Clive Laurence Rudd (9 Jun 1954 - 8 Jan 2021)

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Funeral Service

Location
Stafford Crematorium Tixall Road Stafford ST18 0XZ
Date
4th Feb 2021
Time
2pm
Funeral Director
Jennifer Ashe & Son Funeral Directors, Hednesford

In loving memory of Clive Laurence Rudd who sadly passed away on 8th January 2021

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Chris Harper donated £20 in memory of Clive

Clive did a lot for Midlands Air Ambulance by raising money on countless occasions x

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Chris & Caroline Harper donated £20 in memory of Clive

Clive would be happy that people have been kind enough to donate to a good cause x

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Nicola Evans wrote

So many great memories we have of you Clive. Ones that we will talk about & treasure forever. Thank you so much for everything you did for us, especially for being a fantastic grandad (Clivross) always! The children are so blessed to have had you in their lives, they couldn’t have wished for more. For that we are truly grateful. 🙏 It’s hard to believe you are gone and to think of life without you here. To know that you are no longer suffering helps us. You will live on in our hearts and minds forever. Rest in Peace Clive. Love always ❤️

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  • Lovely tribute thank you 🙏

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Happy times 💖

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Janet Rudd wrote

There's so many good memories, but one of the loveliest that I'll remember was when Clive came home one day and said, "I've got something to show you". I went into the back garden and there were two boxes. One had a mother hen and ten chicks, the other had two what we thought were ducklings but they turned into goslings and then geese. Clive said that he'd bought them from Penkridge auction because he heard someone say they were going to buy them to feed to the snakes.

We kept these for the summer period and Clive built a pen for the chicks and a little house for the geese. He even made a little hospital for a sick chick. Eventually, in the autumn, they went off to local farms.

Clive, you will be missed, RIP xx

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Katie Edwards wrote

RIP Clive xxx

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Katie Edwards wrote

RIP Clive, From Paul & family xxx

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Zoe Evans wrote

I remember the first day I met Clive, he walked into my office at work, introduced himself, sat opposite me and watched and listened to me work without saying a word, if that would have been anyone else I would have most likely felt on edge but I did not feel that way in the slightest, from that point on we weren't only work colleagues but friends and Stewart and I are blessed that Clive walked into our lives, I could write pages upon pages of memories and stories and adventures, one of my favourite memories that I retold when Stewart told me Clive had passed was the time he came to work with the biggest box of biscuits, I didn't need to know where they had come from 😊 but Clive asked what my favourite biscuit was, Jammy Dodgers was my reply, we then proceeded to have a very important meeting for 3 hours munching our way through several packets of biscuits amd copious amountd of tea, with strict instructions given that we should not be disturbed. Stewart and Clive always used to sneak off for Rhubarb crumble and Custard too 😊 and could make each other laugh in an instant, like 2 naughty school boys.

Clive always wanted the best for us, pushed you to be the best person you could possibly be, would believe in you when no one else would, he was one in a million.

Clive it was an honour and a blessing to know you. RIP xx

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  • Thank you so very much for your lovely memories with Clive xx

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  • This is a lovely photo Chris x Thank you.

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Chris Harper wrote

Clive, you will be missed by all those that knew and loved you, especially the grandchildren of which you were the best grandad to.

A huge character, always on the go. Going from one venture to another, to try and make some good money, but more so to help others. If I could only help a small percentage of people that you must have done, I’d be happy.

When I was teenager, Clive was always bringing home things that would catch my eye. It could be anything from a crossbow to 17 bottles of Champagne (sorry about that time me and my mates drank them all whilst you and mom were away!)

One of my favourite memories, and also Clive’s, was when he brought back home a Co2 powered pellet gun when I was 16. One night when alone at home, something spooked me so I grabbed the gun and took it upstairs. I was shaking and accidentally pulled the trigger and shot into my bedside drawers. Clive loved to remember that story. Really tickled him!

Clive, Rest in Peace. You are no longer in any pain and I’m sure you’re already having a good time with family that had gone before you.

Until we meet again, Chris X

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  • Lovely Chris, summed him up well. X

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Hayley and Mark Rose wrote

Thinking of u all at this very sad time Clive was a lovely man he helped mark when he was doin his charity bike rides , and we always enjoyed our nights out at the rotary club race nights that he invited us to , rip no more suffering xx

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  • Thank you both. Xx

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Ashley Rudd wrote

To the world's number one dad.
Thank you for a lifetime of memories and life lessons you have given to me. I could call you at anytime of day and you would always give me the best words of advice.
I will always remember the stories you used to tell me.
Il be thinking of you everyday and il see you again soon
I love you dad ❤🤜🤛

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  • Lovely message Ashley. Your dad would be very proud of you. 😘 He loved you so much. ❤️❤️

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Karen Locke wrote

Rip Clive, you will be greatly missed and touched so many hearts xxx

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Valerie Edwards wrote

Clive I shall miss you so much, you you were always so good to me , even though you were so ill I saw you suffer all these last months. I am glad you are out of pain now So rest in peace and you will never be forgotten. Love from Val. R.I. P. ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

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Philip and Kath Saunders donated £10 in memory of Clive

So sad for the loss of my cousin, Clive, a very good man who would come and find you if you needed help, and that's a rare gift in a human being. Clive will always be much loved and remembered by us both xxx

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