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Stuart Anthony Day (10 May 1949 - 18 Jan 2019)

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Location
St Francis Church Main Street Bramley S66 2SQ
Date
1st Feb 2019
Time
2.30pm
Funeral Director
J Parkinson & Sons Funeral Directors, Wickersley

Burial Details

Location
Flash Lane CemeteryFlash LaneBramleyS66 1TY
Date
1st Feb 2019
Time
3.15pm

DAY Stuart Anthony
Passed away at home on the 18th January 2019, aged 69 years.
A dearly loved husband of Patricia, a much loved dad of Tina, Lesley, Julie, Helen and son in laws and a dear grandfather of Thomas, Abigail, Lauren. Billy, Katie and Jake.

A thousand times we needed you
A thousand times we cried
If love alone could have saved you
You never would have died

Steven Fletcher wrote

Stuart, I’ve thought long and hard about what to say but keep coming back to the same words THANK YOU.
Thank you for letting me into your family,
Thank you for the laughs and the memories,
Thank you for the advice and help, and most of all thank you for the most precious gift a father could give, your beautiful daughter Helen. I promise with all my heart I will love and care for her just as much as you have.

All my love Steven.

Now chuff off your making me cry.

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Patricia Day donated £500 in memory of Stuart
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Jake Fletcher wrote

Will miss u loads Grandad Dinosaur thanks for everything you have done for us especially all the Pek and chocolate roll x

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Billy Fletcher wrote

Miss you loads Grandad and will miss your silly jokes. Love you always UTM x

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Katie Marie Fletcher wrote

Miss you loads Grandad love from your princess. See you again sausage xx

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Ian & Jess Hill wrote

You were the best Teacher of the Yorkshire language, and the best story teller. You always made us laugh. We will miss you chicken legs.
Jess&fatty

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Lesley Hill donated £50 in memory of Stuart
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Scott Hill wrote

You weren't just a father in law to me,you were my friend - miss you loads pal

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Dad with his long time best friend David Bagin a true gent

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Rotherham United Whitehill Girls before a minutes applause for Stuart a true fan and supporter.

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Rotherham United Whitehill Girls U15 wrote

Stuart
Thank you for supporting Rotherham United Whitehill Girls.
Grandparents are often our super supporters there through choice, not through duty. But Stuart went the extra mile for his beloved team by selling football cards at his local The Cavalier and turning up on a Saturday morning with a pocket full of cash for the girls team. Stuart often said he’d rather watch the girls than the professional men. He would never get my name right or the girls in the Canteen, he would complain about his cuppa in a paper cup ( I’m sure he wasn’t the only one (Pete)) and often complain about the price of a cuppa at away grounds or praise them for using actual mugs. We bought Stuart and Pete a mug Christmas 2017, he was so proud. At this time he was poorly and didn’t get to many games but waiting anxiously at home to hear how the girls got on. On behalf of the team I would just like to say a massive THANK YOU to Stuart for all his support.
Rest in Peace Stuart

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Patricia Day donated £50 in memory of Stuart

T’owd Fatha-in-Law, after all these years I still know absolutely nothing about football or gardening but I can get to Skeggy and Mablethorpe with my eyes closed!! I’ll keep an eye out for you on the A631 with an old wheelie bin!! Loads of love, Paul (favourite son-in-law by a mile!!)

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Karen and Terry Eynon wrote

You never failed to raise a smile or more likely a laugh when we saw you. I'll miss us giggling at the Civic. Rest easy Stuart xx

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Rob King wrote

It's been an honour and a pleasure great man. Love ya father Rob xx

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Helen Fletcher wrote

My hero never fought in a war
He never drove a big fancy car
He did not go very far in school
But he lived his life by the golden rule

He never had much money to spend
But he had the respect of all his friends
He was born and died in the same county
He never felt the need to search the world for bounty
He got up each morning at the break of dawn
Ate breakfast, packed his lunch and then he was gone

It takes a lot of work with a family to feed
A lot of devotion to meet their need
But he did it for years till his family was grown
Then he could retire and get to stay home

A time for rest but it didn't last long
He became sick and then he was gone
I guess I thought he would always be there
When I had a problem I needed to share
But when I am low and feeling sad
I still draw strength from my hero, my Dad.

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Helen Fletcher donated £50 in memory of Stuart

I miss you everyday Dad I can’t believe you are no longer here. I Love you more than words can say your loving daughter Helen x

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Lesley Hill wrote

Miss you lots grandad chicken legs. Lots of love your dancing granddaughter Lauren xx

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Lyndsey donated £10 in memory of Stuart

RIP Stuart. You was an amazing family man who brought up 4 gorgeous daughters along with Pat and made a fantastic Grandad too. Everyone who met you has a good story to tell and a smile whilst telling it. You definitely made your imprint on many hearts and won’t be forgotten. All my love xxx

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Kerry Keenan donated £10 in memory of Stuart

Stuart, you were such a kind, caring and lovely man who lived for his family. I can't begin to imagine how much you're going to be missed (and I'll miss bumping into you in Morrisons). May you rest in peace. God only takes the best. With love xxx

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Wendy Mclean posted a picture

Great memories of me (Wendy) dancing in Bramley club with my brother in law Stuart Day and his Daughter, my Niece Lesley. You will be sadly missed and loved always. Love from Wendy, Paul, Keeley, Lee and Brett xxxx

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Kay Russell wrote

RIP Uncle Stuart, such a lovely, caring man. Loved his family with everything he had. He will be terribly missed. Lots of love xx

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John Cox wrote

My brother in law
My pal
Rest Peacefully

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Patricia Day wrote

My Love, My Life, My World, I will love you always, until we meet again. Your loving Wife Patricia xxx

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