Terence Michael Thorne (16 May 1955 - 10 Jun 2021)

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CISWO Mansfield

Funeral Service

Location
St John's Church 1 Nottingham Road Hucknall, Nottingham NG15 7QN
Funeral Director
A.W. Lymn Hucknall

Burial Details

Location
Hucknall Cemetery Broomhill Road Hucknall, Nottingham NG15 7QH

In loving memory of Terence Michael Thorne who sadly passed away on 10th June 2021 aged 66 years.
Loving husband of Amanda Thorne, Mum Francis Thorne and now reunited with his beloved dad Thomas (TUT) Thorne brother to Giles and Ann, dad of Justin Ryan Tayla and Russell , step dad to Chelsea and Jodie, grandad to many and also great grandad .
Born in hucknall, a great sportsman in football and cricket as a youngster, a well respected leader of men on the coal face as a chargeman for many years starting at hucknall colliery then Thoresby colliery known as Tut. He enjoyed forest football, horse racing, cricket, golf and swimming . But most of all he was a huge family man who loved having everyone around him and is loved and missed dearly.

Karen Fairy wrote

One of the nicest people I had the pleasure of meeting RIP Tut x

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Offline donation: Elaine & Glyn Gascolgne donated in memory of Terence
Offline donation: Mr & Mrs D L Hallam & Mr & Mrs Smalley donated in memory of Terence
Offline donation: Collection at St John's Church donated in memory of Terence
Offline donation: Ann Giles & Family donated in memory of Terence
Offline donation: Martin Baci donated in memory of Terence
Offline donation: Beverley Bailey donated in memory of Terence
Offline donation: Roy Marriott donated in memory of Terence
Offline donation: Janet, Andy, Jade & Chris & Families donated in memory of Terence
Offline donation: George Daws donated in memory of Terence
Offline donation: Alan Cranshaw donated in memory of Terence
John Carter wrote

RIP Terry have some great memories of working with you and days at the races sleep well cuddy x

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Carol Giles wrote

Thinking of you all on this sad day. Love to you all. Aunty Carol, Sharon, Natasha and Jazmin xx

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Mark Chawner wrote

Thinking of you all today on this sad day
RIP Chargeman xx

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Ruth Thorne wrote

To the most amazing father in law anyone could wish for .. a amazing man who I’m going to miss always.. rest in peace Terry

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Ann Singleton wrote

You want say I’m gonna miss you so much my big brother always there for me in good times and bad , the best brother in the whole wide world I love you ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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Adrian Disney wrote

Crikey were do you start, tut a absolute legend worked with him many times,put the world to rights even more,massive chargemen looked after his lads and more,don't think there's a miner that spent any time with you,will never think of you and not smile RIP bud,watch them quil shafts.

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Anthony Kirby wrote

My Deepest condolences to all Tuts family. Worked many times with Tut and sons Justin and Ryan. Brilliant charge man, always looked after his work mates and always gave advice and banter. A True Legend. Till we meet again pal. Rest In Peace Tut.

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Alan Colton wrote

Deepest condolences to tuts family we worked together for many years we had our ups and downs but one thing is for sure you were a top bloke and a brilliant charge man and I had total respect for you r.i.p tut

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Andrew Ward wrote

Thinking of all Tuts family & sending them all my love. To my friend Tut I send you all the memories I I I have of you when I was your gate feeder driver
A true Legend

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