Michael Hudson (Passed away 2 Feb 2019)

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Funeral Service

Location
St. Paul's Church Bryn-y-Gaer Road Pentre Broughton LL11 6AT
Date
18th Feb 2019
Time
12.30pm
Funeral Director
Roberts Bros Funeral Directors

Burial Details

Location
Broughton CemeteryBryn-y-Gaer RoadPentre BroughtonLL11 6AT
Date
18th Feb 2019
Time
1.10pm

Funeral Reception

Location
Wrexham & District War Memorial ClubFarndon StreetWrexhamLL13 8DE
Date
18th Feb 2019
Time
1.30pm

In loving memory of Michael Hudson who sadly passed away suddenly on 2nd February 2019 at his home in Wrexham, aged 58 years. Dearly loved husband of Angela, much loved dad of Jemma, Lee and his wife Beth, proud gramps of Brooke and Arthur, loving son of Ada (Marion) and the late Thomas, dear brother of Carol and Helen, a sadly missed brother-in-law and uncle. Close family flowers only please, donations may be given in memory. All enquiries please to the funeral directors.

The wake will take place at Wrexham War memorial Hall in the centre of Wrexham by Tesco.

Michael Hudson

Michael Hudson was a Pharmaceutical Engineer but started his working career as an apprentice engineer working at Courthalls where he finished his apprenticeship. He later moved onto CP Pharmaceuticals where he spent the next 20 years working on his craft as a pharmaceutical engineer and building his skills within the industry, making friendships along the way that would last a life time. After his tenure in CP, Michael Hudson took his experience and moved onto a new job with a firm called Zogenix where he used his knowledge of pharmaceutical engineering and project managing to create and develop the capsules that were used to store and release pain relief with people that suffered from migraines. After his time with Zogenix Michael Hudson left for a firm called ConvaTec Ltd where he started as a contractor then getting taken on as a full-time employee, here he helped design in a team where he met his new work colleagues and built a close relationship with the team he worked with.

Michael Hudson met his wife Angela when they were both in a nightclub at the age of 20, this was due to Michael Hudson approaching Angela and asking for a dance and as they say the rest is history as they later married in the year of 1983. This led to them having 4 years of happily married bliss and peace until 1987 when they welcomed the arrival of their first child, a son called Lee. Two years later in 1989 they welcomed their second child, a daughter named Jemma. With his wife and two kids this was the happiest moment of Michael Hudson’s life. He helped raise his children the best way he could spending as much time as possible with them and with his wife Angela taking them on holidays overseas as much as they could.

Later on, Michael Hudson managed to see his very own daughter graduate with a First-Class Honours degree in Mathematics & statistics and later a master’s degree in statistics and seen her start her PhD in applied health sciences.

Michael also got the opportunity to witness his own son graduate with a BSc Honours degree in Architectural Design Technology and also got to see and be a part of his two grandchildren’s life and was also aware of his third to be born.

Michael Hudson was all about his family, always took interest in everything they did and always had some advice to give on the situations. He never let anything in life get him down or cause any unnecessary stress, he loved his work and the people he worked with and also loved his dog.

Michael Hudson was always the life of every party and a big life in his wife’s, kids and grandkids life.

Marie Power wrote

A wonderful funny man who made you feel so comfortable in his company, you will be sadly missed by everyone who knew you Mike. RIP

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Dean donated £20 in memory of Michael

The times we worked together were never dull.
Your passion and knowledge about your work was evident to all that met you.
The tenacity you showed when dealing with problems or problematic people was always entertaining.
Good Engineer and Bloke, cheers Matey

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Tracy Moore donated in memory of Michael

I’m sorry I couldn’t make the funeral. I will always remember with fondness and laughter spending time on the steering committee trips to San Diego and Paris. Never a dull moment. I am also extremely appreciative of the times you told me I was a daft cow and then went on to explain the ins and outs of all the engineering utilitites and filling lines in minute detail until you were sure I understood it. Your brilliance will truly be missed Mike x

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duncan geddes wrote

We only worked with you for a short while Michael, but it was an absolute pleasure getting to know you. You are were clearly a very knowledgeable guy, thank you for all your help, and more importantly making us smile. Our very best wishes to all your family

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Fel and Wyn Thorman donated £20 in memory of Michael

We'll miss the chats by the garden gate Mike.

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Dave Donnelly donated £145.25 in memory of Michael

It was a pleasure to work with and know you Mike.
From all your friends at ConvaTec.

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Dave Donnelly donated £145.25 in memory of Michael

It was a pleasure to work with and know you Mike.
From all your friends at ConvaTec.

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Andy O’Donnell donated £30 in memory of Michael

Mike was an inspiration to me and I had the pleasure of spending 20 years working with him
Rest in peace matey
God bless and love to Angela and the family xx

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Tristan Moore wrote

Mike, you were always a joy to talk to and someone I looked forward to catching up with. I’m pretty sure I left every chat with you having learnt something new and always in a lighter mood. You’ll be truly missed.

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Tristan Moore donated in memory of Michael

Mike, you were always a joy to talk to and someone I looked forward to catching up with. I’m pretty sure I left every chat having learnt something new and always in a lighter mood. You’ll be truly missed.

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Alessandra Molteni donated in memory of Michael

Hi Mike, it was a unique pleasure to work with you. I learned a lot and I will never forget our good laugh together! My orange hat will always remind me of your matching shirt, so stylish! All my thoughts are now with your wonderful Family.

Alessandra

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Sharon Pindar donated £50 in memory of Michael

My thoughts are with you all. Sorry I can’t be with you. Sharon x

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