Jay Lee Passey (12 Jun 1991 - 7 Feb 2021)

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Location
St Mary's Church Hillfield Lane, Stretton Burton Upon Trent DE13 0HD
Date
12th Mar 2021
Time
2pm
Funeral Director
T J Parry & Family Funeral Directors Ltd

Jay passed away suddenly on 6th February 2021, aged 29 years. Devoted husband to Kirsty, the best dad to Mason, Millie, Morgan, Mathew and Marleigh, loving son of Tracey and Mark, stepson to Sue, much loved son in law to Ian and Angela, brother to Chad and Elliot, uncle to Peyton, Maddison and Betsie, nephew to Steve and Wayne, brother in law to Katie, Courtney, Scott and Lizzie, grandson of the late Janet, June and Geoff and a special friend to many. Not forgetting his good friends, Del, Rodders and Trigger.

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Scott Mckernan wrote

In the bleak midwinter bro!!

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Scott Mckernan wrote

Jay you may not have been my brother by blood but you were sure as hell my brother by choice and all my life that i knew you, you were always good to me always someone yo just enjoy bein around you were funny nice a joker had a funny laugh and was a propper good dad to the kids and the best man my sister kirsty couldve had, imma miss you and our long convos about peaky blinders or planning days out for car rides or talkin about life and money and all that and imma always miss you cus your the brother i never had gonna miss you takin the mick outta me wif peaky blinders or our jokes about everythin and takin the mick outta eachother imma miss havin you around and hearin ya funny laugh or goin out on days out wif you and the fam and imma just miss you in general best brother couldve asked for you my bro by law aha rest in peace bro ill hold you to them plans we made up there cus you owe me them❤️🕊

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Annabel Terry donated £10 in memory of Jay

Sorry to hear this sad news, he was a lovely man, thinking about his wife, his children and the family. Rest in peace

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Sarah Simpson donated £10 in memory of Jay

Love and thoughts to your beautiful wife and family at this devastating time. Taken too soon.x

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Zoe Fox donated in memory of Jay

Such a kind caring man who will be missed by me and the family. Rest in peace God bless x

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Shantell Westall donated £10 in memory of Jay

Sorry for your lost Kirsty I’m thinking of you and them beautiful babies xxxxx

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Mason Millie morgan Mathew Marleigh wrote

Daddy, you was the greatest no one could ever compare to you, you was our strength, our play mate, our hero. We miss you so much and love you so much more. We’ve been brave and we’ve been strong just like you, we search the stars for you every night. We have our very own special guardian angel now, our daddy ❤️ Xxxx

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Pat Ward wrote

Watched you grow up,cant believe you left us at such a young age,will always remember you being so funny your love for only fools & horses,but most of all what a really hard working and devoted dad you was,but you live on in your 5 little M&Ms they all look so much like you R.I.P jay xxx

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Katie Mckernan wrote

Jay, you will always be missed, we share some great memories, with our talks about who the best doctor was, and when you'd shove your phone in my face everytime you came, requesting korean or Chinese from me to see if I actually knew anything, you was a brilliant dad, and we all will miss you and your smile, R.I.P now brother for one last time
我们会想念你的兄弟.

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