Richard Barry Dyer (1 Nov 1968 - 1 Nov 2018)

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Great Yarmouth Crematorium Oriel Avenue Gorleston on Sea NR31 7JJ
19th Nov 2018
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The Co-operative Funeralcare Pakefield Street

In loving memory of Richard Barry Dyer who sadly passed away on 1st November 2018.

Richard was A fun, loving top man. He would be able to bring a smile to anyone’s face By being the charismatic character he was.

Please feel free to write comments, share memories/stories and pictures on here, so we can all enjoy the life he led.

After Richards cremation the family would love for you all to join us at Broadland sands holiday park in Corton for the celebration of Richards life.

Please let us know ASAP if you would like to attend.

Kind reguards

Kristina and Lauren

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Jacquie Lainsbury wrote

I can't accept you're not here. You ARE here - all around us, all the time. Your smile would light up anywhere and your cheeky-chappy ways made everyone laugh? I have so many happy memories of you - our crazy weekly trips to Tesco where we'd play hide n seek in the aisles, then forget we had gone in your little red 2 seater car and buy far too much. Then you'd delight in packing shopping in all around me so I couldn't move. The way you'd hide in the dark in my bathroom when I took willow out for her late night walk only to jump out at me when I got back. Your Monday morning msg when you were on a day off saying "bacon's on for a sarnie before you head off to work", the day I dropped you off at the station looking fabulous, ready for your award ceremony which of course you won.... I was so proud of you, and how we put on Facebook that you were going to the apprentice auditions and people wished you luck... so funny! The evenings we'd spend in the clubhouse, the names of our 2 person quiz team often won the bubbly, but they daren't read them out as they were too naughty, but side splittingly funny. The night of the helium balloons! You were so cheeky sweetie! The hilarious videos and pics which I'll treasure forever. I'm so sorry I couldn't take Moo moo and My my. We know they were fine when we were there but we didn't dare leave them alone together as moo moo and willow would occasionally have a spat over a ball. I’ve heard they are happy together in their new forever home and are well loved and happy. Hopefully we'll be able to see them. You were passionate about your job and those you worked with. I enjoyed our chats about what you had planned and how you spent 3 months in Harlow bringing the store round. You meant so much to so many people. We will never understand why you were taken from us on your 50th birthday. Your passing will leave a massive void in all our lives. I may have only known you for the last 2 years but I am honoured to have had you as my best friend, and love you like a brother. Reunited now with your mum. I miss you so very much. My thoughts are with Kristina and Lauren too. Sleep well my lovely Richard and, as you always said when we said goodnight in the evenings.... "night night sleep tight, luv ya, mwah mwah" xxxxx

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Jenna Hudson donated £21.30 in memory of Richard

We love you Rich xx jenna and Harley Jay xx

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Kim M wrote

May you find comfort in knowing that your dear loved one is safe in the memory of God, who will remember every detail and bring Richard back in the earthly resurrection.

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Darren Barson wrote

We met in the late 80's when you lived in Whitwick and I was a lorry driver delivering to British Gas where you worked in Leicester. We hit it off straight away and I was thrilled when you said you would be my boyfriend - we even had our own cheesy song, "Never gonna give you up", by Rick Astley, how many times did we sing it to each other? You were the funniest, kindest and most gorgeous man I had ever met. You kept reminding me about how funny you thought it was that your sister, Kristina thought we were just good friends - it still makes me smile even now as I write this. Whenever you walked into a room, you always lit the place up with your smile and wonderful laugh. I still can't believe I will never see you again, but always remember that I will never forget you. Love always, Darren xx

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R I P Richard

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Lucy Mann donated £10.65 in memory of Richard

I’ve known Richard as long as he worked for WhS he came to our store for his training everyone took to RIchard he made us all laugh , I’m very sad he is gone will be missed by so many. RIP xx

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Kathryn Moore wrote

Sleep well ...will always treasure the happy memories of all the fun nights we shared at the Carribbean club xx

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Rose &Mark Patrick wrote

Rest well our friend. Miss seeing you and the dogs xxxx

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Sandi Lowe wrote

sleep well dear Richard .. with love

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This was you when we met in the late 80’s. I will never forget you xx

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Back in the day. Left to right, me, Tim, Steve, Richard and John. I.think jenny must have took the photo as it was before the time of mobile phones and timers!

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Alan Drake wrote

We only met briefly in Gran Canaria but had pains in our stomach from laughing together around the pool, met again when we were over in Gran Canaria another time and again laughed, he was a fun guy and I hope somehow he reads this “it’s not a skid mark” only Richard would understand, and laugh, rest easy mate xx

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Valerie Gibbs wrote

True gentlemen and sadly missed. So many laughs and good times God took you far too early your the brightest star now and always in our thoughts. Xx

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