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The obituary notice of John Thomas ADDISON

North Shields | Published in: Evening Chronicle Newcastle.

E Turnbull & Son Ltd
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John ThomasADDISON(North Shields) Passed away peacefully in hospital with family at his side on 9th November aged 75 years. John, a loving husband to the late Pauline, dad to Rachel and father-in-law to Kevin. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Please meet to commemorate his life at Tynemouth Crematorium on Wednesday 22nd November at 10.30am.

Family flowers only please with donations in lieu, if desired, in support of the work of Cancer Research UK.
E Turnbull & Son
Albion Road
North Shields
NE29 0HE
0191 257 1201
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For all the donations given
Will be sadly missed by family and friends
Donation left by Philip Kennedy
John was my best man in1969
Always remembered for his wonderful smile and great humour.
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Rest in peace John
Donation left by Alan and Suzanne Spedding
Many memories of John will bring a smile to our faces.

We’ll miss him greatly.

With much love,
Elizabeth & Tony
Donation left by Tony & Elizabeth Gorman
John was our next door neighbour for almost 40 years, for much of that time with his late wife Pauline and daughter Rachel.
Through thick and thin he was an avid supporter of the Toon. Recently it was a great pity that he was unable to go to matches as often as he would have wished when the good times returned.
Talking to him, he was optimistic, cheerful and always looking forward.
He will be sadly missed.
Alan and Suzanne Spedding
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Alan and Suzanne Spedding