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Janine wrote

31st May 2020

Uncle Brian you were a fighter right until the end. You were some man thats for sure you kept everyone on there toes. You will be missed and always in our thoughts love janine and Rory ❤

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Cynthia wrote

31st May 2020

To big brother Brian 27 5 2020you fought so hard Brian but your at peace with little sis joy and the rest of all our family i love you and miss you forever till we met again rip Brian big sistercynthia xx

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Scott wrote

31st May 2020

BRIAN you fought many battles to stay with us ,where many would have given up it says something of your characterWe admired your sheer strength . You will be sadly missed.Your little brother Scott and sister in-law Sharonxxxx

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Stuart wrote

30th May 2020

Hi Big brother Brian, My goodness that was some fight you put up, until you could fight no longer. Its time to rest now and join the family in heaven. We will miss you so much, your smile, your laugh, your grumpy days but most of all being your brother and Sister-In- Law. R.I.P until we meet again. Stuart and Irene. xx

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Brenda wrote

29th May 2020

You were a geat friend will miss you rest in peace will always remember you.

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Anthony wrote

28th May 2020

What a friend will miss you may you rest in peace now wee gnome will always remember you 🧙‍♂️rip

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