Terry Jullings (28 Jun 1937 - 1 Oct 2020)

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Location
Kemnal Park Crematorium sidcup bypass chistlehurst BR7 6RR
Date
28th Oct 2020
Time
2pm
Funeral Director
F.A. Albin & Sons

In loving memory of Terry Jullings who sadly passed away on 1st October 2020

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Julie Griffiths donated in memory of Terry

Remembering a very special man.
Love Julie & Andy, Pete & Elaine xx

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Claire Simmonds wrote

Thinking of you all today. Loads of love Norman, Julie, Rob, Claire, Harry & Louise xxx

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Lorraine Luff wrote

uncle Terry you was one in a million you was kind, caring and funny I have many memories of our time together I will cherish these forever .You are together now with Auntie Anne give Auntie a kiss and big hug from me lots and lots of love Lorraine xxx ❤❤❤

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Joy Bullen donated £20 in memory of Terry

Dearest Terry- Your are now back with your beloved Annie. You can now both sleep peacefully together again. Happy Memories from our hearts. Never forgotten.
Our love Joy Ian Hannah & Andrew xx

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  • Uncle Terry-Thank you for the memories of you and auntie Anne picking me up from school every Wednesday. Thank you for all the hot days spent in your garden messing around in the swimming pool. Thank you that every memory I have of you and auntie Anne, are ones of love happiness and joy. You both have been and will always be in my head, my heart, and my prayers. You will never be forgotten Rest in peace forever my uncle Terry and auntie Anne XxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxX Andrew

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  • To a very special Godfather! - It has been an absolute pleasure knowing you and Auntie Anne i have lots of great memories spending time at your house, going out on outings and you teaching me to play cards which i have passed onto my Eva & Theo. Auntie Anne made us some great meals and you both took such good care of us. You will be so missed the pair of you as my Godparents but you are now together and will remain in my hearts forever. Rest in peace both of you Love you always Hannah, Eva, Theo & Julian xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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So missed x

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Robert Simmonds donated in memory of Terry
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Robert Simmonds wrote

Such a lovely man always so happy, Rest in peace with your beautiful wife Anne xxx

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John and Meryl Pearce donated £20 in memory of Terry

Terry it was an absolute pleasure knowing you and your beloved Anne over the years. What lovely memories we have of the parties and weekends away with your family and friends.
Rat in peace together again.
God bless John, Meryl, Emma and Melanie xx

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Carli Webb donated in memory of Terry

Of all the men in my life, you were truly the easiest man to love, although I bet Auntie would disagree on occasion! I hope wherever you both are, it’s as beautiful as you were. Love forever Carli xx

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John and Lesley McGlone donated in memory of Terry
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John and Lesley McGlone wrote

Terry
It was an absolute privilege having you and Anne as our neighbours for the past 36 years
We will never forget the family gatherings in your house or ours
You were always a support to our family as you watched our kids grow up and were there in times of need
Our family are all the better for knowing you both
God Bless
Till we meet again🙏

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Matthew Ball wrote

The outings in the school holidays, sandwiches and swimming at Brighton beach in November! Traveling down in the old banger! Jokes, card games, Disney films at the cinema, more for you than us, I think! A nice cup of tea and a custard cream, blossom on THAT tree and Knockholt! It’s no exaggeration to say you were one in a million. I can’t quite believe you’ve gone. We will love you forever. Rest in peace Uncle Terry, love to Auntie. Matt, Hayley and Family xx
ps: sorry you never won the pools or lottery!!
♥️

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Matthew Ball donated £20 in memory of Terry

The outings in the school holidays, sandwiches and swimming at Brighton beach in November. Traveling down in the old banger! Jokes, card games, fried egg sandwiches, Disney films at the cinema, I think, more for you than us! I nice cup of tea and a custard cream. Fairies at the bottom of the garden that left sweets at our bedroom door. I can’t quite believe you’ve gone. We will love you always. Rest in peace with Auntie - Matt, Hayley and family xx ♥️

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Mary Margaret donated in memory of Terry

Memories will always bring a smile and I will keep them in my heart. Thank you for always being there for me, the only comfort is that you and Anne are together now. You’ll both have my love forever.

Mary Margaret xx

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Lesley & Mick Langman donated in memory of Terry

With all our love

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Lesley & Mick Langman donated in memory of Terry

With all our love

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Lesley & Mick Langman wrote

Terry and Anne together again. We love and miss you both so much. Thank you for the happy memories - all our love forever.

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