Alan Warner (5 Jun 1960 - 3 Jan 2015)

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Location
Bramcote Crematorium(Main Chapel) Coventry Lane Bramcote NG9 3GJ
Date
19th Jan 2015
Time
3.30pm
Funeral Director
A.W. Lymn Ilkeston

In loving memory of the late Alan Warner who sadly passed away on 3rd January 2015

Sue and Terry Pike donated in memory of Alan

Alan, a true friend who never ever lost sight of what was important in life. A very special,loving, creative and caring man who has left us with many happy memories to sustain us in the years to come. We will miss our pal Al but his warmth and generosity will remain in our hearts forever .

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Rosemary Kelsall donated £30 in memory of Alan

What a wonderful man and friend not one memory I have of Alan is sad or without laughter, the world is a sadder/duller place without him in it. I will miss you loads and cannot imagine never seeing your smiling face again which lit up any room with that mischievous glint in your eye. My love and thoughts are with Ant, his family and close friends at this very sad time. Love you Alan xx

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Sally Wilson donated in memory of Alan

Every time I had a problem and needed a moan you were always there to listen. You never judged and I always felt happier leaving than when I arrived. You will never be replaced

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'Whoops...' donated £30 in memory of Alan

It's been a pleasure....

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Simon Drake wrote

Alan will be dearly missed. Such as funny man who never missed an opportunity to put a smile on your face and with that kind of magnetic personality that seemed to arrive in the room before he did. You'll truly be missed by all. Deepest and sincere condolences to his close friends and family and all that new and loved him.

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Elizabeth Timperley-Preece donated in memory of Alan

I was so sad to hear the news about Alan. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with him over the past couple of years and will really miss his warmth and funny stories. Rest in peace, Alan x

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Shirley Atherton Atherton wrote

Working with Alan was a privilege and a pleasure. I still can't believe that l will not be in his company again...crying with laughter. Every memory of alan we have is special. Our condolences go to his family, friends and colleagues. Lots of love xx

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Offline donation: Mr P and Mrs S Warner donated in memory of Alan
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Julie & Paul Molde wrote

So many memories of Alan, too many to note. However they all have laughter, hilarity, craziness and some strong language. He has been a great part of our lives and loved every minute of working with him - no office is the same without Alan. We would like to send our condolences to all his family. Love you big Al, we'll miss you loads but privalaged to have known you xxxxx

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Elaine Farren & Jaquie Stenson Farren donated in memory of Alan

Our lovely, sweet, funny, kind Alan...... we miss him so much... He brought great fun and joy to the Penna Birmingham office. Will always remember his singing, dancing and of course, his legendary magic act at the Christmas Fuddle! He will always be in our hearts.

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Marion Whitehead nee Mclellan donated £10 in memory of Alan

I was at Hallcroft School with Alan and later we worked together at Granada Motorway Services. We kept in touch for a while after I left and I always wondered about him and what he was doing with his life. He was a really genuine, lovely, warm, funny guy and I loved him to bits. So sorry he's gone. Only the good die young.

RIP Alan xxx

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Gail Bembridge donated £20 in memory of Alan
Joanne Conquest donated £10 in memory of Alan
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Penna PLC wrote

There are not enough words to describe my great friend Alan as he was a giant of a man with a big heart, fabulous sense of humour and a unique sense of fun. I was fortunate to work with him for many years and feel proud and priveleged to call him my friend.
I am heartbroken as most people who knew him will be. And days without Alan will be sad and very quiet ones! But every memory is a bright shining one and makes me smile and laugh through the tears.
My deepest condolences to his lovely partner Ant and his family. He didn't get enough quantity of life but I am comforted knowing he had great quality, as he lived to the full and fortunately I got to share in it.
RIP Alan 'Chumley' Warner
I love you and always will xxxx
Julie Towers (JT)

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Penna PLC donated £250 in memory of Alan

We are making this donation to Maggie's on behalf of our dear friend and colleague Alan Warner. Alan was loved by everyone here and will be sadly missed. The fight to cure Cancer and all those who support those fighting it need our help.
From everyone at Penna

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Mike Goldstein donated in memory of Alan
Mike Goldstein wrote

My sincere condolences to all Alan's family and friends. Alan was indeed a true and loyal friend to so many, and brought a huge amount of happiness all around him. I will miss him as one such friend, but know that there are many who are lucky enough to have longer and closer experiences and memories of him. These memories will live on, Alan, and we all thank you for enriching our lives.

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Duncan Barratt donated £25 in memory of Alan

You will be missed greatly, both professionally and personally.

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