Chris Chapman (5 Jan 1942 - 14 Aug 2014)

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Funeral Service

Location
Markeaton Crematorium Markeaton Lane Derby DE22 4HN
Date
8th Sep 2014
Time
2pm
Funeral Director
A.W. Lymn Spondon

Funeral Reception

Location
The Mackworth Hotel60 Ashbourne RoadDerbyDE22 4LY
Date
8th Sep 2014
Time
3pm

It is with great sadness we have to announce the sudden loss of Chris aged 72 years, of Spondon, who was taken on Thursday 14th August 2014 at the Nottingham City Hospital.
Chris was a loving devoted husband to Mary, father, father-in-law, grandad and great grandad.
He will be sadly missed by all his family & friends.

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Tracey Shaw donated £20 in memory of Chris
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Tracey Shaw wrote

The day has finally come when we have to acknowledge what has finally happened. I miss you more than I ever imagined I would. I hope you are at peace and be rest assured we will fulfill our promise to you. Thank you for all the memories. Hope you not causing too much mischief with all your pals up there.

Tracey
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Rachel Banks donated £20 in memory of Chris

With Love Rachel & Family xXx

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Rachel Banks wrote

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Joe Blain donated £20 in memory of Chris

I remember very well 1 o'clock in the morning in June 1958 ,a lone figure walking along the A4 in Thatcham , who I picked up in my 1952 Hillman Minx, which was a start of a very long relationship. I'll miss you Chris.
Say hello to my lovely Pat.

God Bless

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richard webster wrote

Chris

Thank you for all your help, support and friendship over the years. I'll miss not seeing you for a coffee and chat.
You and your family will be forever in my thoughts.

Richard Webster and Family

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Vicky Alan and Lauren Colclough wrote

You were full of love, laughter and mischief. You were one of the best. Thank you for being there when we needed you and for being a fantastic godfather to Lauren. We will miss you so much. Give my dad grief Chris and happy fishing.
Happy memories, never forgotten.
Love always Vicky, Alan and Lauren xxxxxx

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Jean & Jeff Bilbrough donated £10 in memory of Chris

Will miss you more than words can say. love forever ' til we meet again. GodBless. Xxx

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Jean & Jeff Bilbrough donated £10 in memory of Chris

one of the two best friends anyone could ever wish for and have had for over 40 years. it's been our pleasure to be part of yours and. Mary's life all these years. We will watch over Mary as you asked. love forever.
'till we meet again my friend

xxx
Jean & Jeff

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brian and connie shaw wrote

Chris, you were a good friend to both connie and i we had good times caravanning and going out for meals and with lots of lively witty conversation. Connie and i are going to miss you deeply.
Rest in peace.

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Mr Nigel Hardaker wrote

Chris. You were truly loved and are already sorely missed. Helen and I are massively grateful for all you have done for us over the years. You and Mum were the closest couple I've ever known - over the last 7 years you have been the best carer anyone could ever have hoped for. Rest in peace mate. Keep telling the stories. Helen also says “thanks for treating me like a daughter”.

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