Malcolm Stanley (25 Jul 1936 - 24 Sep 2014)

Funeral Service

Location
Wilford Hill Crematorium Loughborough Road West Bridgford NG2 7FE
Date
7th Oct 2014
Time
2.40pm
Funeral Director
A.W. Lymn Carlton

In loving memory of Malcolm Stanley who passed away on 24th September 2014.

A non religious service will be held at 2:40 on Tuesday 7th October at Nottingham Southern Cemetery (Wilford Hill), Loughborough Road, Nottingham NG2 7FE. Malcolm specifically did not want this to be a sombre event so he requests that you wear bright clothing and bring your fondest memories with you.

Parking at Wilford Hill is fairly limited, the main car park will only accommodate about 25 cars and the 'overflow car park' just 10, so please try to share transport where you can and we understand that you can park on the side of the road leading up to the main building.

Family flowers only please. If you wish to give a donation, one of Malcolm's favourite charities is noted below.

Following the ceremony, Angela, Rupert & Sabine would like to invite you to raise a glass or two to Malcolm at Ruddington Grange Golf Club, Wilford Road, Ruddington, Nottingham NG11 6NB. We are in the Wentworth Suite, which is upstairs in the building between the club house and the car park.

Directions from Wilford Hill to Ruddington Grange:
Turn left out of Wilford Hill, then right at the traffic lights into Europa Way (signpost Wilford). Turn right at the small roundabout into Landmere Lane (signpost Wilford). At the end of the road, turn left onto Wilford Lane. After just over half a mile, turn left into the Golf Club. Mind the speed humps. Parking is on the far side of the club house.

Malcolm supported a number of charities, but of late, his favourite was Teddies for Loving Care. This is operated by the freemasons and provides teddies to sick and distressed children in hospital. This is a very small local charity, so is not set up on Just Giving.
Cheques can be made out to "TLC Nottinghamshire" and sent to Barry Woodhead, 3 Malvern Gdns. Long Eaton, Nottingham. NG10 4FW or passed to the funeral directors.
WEB site, www.tlcnottinghamshire.co.uk

Offline donation: Retiring Collection donated in memory of Malcolm
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kenny and Wendy Miller wrote

Malcolm was a lovely gentle man who was always upbeat and positive. The service today at Wilford summed up his quirky personality and made us all smile. It was clear today, how much Malcolm had achieved in his lifetime, having fun on the way. He was a great example to us all. We were so glad to have known him.
Kenny and Wendy

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neal collier wrote

It is never easy to write condolences and none more so than on this occasion.

One of our oldest friends has parted

We first met Angela and Malcolm as neighbours in Whatton, both families with baby sons, and although we all left the village, the ties and bonds remained very strong over the years. We frequently met up and shared many laughs and happy moments.

Now Malcolm has gone but the memories will always remain.

Good bye old friend.

We thank you for all that you gave to our friendship.

Margaret and Neal

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Lesley and Ian Sherratt wrote

Always smiling with a twinkle in the eyes, a true gentleman that we will never forget.

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