Barry Swain (16 Apr 1952 - 17 Oct 2015)

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Funeral Service

Location
St Helens Church Park Lane Pinxton NG16 6PR
Date
6th Nov 2015
Time
11.30am
Funeral Director
W Flint Funeral Service

Funeral Reception

Location
Pinxton WelfareWharf RoadPinxtonNG16 6LG
Date
6th Nov 2015
Time
12.30pm

In loving memory of Barry Swain who sadly passed away on 17th October 2015 who leaves his beloved wife Gail and his children Amanda, Brenden, Cara and Darrell and there partners also his grandchildren Adam, Ellie ,Bethany, Bailey ,Ashton and Lottie.
Barry loved wildlife ,horse racing and dog racing he also loved family get togethers and singing on the kareoke ,family holidays was a favourite as he was a family man .

As a young man he served in the armed forces /commando regiment from 1970 to 1979 .

Amanda Woollands donated in memory of Barry

Another Christmas without you and it doesn't get easier miss and love you so much 😢😢xxx

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Amanda Woollands wrote

Another Christmas without you, it doesn't get easier miss you xx 😢😘

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Amanda Woollands donated £20 in memory of Barry

Still missed everyday love you dad so much it hurts hope your having your own Christmas up there and causing havoc xxx

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Amanda Woollands donated £30 in memory of Barry

Dad i miss you everyday and still talk about you all the time , as you will know george has gone over the rainbow bridge please meet him and keep him safe till i come to you love you so.much dad xxxxxxxx

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Gail Swain donated £20 in memory of Barry

Love and miss you more and more each day look after mam for me xxx

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Amanda Woollands donated £20 in memory of Barry

Miss you everyday ???

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Amanda Woollands wrote

Miss you everyday dad it doesnt get easier ?

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gail swain wrote

Thank you to everyone who donated at the funeral £176 was in the tub xx

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gail Swain wrote

Thank you to everyone who donated at the funeral together there was £176

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Amanda woollands wrote

Love and miss every minute of the day dad love always Amanda xxxx

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Beth Woollands wrote

I love you ❤️

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Faye Todkill donated £20 in memory of Barry
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Ellie Brackley wrote

I still can't believe you've been taken away from us grandad! you was such an amazing personality and family man, everyday I think of you and I'm missing you unbelievably! I just expect to see you in your chair with your cap on with a can in your hand saying 'marvellous', you was so so strong and didn't show your pain till the end!, all I keep thinking of is your not funny jokes you'd tell us in the kitchen and how you would sit me and Bethany on your knees and we'd sing 'save all your kisses for me' together❤️, you'd always call my eyebrows slugs and tell me not to draw them io unless they was the same size!you was always there for all of us!! I hope I'm making you proud grandad as your watching over me, I love you❤️xxxx

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Michael Sterling donated £10 in memory of Barry

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Leigh Rodgers donated £10 in memory of Barry

Peace be with you Barry.

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Jay Brackley wrote

Barry you were like a 2nd dad to me you were there when i needed you when i needed someone to talk to and someone to moan to you made a promise to my mum that you would look after me as one of your own and you lived up to that every day you was with us i still cant believe your no longer with us i still expect to see your face and hear the words..marvelous...beer for the corprol....cold en tha seez... you are one of the strongest and proudest men who hid his pain till the end, i have ever known and for all the above i love you for and always will you were not only a father in law but also a friend one of the closest ive ever had and i can promise you i will never forget what you have done for me and will promise you that my kids your grankids will always know and remember what a great man you are / were you will always be remembered in my heart and mind and i will always live with the thought that you are now in a happy place looking down on me making sure we are all ok so heres to you baz ...theres 2 kinds of people in this world my friend those drinking tea and those having a cold en tha seez ...love you always 'Dad' and will never ever forget you xxx

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Amanda Woollands wrote

Dad can't believe your not here miss you so much can't put it into words the loss and heart break I'm feeling but every day is getting easier and I'm starting to think of all the good times and memories we had as a family I will continue to talk and reminisce about you and keep you with us in everything we do love you always dad xxxxxx

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Alison Willetts wrote

Barry i remember you when i was little and you came on leave you used to make me laugh with your funny faces ,i remember your wedding day and you and Gail asked me to be your bridesmaid i wore a yellow dress my favourtie colour .I know we dint see each other much as we had our own lives and family ,but i knew you would always be there for me as i would you .you will be sadly missed gone but never forgotten and i am proud to call you are my brother Barry rip your sister Alison xx

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Alison Willetts is attending the funeral and the reception