John Elliss (1 Mar 1939 - 2 Mar 2019)

Funeral Service

Location
Treswithian Downs Crematorium Puggis Hill Camborne TR14 0BL
Date
19th Mar 2019
Time
10am
Funeral Director
Cornwall Funeral Services

Funeral Reception

Location
The Chiverton ArmsChiverton Cross BlackwaterTruroTR4 8HS
Date
19th Mar 2019
Time
12.30pm

In loving memory of John Elliss who sadly passed away on 2nd March 2019 surrounded by his loving family.
A celebration of his life will take place on March 19th at 10am at Treswithian Downs Crematorium.
Family flowers only, donations will be welcomed to the charity chosen by the family.
Colourful clothes only with no black ties as requested by John.
All enquires to Cornwall Funeral Services Cardrew Business Park Cardrew Way Redruth TR15 1SQ 01209 211684

Arthur, Jean, Kate & Allan Wright lit a candle
Arthur, Jean, Kate & Allan Wright wrote

RIP John we will never forget your kindness shown in travelling from Cornwall to Market Harborough twice in one week to represent Jeans mum and dads fuberal. Also the holiday we shared with you and the kids on your boat in the summer sometime in the 1980’s. xxx

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Arthur, Jean, Kate & Allan Wright donated £20 in memory of John
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Emily Priestley donated in memory of John

John taught me to dive in the early 1980s and I have always felt that it was the best (and most rigorous) start to my diving career. It was a lot of fun - from dodging bits of plummeting wreckage, to gargling water from my Fenzy, John made each of us self reliant and resilient. He nurtured our raw enthusiasm and gave us skills for the future. Thank you. With best wishes to John's family. X Emily

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  • Thank you so much Emily. Such a lovely memory. X

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Cath Elliss donated £50 in memory of John

You always wanted to help vulnerable people and pass on your knowledge and experience. May this go a little way to supporting others who suffer with this debilitating disease.

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