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The obituary notice of James Arthur (Jim) RICHARDSON

Smallthorne, Published in: Stoke Sentinel.

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James Arthur (Jim)RICHARDSONPeacefully at rest on Sunday 3rd March 2024, at the Douglas Macmillan Hospice, Blurton, Jim, aged 63 years, of Smallthorne.

Dearly beloved Husband of Gill, much loved Dad of Dean, dear Father-in-law of Shameem, devoted Grandad of Sophie, and a dear Brother, Brother-in-law and Uncle. Jim will be sadly missed by all his loving family and friends.

Jim's remains will be received into St Saviours Church, Smallthorne on Tuesday 19th March, at 5pm.

Funeral Service on Wednesday 20th March, at 2.15pm, followed by Cremation at Carmountside Crematorium. Would relatives kindly accept this the only intimation. Friends wishing to attend, please meet at the Church.

No flowers please by request. Donations in memory of Jim may be sent for The Brain Tumour Charity c/o the family.


Enquiries to David Podmore
Arlington House
Ford Green Road
Smallthorne SOT
ST6 1NX
Tel. 01782 818888
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Barry Ashley:First met jim at the allotments in Smallthorne, a really t...23/03/2024
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Linda Norton :I had the pleasure to work with Jim for some years and he w...22/03/2024
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Jason Richardson:One of the most quirky, effortlessly hilarious and unique indi...21/03/2024
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First met jim at the allotments in Smallthorne, a really top class fella with a quirky sense of humour. Although ill he looked well when I last saw him. Rest easy my friend.
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23/03/2024
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I had the pleasure to work with Jim for some years and he was always such a joy, he would stop by my desk every morning with a smile and share his funny sense of humour my mornings shall never be the same with you gone. Rest in peace Jim you were one of the best
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One of the most quirky, effortlessly hilarious and unique individuals I’ve ever met, even though we didn’t see each other much as I got older, the memories I have are still great ones.

I had the pleasure of calling him “Uncle Jim”. ❤️
Jason Richardson:
21/03/2024
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Rest in peace my friend Jim. I am honered to have known and worked with you. Thank you for the laughs and the wisdom.
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