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The obituary notice of Graham CHAMBERS (Medburn)

Newcastle upon Tyne | Published in: Evening Chronicle Newcastle, The Journal (Newcastle).

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GrahamCHAMBERSGraham Chambers, Veterinary Surgeon of Blythman & Partners, passed away on the 8th May 2024, aged 59.

Graham was a devoted husband to Heather, and loving father to Greg, Philippa and Grace. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him.

A funeral service will be held at Northumberland Woodland Burial and Crematorium (NE65 9QJ) on Friday 31st May to celebrate the life of Graham. The service will begin at 11:15am and the family invite you to join them afterwards at the Cook and Barker (NE65 9JY).

Family flowers only please, and we would appreciate donations to The Great North Air Ambulance and Vet Life.
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Sharon Gibson
11/06/2024
Rest in peace, hope you enjoy long walks with your past dogs and find love there as you surely deserve it for all the love and care you gave to animals in your care.
Julie Chisholm
31/05/2024
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Thinking of you and your family at this very sad time. Graham was a lovely vet kind and compassionate to his patients. He is sadly missed at the practice.
Sheila Shepherdson
31/05/2024
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So very sorry to hear this news. Sincere condolences to the family.💐
Pam Croney
Pam Croney
31/05/2024
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Jane Barwick-Nesbit
30/05/2024
You will be very much missed by family, friends, colleagues and patients alike. I will miss the sparring matches we had, putting the world to rights and will never forget how you helped our practice through a somewhat rough patch by offering the support of you and yours. Rest in peace, will catch up later. Love to your family.
Jane Barwick-Nesbit
30/05/2024
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You weren’t only an amazing vet Graham, but also an amazing man with the ability to connect with animals and humans. You couldn’t only see the deep love you felt for the animals you helped , you could feel it when in the room with you. I will forever be grateful for you saving Autumns life.

I don’t think there’ll be sick animals in heaven Graham, but I’m sure there’ll be plenty of fields for you to walk the dogs . You will forever be missed and never forgotten.
Love and giant hugs to Heather, your children and the rest of your family.
Walk in peace Graham.
Gail Yoxall.

Gail Yoxall
30/05/2024
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Linda Ware
30/05/2024
Rest in peace Graham
Jane Lindsey
26/05/2024
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Jane Lindsey
26/05/2024