Brian Middleton (15 Dec 1933 - 9 Jul 2018)

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Funeral Service

Location
Our Lady Of Mount Carmel Church Wesley Place Silsden BD20 0PH
Date
27th Jul 2018
Time
12pm
Funeral Director
Jacksons Funeral Services - Silsden

Cremation Details

Location
Skipton CrematoriumCarleton RoadSkiptonBD23 3BT
Date
27th Jul 2018
Time
1.20pm

On 9th July at Airedale Hospital. Brian aged 84 years of Steeton, formerly of Keighley and former park keeper at Sutton in Craven for over 30 years. Beloved husband of the late Winifred, much loved dad of Dane and Gina, loving grandad to Danny and Ross, brother to the late Kevin and to Derrick, Stanley and Tony and brother in law of Nora.

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With loving memory of my dearest father, who was an inspiration, not only to us his children, but to many.

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Brian will be missed by many, a lovely man.x

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Gina Bazylewicz wrote

I am overwhelmed and the kind words and support from so many people. So many tributes acknowledging dad as such as sincere man. So thanks to you all xxxx

Many happy memories, of our childhood in Sutton Park, which I will always treasure, and the shouts of 'Get off that Bike', amongst others.

The years he spent looking after my children, setting the foundation for them to develop into the fine young men they have become, he was so proud of them.

All our DIY projects, Middleton and Daughter, we laughed in recent months over these, and when the children were young setting me and John a curfew of 10.00 pm, which I would say, No dad I am over 30 I will come in when I like....

Looking back at memories, is far more comforting, than looking forward to a future without him, no matter the age..


Rest in peace, my dearest father

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Harry Peacock wrote

RIP Brian. Thank you for being part of my childhood.

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Harry Peacock wrote

RIP Parkie

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