David George Foxley (6 Sep 1945 - 18 Jan 2020)

Funeral Service

Location
Holy Trinity Church Eccleshall Stafford ST21 6BY
Date
21st Feb 2020
Time
12pm

In loving memory of David George Foxley who sadly passed away on 18th January 2020. There is a kind request for family flowers only please.

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Sue Churchill wrote

So sorry for your loss. Lovely man that I have no doubt will leave a huge hole in all your hearts. Love to all the family at this very sad time xx

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Lesley Austen wrote

Loving thoughts to all the family xxx Lesley & Philip

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Maureen Arthur wrote

So sorry he was a great guy and a very special person he will be able to join dink for a guinnes or a gold label my thoughts are with the family at this sad time XX

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Chelsea Phillips wrote

A very treasured family friend who I have known most of my life, we will all hold a very special place in our hearts for you.. rest in peace🧡

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The best Brother Friend and human being who I could pick the phone up at anytime of the day or night if I needed him, I will truly miss him, RIP Dave until we meet again.

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