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Mr Joseph Bloggs - 1st Dec 1960 to 3rd Dec 2013

Mr Joseph Bloggs

 Peacefully at home, on Monday 2nd December 2013. Joseph, Beloved Husband, Father and Grandfather, lost his fight with cancer.

His Funeral service will take place on Friday 6th December at Trinity Church at 11.00pm

All Friends, Colleagues and Family are respectfully invited.

The Family request that Donations are made to Macmillan Cancer Support in lieu of Flowers.

If you wish you may make a charitable donation from the following link:

Macmillan Cancer Support

Mr Joseph Bloggs

Joe was a devoted Husband, Father and Grandfather and took great pride in his families achievements.

He had a great love of life and was always involved in activities in his local church and community.

His passion over the past twenty years has been as coach to the local football team where he worked with various age groups and took pride in watching his pupils go on to play at a higher level.

His job as a Postman meant that not only did he serve his Local Community, but he became friends with many and regularly performed acts of kindness by checking up on some of his more senior customers as he went about his duties, often returning later with urgent food or medicines.

In recent years he was delighted when he became a Grand Dad but could not understand why everyone was cross when he appeared at the Maternity Ward with a football for his Grand Daughter.

Add your message to the book of condolence:

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Johnny (Football player)
Thanks for all your help and I hope I can make you proud.
Frank (Colleague)
Joe we will miss you.
Tom (Friends and Customer)
Joseph will be missed, he always came to the rescue when I couldn't get to the shops. One of life's gems.
Peter (Colleague)
Joe was one in a million. He was always there to help and give advice. He will be missed.
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If you wish you may make a charitable donation from the following link:

The Family would like to thank everyone for their king words of sympathy and support and for their Donations to Macmillan Cancer Support. 

We would also like to thank the Macmillan Cancer Nurses and all the Doctors and Medical Staff for their care and support in these past few months.

The Local Undertaker for ensuring that his final journey was dignified and went smoothly.

The Local Minister for Spiritual Care and for leading the service and the Church Music Group for their uplifting music.

Finally, His Football Team for forming a Guard of Honour. he would have appreciated that!


Recent Messages of Condolence

Johnny - Football player
Thanks for all your help and I...
Frank - Colleague
Joe we will miss you.
Tom - Friends and Customer
Joseph will be missed, he alwa...
Peter - Colleague
Joe was one in a million. He w...