Dean Roderick Legge (25 May 1958 - 16 May 2022)

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Location
St Oswald's Church Lawford Road Rugby CV21 2HR
Date
25th May 2022
Time
12pm
Funeral Director
Walton & Taylor Ltd

Burial Details

Location
Croop Hill Cemetery Addison Road Rugby CV22 7BQ
Date
25th May 2022
Time
12.45pm

In memory of Dean Roderick Legge who sadly passed away on 16th May 2022. Dean was born in Haverfordwest St Thomas’ Hospital in 1958, and moved to the Rugby area 35 years ago, embracing the people as his own. He has left many dear friends and one daughter, Tanya. The funeral will be officiated by the Reverend Allan Scrivener at 12 noon, St Oswalds and internment at Croop Hill at 12.45. Refreshments will be offered at the Rugby Workers Club, Oliver Street. All welcome. Dress code, Black.

James Bradbury donated £20 in memory of Dean

Rest in peace Deano

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Dan Rosemeyer donated £25 in memory of Dean

From all of Deans Grandchildren. Rest In Peace

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Pam Harries donated £10 in memory of Dean

Fly high Dean

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Pam Harries wrote

Met dean 1st day in secondary school his smile could light up a room rest in peace Dean taken far to soon x

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Ann O'Callaghan donated in memory of Dean

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Martin Sweeney donated £50 in memory of Dean

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Angela Atherton donated in memory of Dean

RIP Dean taken far too soon. X

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Peter Adams wrote

Met Dean in Mount Airey school he lived in Augustine way and me the other end Hammobd Avenue school was a blast. When I lost my dad in 1969 at 11 yesrs old. He became a good mate to me we lost touch after leaving school. And we both left town. But recently made contact using Facebook. So sad to lose him he was a true gentleman and his sense of humour was incredible RIP Dean 🙏 my old friend.

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Phillip Squelch wrote

Thinking of you all will miss talking to him on FB but please have a pint for him .

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Julie O'Callaghan donated in memory of Dean

Rest in peace Dean you was a truly great friend will be missed but always in my memories

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Sandra Thomas donated £20 in memory of Dean
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Karl Davies wrote

Dean will be missed lots of fond memories to hold onto great fellow we used to take the Mickey out Mr lamb in school happy days

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Alun Wills wrote

Well a what a friend dean was me and dean work together on shift in Withybush hospital for a few year dean was also my best man at my wedding. We still kept in touch when he moved away RIP dean taken to soon m8

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Alan Llewellyn wrote

Rachael Llewellyn Alan Llewellyn son have known Dean since growing up together with all the boys in Augustine Way and Merlins Hill with my brother Robert lovely memories.





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Alan Llewellyn wrote

Rachael Llewellyn was price ALan Llewellyn my son so sad always with a silly grin and smile RIP Dean x





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He didn’t know I was holding the party hat on his head.😂👍

He didn’t know I was holding the party hat on his head.😂👍

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Mike Ellis wrote

A Great Friend in Dean has past so sad, We had many years of friendship via School , Paper Rounds, Young Farmers club and generally being together day I day out. Missed him when he left to go to Coventry and recently got in touch to arrange a last visit to Haverfordwest but sadly became to ill to travel. Many many fond memories. Rest in peace mate.

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Christopher Harries wrote

Sad to hear that Dean has left us. I knew him as a friend through school and at Haverfordwest Young Farmers Club. Dean had that ability to make you laugh without trying. He made people happy with his out going friendly smiling demeanour. If Dean was in your group you knew it would be lively and a great laugh. Condolences to Tanya and family.

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Dave Golding wrote

Hi, I was sorry to hear about Dean. I didn’t know him as well as other people , I know he was good friends with Dai James and Richard John and I also have vague memories of him being friendly with Michael Ellis. But my abiding memory of Dean was he was always smiling, he had that cheeky glint in his eye and he always spoke to me. Rest in peace Dean.

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Richard John donated £25 in memory of Dean

Rest in Peace Matey it was Great Knowing you lol xx

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