Graham Cook (24 Sep 1975 - 25 Nov 2021)

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Location
Seven Hills Crematorium Felixstowe Road Ipswich IP10 0FG
Date
15th Dec 2021
Time
9.45am
Funeral Director
Southgate & Roberts Funeral Directors

In loving memory of Graham Cook who sadly passed away on 25th November 2021, aged 46 years.

"Ex Smoker of 27 years and now a keen Vaping enthusiast and #NoSmallCreator"

Graham was a loving partner and father.

Graham came across as a grumpy thing, but was the warmest kindest person. He went out of his way to help and support people. His sense of humour always had everyone laughing, even when it was a cringe worthy joke. He helped so many people over the years, in so many different ways.

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Janet Firman donated in memory of Graham

Graham you were tough on the outside but a good friend with support and advice when needed. Sleep tight

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Sarah Robinson donated £20 in memory of Graham

Forever missed and loved. 💔

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Cheryl Radziszewski donated £30 in memory of Graham

Hi Graham
remembering all the times you cheered us up in the morning with your unique sense of humour, which would set us up for the day. You were so helpful to us old girls on the legacy team. you always helped us especially with IT. till we meet again CHUCKxx love Pat Cheryl Anglea xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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Lucy Adams wrote

Rest in peace Graham. I'm grateful for the time I got to know you and I loved our chats about all things paranormal. You will be missed, but I'm waiting for you to pop by at work and try to scare us 😁 today was a lovely send off and I'm sure you were watching and laughing too! Fly high 😇

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James Dunne donated £10 in memory of Graham

All that advice didnt go to waste.. Just like that sense if humour... and No way you're famous! Bro I'm gonna miss ya man! Big love

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Lisa Fryer donated £20 in memory of Graham

In memory of Graham who was an all round decent guy who would help anyone. Enjoyed working with you over the years and still can’t believe you’ve gone. Rest peacefully. Xxx

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Kelly Weeding donated in memory of Graham

Graham, one of a kind and one of life’s characters. Will miss our chats, laughs and all your advice on everything vaping, always on hand to change my coil when needed! Still hard to believe you are no longer with us but memories will live on. Thoughts are with all your family and especially Heather and Rebel xx

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Caprice Bailey wrote

Thankyou for the laughs and chats graham, Fly high. you will be missed. x

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Gayle Jones donated £10 in memory of Graham

Graham
We argued every morning, and both thoroughly enjoyed it. I think the 'youth' call it banter, but that good old row set us up for the day.
The grumpy persona didn't wash with any of us. You were kind and thoughtful once we scratched away the surface.
I won't forget when I had my snot and tears meltdown on the MS Teams meeting you were the first to contact me (ultimately to take the mickey, but just what I needed).
Wherever you are, give 'em hell!
Gayle x

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Lyn Buitenhuis donated in memory of Graham

I cant believe you have gone fella. I cant thank you enough for getting me through lock down and always being on the end of the phone. You will be missed mate even though you always said people didn't like you (and you didn't care) but people did like you and we will all miss our grumpy Graham. You will always have a place in my heart. take care x

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Clare Siddle donated £20 in memory of Graham

Can’t believe that Grumpy G is no longer with us xx

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Andrea Woolcott donated £50 in memory of Graham

Rest In Peace Graham. Much love. xxxx

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Andrea Woolcott wrote

Graham, I knew you for 10 years as my Niece's life partner. I classed you as my Nephew-in-law. You loved and looked after my Niece, for which I will be always grateful to you. You made me, Andy and Lee laugh the times we saw you either in person or on Zoom. There will be a Graham shaped hole in our family and our lives forever. I'm so sorry you are no longer with us, but I hope you rest in peace and watch-over Heather from up above. Lots of Love Andrea, Andy, Lee & Haz. xxx

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Heather Stafford wrote

From the moment I met him, I knew I wanted to share my life with him. I’m so happy that I had Graham in my life. He was a loving, kind and caring man. He was always there for me and I cannot imagine the rest of my life without him.

I love you Graham, you are the love of my live and my best friend and this year
more than ever, all I want for Christmas is you.

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  • I remember how happy Graham was when you started your relationship journey and when Rebel completed your family. Keep those happy memories Heather. Sending love and hugs xxxxxxx

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Heidi Walls wrote

I never had the opportunity to meet Graham. But I've had many conversations with him. He had an amazing soul! When my husband passed he sent such kind words. When I was in a dark place, he checked on my mental health. Love and light my friend. You will forever be missed.

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Antonio Sanchez wrote

You know it's hard to leave these type of messages. Exspecially when you care allot about someone. Graham was a guy that had great sense of humor, he could be Mr grumpy pants and he could also be a great and wonderful friend when you need him.
I know I live in US and never met him in person. But from knowing him over the years he turned into a great friend. Someone that would try and help if he could. He also liked giving you a hard time while doing it. Lol If you knew him you know what I am talking about. He had the best toilet humor. He should of written a book for people to read. I know I would of bought it. Lol
I Know physical body may not be here no more. But I don't believe a person really dies. I believe as long as you keep them in your heart keep telling stories and listen for them when they need to talk. They never do really die. That why I guess paranormal is what brought me to meeting him and all my wonderful Darksiders , Karl and Nat and Heather. My very long distance friends and family. You all are great. Graham would say. Hold on I'm pooing lol
Just as long as we don't lose those stories and his spirit I think he will always be here with us. Except now watching us poo....
Lots of prayers and love Graham aka Vug

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Graham. When he had posted a pic and wanted to fix the grass. I went helped him edit this photo. I was happy too exspecially he knows how to edit and do so much. So It was an honor to do so for him 🙂

Graham. When he had posted a pic and wanted to fix the grass. I went helped him edit this photo. I was happy too exspecially he knows how to edit and do so much. So It was an honor to do so for him 🙂

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Sarah Holmes wrote

Sending love and deepest condolences. Graham made datv feel like family on the chat and on the group. I'll miss his fantastic wit and empathy. Much love to his dearest ones. Fly high matey <3

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Sarah Holmes donated £5 in memory of Graham

With love xxx

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kerry lloyd wrote

Graham, cant get you out my thoughts and dont think this will happen soon you will always be remembered by me as a good friend. chatting for hours laughing joking putting the worlds to rights. Heaven gained an angel i hope you are causing as much trouble up there as down here love always kiz neil and boys keep it cloudy x 💜💜

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