Reg (Reginald) Fletcher (14 Apr 1931 - 27 May 2014)

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Location
loughborough crematorium leicester road Loughborough LE11 2AF
Date
11th Jun 2014
Time
3.30pm
Funeral Director
Swanns Funeral Service

In loving memory of the late Reg (Reginald) Fletcher .... (ex driving instructor)
Funeral held at Loughborough Crematorium on Wednesday 11th June 2014 at 3.30pm
A gathering afterwards at Reg's home.

A loving husband to Margaret
A proud and wonderful Dad to Steven, Trevor and Sandra
An adored Granddad by Grandchildren Rebecca, Victoria, Gregory, Megan, Natalie and Charlotte.
and Great Grandchildren Daniel and Dylan

Sandy Redfern wrote

We thought of you with love today,
But that is nothing new.
We thought about you yesterday.
And days before that too.
We think of you in silence.
We often speak your name.
Now all we have is memories.
And your picture in a frame.
Your memory is our keepsake.
With which we'll never part.
God has you in his keeping.
We have you in our hear.
We all love you Dad xxx

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Sandy Redfern wrote

your memories have become my heartbearts,
which means i am thinking of you all the time just to stay alive..
miss you dad xxx

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my beautiful dad..
one year ago today at 7.25pm i saw you take your last breath.. i knew then my life would never be the same without you in it.. every day i think of you ..every hour i think of you..every minute i think of you.. today is my birthday and my heart hurts not to have you here with me.. to give me a hug and say 'love you sandy happpy birthday'
I love you dad with all my heart and miss you every single day. xxx

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happy birthday daddy... wherever you are, who ever your with and whatever your doing we hope you are having a great day.. love you with all our hearts. xxx

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Sandy Redfern wrote

At this time of year people are beginning to think of christmas..
Its a time of year when people start to buy their christmas cards.
Some trimmings are beginning to go up in the shops and christmas songs are already playing while you shop.
Christmas decorations are on the shelves to purchase and christmas paper selling by bulk.
Today i went into town with mum and went into the shops, walked around and browsed at the christmas decorations, listened to the christmas songs playing.
I have always loved christmas time and enjoyed the festivities and celebrations.
For the first time ever my heart isnt in christmas, the spirit of christmas has been wiped from me.
You were my christmas daddy. without you here christmas just wont be the same.
I miss you so much and i would give anythiug to hear your voice and see your happy face again but i know this can never happen in this world.
As christmas time approaches memories stay close to my heart of you my beautiful daddy.
i love you
i miss you
xxx

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Paul Danvers wrote

My mate Reg,
11 years to the day you knew me.
4015 days I had the privilege of knowing you.
You always had an answer for my 'how to' questions and there was always 'Reg's way' to fixing things. I was always ready to do that little job for you no matter what time of day it was. You always had a smile for my jokes no matter how bad they were and we always shared a cheeky grin. I know I didn't watch the football and Grand Prix but I still followed the sports and we could talk about Rooney to Hamilton and all in between. You were my best friend. I will miss you.

God took the strength of a mountain,
The majesty of a tree,
The warmth of a summer sun,
The calm of a quiet sea,
The generous soul of nature,
The comforting arm of night,
The wisdom of the ages,
The power of the eagle's flight,
The joy of a morning in spring,
The faith of a mustard seed,
The patience of eternity,
The depth of a family need,
Then God combined these qualities,
When there was nothing more to pledge,
He knew His masterpiece was complete,
And so, He called him ... Reg


Rest now, Reg, in Peace

Paul
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Trevor Fletcher wrote

Dad,

Life is tough without you, you leave a void that cannot be filled, but if love could have saved you, you would have lived forever!

Thanks for everything.

Lots of love.

R.I.P.

Trev
xx

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Hi Dad..
Yesterday was fathers day.. A day when I always spoiled you and made a big fuss over you.
Instead it was quiet. sad day and I felt utterly lost without you here with us to celebrate your special day as being the best dad in the whole world.
I love you dad and want to say how much I am missing you and how empty the days seems without.
Wherever you may be dad and whatever you may be doing and who ever you may be with I hope your happy and seeing old friends and family and having lots of fun times and reminiscing with them all.
love you with all my heart dad. xxx

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Rebecca Redfern wrote

I'm so lucky to have a Grandad like you.Not only a Grandad to me but a best friend too.


I miss our chats - as Grandma called us Darby and Joan, when we would talk for hours and say "oh, how time has flown!"

So many treasured memories
I will hold in my heart, thankyou for all your advice and being there for me from the start.

Miss you so much Grandad.
Lots of love

xxxxxxxxxx Bec xxxxxxxxxx

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Victoria wrote

Dearest Grandad, I can't put into words just how much I will miss you.I am so very glad for every moment spent with you, I feel truly blessed that I could know such a wonderful man as you, and even more so that I could call you my Grandad. Your memory and the time we spent together will be with me forever, I know you will be watching up there, I hope i do you proud in everything I do. Love from your grandaughter, Victoria xxxxxxxxxx

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