RIP Stu pots
Stuart John Heath (3 Feb 1975 - 24 Jun 2023)
- Beech Tree Miners Wassell Road Wollescote DY9 9BY
- 28th Jul 2023
Stuart John Heath sadly passed away on 24th June 2023 after a short illness. A much-loved father to Harrison and partner to Zoe. Stuart was a Lye boy and son to Mary & Terry and younger brother to Rachael & Cheryl. A much-loved Uncle Stu. Stuart from a very early age was a Cheeky Chap with an infectious smile and the ability to make us belly laugh at every opportunity referred to by his sisters as “Golden Balls” from a very young age. He was a truly special character and a one off. Stuarts fondest memories of when he was a child was of the time, he spent at Weymouth with his family ever year. Time, he spent with his nan Doris his mom and dad with his sisters these were Stuarts favourite times.
Stuart was an amazing father who would do anything for his son and they and a very special bond like no other. Stuart and Harrison were best friends and this will remain so forever. Stuarts favourite times were spent as a family around the people who he loved most. Stuart was such an amazing person who truly would do anything for the people he loved. What he meant to the people who he touched will live on in their hearts forever for being a truly beautiful soul. Stuart would always go out his way to do more for others to put a smile on their face. What made Stuart Happy was seeing other people Happy no matter the cost to him. Stuart was a true gentle giant and who's legacy will live on forever.
Stuarts other great love was music the family have very fond memories of his younger years when he played his music so loud the house would literally shake!
Like his parents Stuart and his siblings had an incredible work ethic - a family of “grafters”. Stuart ran his own business for many years and he had lots of laughs on site with his workmates who were his extended family who we know will miss him greatly also.
RIP BIG STU
Any donations from the Funeral will go to Happy Staffie rescue and Help for Hero’s two charities that Stuarts held close to his heart. Stuart will always remain in our hearts forever and we know that he will live on in people’s memoires.
Thank you for taking the time to read.