Terence "Terry" Clark (20 Mar 1939 - 24 Aug 2014)

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Location
Randalls Park Crematorium Randalls Road, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 0AG
Date
8th Sep 2014
Time
11.45am

In Loving Memory of, Terry Clark, 75 (20.03.1939), who sadly passed away 24th August 2014

Husband to Lesley, father to Lisa and grandad to Connie
Missed always


"He never looks for praises
He's never one to boast
He just goes on quietly working
For those he loves the most
His dreams are seldom spoken
His wants are very few
And most of the time his worries
Will go unspoken too
He's there.... A firm foundation
Through all the storms of life
A sturdy hand to hold to
In times of stress and strife
A true friend we can turn to
When times are sad or merry
One of our greatest blessings,
The man that we call Terry"

A bright star to all those lucky enough to know him.
We will look to the skies each night to look for him, still.

Maria Farrugia donated £40 in memory of Terence

Terry was a remarkable man, who will be greatly missed.

Breda, Kellie, Maria & Rachel xx

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Breda, Kellie, Maria & Rachel Farrugia wrote

Terry was a remarkable man and he will be greatly missed.

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Kellie James wrote

I have so many great fun childhood memories , you taught me to dive , play badminton , and always to see the fireworks displays but the best fun has to be the monopoly games hours of fun and laughter .
I will never forget you
Kellie & family
Xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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Hopkins Chrissie & Bill wrote

Sending our condolences to Lisa and all the family.....I'm sure Terry will be sadly missed......but much remembered & loved still. RIP Terry and God Bless xxxxxx

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Bob Aslett wrote

Terry was one of the nicest people it has been my privilege to meet and know. I am proud to have had him as a friend and work-mate in the Croydon Garage days. My only regret is losing touch over the years and not being able to be there to say goodbye. God bless you, mate, till we meet again.

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Lisa Woodley wrote

I didn’t share you with brothers or sisters and I am so very glad. I am being wholly selfish when I say I am glad you was mine and mine alone, and I am glad too that you was Connie’s very special granddad and hers alone.

I love you unconditionally with the whole of my heart. I don’t care about your noseyness, argumentative side or the ‘look’ so like my granddad. I love every inch of you and your wonderfully “do anyone a turn” soul.

I know your reading the paper now with nan, and granddad. A huge cuppa tea… or knowing granddad… a mackinson and mild! That thought brings me comfort.

Someone who has been a rock through this nightmare, recently summed it up. She said… A beautiful person has left this world to join his family on the other side… lucky them!

For everyone whose lives Dad touched, I hope they remember him. Remember his lovely laugh, his twinkle in the eye and his kind kind heart. I know I will remember the biggest gift he gave to me… his love.

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John Woodley donated £10 in memory of Terence

A jolly decent old chap and a smashing father-in-law. Missing you, even though you were a stubborn old git.

Come back Terence... the food here wasn't that bad!

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Lisa Woodley donated £10 in memory of Terence

Missed always, loved forever.

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Lisa Woodley wrote

With love, always. Missed more than anything

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Margaret (Audreys friend) donated £5 in memory of Terence

Rest in peace

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Helen Johnson wrote

Terry worked on the buses with my husband, when our children were young. He was a lovely man, always had a smile and would help in any way he could. I will never forget him. Rest in Peace Terry, you were one of the best. Gone but Never Forgotton.

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Amy Murray wrote

Terry. A close friend of the family back in the day when we were living amongst one another. A happy and joyful soul who would always be joking and smiling. A good man who will always live forever in the hearts of those he touched. Wherever you are Terry you will be missed.

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raymond staines wrote

TERRY
WE HAD SOME GOOD OLD TIMES WHEN WE WERE YOUNGER ,REMEMBER WHEN WE WENT FISHING AT SHOREHAM WE HAD TO KEEP STOPPING SO TERRY COULD KEEP UP WITH US , WHEN WE GOT THERE WE ASKED HIM IF HE THOUGHT HE WAS AT WORK STOPPING AT EVERY BUS STOP HA HA HO HO WHAT ABOUT ALL THE CARD GAMES TILL 2 O CLOCK IN THE MORNING THEN EATING EGG AND CHIPS , SO GLAD WE MEET UP LAST YR AND SO SORRY WE WONT BE THERE ON THIS DAY TO SAY GOODBYE THINKING OF YOU LESLEY AND FAMILY BEST WISHES XXXX WILL NEVER FORGET YOU MATE XXXX

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