Des Middlemas (27 Aug 1952 - 15 Sep 2021)

Funeral Service

Location
Sunderland Crematorium Chester Road Sunderland SR4 7RS
Date
28th Sep 2021
Time
2pm
Funeral Director
Andrew Grey Funeral Directors, Houghton Le Spring

Middlemas

Houghton-le-Spring

(Formerly of Fence Houses)

Peacefully in hospital on September 15th after an illness bravely borne surrounded by his loving family aged 69 years, Des. The devoted husband of Mary. The dearly loved dad of Des, Leeanne and Caroline. A loved father-in-law of Tracey and Anthony. A loved brother of Judith, brother-in-law and a much loved grandad of Lewis, Luke, Lucy, Amy, Harrison and Rosie. Friends please meet on Tuesday September 28th for a service in Sunderland Crematorium at 2.00pm. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu kindly received for the work of the Guide Dogs for the Blind. A donation box will be available in the crematorium. All enquiries to Andrew Grey Funeral Directors, 9 North View Terrace, Chilton Moor. Tel: 0191 3857213. Loved and remembered always.

Funeral Director: Mr Andrew Grey

With deepest sympathy from Andrew and staff.

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Vicki Jackman wrote

We are so sorry for your loss. We are thinking of you all. Such a sad time for you. Treasure all of those precious memories. Love, Rob, Vicki and David Todd xXx

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John Wright wrote

15 years at Caterpillar and 10 years at the Phoenix unit working together you became a dear friend. I will miss you and your strong opinions and fantastic humour. My thoughts are with Mary and your family at this sad time.

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  • My dad absolutely loved his time at caterpillar, but he found a new passion when he started at the Phoenix unit, used to love his Wednesdays helping out x

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Sheila Straughan wrote

Rip Des, you’ve left behind a very close family to be proud of who will be a great comfort to each other at this sad time. Fond memories of the driving lessons you gave me when I first came over from Ireland (passed 1st time!! so thank you) Thinking of you all and heartbroken for your loss. Sheila Bill and family xxx

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Caroline Middlemas wrote

Love you dad, thank you for being you, everything you did, grafting your backside off to make sure we had everything we ever could of wanted, for being the best dad and grandad and being devoted to my mam for your entire lives, We couldn’t of asked for a better dad, life will never be the same again, until we meet again. My vow to you is that We will look after my mam for you forever (and I might even learn to drive seem as though you pestered enough about it). I’ll miss our rants on the way to work about politics, scumbags and general life xxxx

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