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Deaths[.]


BENNISON ROSE (nee Fenwick) Peacefully at The Gables Nursing Home on 21st January 2017, aged 77 years. Dearly beloved wife of Sid, cherished mam of Tracey and Philip. Dear mother-in-law of Stephen and Alison, loving nana of Kaydee, Victoria and Jessica. Special greatnana of Matilda and Amelia. Service and Cremation takes place in the Chapel of St. Bedes, Teeside Crematorium on Monday 6th February. Would friends please meet at the Crematorium Chapel. Resting at and floral tributes to Hilda House, Coulby, Newham.

You left me beautiful memories, your love is still my guide, although I cannot see you, you're always by my side. Now at peace my beautiful Rose. Goodnight, God bless your devoted Husband Sid.

BENNISON ROSE Peacefully passed away on January 21st, loving mother of Tracey and mother-in-law of Stephen.

For 53 years we were side by side, through good and bad we laughed and we cried. So many changes we witnessed together, my love for you will last forever. Over the years we took different courses, but shared a true love of ponies and horses. You taught me, and many more one white leg, certainly not four. The past few years your health wasn't best, so God decided it's time for a rest. If in Heaven there's schooling to do, I know without doubt they'll call for you.You helped me to be the woman I am, I couldn't have wished for a better mam. My heart will be filled with sorrow and pain, until the day we meet again. Broken hearts, overwhelming grieving. Goodnight, God bless - Tracey and Stephen.

BENNISON ROSE God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be, so He put His arms around you and whispered come to me. Your golden heart stopped beating, hardworking hands at rest. God broke our hearts to prove, He only takes the best. Gallop through the clouds nana, Love you always - Kaydee, Simon and Matilda.

CLARKSON KENNY Suddenly on January 23 Kenny aged 70 years of Dormanstown. Treasured and beloved dad of Bev and Terri. Much loved father in law of Stephen and Stephen. Proud and loving grandad of Ryan, Luke, Holly and Chloe. Also great grandad of Harry and Emme. Funeral service to take place on Thursday February 2 at 3:15pm in All Saints Church, Dormanstown prior to committal at Kirkleatham Crematorium. Will all friends please meet at the church. Floral tributes welcome and any enquiries to the Co-op Funeralcare, Redcar Tel: 01642 482275 DODDS TOM Peacefully on January 25th, aged 95 years. Husband of Freda and father to Ian and Susan. Service and cremation to take place in the Chapel of St. Bede, Teesside Crematorium on Monday February 6th at 1.00pm. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if so desired to the Alzheimer's Society.

DONNELLY FRANCES (nee Morley) Peacefully on 19th January aged 81 years. Beloved wife of the late Eric, much loved mother of Maureen, Rita, Derek and Keith, loving mother-inlaw, nana and great-nana. Service and cremation to take place on Monday 6th February at 11.00am in the Chapel of St Bede's, Teesside Crematorium. Enquiries to Hilda House Funeral Service. Tel 01642 596600.

DONNELLY FRANCES Our hearts ache with sadness, our tears will always flow. I lost my Mam, our best friend, to Heaven she had to go. - Love you always Rita and Frank xx You left me beautiful memories, your love is still my guide and though I cannot see you, you're always by my side, Nana. I say are you there. Love you forever - Nicola, Nicky, Rob, Mark and Mia xx R.I.P. Nana. Always in our hearts - Love Chris, Louise, Lucas and Ava xx DONNELLY FRANCES Put your arms around Frances, Lord, Kiss her smiling face, For she was a special mam, who can never be replaced.

Up there dancing with Dad (Eric) Love always, Daughter Maureen and Stan, Michael and Jennifer. Love you Nana from Chloe FULLER BARBARA (Nee Beadnall) Beloved Mam of Elizabeth, treasured Mother-in-law to Fraser and just the most beautiful Nana to Jasmine & Abigail xxxx. Dear Mam, words can not explain what you mean to us, we miss you more than you will ever know, but we are so thankful that we had you for as long as we did. …

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