John Melvyn Hardy (2 Oct 1946 - 28 Apr 2020)

For Charitable
Donations To

St Leonard's Hospice, York

Funeral Service

Location
York Crematorium Bishopthorpe York YO23 2QD
Date
14th May 2020
Time
12pm
Funeral Director
J G Fielder & Son Easingwold

In loving memory of John Melvyn (Mel) Hardy who sadly passed away on 28th April 2020 after a short but painful battle with cancer and dementia, age 73 years.

Beloved brother to Pam North (and Brother in Law to the late Cyril North); much loved uncle and so much more to Sharon, Gary, Bev, Barry and their families; Cousin and friend to many.

Funeral service to be held in Easingwold on Thursday May 14th at 10:45am with live streaming details available upon request. Family flowers only please, donations can be made online in memory of Mel to St. Leonard’s Hospice who lovingly cared for Mel during his last days.

Enquiries to JG Fielder and son, Funeral Directors, Easingwold Tel: (01347) 666505

June Slavin wrote

Well Melvyn the memoires I have of you was like you said going carboard sliding on the roily poly hill on the grange up West Melton sliding down the hill so fast on our pieces of carboard also when you and our Jimmy disappeared of Ash R0oad and walked it the both of you to walked to Coinsbrough Castle looking for Ivanhoe on the nights of the round table because they both believed Ivanhoe lived in that Castle Melvyn he loved his T.V. his jokes was funny sometimes his well known saying was only joking he liked to have his say always but Melvyn was always quite loved by his family well Melvyn you are now with your Mom and Dad and your Ray and the rest of your ancestors and friends love to you Mel
Love Junexxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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Michelle Myers wrote

Mel was a much loved figure as I spent countless hours with Bev over in Stillington. Uncle Mel always had a cheeky smile on his face, and had a wicked sense of humour. He knew how to pull someone's leg for sure! Mel was much loved by his family. He was a major part of all their lives, especially those he lived with. I know he will be missed by each and every one of you. He will be missed by the countless other lives he came into contact with too. I will be thinking of Mel, Pam, (and Cyril), Sharon, Gary, Bev, Barry and all your families, especially on Thursday, and will be tuning in to be with you from afar. Till you meet again xxxx

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Denise Smith wrote

Our thoughts are with you Pam and all your family x
Melvyn was such a nice man he will be sadly missed x
Love Denise and Gordon xx

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Leighanne Smith wrote

So sorry for your loss. Hes going to be missed by many. But Joseph is definitely going to miss shouting his name over the hedge all the time. Love to you all

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