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Carole died at the RUH, Bath on 5th April 2021, aged 78 years. She was the dearly loved wife of Stuart, mother of Iain and mother-in-law to Debbie. She was a really special lady, full of kindness for everyone, but taken from us so suddenly and unexpectedly following a severe brain haemorrhage. Carole lived her life to the full, always smiling and ready to assist others and provide a helping hand when needed, in many, many different ways. In addition she gave special comfort and support to friends whose health was failing and would often sit and talk with them for hours, sometimes staying overnight to be close by.
She was an exceptional person, a ray of sunshine to many and always ready to stop for a chat in the street with friends or give a cheery good morning or hello to any stranger who might be looking her way. She was loved by all who knew her, and her passing will leave a large hole in all our lives, but time will fill it with cherished memories.
Taken from us suddenly on 19-9-2021
A wonderful Son, Husband and Father.
Son you will always be in our hearts and minds we miss you rest in peace sleep tight and God bless
Love you Lots XOXOXOXOXO
We would like to thank all those involved in trying to save our son that day and to thank everyone for their generous donations to the Wiltshire Air Ambulance
A truly wonderful Father, Son, Grandfather and Brother. Your positivity and sense of humour through the most difficult of times was an inspiration to us all.
Wilma was a lovely person and she was loved by all who knew her. She was kind and thoughtful and generous in so many quiet ways. She supported several charities and was a loyal supporter of the Wiltshire air ambulance for many years. We would like to thank everyone who gave so generously to the air ambulance in her memory.
A Wonderful Husband, Father, Brother, Son, Uncle and Friend. We miss your sense of humour, your commentary on the stupidity that surrounds us everyday and of course your TV appearances. Must be time for another Cup of Tea.
Pete was a loving Husband, Dad, Grandad, Uncle and Friend, loved by many. He was an extraordinarily dedicated father; the happiness of his children & family was his most important priority in life, little else mattered to him. He forwent any sort of materialism for himself so he could give what he had to his kids & loving wife. He was extremely practical, always building things or doing DYI around the house, nothing was ever impossible. He could always solve a problem and the more challenging the more creative he became. He was a true hero and will be sadly very missed by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him.
To the best hubby and daddy ever, we miss you so much x
We miss that handsome smile so much. Because You Loved Us You’ll Never Walk Alone
23rd January 1978 - 9th April 2004(Good Friday!)
You are always remembered everyday Michelle with fond memories and lots of love and hugs xx xx
Life is not the same without you. You’re always on our minds and forever in our hearts. Miss you every second of every day our beautiful Scottie 💜X
You are missed more then we ever thought was imaginable. But sure you are having the best cocktail party in the sky. To your good health!
Always loved. Always remembered.