Alan England (Passed away 10 Oct 2018)

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Funeral Service

Location
North Devon Crematorium Old Torrington Road Barnstaple EX31 3NW
Date
29th Oct 2018
Time
3pm
Funeral Director
Braddicks & Sherborne, Bideford

ALAN ENGLAND
Passed away unexpectedly at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital on Wednesday 10th October 2018, aged 74. Precious husband to Marie, loving dad to the late Mark, Robert & Neil, special grandad to Jack, Ciara & Owen and a much loved son-in-law, father-in-law, brother and uncle. Funeral service will be held at the North Devon Crematorium Rowan Chapel on Monday 29th October at 3.00pm. Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, for Great Ormond Street Hospital or Devon Air Ambulance Trust by retiring collection or c/o Braddicks & Sherborne Funeral Directors, No 1 Abbotsham Road, Bideford, EX39 3AF (01237) 477222.

Allison Roach donated £21.30 in memory of Alan
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Bernice & Bill Nicholls wrote

Our darling Uncle Alan, such a 'special' man, who was so dearly loved by us all ... Sleep peacefully dear Alan, you will be forever loved, sadly missed & remain forever in our hearts,
Bill, Bernice & family ...also Margie, Susie, June & John & families ... xxxx 💔💔 xxxx

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💖Our Uncle Alan 💖

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Pam Gold wrote

So very sorry to hear this. I never met you Uncle Alan. My Mum Nancy was your half sister. My sincere condolences to your loved ones.

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Marilyn Little wrote

To our dearest uncle Alan , your now another shining star up with the rest of them . Mum has got another king of her pack of cards with her . Give the rest of your pack a kiss and hug from us all ,you all gave so much fun and laughter together.God bless you all , Marilyn and family.💙❤️😘xxx

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Pearl McFarland wrote

My beloved brother Alan, gone, but, never forgotten. Your heartbroken sister Esme. Nieces Sandra and Pearl. Nephew Colin. Great Niece Faye, Great nephew Paul. Great Great Nieces Paige and Rio. Great, Great nephew Luca.

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Pearl McFarland donated £31.50 in memory of Alan

My darling Uncle Alan, words could never express your loss. Remembering a wonderful childhood, full of love and laughter. Re-united with your beloved family. Sleep well 007.

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Tracey Tuach wrote

Uncle Alan gone but never forgotten, to 1 of the best such fond memories of you growing up.... thinking of you all up there together rest in peace. Xxxxxx for all xxxxx.

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sally harris wrote

Dear uncle Alan, gone to soon... give all our family up there a big hug.xx

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BROTHERS❤️

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Anonymous Donor donated in memory of Alan

Dearest Alan,

Our amazing neighbour, good friend but most importantly our family.
We will miss you so very much.
All our love,

Emma, Justin, Megan & Olivia
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Dione Johns wrote

Dearest uncle Alan
Family is everything so you will always be in my heart..... memories of you for me are of you laughing and joking I love that... ❤️
A GREAT MAN NEVER TRULY DIES x

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Lee Pengilly wrote

Alan was such a beautiful man, kind and gentle. He made the world a better place just by being in it. My children and I will miss him enormously.

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