In Memoriam

Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England), January 27, 2012 | Go to article overview

In Memoriam


Remember the one you love by placing a memoriam notice in the Evening Gazette to commemorate special anniversaries. Please note, we need your notice one day prior to publication date. For further details telephone 01642 252525 or visit our office on Borough Rd, M'bro or book on-line www.gazettelive.co.uk/familynotices GARTLAND Colin Happy 80th Birthday Col. Wish I could give you a hug and see you smile. Your loving and broken hearted wife Carmel.

Happy 80th Birthday to a wonderful Dad and Grandad. Miss you lots. Love, Rita, Martin and Jenny. xx JOHNSON Joyce Sadly missed Aunty Joyce, especially on your Birthday. From Ena, Barry, Caroline and Michael.

JUDD Andy Birthday memories of a kid brother, always in our hearts.

From Ray, Tracey and Sophie. x MOODY Les A year ago today, you left us Dad, My heart broke in two, I'll never get to hear you say those words again, Goodnight Sweetheart I love you.

I have lots of memories I will always treasure. Miss you always. Love you forever, Lyndsey. xxx MOODY Les (Dad) A year ago today we lost our best friend, you were there for us all Dad, until the very end. Love and miss you always. Lesley, Sean, Sarah, Sean and Lewis, Leanne, Kelsey and Tyler. xx It's our first year without you, It's been emotional and hard. I have lots of memories, I'll keep forever in my heart. Sandra. xx O'BRIEN Amanda If tears could wash away our pain, We would not feel such hurt again, The heartbreak felt since you've been gone We wouldn't wish on anyone. …

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