Barry Gray (31 May 1949 - 15 Oct 2013)

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Funeral Service

Location
Sherwood Forest Crematorium Newark Road New Ollerton NG22 0DY
Date
30th Oct 2013
Time
12pm
Funeral Director
W Flint Funeral Service

Funeral Reception

Location
The BoundaryLea ValeBroadmeadowsDE55 3NA
Date
30th Oct 2013
Time
1.30pm

Barry Gray. Aged 64. Passed away in Selby, North Yorkshire where he had lived since 2011 whilst working as landlord of The Cricketers Arms and The Cross Keys public houses with his wife Janet. Prior to living in Selby, Barry lived in South Normanton, Derbyshire for many years.

Barry enjoyed holidaying abroad, with his daughter, Amy and stepsons, Adam and Tim, when they were younger and with his wife Janet, whom he married in Kenya. Barry enjoyed watching F1 and had a fondness for his pet dogs - Bonnie, Sammie, Buster and Defa to name a few.

In lieu of flowers, the family are requesting donations to Birmingham Children's Hospital. Donations can be made through Just Giving via this page.

Further Details from: W Flint Funeral Service 01773 581138

Karen donated £20 in memory of Barry
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Roy and wrote

A good man taken too early, we did not know Barry for long , but he is sadly missed at the Cricketers.

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Chris & wrote

We had some good times with you and Janet when we were at Sherwood caravan site, you made us laugh with your great sense of humour and we will never forget you. Rest in peace our friend.
Ann will keep shakin' it for you!!

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Pat wrote

Fond memories of a dear cousin and happy times spent in B-Winning . Rest in peace Barry.x

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Malc and wrote

We will always remember our nights of drinks and laughs in your awning. You and Janet were so kind to us and we missed you when you went to Selby. Rest in Peace lovely friend x

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Richard Johnson wrote

I feel honoured to have met Barry as those who met knew him, know he was one in a million and I for one will miss him dearly.
This can't be the end, we will meet up again one day x

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Caroline Angus wrote

I will be having a glass of red for both us Barry, did not know you for long, but i will still have some fond memories RIPx

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Catherine wrote

It takes a special man to be a stepdad, to love because you choose to when you didn't have to and you did so much more than that. Thank you for everything I'll love you forever and I'll miss you more. Cas

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Gill, Hannah and Derek wrote

Just want to say that you were a great neighbour, we had some good fun didn't we, we missed you when you left South Normanton, you were a good friend to us but we still have our memories and these we will cherish. Rest in peace Barry. God Bless. Derek and Sue xxxxxx

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