Raymond James Norwood (26 Jun 1921 - 9 Apr 2018)

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Location
Bournemouth Crematorium Strouden Avenue Bournemouth BH8 9HX
Date
24th Apr 2018
Time
11am
Funeral Director
Nicholas O'Hara Funeral Directors Ltd, Verwood

In loving memory of Raymond James Norwood who sadly passed away on 9th April 2018

Offline donation: In loving memory of my Husand Raymond - Ruth Norwood donated in memory of Raymond
Offline donation: Mrs Joan Dolan donated in memory of Raymond
Offline donation: Pat, Sheran, Julie and Jane donated in memory of Raymond
Douglas Jones donated £31.50 in memory of Raymond

Ray was a lovely man and it was a pleasure to have known him. Ray will be fondly remembered by all who knew him.

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Offline donation: Mrs Elizabeth Ingram donated in memory of Raymond
Offline donation: Alan & Val Jones donated in memory of Raymond
Offline donation: Mr Brian & Mrs Joan Hall donated in memory of Raymond
Offline donation: Dennis & Pat Madgett donated in memory of Raymond
Offline donation: Mo, Jenny & Bruce donated in memory of Raymond
Offline donation: Barbara Bayes donated in memory of Raymond
Bill Patterson donated £25 in memory of Raymond

With Love, Charlotte, Bill, Felicity and Robert

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Helen Barnett donated £50 in memory of Raymond

To a truly lovely, lovely man -so many happy times and memories ❤️😘 lots of love Helen, Tony, Hazel and girls xxxx

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Alison Gallagher wrote

Our grandpa.

Gosh. Where do I start. An amazingly beautiful, funny, intelligent, eloquent man. Grandpa was always there for us. I remember mornings at Llangenith with GGN. BBC world news playing, the kettle whistling, the smell of bacon and grandpa emptying the toilet...we always appreciated that.

Golf on the beach, running through the dunes, how an earth did you have such energy for us. Playing cards forever. Still love that.

The best walks I ever had were with grandpa to the little shop at Hillend. We would talk and laugh all the way there and all the way back. He’d always buy us a treat (sweets). He loved us so much. And we loved him. Beautiful singing, jokes and dancing. Coffee at 11. Tap dancing in the kitchen. He was so alive. A man that will be loved forever x

I love that we had you in our life for so long. And I applaud you x

Our grandpa and friend

Life is what happened around you.
You made us all feel special and loved
You taught us the value of humour
And we loved looking up at the sky above
We built things in your garden
We tap danced to your voice
We languished in your easy care
And felt how much you loved

So you made it to 96, such dignity and poise
I know the constant care you needed must have annoyed
Your mind was always working, thinking of what you could do
We were always all in awe of how you muddled through

So Grandpa be at peace now, you have given much love and care. An amazing life you have driven. And I thank god we all got to share.

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Alison Gallagher wrote

Our grandpa.

Gosh. Where do I start. An amazingly beautiful, funny, intelligent, eloquent man. Grandpa was always there for us. I remember mornings at Llangenith with GGN. BBC world news playing, the kettle whistling, the smell of bacon and grandpa emptying the toilet...we always appreciated that.

Golf on the beach, running through the dunes, how an earth did you have such energy for us. Playing cards forever. Still love that.

The best walks I ever had were with grandpa to the little shop at Hillend. We would talk and laugh all the way there and all the way back. He’d always buy us a treat (sweets). He loved us so much. And we loved him. Beautiful singing, jokes and dancing. Coffee at 11. Tap dancing in the kitchen. He was so alive. A man that will be loved forever x

I love that we had you in our life for so long. And I applaud you x

Our grandpa and friend

Life is what happened around you.
You made us all feel special and loved
You taught us the value of humour
And we loved looking up at the sky above
We built things in your garden
We tap danced to your voice
We languished in your easy care
And felt how much you loved

So you made it to 96, such dignity and poise
I know the constant care you needed must have annoyed
Your mind was always working, thinking of what you could do
We were always all in awe of how you muddled through

So Grandpa be at peace now, you have given much love and care. An amazing life you have driven. And I thank god we all got to share.

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Alison Gallagher donated in memory of Raymond

Love you Grandpa xx

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Paul Gallagher donated in memory of Raymond

Farewell Ray, it was a real pleasure to have known you.

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Alison Gallagher lit a candle
Alun Rosser posted a picture

My favourite photo of Ray & Ruth

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Kim Garner donated £10 in memory of Raymond
Wendy Venn donated £50 in memory of Raymond

Rest in peace lovely man

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Lindsey Leary donated £20 in memory of Raymond

Miss you Grandpa x

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Helen Fairclough is attending the funeral and the reception
Mike Marks is attending the funeral and the reception
Helen Barnett is attending the funeral and the reception
Hazel Jones is attending the funeral and the reception
Wendy Venn is attending the funeral and the reception
Lindsey Leary is attending the funeral and the reception
Lindsey Leary lit a candle
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