Toby Butler (21 Mar 1952 - 21 Sep 2020)

Funeral Service

Location
Treswithian Downs Crematorium Puggis Hill Camborne TR14 0BL
Date
13th Oct 2020
Time
1pm
Funeral Director
Cornwall Funeral Services

In loving memory of Toby Butler who sadly passed away on 21st September 2020.

Due to the restrictions the COVID pandemic has put on us all if you are unable to attend Toby’s service in person please visit the link shown below to watch his service live.

Website www.obitus.com

At the top right hand corner of the page you will see username and password options where you should enter the details shown here:

Username Daku8141

Password 554824

Adrian Bryant wrote

Toby has given us lots of good memories over the years. From visiting his and Pam’s house in Bedminster when he was installing the first Bidet I had ever seen (quite possibly the first in Bristol!) then I remember their wedding when I had my first (swiftly followed by the second and third) ever prawn cocktail(s). Toby was always on hand with photography tips that I still remember today (‘film is cheap’).

Then the family fancy dress party when he had lost loads of weight and had dressed as Bob Marley. I arrived late and the costume and make up was so good, I only realised it was Toby by process of elimination!

Toby could always be relied on for some male solidarity at the heavily female dominated Williams family do’s. Then of course there was the jodhpurs and random themed Christmas presents....

Rest in peace Toby. We will miss you.

Adrian, Jo, Lizzie and Sophie x

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Adrian Bryant donated £50 in memory of Toby
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Richard and Emma Hudson donated £30 in memory of Toby

We were so very sorry to hear of Toby's passing. His rye sense of humour will be sorely missed. You are very much in our thoughts and we send our love. God Bless xx

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Mark Sellwood wrote

I worked with Toby for many years and am still shocked and saddened he is no longer with us. I remember the fun times we had at work together, and Toby helped me when i had an accident a few years back ferrying me back and forth to hospital and back to work. Toby i look back to knowing you with pride and such fun and am honoured to have known you. As fleetwood mac once sung - "you can go your own way"

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Amanda Keeson donated £30 in memory of Toby

Sleep well Anthony

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Debbie Smith wrote

Pam, we are so sorry for the loss of Toby, it will leave a big hole. We will always remember Toby for his fun attitude to life and sense of humour, always bringing a lighter atmosphere to family gatherings (and of course for the Xmas gifts; opening your presents is always exciting)!

We are sorry we can’t be with you today but will be thinking of you and watching the service online.

Sending lots of love

Debbie, Jimmy (and Woody) xxx

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Pat and Alan Ingram wrote

Toby met Pam and became part of our family 40 years ago. The strong silent man looked after our youngest sister and kept us all grounded. We were glad that they were a compatible and comfortable couple..with two Great Danes to complete their family. The quiet man who with the help of some rough European Cabernet Sauvignon found his voice and entertained us all with a fund of stories ..information and explanations of the world around us all.
Thank you Toby for such innovative presents as a Haynes’s Manual for the Millennium Falcon and a hand grenade. We will all miss you and so will the mare you loved to ride. We will all remember you with a smile, thank you for you friendship Toby.
Night night God Bless. See you in the morning. xx

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Jenni Milne donated £10 in memory of Toby

In memory of all the help and consideration shown. Thank You

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Pam Butler donated £100 in memory of Toby

In loving memory of my husband Toby. Who asked so little but gave so much.

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Sue and Tony Bridges donated £30 in memory of Toby
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Sue Bridges wrote

We are deeply saddened by the news of Toby’s loss and can’t imagine what you must be feeling right now. We want you to know that we are just a phone call away if you want a chat. I feel honoured and blessed to have known Uncle Toby. He was truly a blessing, such a kind, caring, generous and gentle man and we will miss him greatly. Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts. Our heartfelt thoughts go out to you in this time of sorrow
Much love, Sue and Tony x

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Ruth Coxall wrote

Toby was your best friend and together you both have many friends. He was our Brother in Law and our family friend too. He was strong and compassionate and frequently made us laugh but always in an inclusive way. A rock really. Without doubt, a guy to be honoured my lovely. Ruth x

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