Shaun Alan Haslam (1 Jun 1977 - 2 Dec 2020)

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Location
South Leicestershire Crematorium Foston Road Countesthorpe LE8 5QP
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Richard Ward Funeral Services Ltd

In loving memory of Shaun Alan Haslam who sadly passed away on 2nd December 2020

Natalie Bartlett donated £20 in memory of Shaun

In loving memory of Shaun, with all our love Natalie Matt and all the kids xxxx

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Shaun ( Shauny) our brother ❤️ Forever ❤️Always in our hearts

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Gary Phillis donated in memory of Shaun

Always remembered. Love Susan and Gary.

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Beverley Haslam posted a picture

Shaun’s beautiful little family Ashley, Nicole Grandkids Riley,Taylor & Jenson xx

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I love you so much dad xxxx

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The first time you met your first grandson. You bought him so many things when you came to pick him up. He looked up at you in awe as you carried him to the car and took us home. You were an amazing grandad we all miss you so much xx

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You always made me laugh dad, I miss hearing your funny stories and your infectious laughter xxxx

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Ashley Haslam wrote

Dad, you were a great dad to me and coley and a amazing grandad to riley, Taylor and Jenson. We all love you and miss you so much. Our hearts are forever shattered from losing you. I will always remember the good memories we had with you, you would always try your best to take me and nicole out when we were younger, bradgate park, swimming, foxton locks, the park and even with my kids you still made an effort to take us places, the park, bowling on rileys birthday, out for food and we had made plans to go out for another day at the park again when the weather got better. You always brought a cake/dessert to have with a cuppa and a packet of sweets plus a little toy car for the boys to play with when you came over, even if you didnt have much money left at the end of the month you still wanted to treat us. I will never forget the little things like that dad. I cant put into words how much we all miss and love you and i wish i had told you more often. I took for granted that you would always be there for me when I needed you most, I hope you are watching over us dad, I hope you can see how much you are truly loved and missed. All our love from ash, coley, riley, tay and jj xxxxxxxx

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We love you lots xxxxx

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Joanne Barry wrote

I love you lots and I will miss you so much till we meet again bro xxxxx rest in peace angel xxx❤️❤️

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My darling son Shaun this is just one of the happy memories we shared . Missing you so much and asking why you where taken so soon RIP love mum 💙💙💙

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Linky Links wrote

My condolences to Shauns family.
Shaun or Claude and I knew him all though I can't remember why is was Claude. He was always happy to help always had a tale to tell and all with a cheeky smile on his face. Sad news that our paths will never cross again but I will remember the times they did with a cheeky smile on my face.

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Carl Solloway wrote

To a brilliant and kind friend and work colleague, alas we lost touch over the years but always in my heart.
Rest in peace Shaun, you will be sorely missed by all.
All our love to Shaun's family and friends xx

Carl, Helen and family

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