Lawrence Frederick Skinner (23 Jan 1949 - 4 Oct 2017)

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LawrenceHeart Of Kent Hospice

£279.39 + Gift Aid of £48.75
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Location
Eltham Crematorium Crown Woods Way Eltham SE9 2NL
Date
23rd Oct 2017
Time
12.30pm
Funeral Director
Viner & Sons

Funeral Reception

Location
The Falconwood Club1 Falconwood AvenueWellingDA16 2SH
Date
23rd Oct 2017
Time
1.30pm

In loving memory of Lawrence Frederick Skinner who sadly passed away on 4th October 2017

A much loved and remembered Husband, Dad, Brother and Grandad to Frances, Katherine, Jonathan and Hazel.
Sadly missed by all of his family and friends.

Family flowers only please but donations if desired may be made payable to the Heart of Kent Hospice and sent c/o Viner & Sons Ltd, 54 High Street, West Malling, Kent. ME19 6LU. Tel. 01732 842485.

Nathan Martin donated £20 in memory of Lawrence

'Dad', the most gentle man, with the warmest heart. Your smile will be a treasured memory along with our 'man chats' (away from the girls!). You were an exceptional soul. Rest easy now, Dad. Love always, Nath ('Son') xxxx

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David Crittenden donated in memory of Lawrence

Great cause in honour of a great man. You'll be very much missed Lawrence X

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Anne Barton lit a candle
Margaret/Brian Bisset wrote

Lawrence was our neighbour for only a few years but we had some good chats and we missed him and Frances when they moved in July. A very brave man who was sadlyvtaken too soon. Our deepest sympathies to Frances and her family. xx

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Margaret/Brian Bisset donated £40 in memory of Lawrence
Lisa Debono donated £25 in memory of Lawrence

Such a sad time.
Great memories of growing up and spending time in West Malling with the Skinners!!! Lawrence was always so pleased to see you whether 5 years or 5 minutes ago.
You will be missed, lots of love, x

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Susan and Mo Crittenden donated £30 in memory of Lawrence

"There are persons so radiant, so genial, so kind, so pleasure-bearing, that you instinctively feel, in their presence that they do you good, that their coming into a room is like bringing a lamp there." (Henry Ward Beecher 1813-1887)
These words, written in a book given to me by my dear friend, Frances, could have been written about Lawrence. He was such a good man, a family man, a brave man, and for us, a good friend. We will always remember his smile and it will be his smile that will light our memories of a much loved, much missed, gentle man.

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Frances Skinner posted a picture

Amazing couple, so in love forever. 💖💟

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Katherine Johnson posted a picture

Dad back in his fire service days. 🚒🔥

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Hazel wrote

You were loved by everybody and you loved everybody you knew. You have gone to soon. Love you Lawrence. From your sister Hazel X

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Logan Johnson wrote

I love you Grandy xxx

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  • 💖💟 xxxxx 💗💓

    Posted by Frances on 11/10/2017 Report abuse
  • He loved every minute he spent with you and thought about you all the time.XX Susan and Mo

    Posted by Susan on 12/10/2017 Report abuse
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Dave Redman donated £20 in memory of Lawrence

I really got to know my dear friend when he came across to work on our team. We hit it off straight away and had so much in common. A great sense of humour and an emense love for our family. The time we had together were mainly at work but they were special and kept us laughing throughout.

Laurence we made a good team and shared similar lives

He was a true friend, always there to listen and highly respected by work colleagues. The memories we shared will last forever and the jobs we worked on will be remembered and kept alive by colleagues who had the privilege to work with him. Until we meet again, your true friend Dave.

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