Richard Mawby (Passed away 3 Oct 2019)

For Charitable
Donations To

MIND

Funeral Service

Location
St Peter & St John Church Clifton Road Rugby CV21 3PF
Date
30th Oct 2019
Time
2pm
Funeral Director
Walton & Taylor Ltd

Burial Details

Location
Greenhaven Woodland Burial GroundYelvertoft RoadLilbourneCV23 0SZ
Date
30th Oct 2019
Time
3pm

MAWBY
Richard
‘Dick’

Passed away peacefully on 3rd October 2019 aged 74 years.

Dad of Saffron and Dan and Grampy of Liam and Dylan.

Funeral service will be held at St Peter & St John’s Church on Wednesday 30th October 2019 at 2.00pm followed by burial at Greenhaven Woodland Burial Ground.

Family flowers only. Donations if desired to Mind, may be sent to Walton and Taylor Funeral Directors, 16 Railway Terrace, Rugby, CV21 3EW, telephone 01788 543008.
www.waltonandtaylor.co.uk/obituaries

Lived a full and colourful life across the 74years. Always a deal to be done and a new venture to pursue. Dad had his share of tough times and bounty in equal measures and there was never a dull moment. Everyone will have their own memories or stories that will keep his memory alive - he made his mark!! Sending you on with love from your son Dan and daughter Saffron xxx

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My Big Brother and I, 1955, 1960, 1963

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When our mother died, Richard and I went to live with her sister and husband (Aunty Phil and Uncle Jack). When Dad remarried, Richard left to live with them and I remained. I remember odd incidents of my big brother living with us, but more from later, since he regularly came to stay for the weekends. We usually went to the Saturday morning 'Flicks', watching Muffin the Mule, Hopalong Cassidy, and Rocket Man (a superhero who certainly failed the test of time). Invariably, during the film show, Richard would pick an argument with someone, resulting in the invitation to meet outside the cinema afterwards. And, being generous in the need to share, he usually managed to find someone with a younger brother for me to fight! We gradually grew apart, but as a young boy growing up, he was my hero and I loved him...

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Pam Mawby wrote

Rest in peace.. Thank you for the precious gifts of Saffron,Dan and our wonderful grandsons, Liam and Dylan x

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Nesta Lacey wrote

I'm so sorry for your loss, it's always so hard to lose a parent. I am his cousin, my mum and his dad were siblings. I was an only child and looked forward to the times I spent at the farm with all my cousins. We just reconnected on Facebook which I'm so glad about. I hope you will remember all the good times fondly. Love to you all Nesta

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