Charles Henry Hare (1 Jun 1945 - 1 Nov 2018)

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Charles Henry Stroke Association

£10.00 + Gift Aid of £2.50
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Funeral Service

Location
Lincoln Crematorium Washingborough Road Lincoln LN4 1EF
Date
27th Nov 2018
Time
10.30am

In loving memory of Charles Henry Hare who sadly passed away on 1st November 2018

A wonderful husband, dad and grandad "Charlie"
Gone from our lives but never from our hearts
All our forever love
Anne, Karen, Chloe, Ryan, Andy, Helen, Nick & Hannah

Karen Daughter lit a candle
Steve Hilton wrote

I knew a guy called Charlie Hare
a nicer man would be so rare.
With humour, laughter & good cheer
nobody was down when Chas. was near.
Hare by name but all that said there was virtually none upon his head.
His hand slid over the shiney pate
as he smiled down at an empty plate.
Once piled high with wonderous fayre
alas no longer a morsel there.
His smile, soon back & ear to ear
as someone asked 'Charlie, a beer'?
You could of heard a pin drop, there was no sound
as Charlie asked "is it my round?

Chas.
Husband, family man, friend & just a bloody nice bloke.

Gone, missed, but never forgotten.
Rest In Peace mate. x
November 2018

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BBQ King - In Chas's company in happier times. x

BBQ King - In Chas's company in happier times. x

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Gemma Taylor donated £10.65 in memory of Charles

An amazing man who always lit up everyones day! A pleasure to be around and will be massively missed x

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Steve Hilton wrote

I knew a guy called Charlie Hare
a nicer guy would be so rare.
With humour, laughter & good cheer
nobody was down when Chas. was near.
Hare by name but all that said there
was virtually none upon his head.
His hand would slide over that shiney pate as he smiled down at an empty plate.
Once piled high with wonderous fayre
alas no longer a morsel there.
But his smile was soon back & ear to ear
as someone asked 'Charlie, a beer'?
You could hear a pin drop, there was no sound
as Charlie asked "is it my round?

BBQ's will never be the same.....

Chas.
Husband, family man, friend & just a bloody nice bloke.

You're gone, missed, but never forgotten mate. R.I.P. xx

November 2018

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Chloe Whittaker wrote

I love you Grandad❤️❤️

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Wendywoo wrote

Your smile always made me smile the bumping into each other at the chemist always with a hug and smile, Charlie you was a very family oriented man who loves a laugh and joke and a good dance on the dancefloor, my love to all the family especially you my lovely friend Ginge XX

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  • That's my mate....xx

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