Justin Edwards (6 Jan 1979 - 9 Mar 2015)

Funeral Service

Location
Chelmsford Crematorium Writtle Road Chelmsford CM1 3BL
Date
28th Apr 2015
Time
3.30pm

Funeral Reception

Location
Chelmsford Conservative Club101 Moulsham StreetChelmsfordCM1 0JG
Date
28th Apr 2015
Time
TBC

Justin was born in Hackney, but was "dragged up" in Archway, North London. The youngest of three, he had a big Sister who loved and protected him and his twin Brother, James.
Justin joined St John Ambulance when he was 8, he then joined the Army Cadets when he was about 12, finally, he joined his big Sister in the Sea Cadets where he made, and kept, loads of life-long friends.
Justin was a loving and helpful child and man. He would help anyone (especially old ladies with shopping bags). Justin joined the Royal Navy in 2000 and loved every minute of it, making friends and an extended family along the way who meant so much to him over the years. Justin always had a crafty smile on his face, you always knew when he was up to no good, as he would always grin, and try to blame someone else!
We so desperately want him to have a good send off and hope you can assist us in any way you feel you can help by making a small contribution. All donations will be gratefully received, and faithfully applied.

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Sinem MUSTAFA/Osmani wrote

Now your Resting at peace Justin, so loved by us all x Dearly missed and never forgotten x We had some cheeky/ fun times when we were little TS wizards x from then you and your brother caught my heart, the best Twins I've ever known x Until we meet again sweetheart x Take care up there and keep your eye on your little boy x amen x

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Karen hill wrote

Justin... taken far to early you were always happy Carefree and laughing but so caring such a lovely man rest in peace now god bless xxxxx

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Caroline Stephens wrote

R.I.P Justin u will be sadly missed and never ever forgotten x

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josie vann wrote

Justin you were like another son to me along with James,I am so proud of the man you became,my memories will keep you alive in my heart,sleep tight sweet man until we meet again,love always x

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Steven Edwards wrote

Justin,

You weren't only my Son, you were my friend. We had very good times together, and I mean GOOD! You always spoke to me as your friend... I am your Dad and am proud to be and I will always be proud to call you my Son.

When Mum went away to do baby sitting for Sarahjane she would never expect what to come home to, we would either have broken something or had cuts and bruises when we played rugby tackles: that you always won, except one time when I dived at you when you were off guard and we nearly broke Mums glass cabinet. We would stay up late just talking about things we got up to in our jobs and how we never knew how we kept them!

You were liked by everyone, your cheeky grin got you away with so much, even when the police would bring you home because you left school, on one occasion you told them that you had a dentists appointment and you didn't know I was home... you even got away with that!!

I'm going to miss you, as will everyone else, I will never forget what you and I had between us. I will, and have been speaking of you as my friend first and can proudly say you're my Son.

God bless Justin, and don't try it on with God or St Peter, as they might not be so tolerant as us mortals.

Miss you. Your Dad and Friend

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charline warden wrote

You will be missed by all such a happy chappy made everyone laugh it's was a apleasure to know you you're in peace now though

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Sinem MUSTAFA/Osmani wrote

Dearly missed

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Ray Tigwell wrote

I met Justin a few times over the years through his twin brother James and what I know through meeting and talking to Justin was that and Justin is an inspiration to us all. Justin was a loving and caring father to his family and a decent human being. He was a larger than life character who always had a smile on his face when you met.
I will miss our chats on Facebook that were usually late a night and you always made me laugh and you always asked how my family was and how life in general was, it was a pleasure to have our chats and I will always remember them. I felt through talking to Justin he was a person who would always help others but didn't really ask for help back. Being a twin myself like Justin and James their is a special bond, a bond like no other and only if your twin you would truly understand.
Rest in peace my friend you will never be forgotten.

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Gemma Edwards wrote

It's so hard to put into words the loss we are feeling, we have some wonderful memories to cherish now and forever, thank you for giving me the most wonderful little boy Who I ardor lots of love always Gemma & Billy xx

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Michelle Guerra wrote

Just u and the lads where my childhood. One day in particular always stays in my head. Sitting in the archway watching the sun go down and putting the world to rights. It was the day I realised what true friendship was.

Its such a shame shame so young but I know u are in heaven watching over your wonderful family. I know you will be greatly missed but reading these messages you left us all with some wonderful memories. Rip sweet dreams darling. Xxxx

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