Alan Burt (24 Jul 1949 - 24 Apr 2020)

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In loving memory of Alan Burt who sadly passed away on 24th April 2020
Aggie as everyone knew him was a very incredible, special man who was liked by so many people , it didn’t matter how far away he went he always managed to bump into someone he knew, he touched so many people’s hearts even making friendships with the many hospital staff who were looking after him, I’m not sure just how much he realised this. He was always a hard worker who even up until his diagnosis was still working aged 68.
He was a fun loving man who was very dedicated to his family, partner and many friends.
One of the many special things about him that as a family we are so proud of is that he was a real fighter throughout his illness, and for that we are forever grateful, the past 2 1/2 years have been so hard but never did he give up his ability to carry on despite everything he was going through is a real credit to his sheer determination to beat this illness.
We miss you so much and are heartbroken and devastated but couldn’t be more proud of everything you have achieved and done for us all.
We love you so much
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Jim Watson wrote

Known and worked with Alan on the oil tankers for 12 years. We had a good laugh together every day. Will miss him winding everybody up

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Janice Worley/Etherington wrote

Aggie was a very dear school friend at Woolmer Hill .Lovely heartfelt abituary I know he will truly be missed by his family and lots friends x

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  • Aggie was a very good friend of mine way back to the mid late 60s, everything we done good or bad Aggie would always end up having a laugh over it, be it almost writing off my Zodiac to tearing up Highlane football pitch after a Friday night on the lash plus many more things.You will be missed by all Who knew you lifetime.Rest in peace my old friend.Roger Lee (Eiffel)

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Jo Curd donated £20 in memory of Alan

To my dad you where the best dad ever cant quite believe you are gone life will never be the same with out you. Love You To The Moon And Back.XXXXXX

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Lisa Burt wrote

Not just my dad my absolute hero , you were an absolute fighter dad and I couldn’t be more proud you fought with every bone in your body and for that I am forever grateful. I miss you so much dad and am absolutely devastated and broken hearted, I j ow you will be watching down on us with mum but i miss you both so much.
Until we meet again dad, I love you x x x x ❤️❤️

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