Norman Rhodes (26 Aug 1930 - 26 Jun 2018)

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Funeral Service

Location
St Peter's Parish Church Church Street Gildersome, Leeds LS27 7AF
Date
24th Jul 2018
Time
4.15pm
Funeral Director
Bensons Funeral Directors, Morley

Burial Details

Location
Gildersome CemeteryChurch StreetGildersomeLS27 7AF
Date
24th Jul 2018
Time
4.45pm

Funeral Reception

Location
Woodlands Hotel79 Geldard RoadGildersome, LeedsLS27 7LY
Date
24th Jul 2018
Time
5.20pm

In loving memory of
NORMAN
RHODES

On June 26th suddenly in hospital aged 88 years, surrounded by his loving niece and nephew's
of Gildersome. Dearly loved brother of Stanley, Donald (Australia) and the late Joan.
Very loving Uncle of Alison, Graham and Paul also a Great Uncle. Norman will be sadly missed by all his family and many friends.

The Funeral Service will take place at St Peter’s Parish Church, Gildersome on Tuesday 24th July 2018 at 4.15pm, prior to interment in Gildersome Cemetery. Flowers welcome but if preferred donations can be made in memory of Norman to Dogs trust Leeds, for which charity a collection box will be available at the Service. Afterwards you are all invited back to the Woodlands Hotel 79 Geldard Road, Gildersome Leeds LS27 7LY for refreshments. Will
friends please accept this intimation. All enquiries to Bensons Funeral Service 32 Queen Street, Morley, Leeds LS27 9BR Tel: 0113 2381977

Donald and christine Rhodes wrote

Christine and i were very upset over the untimely passing of Norman.

We remember the good family times we all had in Leeds. His love of roses ,he was so proud of his roses .I used to tell him how mine were always better than his.gardening was always a competition between our Leeds family. On the day of the funeral our thoughts will be in Leeds ,even though half the world separates us. It was great to have you as my big brother Norman and dear Joan as a sister,God bless.donald and christine xxxx




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Janette Howard wrote

Even though i havent seen you for ages i do remember good times i had as a child. I remember your beautiful rose garden. The last time we spoke was a couple of years ago when you called dad for his birthday. I will miss you but will treasure my memories.

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