Dennis Gordon Jennings (10 Mar 1930 - 19 Apr 2014)

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Funeral Service

Location
St James Bermondsey London SE16 4AA
Date
10th May 2014
Time
10.15am
Funeral Director
F.A. Albin & Sons

Burial Details

Location
Camberwell New CemeteryBrenchley GardensSE23 3RD
Date
10th May 2014
Time
11.30am

In loving memory of the late Dennis Gordon Jennings who sadly passed away on 19th April 2014.
A devoted husband, a loving father, a remarkable grandfather, brother and friend.
Dennis is loved and cherished within our hearts forever more xxx

Mark Jennings wrote

Happy Birthday, Dad

- Love you, miss you.

Mark xxx

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Mark Jennings wrote

It's been a year since you passed away, Dad. A year that I've got older (definitely), a year that I've got wiser (debatable); but what isn't open to debate, is that it's been a year that we have all missed you!

Life carries on, wherever we are; we have our good days... and our bad, either as individuals or as a family, but regardless of our trials and tribulations, we all carry your spirit inside of us, each and every day, and will continue to do so for the rest of our lives.

We all love you, so very much.
Mark xx

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Mark Jennings wrote

Dad,

Was a few minutes early when I sent the last message, got my timing messed up! I know it's the 10th!!
Unlike me to be early for anything...


Love you,
Mark xxxx

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Mark Jennings wrote

Dad,

You would've been 85 today. Hope you are enjoying the cups of tea, the "Old Holborn's" and resting your eyes, every now and then.

You're always in my thoughts and always in my heart. Love you and miss you, forever.
Mark xxxx

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Philip wrote

It was an absolute pleasure and privilege to be a part of the wonderful Celebration of your life, today - and an enormous Honour.

What a STAR you are! xx

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Simon Fenn wrote

A wonderful man, very funny, genuine. A great uncle. I will always remember the 'goodie farm' - never did find out where it was !

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Hannah Cassidy wrote

Well Gramps what can I say? I guess you could say that I was your apprentice. You taught me so many key skills, like how to put up a shelf and how to do tiling. I will never forget the day that we spent together on Thursday, teaching me how to tile was a job that you wanted to teach me for so long and you certainly taught me well. Whenever I do a household job in the house now I will never forget what you said, "you're doing too many things at once, take your time, you've got all the time in the world".
You are so wise and knowing. All the wonderful stories that you shared with me, the boys and Lindy Lou were truly spectacular, each one of them telling a different tale.
Even though you are not here in the flesh I know that in spirit you will watch over me and guide me throughout my life. In each one of us is a part of you that will live on, you have made me the person that I am today. I am honored to be able to call you my Granddad.
I know that this is not the end, for it is just a "I'll see you later". My love for you is indescribable. Lots of love Hannah xxx

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Debbie Nolan wrote

You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Debbie and Jim and Lorraine and Colin.
T22 at Seaview.

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Katie wrote

In loving memory of Uncle Den x

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Family wrote

Thank you for all your wonderful messages and kind donations
Please let the SUN shine 0n Saturday
it is one thing that is out of my control

It can rain after 1.00 pm

All the greats have left us by
gone to the light way up high
shall I see you in the clouds
or in a rainbow
or in a sunbeam

can you feel my love for you
the strength you gave me is so true
I will be strong and brave
as you always are Daddy my Hero
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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Claire wrote

In memory of a true gentleman, Dennis Jennings.

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Priscilla wrote

Where do people go to when they die?
Somewhere down below or in the sky?
‘I can’t be sure ‘ he said ‘but it seems
They simply set up home inside our dreams’

Dear Den what a pleasure to have known you "babe" When i'm at the van i will still always hear "hello gal has he gone home" and know your'e still keeping an eye on us all
You will be greatly missed but have left a legacy behind with your dear Joan lovely children and so precious grandchildren. May you rest peacefully Den
X until we meet again

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Terry, Sue and family Parker wrote

Denny was always great company with a wonderful sense of humour. His karaoke sessions at Suzanne and John's were a joy to behold. We will miss him very much. Our thoughts are with you all at this time.

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Priscilla wrote

A true gent and a very big loss
Sleep peacefully Den many many smiles left behind to remember you by

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Claire wrote

Do not weep for me because I am not here, the words I've heard so many times. I believe these words now more than ever. So much of Dennis is so deeply ingrained in his family. A true gentleman, a funny, intelligent, clever man who loved those who loved him so deeply. All this lives on in those around us, in moments of sorrow remember the love and joy he gave.

Claire and family
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