Percy Reginald Cole (11 Nov 1928 - 24 May 2018)

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Location
Poole Crematorium Gravel Hill Broadstone BH17 9BQ
Date
7th Jun 2018
Time
12pm
Funeral Director
Nicholas O’Hara Funeral Directors Ltd, Wimborne

In loving memory of Percy Reginald Cole who sadly passed away on 24th May 2018

Offline donation: K Butler donated in memory of Percy
Offline donation: Pat Watkins donated in memory of Percy
Offline donation: M.J Tiller donated in memory of Percy
Offline donation: Mrs H Jackson donated in memory of Percy
Offline donation: Mrs M.A Saunders donated in memory of Percy
Offline donation: Pam & Ron Reeks donated in memory of Percy
Offline donation: Michael Fripp donated in memory of Percy
Offline donation: Mrs J Middleton donated in memory of Percy
Offline donation: Brian Langer, Jennifer Nunn (nee Langer) and our families donated in memory of Percy
John and Carolyn Cole donated £21 in memory of Percy

In loving memory of Percy cole
Love from John and Carolyn x

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Janet Tiller donated £42 in memory of Percy

Dad you were always there for us, we will miss you but you are forever in our hearts. A strong, kind, true and generous man. All our love Janet and Nigel James and Charli and Tom and Lucy xxxxxx

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Kerry Grineau wrote

Sending all my love to Jan, Nigel, James and Tom at this sad time. Treasure the memories and keep them close to your heart. xxxx

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Kerry Grineau donated £10.50 in memory of Percy
Noreen Oliver wrote

Dear Janet

I doubt if you will remember me but my husband, Malcolm, taught at Portchester School and we were friends of the Beddis family for about 50 years.

I was very sorry to see the announcement about your father in the Echo and I thought I would like to send you a message. We met you and your parents many times at Beddis family events and I always enjoyed talking to your father, especially about gardening, at which he excelled. I remember seeing wonderful produce he brought over for Dorothy. Please accept my condolences.

You I remember as a lovely bridesmaid at Gerald's first wedding- you had flowers scattered in you hair, I think. As Dorothy and her sisters were such a close family we heard all the news about all of you. Mal was an only child and I had just one sister so we felt very fortunate that Dorothy and Fred included us in so much of their family life. I still miss that.

Your boys are all grown up now with their own homes, I expect. My daughter, Katharine. lives in Eton, near Windsor still. My grand daughter, Bea, is doing A' Levels next year and hopes to go on to an Art college. My garden in Burton got too much for me so I moved to a flat in New Milton six years ago. I can't do without a garden altogether so I have some pots on a small terrace.

I still get a card from Gerald and Jane at Christmas - I expect their boys are married by now.

With very best wishes and thinking of you all.

Noreen Oliver

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