Brian Michael Holbrook (14 Nov 1937 - 26 May 2020)

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Holbrook
Brian Michael
of Ashford.
Passed away peacefully at Ashminster House Care Home on 26th May 2020 aged 82 years.
Reunited with his beloved wife Eileen, loved and missed by his daughters Tracey and Sarah and his grandchildren Beth and Jamie. Always in our hearts forever xxx
Flowers or donations, if wished, payable to the 'Alzheimers Society' may be sent c/o T.W. Fuggle & Son Funeral Directors, 20 Ashford Road, Tenterden, Kent TN30 6QU or online via this webpage.

melissa holbrook wrote

To my dear uncle Brian. Will always remember the great parties with you & auntie Eileen & the family, such good times. You will be greatly missed. Rest in peace. Love Melissa Xx

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melissa holbrook donated £20 in memory of Brian

To my dear uncle Brian. You were a true gentleman. You will be greatly missed but always remembered with fond memories. Melissa, Steve, Josh & Jack xxxx

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Rosamaria Brown donated £30 in memory of Brian

Such fond memories of Brian, a truly gentle kind man. x

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Darren Chappell donated £30 in memory of Brian

Brian finally with the lovely Eileen and your brother Bill. A much loved dad and grandad who always had patience and time from everyone. RIP dear Brian. Love the Mileham-Chappell's xxx

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The Newton Family wrote

Remembering our rock n roll, fun loving brother-in-law / uncle with love. We will always remember your super sized Christmas dinners and happy family times together. Reunited with his love, Eileen.
Rest in peace, love Phyllis, Bud, Kay and Family, Keith and Gay xxxxx

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Rest in peace Brian, reunited with his love, Eileen.

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jane holbrook wrote

You were a great brother-in-law, always kind and generous, we had such fun at the Heathfield Show with our flower arranging competitions. You will be sorely missed, but never forgotten,
Rest in comfort with Eileen.

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Tony McGinnis donated £50 in memory of Brian

We have good memories of Brian. A wonderful family man. Always plenty of stories to tell us all. Rest in Peace with the lovely Eileen. Love from Karen, Tony, Sarah and Robxxxx

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Peter Holbrook donated £50 in memory of Brian

Great memories Brian. Never forget the wonderful hospitality of you and Eileen, admired you as a family man and always enjoyed your visits. With bonfires, flower arranging and bizarre sausages, you were great fun. A super brother. Sleep well bro.

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Jane Padgham donated £20 in memory of Brian

Brian, a lovely man who I’ll always remember with a smile x

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Hugh Couldridge donated £30 in memory of Brian

A true family man and work colleague whom I had the absolute pleasure of knowing in both aspects of my life. Rest in peace with your lovely wife Eileen xx

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Tracy Ambler wrote

Such a lovely, kind, gentle man, who absolutely adored his family, rest in peace Brian. Love Tracy, Fred, Joe & Lucy

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Maggie Clayton wrote

Our paths crossed during your time at Ashminster house with my mum. You always had a smile and a nice word for me with a funny comment even though you thought I was your taxi ride home. Tracey became a special friend and we will carry on sharing special times together with you as a constant talking point and reminiscing about the fun times we had. You will be missed, lots of love Anne. X

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Lisa Homewood wrote

I feel so lucky to of met you Brian in the later years of your life. A true gentleman who was happy to eat my chocolate eclair and leave me without one!!!
Sleep well.

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  • Although I never knew you I felt like I knew a lot about you from Tracey. You were all very lucky to have had each other and the love you shared will always be remembered. I will always be here for Tracey x

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Lisa Driver wrote

Rest in Peace Uncle Brian

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Gerry Spanton wrote

So long my dear friend ,loved you like a brother,we have had wonderful memories together,till we meet again WHO DAT MAN.

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