John Edmund Woodhatch (20 May 1946 - 3 Feb 2020)

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Croydon Crematorium, West Chapel Thornton Road Croydon CR0 2BB
17th Mar 2020

In loving memory of John Edmund Woodhatch who sadly passed away on 3rd February 2020

Youngest brother to three older sisters, John lived and worked in Croydon all of his life. His passing came as a shock as he was generally well, walking lots and working hard on his allotment - which he had been a member at for years. He visited his niece and great nephew regularly, enjoying the fun and challenges of being involved their lives - attending birthdays, Easter egg hunts, Christmas nativities with quiet appreciation. He kept in regular contact with his two remaining sisters and other members of his family, playing a pivotal role in keeping everyone up to date on events and developments within each others lives. John had been retired for a number of years after working hard all of his life. He was generally a private man who kept himself to himself, but will be deeply missed by his family who knew him well.

Patricia Clarke donated £50 in memory of John

In loving memory of my young brother who was a loving and generous person. He had many interests but his latest was his allotment where he grew fruit vegetables and flowers. We used to talk on Sundays and have a laugh about the weather being so wet and other things we had been doing. I miss his calls. R.I.P.

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Patricia Clarke wrote

In remembrance of my brother John who was a kind generous person . He had a lot of interests but his love of growing fruit and vegetables on his allotment was what he liked best. I miss the telephone calls to chat. I miss you John R.I.P

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