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STINSON James Albert Passed away 8th March 2020. Aged 87 years. Loving husband to Mary. Will be sadly missed by all family and friends. Funeral service to be held, 3pm Thursday 26th March, Cannon Hill Chapel, Canley Crematorium. No Floral tributes by request, donations if so desired for Brandon House Care Home, can be placed in the basket in chapel or sent c/o Maton & Sons Funeral Directors, 35 Raglan Street, Coventry, CV1 5QF, 02476 225191
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Published in: Coventry Telegraph.
Published from: March 18, 2020.
Home town: Coventry
To my lovely Grandad Jim, I have such fond memories of coming to visit you and Nana in Coventry, when I was younger. From taking Lady out for walks on the fields behind the back of your house to the amazing meals you cooked for us all. Not to forget the world famous chocolate cake you used to make! You were always so full of joy and laughter when you came to see us, laying on our front room floor, cuddling the dog with a red wine in hand. You lived life to the full, travelling here there and everywhere in the caravan and showed us how to make the most of everything. Thank you for all of the amazing memories. Love you. xxxxx
Left by Samantha Stinson: 26/03/2020
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Left by Samantha Stinson :
26/03/2020
Dearest Grandad, Grampie Jim, I have the most wonderful memories of you and the fun we had! You always offered warmth and place to get some home comforts, especially during my Uni days. You helped me out with a gazillion house moves (never forget my first move to Oak House halls in Manchester when we were carting my belongings around in a shopping trolley!). I’m sure most of my Uni books are still in your loft (and probably a lava lamp or two!). Grandad you are world famous for your chocolate cake and began to compile Grandads cooking cookbook - I only hope one day we may finish and publish this on your behalf. I love how you had such a passion for wine, food & travel and made the most of your days in Spain - I only wish they could have lasted longer! I have fond memories of you running like the clappers after Lady in the park behind your house! And discovered a new hobby in dog agility, which you were very talented at! I loved our times playing cards, walking the dog, sitting and enjoying your lovely garden. I wish that you got to meet my children, as I’m sure they would have loved you very much and enjoyed your Oscar the Spider stories and funny nursery rhymes about ‘the dog doing a piddle in the middle of the kitchen floor’. Grampie I hope you are throwing a ball for Lady or Rusty and I’m grateful that you are in peace and at rest. I love you very much and will miss you greatly, Rest In Peace, God bless, Bianca xxx
Left by Bianca Stinson: 26/03/2020
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Left by Bianca Stinson :
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