David William Wickham (22 Nov 1945 - 23 May 2017)

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Location
Croydon Crematorium West Chapel Thornton Road Croydon CR9 3AT
Date
14th Jun 2017
Time
11.30am
Funeral Director
J.B.Shakespeare Ltd George Street

In loving memory of David William Wickham who sadly passed away on 23rd May 2017.

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Train selfie with David on his way home after one of many operas. xx

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  • I remember this day .... lovely moment! xxxxxx

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Natasha Wood donated £30 in memory of David

I sincerely hope that you have re-united with Rosemary, Ziska and all the family pets and you're walking through lush meadows, with the sun beating down on you, catching up with each other again, after so many years apart.

Rest in eternal peace David

All our love, light and prayers

Natasha, Rod, India & of course Snoop Dog xxxx

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  • Beautiful comment Tash ... thank you . xxXxx

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Joyce Bennett donated £20 in memory of David

Fond memories of a dear cousin.

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David at The Oval

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  • Lovely photo ... thanks Ian. Xxx

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Clive and Lesley Pearson donated in memory of David

Dear David,
If you were interested in a topic you soaked up the facts and were soon an expert. You absorbed the stats and facts like no-one else I have known- so varied were the subjects and how I admired your knowledge - wine, mice, goldfish,dogs, the times of sunrise and sunset and then cricket and opera. I shall no longer hear if the peacocks added their voices to the opera in Holland Park. I shall always remember you with your red rose on St George's Day, and admire the way you coped with illness, taking charge, understanding the symptoms and treatments, always aware of those vital readings.
Always remembered with affection and admiration.

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Ian King donated in memory of David

Remembering my dear friend, David, whose love and knowledge of opera inspired me to become a regular visitor to the Coliseum and Royal Opera House. I recall many happy hours at the Oval in conversation with David. he was always good company.

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Linda Brue donated £15.39 in memory of David

It seems that some of the light in this world has gone out with David's passing. He will be missed by all of us in the dog groups, he added something so special to our discussions and our fun. I will miss his intelligence and wit, his compassion for animals and his passion for opera and the theater. I console myself by knowing that he is once again together with his Rosemary, and Ziska is watching over them.

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Linda Seide wrote

David was the only dog daddy on Dogs4Fun but he never let that deter him. He was a gentleman among gentlemen, a loving human being of both people and canines, and was the first to help in any way he could. He was a tremendous help in keeping our 'Dressbuk' up to date, and wrote the most wonderful opera reviews. He will be sadly missed. RIP David. I know you are watching over all of us and tending to all the animals at the Rainbow Bridge, including your lovely Ziska, who is thrilled to be reunited with her daddy.

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