Stephen John Weigh (6 Dec 1958 - 25 Nov 2018)

For Charitable
Donations To

Cunliffe Ward, Wrexham Maelor Hospital

For Charitable
Donations To

Renal Unit, Wrexham Maelor Hospital

Funeral Service

Location
St. Francis Church Chester Rd, Sandycroft, Deeside CH5 2QW
Date
18th Dec 2018
Time
11am
Funeral Director
Roberts Bros Funeral Directors

Cremation Details

Location
Chester CrematoriumBlacon AvenueBlaconCH1 5BB
Date
18th Dec 2018
Time
12pm

Funeral Reception

Location
Mancot Village HallMancot Ln, MancotMancot, DeesideCH5 2AH
Date
18th Dec 2018
Time
1pm

In loving memory of Stephen John Weigh (Steve) who passed away peacefully on 25th November 2018 at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, of Mancot, aged 59 Years. Dearly loved husband of Val, much loved son of Peter and the late Eileen, loving brother of Gillian, a sadly missed brother-in-law and uncle. Family flowers only please, Donations if desired may be given in memory via the offertory plates for Cunliffe Ward, Wrexham Maelor Hospital or Gladstone Renal Unit At Wrexham Maelor Hospital.

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Gillian McEwan wrote

Ste
Growing up we had the best of childhoods, always the big brother looking out for me , we even thought it was funny one day for me to get inside your race sack in the back garden where you were practising for the school sports day but remember mum drawing the line at you tying to tie up the top up with string with me still inside! and every person in our road and around the square we called them auntie and uncle, holidays in Butlins and Scarborough where we loved the model airplane war battle display in the park , we have been there for each other every step in our lives through happy, bad and sad times especially loosing our mum to cancer at the age of 48, I have and will always be so proud to be called your sister, all my love Gillian x sending a special kiss to you and mum together again x

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Steven Parker wrote

My namesake and I met at the Royal Stoke University Hospital several years ago when Steve had to have vital treatment . At that time I was working in the Renal Dept and was required to reset the dialysis machine Steve was using each day . At once I was met by a kind , smiling engaging man who chatted away with me , even though he was in great discomfort. During his stay in the hospital Steve spoke about his life back home his family and the love of his life Val. His face always lit up when he spoke of her ,and his hope that one day his illness would be behind him. So that they could do all the things they had planned when they first met. When Steve returned home we kept in touch still with Val giving me updates every day. With great sadness Steve sadly succumbed to his illness, but he was at peace knowing that the love of his life Val was forever near

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Val Weigh wrote

To my darling husband Steve, words can't describe how I'm feeling at the moment. Miss you so much. You'll always be in my heart. Love you always sweetheart xxx

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  • Val that is a beautiful message. Steve will always be with you in your heart. We are here for you always. Love Liz and Dave xxxx

    Posted by Liz on 4/12/2018 Report abuse
  • In one of Stes little chats we had, he made me promise to always have you my life , you have a brilliant family, friends and neighbours, but as we both said to each other the other day , you will always be my and Grays sister in law and an auntie to Jamie and Hannah x

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