David Charles (Charlie) Bateman (28 Aug 1956 - 2 Jul 2018)

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DavidAlzheimers Society

£21.00 + Gift Aid of £5.00
In partnership with

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Location
Cheltenham Crematorium (South) Chapel Bouncers Lane Cheltenham GL52 5JT
Date
26th Jul 2018
Time
1.45pm
Funeral Director
Ian George (Funerals) Ltd

In loving memory of David Charles (Charlie) Bateman who sadly passed away on 2nd July 2018

Anita Ricards donated £21 in memory of David

Remembering happy days with Bognor Regis Rotaract Club

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Remembering happy days with Bognor Regis Rotaract Club

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Remembering happy days with Bognor Regis Rotaract Club.

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Charles at his desk working hard !

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lunch down the pub

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Snell & Wilcox Summer party 2005

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Crabbing at Emsworth mill pond.

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The Snell & Wilcox team

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Snell & Wilcox Summer party 2005

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Roasting chestnuts on an open fire

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Christopher & Sue Jones wrote

Charles was a true friend, and we have many happy memories of times spent with him. He was totally reliable and had a wicked sense of humour -we miss him !

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Time for tea at the Singing Kettle

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From our days at Liss Mill when Charles was an eccentric but excellent role model for a young apprentice in his first job. Often fixated with polishing an already elegant solution he always made time to mentor and explain his ideas with charming humour

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