Hugh Frederick Heaven (6 Oct 1944 - 6 Sep 2019)

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Sutton Coldfield Crematorium 539 Tamworth Road Birmingham B75 6LG
4th Oct 2019
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The Co-operative Funeralcare Boldmere

Cremation Details

Sutton Coldfield Crematorium539 Tamworth RoadBirminghamB75 6LG
4th Oct 2019

In loving memory of Hugh Frederick Heaven who sadly passed away on 6th September 2019.

Funeral at 11.30 am on 4th October 2019 at Sutton Coldfield Crematorium, Tamworth Road, B75 6LG.

Family flowers only, please. Any donations to St Giles Hospice, Lichfield.

Reception afterwards at Moor Hall Hotel, Moor Hall Drive, Sutton Coldfield, B75 6LN.

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Gurpreet Koasha donated in memory of Hugh

Heaven. A fitting name for a man who made his pupils feel like the sky was the limit. Mr Heaven gave my mum her first job at George Dixon. With that foundation he helped create in our household, has been the major influence which has shaped the lives of my siblings and I. We will forever be thankful for his guidance, his singing of 5 little speckled frogs and lifting the kids off the bench in an animated way as a part of the it, singing ‘yellow bird’ in assembly and organising the penny arcade every year.

Mr Heaven was the backbone for the life I have now gone onto create and that is a testament to him. Although he is no longer here in physical form, these memories will shine bright and last a lifetime.

Thank you Mr Heaven :)

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Rakhee Spillane donated £30 in memory of Hugh

Mr Heaven was an amazing individual. I was a pupil at George Dixon and have only fond memories of him. From his funny OHP Diwali assemblies, to the special sweets that would make our tongues blue. The teddy bear that always sat comfortably in front of the fire place in his office to the walks in the nearby woodland area. Singing ‘Autumn Days’ and ‘All things bright and beautiful’ in assemblies and Christmas hymns at St Jermaine’s Church. He wasn’t just a headteacher but a truly caring, inspirational and remarkable individual.

I’m sure that everyone that has crossed paths with him will forever bask in the memories that he created with them.

Mr Heaven, may your journey forward be enriched by the magnificent souls who have passed before you, just like you have done here, for those you leave behind.

Rakhee Spillane (Age 34)

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