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The obituary notice of Colin BIRKETT

Scunthorpe, Published in: Scunthorpe Telegraph. Notable areas: Gainsborough

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ColinBIRKETT'Col' Peacefully at home on Thursday 17th September 2020, aged 92 years. Loving husband of the late Jean. Dear father of the late Gary (Gaz). A special uncle to Karen, Willie & Family, Ian, Graham, David & the late Sheridan. Dear cousin to Gary & Sharon. Treasured friend to Rachel, Doris & Dave and a cherished friend to many. Due to the current restrictions, a private funeral service will take place at Woodlands Crematorium, Scunthorpe. A webcast of the service will be available, for login details please contact Cliff Bradley & Sons Funeral Directors. Family flowers only. Donations if so desired to Lindsey Lodge Hospice may be sent to Cliff Bradley & Sons Funeral Directors 41 Heaton Street, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, DN21 2EA. 01427 810619
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Andy Walls:Col was a real gentleman.He will be sadly missed.i will ...10/10/2020
Thorpe Family:Colin was an amazing guy, he was such a lovely neighbour an...28/09/2020
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Joanne Robson:What a lovely kind man..Who had his share of tragedy but re...26/09/2020
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Col was a real gentleman.He will be sadly missed.i will miss our chats and memories.
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Andy Walls:
10/10/2020
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Colin was an amazing guy, he was such a lovely neighbour and always helping with the gardening. Colin was so happy and friendly and loved a good chat, he had a very kind heart and will be sadly missed. Love Lynsey, Neil and Jacob xxx
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28/09/2020
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Treasured memories of a wonderful friend who was always there for others in their times of need. You will live in many peoples hearts forever. Sleep peacefully my dear friend. Much love Mary, Jenny, Rhys and Owen xxx
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27/09/2020
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What a lovely kind man..Who had his share of tragedy but remained so sweet..
Joanne Robson:
26/09/2020
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Col was a gentleman, who loved family, we will always have fond memories of special occasions and family get togethers over the years. he loved to chat about travel,wine, cars and his dog and told many a funny story. we hope you are reunited with your loved ones and at peace now. God bless, Love Rosemary, George, Bernie and familes xxx
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