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

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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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Justin Ragusa wrote

Clive, Thanks for some great memories, God Bless and Rest In Peace. All of our thoughts and prayers are with Caroline at this difficult time, Love, Linda Ragusa, Justin Ragusa and Zak Ragusa.

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  • Thank you so very much for your message and lighting a candle for Clive.

    Posted by Caroline on 26/01/2021 Report abuse
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Sean James donated £100 in memory of Clive

Very saddened and the passing of Clive, he was old school with old school ways. If there was ever a trick to pull or a penny to earn Clive was on it. Arthur Dailey of Cannock. Honestly I loved this guy to bits. Even at the end when I was speaking to him on the phone and he was telling me about the hospital the only way Clive could. He said “I was even given the all clear’ they even made me ring the bloody bell and everything, what do you make of that” and when I said sorry to hear about him he said “nobody lives forever” He baby sat my son once who was around 8 and when I got back home Clive was fuming. I said what’s up he shouted “that’s it, I’m never babysitting him again, he called me a Fat Slug” I don’t normally cry but I’m crying whilst writing this I will miss him dearly.

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  • Thank you so very much Sean for your donation and also what you have said about Clive. He was so brave and never moaned once about his situation. Xx

    Posted by Caroline on 26/01/2021 Report abuse
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Gladys & Stuart Glover donated in memory of Clive

RIP Clive

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Gladys & Stuart Glover donated in memory of Clive

RIP Clive

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  • Thank you both very much for your donation and remembering Clive xx. Very much appreciated. X

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Deborah Rudd wrote

RIP my wonderful brother..I love and will miss u so much.
I new this day was coming.
It just doesn't feel real.
I long to hear ur voice.
And just to see you smile.
Your now in a place called heaven.
Where all good people go.
Reunited with loved ones
Who went so long ago.
But those on this earth will miss you.
Like you will never know.
I'm proud to call you my brother.
I've know you all my life.
It's so hard to say good bye.
But you are now pain free.
And will suffer now more..
You've left so many memories
Of the kind things that you did.
Your generosity I could never fault. You were a great protector . As to me as grew up.
So please my darling brother. I will think of you every day.
Remembering the golden memories of our yesterday.

Sleep tight Clive in our lords loving arms. Till we meet again.xxx

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Pauline Dutton wrote

Clive always had a brilliant sense of humour. When I went to Turkey with Clive , Caroline and Val, we had a fantastic holiday. I was reading. Book, every time I picked it up I thought, I’m sure I’ve read this, this went on for a while, I then found out that Clive kept moving my bookmark.
Clive was a great person, he was so brave, suffered so much. He is at peace now. God bless you Clive. RIP. Xxx🙏🙏🙏🙏💔💔

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  • That was very true. He was a teaser.

    Posted by Caroline on 15/01/2021 Report abuse
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Happy times 😊

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  • Beautiful foto x

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Caroline Harper wrote

To my darling Clive, I have had you for almost 20 years in my life. You have taken me down many a different path, and I have enjoyed every new adventure. If I hadn’t of met you I would not have been on a mission to hunt down missing computers in Jamaica 🇯🇲. Had to drive a Lara Croft Landrover to Wales, when I had never drove anything like that before. You have been very generous in your life giving lots of time and help to others who needed it. For instance , charitable work and mentoring young vulnerable people. Working at the Glebe Centre, Running job clubs, training people to achieve qualifications to enable them to work. Joining the Rotary Club of Willenhall, where you held the position of President for 1 year. Helping people who came out of prison to gain work. Endlessly raising money for the West Midlands Air Ambulance, British Heart Foundation and the Poppy Appeals through Rotary Club. You also loved children, our grand children, as you were just a big kid at heart. You would do anything for them. When we babysat there were bags full of sweets and chocolate. Cinema visits, also included lots of sweets 🍭, chocolate 🍫 and ice cream 🍦. You bought the loudest of toys, baby drums, trumpets, talking lions 🦁 and teddy bears. Even this summer as you were so poorly, you delighted 😁 in buying water 💦 bombs for Isabelle sitting in the garden laughing 😂 when she was throwing these at her mommy. You told her in a booming voice to shout BOMBS AWAY. Think this came from your love of watching war films and Dads Army. You also loved watching Westerns and Only Fools and Horses. Your interests were varied and wide. You were very interested in everything and were very knowledgeable like the Oricle. You bought lots of love ❤️ and fun 🤩 into mine, our families and our grandchildren’s lives. We will all love and miss you very much, but you will never ever be forgotten. You will live on in our memories and hearts ♥️ ❤️❤️ and we will never ever stop talking about you and our precious moments spent together. I love you 😘 my darling and always will, my very brave soldier. Rest in peace Clive. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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Denise Locke wrote

I was really lucky to have had a brother like Clive. I have so many memories of your generosity and caring towards me and my family. You will be missed so much. Rest in peace love you Denise xx

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  • Xxx

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Kevin Rudd wrote

God bless us bro
Kevin

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Rosemary Hardwick wrote

Your life's journey is at its end, your pain and suffering gone, to all who love and will miss you, be sure he's safe from harm.
Rest in Peace dear brother xx

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Nadine Bate wrote

Lovely man & the best hugs - like a big bear hug , remember when he got my friends off a parking ticket - rip uncle Clive

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Sheena Rudd donated £5 in memory of Clive
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Sheena Rudd wrote

Rip uncle Clive 💙

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Teri Rudd wrote

It doesn't feel real needing to write this message and I am sure there are a lot of people mourning the loss of Clive! He was an amazing uncle when I was growing up, generous to a fault he was. Whether I was stuck for football training or getting the bus back to Harborne from Willenhall, he always had time to offer a lift and would even stop off at the Chinese on the way so I could pick up a Golden Bowl! When I think of Clive, I have the most random memories that I can't help but smile. From the YMCA march in London he took me on, the barge trip on the Birmingham canals, his crazy driving and to the endless part time jobs he gave me to earn some extra pocket money, just so many memories. I feel like I owe some of my work ethic to Clive, as he always had a project on the go and most certainly got me working from an early age! He may be gone, but will not be forgotten. Rest in peace Uncle Clive. xxxxx

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