Colin Gibson (19 May 1948 - 23 Dec 2019)

For Charitable
Donations To

Stroke Unit at Pinderfields Hospital

Funeral Service

Location
Dewsbury Moor Crematorium Heckmondwike Road Dewsbury WF13 3PL
Date
15th Jan 2020
Time
10.30am
Funeral Director
George Brooke Ltd

On 23rd December 2019, in hospital, recently of Heckmondwike, formerly of Chickenley and Thornhill Lees, aged 71 years, Colin, devoted husband of the late Christine, much loved dad of Sharon, Rachel and Coleen, dear father in law of Adrian and Darren, beloved grandad of Kirsty, Stacey, Jack, Lennon, Jason, Christopher, Stephen, Amelia and Natalie and great-grandad of Crystal, Curtis, Damon and Ruby.
Funeral service will be held at Dewsbury Moor Crematorium on Wednesday 15th January 2020 at 10.30am.
Friends please accept this intimation and meet at the crematorium. Flowers will be received, or if preferred donations in lieu may be placed in the collection box provided by George Brooke Ltd., for the benefit of The Stroke Unit at Pinderfields Hospital.
Colin Gibson my dad was a very happy person he got on brilliantly with other people tried his best to do his best for everyone.

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Every day your both loved and deeply missed, hope you are with each other again and waiting for me. Xxxxxxxx

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Always happy when you lived with me, You are deeply missed by all of us. Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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Sharron Varley wrote

Dad will miss you lots even your hugs love from Sharron.Darren xxxx

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Rachel Scott wrote

Deeply saddened wish we had another 10 months together , forever in my thoughts you wasn’t just my dad you was my best friend too, always happy and cheeky. Hope you find mum and Joanne xxxxxxx

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