William Arthur Stevens (Bill) (7 Jan 1947 - 31 Aug 2019)

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WilliamThe Lullaby Trust

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Location
Skipton Crematorium Carleton Road Skipton BD23 3BT
Date
18th Sep 2019
Time
11.40am
Funeral Director
Jacksons Funeral Services - Silsden

Funeral Reception

Location
Silsden Methodist Church HallKirkgateSilsdenBD20 0PA
Date
18th Sep 2019
Time
12.30pm

In loving memory of William Arthur Stevens (Bill) who sadly passed away suddenly on 31st August 2019.
Bill was born in Liverpool but has lived in Silsden since being a baby. Took early retirement from Bradford Council and has spent the last 16 years “living the dream” in Cyprus.
He was a very proud father and grandfather, loving husband to Sharon for the last 34 years, my best friend and constant companion, his death has left a gaping hole in my life, I will love him and miss him for the rest of my days.

No flowers please, donations to the above charity would be greatly appreciated as we lost our first granddaughter, Kirsty, to sudden infant death syndrome when she was just 8 months old.

Angela Gardner donated £20 in memory of William
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Julie Stevens donated £10 in memory of William
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  • Bill’s flowers were divided into two wreaths and placed on family memorial stones at Skipton Crematorium.

    Posted by Sharon on 23/09/2019 Report abuse
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Sharon Stevens donated £225 in memory of William

Monies raised from the funeral £225.00

The family would like to thank everyone who attended the funeral (and those who were unable to) for their condolences and messages of sympathy.

I think we did Bill proud!

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Living the dream

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One of many happy memories .

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Elizabeth Farrell wrote

Bill was a true gentleman and good friend,will miss him very much

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Elizabeth Farrell donated in memory of William
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Alison Byrne donated in memory of William
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Shelagh Brayshaw wrote

Such a shock and sad loss
Sending our love to you from Shelagh & John v

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Shelagh Brayshaw donated in memory of William
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Sylvia Bolton is attending the funeral and the reception
Liz and Allen Soraff donated £50 in memory of William

A great neighbour and friend will be sadly missed

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Dorothy Derrick donated £30 in memory of William
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Alison & Steve Byrne is attending the funeral and the reception
David & Margaret Greenwood donated £44.65 in memory of William

Happy memories of a gentleman

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Bev & Bob Pridgeon is attending the funeral and the reception
Honor Barker donated £50 in memory of William

In loving memory of Bill. With love from Honor & Andy

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  • This brings back wonderful memories of Bill. He was great fun and a pleasure to be around. We will both miss him terribly.

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Sharon Stevens wrote

The Lullaby Trust (formerly FSID) is a British charitable organisation aiming to prevent unexpected deaths in infancy and promote infant health. The Lullaby Trust funds research, supports families whose babies have died suddenly and unexpectedly, disseminates information on infant health, baby care and sudden infant deaths to health professionals and the general public, and works with professionals to improve investigations when a baby dies.

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