Barry Christopher O'Dowd (14 Jan 1948 - 7 May 2014)

Funeral Service

Location
St Mary the Virgin & All Souls Highbury Road Bulwell, Nottingham NG6 9AD
Date
27th May 2014
Time
11.30am
Funeral Director
A.W. Lymn Bulwell

Burial Details

Location
Wilford Hill Cemetery Loughborough Road Nottingham NG2 7FE
Date
27th May 2014
Time
1.40pm

In loving memory of the late Barry Christopher O'Dowd who sadly passed away on 7th May 2014

The funeral cortege will leave Bulwell Hall Boxing Club, Totley Close NG6 on Tuesday 27th of May 2014 at 11am.

The service will take place at St Marys Church, Bulwell at 11:30am followed by interment at Wilford Hill at 1:40 pm.

The Chapel of Rest at A.W Lymn, Bulwell office will be open on Thursday 22nd, Friday 23rd from 1030am to 163opm and on Saturday 24th from 1030am to 12pm for friends to who are unable to attend the funeral to pay their last respects.

The wake will be held at Oakleigh Lodge Social Club, 1 Highbury Road, Bulwell/Basford, Nottingham NG6 9DD. The bar will be open from 1pm with a buffet to follow.Last orders will be at 11pm.All welcome.

As it was his life, any donations to Bulwell Hall Boxing Club are most welcome.

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John Rowlands wrote

Barry so sad to hear that you had passed away I tried to contact you many times in the past but could not find you.You were always in my thoughts Barry and I will really miss you!
Sleep in peace my friend
John

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Andrew James O'Dowd wrote

Dad, Shay and I look at your picture on the wall every day.He finally said Grandad last night.

I tell him how much you loved him, I just wish you could tell him yourself.

Andy x

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Alice Taylor wrote

Miss you more and more every day Baz. Love you lots xxx

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Michelle O'Dowd wrote

The pain of losing you isn't getting any easier especially on a day like today. You should be here with your kids and grandkids telling rubbish jokes maybe a bit of fishing with Kallum. We have our memories but there not the same I'd love to seer that smile abd hear you laugh again. Have a good old chat and a cuddle :) love ya Baz xxx

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Andrew James O'Dowd wrote

I wish I could talk to.I've so much to say and I need your help and advice. Miss you dad x

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john feeney wrote

Sleep well old friend

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Andrew James O'Dowd wrote

Dad.
You would have been amazed at Tuesdays turnout.
I know I was. You knew some lovely people.
The passing days are not getting easier, x

Andy x

Massive thanks to all from AW Lymn for the way the day was organised.

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tony [tosh] smith wrote

Not seen yer for a few years-had great time's in the 60s/70s c u later mate xx

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Jordan Walker wrote

Sleep tight Baz! I have many great memories of you down at the gym, putting in your time for everyone meant so much to us all! Your legacy will carry on. R.I.P

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Paul (the postman) Bowe wrote

Will be sadly missed.

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Tammy Fatts wrote

You'll always be in my heart!! XxxX

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PAUL BINCH wrote

Baz Thanks for all good times we had you will be missed by many. god bless you and all your family.

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Andrew Perron wrote

It was an honour to have known you.

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Andrew James O'Dowd wrote

Dad,miss you every day,the heart ache hasn't left since you went.I love you x

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