Alan Rose (11 May 1936 - 30 Jul 2021)

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Location
Poole Crematorium Gravel Hill Broadstone BH17 9BQ
Date
19th Aug 2021
Time
11am
Funeral Director
Nicholas O’Hara Funeral Directors Ltd, Wimborne

In loving memory of Alan Rose who sadly passed away on 30th July 2021

Donations will benefit the 'Brick by Brick Fund' the new Macmillan Unit Appeal

Colin Fry donated £50 in memory of Alan

Alan was the "Ultimate Professional Detective", held in the highest esteem by Junior and Senior officers alike. I admired him tremendously and was able to enjoy the occasional golf day with him after retirement,but never won! Rest in Peace Alan

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Roger Thompson donated £50 in memory of Alan

I was very sad at the loss of Alan who was a very good detective, always a gentleman and a very good boss. He was also always very good company.
He will be sadly missed.

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Ian White donated £50 in memory of Alan

Dedication made earlier

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Trevor Rose donated in memory of Alan

Will always be remembered and never forgotten.
Remember hitting you on the head with a toy gun and you never even thumped me!!

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Ray Jenkins donated in memory of Alan
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Rosemary Berrie donated £20 in memory of Alan
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Ray Jenkins wrote

My late wife and I have known Alan and his wife since 1957 and spent many times together. I will miss him although he will never be forgotten.

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  • Ray, I know this is a sad time, but so nice to see your name again after all these years. Please contact me via sandgeo2@bigpond.com

    Posted by George on 24/08/2021 Report abuse
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Cynthia Weight wrote

Alan was a wonderful friend to me and my late husband Brian who he worked with. Brian admired him so much.

My heartfelt sympathy goes out to Diane my really good friend.

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Cynthia Weight donated £100 in memory of Alan

Such a good friend both to my late husband Brian and myself, he will be greatly missed.

My heartfelt Sympathy goes out to Diane such a wonderful friend.

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Keith Barrass donated in memory of Alan

A man with humour, a man with care and understanding. Simply - a good man. Travel safely.

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William John Curnock donated in memory of Alan

Always very well respected.

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Sue and David Barnes donated in memory of Alan

When we moved in to our new house two years ago, Alan and Diane welcomed us from day one and became not just wonderful neighbours but lovely friends. We will miss Alan and send our love to Diane and her family x

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Paul Bompas donated in memory of Alan

The kindness shewn to me by Alan when I was widowed in 1987 will never be forgotten. A truly good man.

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Ian and Vera White wrote

Remembering Alan our dear friend and golfing partner. Many happy hours on and off the course.

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Lisa Walter donated £10 in memory of Alan

Uncle Alan was a real inspiration to me growing up. I looked up to him as a young child in complete awe as to how he had gone from such humble beginnings in small town Trowbridge to the top of his career in the police. He was a lovely man and will be very missed

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Mike Hansford donated £50 in memory of Alan

Best boss I ever had by streets!

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Clare Ody donated £20 in memory of Alan

Alan was a dear family friend,
treasured memories. Our deepest sympathy to Diane and family, thinking of you all, Clare and Keith Ody

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Annette & James Power donated in memory of Alan

In loving memory of Alan Rose, a dear friend and colleague.

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George Eldridge wrote

My very deepest sympathy to Diane. Served with Alan for many years in the Bournemouth Force and had so many great times playing in the Police team together and socially at Bear Cross. I always admired his professionalism in The Job and his rise in the police ranks was more than deserved. Such sad news. George, Mount Beauty, Australia.

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