Ashley Hallowes (29 Jun 1946 - 8 Jul 2019)

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Location
Basingstoke Crematorium Stockbridge Road Basingstoke RG25 2BA
Date
25th Jul 2019
Time
12.45pm
Funeral Director
Spencer & Peyton, Basingstoke

In loving memory of (Charles Francis) Ashley Hallowes who sadly passed away on 8th July 2019 shortly after his 73rd birthday.

Son of Freddie and Kathleen Hallowes, husband of Anne, sister to Barbara and father to Suzanne and Kirsty.

Ashley was a retired Chartered Civil Engineer. With a specialism in Airports, Ashley visited and worked in many parts of the world during his career, most notably Bahrain and Sofia, Bulgaria. During his retirement, Ashley helped the local Scout groups with their DBS administration for safeguarding.

Ashley was diagnosed with a Neuroendocrine Tumour in Spring 2018. In August 2018 he underwent abdominal surgery at Kings College Hospital in London where 2/3rds of his small intestines and his appendix were removed. He had a round of PRRT treatment in March 2019 but his health declined afterwards and he did not have further treatment.

His last foreign holiday was to Lanzarote after Easter 2019 to enjoy the sunshine.

After a 3 week stay at hospital in Basingstoke, Ashley spent his last weeks at The Grange in Sherborne St John. The staff at The Grange, together with the visiting staff from St Michaels Hospice showed Ashley, Anne, Suzanne and Kirsty tender care and support at such a crucial time to us all.

His funeral will be at Basingstoke Crematorium (RG25 2BA) at 12.45 on Thursday 25 July followed by a reception at Audley's Wood hotel in Basingstoke (RG25 2JT). Everyone is welcome.

Suzanne Scobie donated in memory of Ashley

In loving memory

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Anne Hallowes donated £20 in memory of Ashley

From Graham: Ashley was great to work with and I am pleased to call him my friend. Rest Ye well Ashley and GO WELL (I know you will).

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Anne Hallowes donated £20 in memory of Ashley

From Graham: Ashley was great to work with and I am pleased to call him my friend. Rest Ye well Ashley and GO WELL (I know you will).

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Anne Hallowes wrote

On behalf of Graham: Ashley was great to work with and I am pleased to call him my friend. Rest ye well Ashley and GO WELL (I know you will).

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Anne Hallowes wrote

Ashley was great to work with and I am pleased to call him my friend. Rest ye well Ashley and GO WELL (I know you will).

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Geoffrey Brown donated £10 in memory of Ashley

A friendship going back many years. You will be missed.

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Geoffrey Brown donated in memory of Ashley

A friendship going back many years. He will be missed

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Geoffrey Brown wrote

In memory of ASHLEY - a good friend for many years.

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Anne Hallowes donated in memory of Ashley

In memory of a loving husband.

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Anne Hallowes wrote

In memory of Ashley

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Anne Hallowes donated in memory of Ashley

In loving memory of a wonderful husband.

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Jacqueline Seymour donated £20 in memory of Ashley

In memory of Ashley, loving husband and father and much loved brother of my dear friend, Barbara

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Jacqueline Seymour wrote

In memory of Ashley, loving husband and father and dear brother to my very close friend, Barbara.

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David and Barbara Feather wrote

Let us hope that Ashley's courage in going through the treatment will help others with this horrible cancer.

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Helen Dickens wrote

from the Dickens family

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Helen Dickens wrote

with love from Dickens family

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Helen Dickens wrote

with love from the Dickens Family

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Helen Dickens wrote

With love from Dickens family

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Helen Dickens wrote

With love from Dickens family

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With love from Dickens family

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Suzanne Scobie posted a picture

I love this photo of the two of us together x

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