Clifton Barrow (10 Sep 1936 - 12 Apr 2020)

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Location
Bandon Hill Cemetery Plough Lane Beddington SM6 8JQ
Date
29th May 2020
Time
2pm

In loving memory of Clifton Reuben Barrow who sadly passed away on 12th April 2020. Due to the current constraints in place regarding social gatherings, the funeral will be for immediate close family only, but if you have some lovely memories of Clifton that you would like to share please feel free to add them to this page, alternatively you could add photos or even light a candle in his memory.


In respect of Dads wishes of not wanting to have a eulogy, we thought it would be best to provide a small insight into the great life he had lived as a biography.
Dad migrated to the UK in 1961 to be with his elder brother and twin sister. He also continued his pursuit of a young lady he had met at church in Barbados. They married in 1963, later having 3 children.
With his infectious smile, dad was an outgoing and sociable character who loved a good debate and sports (especially cricket). He took pride in his family and work along with being committed to the Lodge.
Ill health affected dads later life, with diabetes, vision loss and mild dementia reducing his abilities. His love for Music and singing never ceased even in the final weeks of his life. Sadly, on Saturday 21st March 2020, dad was admitted to the hospital and unfortunately did not recover to return home.

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The Lord will be with you; He will NEVER leave you nor forsake you do not be afraid. Deuteronomy 31:8 Atlanta Georgia loves you.💝🙏🏾

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Stay Strong. Have Faith. TRUST GOD. Keep believing. Never Lose HOPE. Auntie Norma, Sonia, Joy, Glyne and your beloved extended family, just want you to know that we all LOVE you. May God continue to comfort you. Love fromAtlanta Georgia💝

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Daniella Anderson wrote

To the whole Barrow family, I'm so sorry that you're going through this difficult time. Nobody can prepare you for a loss as great as this, but I hope that you can take comfort in the knowledge that he is at peace now.
Love Daniella, Laverne, Jackie, Muriel & Joslyn

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  • To Auntie Norma and Family, May the Love of Uncle Rubin's memories fill your hearts and show you the way to new hope, peace, and happiness. He was a wonderful person and will be missed. Love Caroline

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Daniella Anderson donated £100 in memory of Clifton

To Norma and family I hope the memories of your lives together give you peace and comfort.

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Coa(norma) Seale mc connie wrote

Reuben you have been a life long inspiration you will be truly missed my friend and brother RIP

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Donna Hartley wrote

I knew Rueben for 38 years and have always found him to be a quiet, humble, unassuming man who loved his Cricket. Whenever I would see Rueben he would always give that smile, so warm and welcoming. The last time I saw Rueben was in February this year and I’m incredibly glad that I did. Little did I know this would be the last time I would see him. I am very much saddened by his passing.

You may be gone, but you will never be forgotten. You will forever remain in our hearts and in our minds. You will be greatly missed by us, and all who knew you. You are with the angles now, may you rest in everlasting peace

Oceans of love
Donna, Brian, Leon, Alesha, Nisha and little Callum xxxxxx

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Yvonne Parker wrote

Uncle Ruben was such a rock to me and my family when we lost our dad years ago. We will always remember him. He always had time for my children and welcomed us like his own. He was a lovely and kind person who will be greatly missed. Our heart felt sympathy to Aunt Norma and the family. Love you loads xxx

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Shirley Husbands wrote

I must say i knew my brother inlaw Rueben from the time i was 12 yrs old and he was always like a big brother to us i will surely miss him he always showed us respect R i p bro we will always love and remember you.. your sister inlaw

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