John Bradley Howarth (23 Nov 1928 - 13 Dec 2014)

Donate in memory of
JohnRNLI - Royal National Lifeboat Institution

£592.51 + Gift Aid of £6.25
In partnership with

Funeral Service

Location
Musters Road Methodist Church Musters Road West Bridgford NG2 7PQ
Date
19th Dec 2014
Time
11.30am
Funeral Director
A.W. Lymn Ruddington

In loving memory of the late John Bradley Howarth who sadly passed away on 13th December 2014

Offline donation: Margaret Eggleston & James, David donated in memory of John
Offline donation: retiring collection donated in memory of John
Offline donation: anonymous donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Williaam John Biddulph donated in memory of John
Reginald Thurrell donated in memory of John
Add a Donation
Offline donation: June M Turney donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Mr J D & Mrs K Hogg donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Mr J R & Mrs A Hooley donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Mr G K Wallis donated in memory of John
Offline donation: John william Atkinson donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Hinrich Siafken donated in memory of John
Offline donation: John Keith Barton donated in memory of John
Offline donation: David Keith Tattersall donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Jennifer Percival donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Michael Johnsom donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Yin Khow Mellor donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Liz Thornton donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Eric George Edwards donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Geoffrey Richard Garratt donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Diana Beeby donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Mr Kenneth F Doyle donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Chris & Alan Kirby donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Geoffrey Webster Witcomb donated in memory of John
Offline donation: Geoff & Joyce Hannibal donated in memory of John
John Pickles wrote

John was a well respected and long standing member of Keyworth & Ruddington Rotary, who made me feel very welcome when I joined a few years ago. We shared an engineering background & an interest in our industrial heritage, in particular the golden age of steam. I will miss listening to his passionate views on wind farms and nuclear power.

Report abuse
Comment on this message
John Pickles wrote

John was a well respected member of Keyworth & Ruddington Rotary who as a relative "new boy" made me very welcome when I joined a few years ago. We shared an engineering background, an interest in our industrial heritage and in particular the golden age of the railways. I will miss his good humour & listening to his passionate views on wind farms & nuclear power!

Report abuse
Comment on this message