Deaths

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Deaths


BLACK DOROTHY MAY (Nee Jenkinson) Passed away peacefully on August 7 of Acklam. Beloved wife of Neville. Loving mother of Ian and Stuart. Also a devoted grandmother and sister to Sylvia. Funeral service to take place on Thursday August 24 at 2:00pm in St. Bede's Chapel, Teesside Crematorium. Will family and friends please meet at the crematorium. Floral tributes and enquiries to the Co-op Funeralcare Middlesbrough Tel: 01642 828301 BROWN ERIC Passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on August 10th aged 81 years. Loving husband to Janice. Much loved dad to Alison and Lesley and Treasured Grandad and Great Grandad. A very special man, who will be sadly missed. Would family and friends please meet for service and cremation at the Chapel of St Bede, Teesside Crematorium on Thursday August 24th at 1:00pm. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu are for The Stroke Association.

COLLINS ARTHUR Dear friend and neighbour, will be sadly missed. Goodnight, God bless. Margaret, Terry and Family x DUNNING GEORGE ROBERT (of Thornaby). Suddenly whilst at home on August 13th, George aged 83 years. Dearly loved son of the late Bob and Nellie, loving brother of Anne and the late Jean. Funeral service and cremation to take place on Monday 21st August at 2.15 in St Hildas Chapel, Teesside Crematorium. Friends please meet at St Hildas Chapel and afterwards at The Griffin. Family flowers only please. Donations if so desired to Marie Curie Nurses. A collection plate will be available outside the chapel. Resting at Colin McGinley Funeral Service, 235a Acklam Road, Middlesbrough, tel. 01642 826222.

GOLDSMITH BARBARA Peacefully passed at home Sunday 13th August aged 74 years. Much loved wife of Peter, beloved Mam and cherished Nanna, Funeral Service to be held Tuesday 22nd August in St Bede's Chapel, Teesside Crematorium at 10:30am. Family flowers only, donations if so desired to The Haematology Unit North Tees Hospital. All enquiries to Rose Funerals Stockton 01642 677114 GOLDSMITH BARBARA We little knew that morning, God was to call your name, in life we loved you dearly, in death we do the same. It broke our hearts to lose you, you did not go alone, for part of us went with you, the day God called you home. Our family chain is broken and nothing seems the same, but as God calls us one by one, the chain will link again.

Love from all your Brothers and Sisters and their families xxxxx.

HART WILFRED EDWIN On August 12th, Wilf. Dear husband of Eileen, father of Lorraine and the late Graham. Funeral service at Kirkleatham Crematorium on Monday August 21st at 2.00pm, prior to cremation. Will relatives and friends please meet at the crematorium. No flowers by request.

HUGHES LINDA Though absent you are always near, still loved, still missed, still very dear. Sleep peacefully Linda Always in our thoughts from Allan and Kay, Adele, Dave, Lewis, Maisie Anthony, Chloe, Bella, Arianna, Sarah and Thomas XXXX HUGHES LINDA Will love and remember you always. Gone far too soon. - Pauline, Norman and Family xxxx JOHNSON MARGARET (PEGGY) (Nee Liddle) Peacefully in hospital on Sunday August 13th, Peggy. …

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