James William Brown 'Jim' (27 Jan 1936 - 28 Feb 2021)

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JamesBritish Heart Foundation

£785.00 + Gift Aid of £115.00
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Location
West Suffolk Crematorium, Abbey Chapel Risby Bury St Edmunds IP28 6RR
Date
25th Mar 2021
Time
12.30pm
Funeral Director
Andrew Bingham Independent Funeral Services

In loving memory of James William Brown 'Jim' who sadly passed away on 28th February 2021, aged 85 years. Due to current restrictions, attendance is by invitation only. Donations if desired for the British Heart Foundation may be sent care of Andrew Bingham or made via the just giving link.

Valerie Hearne donated £20 in memory of James
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Valerie Hearne wrote


REST IN PEACE JIM. LOVE VALERIE

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Derek and Shirley Paris donated £20 in memory of James
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Derek and Shirley Paris wrote

So so sorry not to have been able to see you as much as we would have liked in these covid lockdown times but you will always be there when we remember times like :- " the out of control rotisary" , " the chap knocking on the tent" , the ever laughable "wooden eye" joke and digging the builders dumper out of your garden in Mendlesham. Happy memories that bring you and Dorothy flooding back. RIP Jim with Dol, up there..

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Jenni Burton donated £20 in memory of James

You always had a smile when we met & I have such fond memories of the great family gatherings with all my cousins when we met up at John Brown’s bungalow ( Jim’s Dad).

You will be missed & your memories cherished.

Much love

Jenni Glenn Hannah Angus & Peter xx

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Donna cooper donated £30 in memory of James

Dear jim..we miss you so much i think of you every day..it was an honour to care for such a lovely man xx

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Sail on Dad

Sail on Dad

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Steve Brown donated £20 in memory of James

Thank you everyone for your kind messages and donations given in memory of our Father.
Steve.

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Michael & Marlene Bone donated £20 in memory of James
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Michael, Marlene and family Bone wrote

The first time I met you Jim, was when you came to Poona Lawn to take Dorothy out on your first date. I was 15 years old and in the garden you came, in your dads sit up and beg Ford Popular. You were home on leave from the merchant navy and you looked very smart, as you were wearing a suit. My lasting impression of that meeting was that you were the first person to treat me as an adult and not a kid.
Rest in Peace Jim, we will both miss you popping in for a coffee.
Lots of love
Michael, Marlene and family

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Stanley Earles donated £100 in memory of James

From the Earles Family

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Emma Brown wrote

Thank you for being an amazing grandad. Missing you lots.

Emma, George and Harvey xxx

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Emma Brown donated £30 in memory of James
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Emma Brown wrote

Thank you for being an amazing grandad. We miss you loads.

Love Emma, George and Harvey xxx

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Andrew & Val Booth donated £30 in memory of James

We were all so very sorry to hear the news of your dad. Such a warm hearted & loving uncle. We will miss the grin & the 'pipe'.

Love, Andy, Val & family

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Susan Booth wrote

We were all so sorry to hear the news of your dad. Such a warm hearted & loving uncle. Always very welcoming when we visited. We will miss the grin & the pipe!

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Susan Booth donated £50 in memory of James

Loving memories of a very dear brother. Sue xxx

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Margaret, Sue & Jim

Margaret, Sue & Jim

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Susan Booth wrote

Mum used to speak about childhood memories. Jim emptying out the Whisky from a bottle just because he wanted the cork! Her & Jim playing in 'The Spinney' and as they grew older the noise of his motor bike coming up the lane, would let his mum know he was on his way home.
Mum loved spending time with both Margaret & Jim.
If she could say it now, she would say "I miss and love him".

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Richard Booth donated £30 in memory of James

Uncle Jim, Always a smile and a crazy idea, whether it was Ganzy the dog for your dad, a double decker bus or mobile chippy, you were loved by us RIP.

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Luke Heeney donated £20 in memory of James

Sending you our very best wishes at this sad time. Please accept our sincere sympathies. Looking forward to catching up whenever possible. Luke & Emma x

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Luke Heeney wrote

Very sorry to hear about your loss. Please accept our sympathy. Hope to see you soon again. Luke and Emma x

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Alan Trickey donated £20 in memory of James

Our thoughts are with you all at this sad time, thinking of you all
Trickey and Linds xx

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Melanie Ozer wrote

We are so sorry to hear the sad news about Jim. We have lots of happy memories of him over the years, he will be missed by us all.
Love Stanley, Melanie, Lucy and all the family.

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Jim and Dorothy's wedding

Jim and Dorothy's wedding

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1955 Jim at sister Margaret and Stanley’s wedding.

1955 Jim at sister Margaret and Stanley’s wedding.

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Jim with his two sisters Margaret (belated) and Susan in their younger years.

Jim with his two sisters Margaret (belated) and Susan in their younger years.

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