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David Scott

April 21, 1965 ~ September 13, 2022

David Scott, 57, of Vero Beach passed away peacefully at home on September 13th, 2022, following a brief illness.

 

He was born in Stannington, Northumberland, UK on April 21st, 1965, to Ronnie and Elli Ioanou. From the Northeast coast of England to the Southeast coast of Florida, he united two countries and families forever.

 

He was preceded in death by his father, Ronnie Scott Sr. He is survived by his wife, Tonya; children Katie Scott (Darren) of Sunderland, UK; twin sons James and Lee Scott, Ryan Wooley (Sammie Jo) all of Amble, UK; Jessi Traverso (Justin) of Vero Beach; grandchildren Effie Kate Armstrong, Millie Scott, Logan and Rio Scott, and Johnson and Cohen Traverso; brother Ronnie Scott (June), sister Kathleen Lunn (Derrick) both of Amble, UK; and numerous nieces and nephews.

 

David was a true “diamond in the ruff” who never met a stranger. After high school he spent many years as a commercial cod fisherman in the North Sea. He was an avid music lover and “Journey’s” biggest fan, a geography and history buff, enjoyed training dogs and had a passion for the elderly. His prized German Sheppard, Clipper, was one of his greatest loves. In 2013, David crossed the pond to start a new chapter of his life with Tonya. They had 10 years of love, laughter, and enjoying the simple things in life together.  Separated by distance but not in spirit, his skype conversations with his daughter Katie were the highlight of his day, and he was very much looking forward to meeting his newest granddaughter, Effie Kate in the coming year. He was “Grumpy” to his grandsons in Florida and every child in the neighborhood.

 

After relocating to Vero Beach in 2020, he became a part of the Sam’s Club family and loved his job, his co-workers, and his customers. The family would like to thank the management team for their kindness and support during this most difficult time. David was the kindest, most selfless soul that you would ever possibly meet. He was loved by many and will never be forgotten.

 

A celebration of his life will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in David’s honor to Humans and Animals United Rescue, Brooksville, Florida.

PayPal haauinc@gmail.com

Venmo humansandanimals-unitedinc

Zelle (813) 763-1199

 

Arrangements are under the direction of Millennium Cremation Service. Condolences may be shared online at www.millenniumcremationservice.com

Condolence

Katie-Lisa Scott

September 15, 2022, 9:57 pm

Dad, what a remarkable man you really were. If only you knew just how much I love you, you have left a huge, huge hole in my heart that will never be repaired. I’m sat here waiting for the Skype tone to ring through my phone but it isn’t and the sad reality is, it won’t. When I was little we always watched the Tigger movie and when Tigger heads into the snow to look for his family he says to Pooh and everybody else ‘ta ta forever’, the other day I was so upset that this was our ta ta forever but it isn’t, it’s a ta ta for now because I know in another life I will see you again and I will be by your side.

There truly are no words to describe the heartache I’m feeling, you know you were literally the best Dad and it was a pleasure to call you my Dad. You’re my best friend, advice giver, my shoulder to cry on, Dad you literally are my everything. I will talk to Effie Kate about you every, single day and I will do that until my last breath. God only knows what i’d be without you.

I hope you’re resting easy up in heaven, I wish they had visiting times. The only part of this that makes it easy is that you’re reunited with Grandad Ronnie who I know you never, ever stopped grieving for. Keep shining down on us Dad.

I’ll look for signs everyday that you’re with me, i’ll never stop believing. I’m so, so lost without you, I miss you so much.

I love you with my whole heart and more.
Your Katie xxxxxxxxxx

Jeanetta Marshall

September 16, 2022, 12:33 am

It was such an honor to work with such a great man for 2 years I’ve learned so much about his country His lovely wife Tanya beautiful daughter Katie And just the other day I got a chance to see his precious granddaughter not one day that went by that David didn’t call his daughter Katie. David you’re gonna be missed so my heart aches you was like my family my big brother from another mother. Rest on my brother rest onLove Always Jeanetta

Kristina

September 16, 2022, 8:38 am

Rest in peace Uncle David. You were a brilliant Dad and Grandad and you made a life for yourself that you cherished and were proud of. Walk beside Katie and Tonya and let them know you’re there as often as you can and be Effie-Kate’s Gaurdian Angel which I know you will already be. Lots of love, Kristina xx

Cyndi Durden

September 16, 2022, 11:44 am

David
We only knew each other for a few months, but you were so kind hearted and a pleasure to know and work with in the store. Your homeland English brogue was so refreshing and your love for your children was beautiful. Talking about the UK and the beautiful country side, your sons, daughter, grand daughter brought you such joy. You could see the way you spoke and your face would light up when you talked of them. Just know you will be truly missed by all. You are such a bright star that will shine over us all. I’m sure you and the Queen will have lots to talk about. Blessed to know you and prayers for your family and friends during this time. “Don’t stop believing” will play on in your memory. You have left an imprint on all you met. RIP

Ronnie Scott

September 16, 2022, 1:17 pm

David, the man, the myth, the legend, I never thought I’d have to do anything like this, I never thought I could hurt as much as this after we lost dad, your passing has pulled every heart string that could be pulled and brought many emotions out at the same time, anger, laughing, smiling and crying, our bound will always be there no matter what and wherever you may be. I’ll never ever forget the times we had together during our lives with dad and aunt Margaret, some hard, some sad, happy and funny, always happy. Yes we had our differences but we were always there for each other but life is always full of ifs and buts, I’m truly sorry we never got to say goodbye to each other but will always look up to the stars at night and think of you, though you’ll never ever be far from my thoughts. Your boys James and Lee have done you and all our family proud, both fine young men and fathers, young Katie to, now a mother herself.Thank you Tonya for being David’s anchor and soulmate, only God knows what you must be going through at the moment, but I do know you’re strong, I never stopped loving you David, tears are falling as I’m writing this, so for now little brother fly high with the angels and be with dad, he’s waiting, I’ll keep my head up youngin, Ronnie.

Elaine Reynolds

September 16, 2022, 2:51 pm

He used to live across the road from me, and was always telling jokes if you passed him, always had time to speak to you ,had the time of day for anyone and would help anyone, he was a lovely man, and liked his music, rest in peace sooky, a character never to be forgotten x

Sammy

September 16, 2022, 2:54 pm

David you were a great man who has left a wonderful legacy behind you, you were larger than life and lived it to the fullest. You gave me the pleasure of traveling all the way to your home in America for an amazing experience to see yourself and your beautiful family over their that I will never forget. You will be sadly missed and forever remembered by many. RIP

Christina Henderson

September 16, 2022, 3:06 pm

David was my neighbour in Amble for a few years before he jetted off over the pond. I always used to joke with my Mam (who I lived with at the time), that he spent more time at our house/in the garden than he did at his own house! He was just such a social being, he loved being around people (and driving me up the wall half the time, which I regularly told him haha). David, I hope you’re causing mayhem up there! Walk alongside your Katie, Tonya and everyone else you hold dear, and help give them the strength they need to get through each day. Lots of love xxx

Stephen Scott

September 16, 2022, 3:07 pm

Rest in Peace David,Gone but not forgotten,I will make sure Katie Lisa and Effie Kate are well looked after.and make sure your memory stays alive..Love Stephen.

David Scott

September 16, 2022, 3:45 pm

Uncle David i have nothing but fond memories and doing nothing but laugh when around you will always fondly remember you and some of the funniest nights spent at the schooner. Rest easy uncle David

David scott

September 16, 2022, 3:49 pm

Uncle David i have nothing but fond funny memories of you and always laughing when around you wether that be in the schooner or around dads, you will be sorely missed but never forgotten rest easy (keep a haad)

aylsa Archer

September 16, 2022, 3:57 pm

so sad to hear this news David…my thoughts & prayers are with you all…Aylsa x

Ryan

September 16, 2022, 5:06 pm

Well bonnie lad!
I would like to thank you for your assistance, guidance and unconditional love.
Accepting me as one of your own, alway doing your best to make the hard times easier.
Although the your not here to make this easier we can all pull together and use your selfless approach to life to help us through.
Until we meet again big lad rest easy.

Kevin Mackay

September 16, 2022, 5:11 pm

Knew David as a lively character from Amble Modern School and Edwin Street. He always chatted on Facebook and asked what was going on in Amble. Taken to soon, thoughts are with his family at this sad time X

Lorraine Thornley

September 16, 2022, 5:33 pm

I’m so sorry to hear this very sad news… RIP Mr sook. X

Lisa Scott

September 16, 2022, 5:34 pm

Arr man, David.. Everyone knew you as Sooky, but not me, you were my David, my husband,my soulmate and my friend, some friends through time drift apart, we did that, but remain friends… You in time decided the Cross the waters to America, it’s the best thing you ever did.. Tonya once again was the best thing that happened to you, you were happy and once again settled… I’ve every respect to Tonya, whose stood by your side through thick and thin, God bless her heart, she seems to be a wonderful lady and Our Katie Lisa, Effie Kate, Ryan and Sammy think the world of her.. 57 was no age for you to pass, but your Dad Ronnie was ready for you to be by his side again.. (No nicking his tabs!!).. Rest Easy David knowing Our Daughter and Granddaughter will be looked after and safe.. See ya..❤️ Lisa xx

Jason harris

September 16, 2022, 5:35 pm

Wow can’t believe I’m reading this we had some laughs down that harbour and in the schooner and harbour inn you were full of the joys rest in peace and thoughts are with all your family

Derek scott

September 16, 2022, 5:48 pm

A good mate for 50 years , rest easy old friend

Sarah

September 16, 2022, 6:07 pm

Can’t believe I’m reading this what a character will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with all your family xx

Mary Clark

September 16, 2022, 6:12 pm

Fond memories of you David,always at our house in Links Avenue,you used to come over and our Mam Cynth would wash your hair,how that came about I don’t know but you would be over every week for that.Taken too soon RIP back with your Dad now,much love to all the family ❤

Corey F

September 16, 2022, 6:21 pm

Oh I don’t know where to start David!…
I never met someone like you. Caring,
loving, dedicated and a true definition of a hard worker. I will miss going over to your department making jokes and Laughing at your responses, David you truly was the highlight of my day. Lol you called me your (Homie) and that I was. Can’t stop my tears as I type this. I love you man!!! Until we meet again my friend, or as you would say my homie!

Jacqueline Stevens

September 16, 2022, 6:54 pm

So sorry to hear about David thinking of all the family at this sad time ❤️

Ronnie Scott

September 16, 2022, 7:00 pm

To add to earlier David I have the coin you gave to Jade to give to me, it is now one of my most treasured possessions and will always be with me, you’ve touched a lot of peoples lives along your journey and still highly thought of by people here, keep soldering the blow offs up there and as Phil James said you were my number one technician – hope there’s plenty coffee up there so as you used to say, everyone can have an aperitif and June says I’m still a nutter !

Charlotte & Telmo

September 16, 2022, 7:13 pm

Thank you taz for the wonderful memories and for being in my life so beautiful can be in Katie’s and Effie Kate’s ! I can’t tell you how propound i am of Katie ! WOW what a wonderful daughter you raised it’s a privallage to be part of her life ! Thank you for all the funny stories and great gaming sessions we all had !

I am looking after Katie from afar and just know she is a FANTASTIC mother and a wonderful friend she is more like family to me and I have you to thank for that !

Rest easy and know that Katie will be okay !

God bless you !

Zoe & Leslie

September 16, 2022, 7:57 pm

Known you since I was a uoungen. Then later on when we became neighbours. Happy memories of the square and when you came to mine and Leslie’s wedding watching England on the big telly !!
Rip David

Zoe & Leslie

Philip & Dawn Robinson

September 16, 2022, 8:27 pm

Words cannot describe how we feel this evening… it doesnt seem like two minutes ago that we were face timing and having a good crack about the past and future. We are so pleased you found happiness again with Tonya and family out in the usa.
We have great memories with you. RIP David…
Our thoughts are with all of your family. X

Andrea Dixon

September 16, 2022, 10:41 pm

Such a shock, you were full of life and laughter. A Neighbour in Ivy Street, always calling for a cuppa or shouting over the fence that the kettle was on. An amazing homemaker, you could turn your hand to most things. You loved your German Shepherd Bess and pups she had, You wanted to keep them all!
I enjoyed your stories from your childhood, always in some kind of bother The love for your family evident throughout your life.
RIP Suki
Xx

David / gillian

September 16, 2022, 11:39 pm

Thinking of the times,every friday night drinking cider you me n dennis aka sooki da n balls down the quarry wall and camping out with me mams clothes horse for a tent with a sheet over the top one night there was a strange smell unknown to us wed pitched the make shift tent on dog poo ( we blamed each other for the smell ) and we pretended were clint east wood with make shift poncho’s made out of Dennis’s mams blankets, good times happy memories also fishing out of eyemouth for prawns . I noticed each time we met up in florida how happy n settled u were with tonya . See u some day sooki n we’l have a drink xx

Raquel

September 17, 2022, 1:20 am

From the first time I met david down to the last time I spoke with him has been a thing I’ll treasure forever.he was a friend when I needed him a father figure and most importantly he was family…he will be missed but I’ll look forward to the day we meet again…love u always david “Allen” scott.

Raquel halliday

September 17, 2022, 1:40 am

David”allen” Scott as I like to call him was more than a friend he was family.he never judged but gave me advice on anything when I needed it..from time to time his voice plays in my head “it’s proper english raqui” or “silly little bugga”…this is not goodbye david but see you when I see you…I love you david

Kenny Patel

September 17, 2022, 4:20 am

David! My brother from another mother. We had 4 years of friendship and work together and boy did we have an adventure. Even after you moved to vero we never lost contact or love for our friendship. Wish I could of had one more drink one more laugh and one more joke even one more English diss on you. Your 7-11 family me Mona Rocky and rob will forever miss you and for me personally will forever lose an older brother. See you in heaven old buddy! I love you my friend my brother!

Jade Reynolds

September 17, 2022, 8:03 am

Uncle David, I have so many memories of you going right back to you taking me to school and looking after me when Mam and Dad were working, to watching cartoons with you at Granda’s and when I first started going out in the pubs. I will forever hear your voice saying “Jadey get your Uncle Davey a pint!” I don’t think you ever bought me a drink yet!! Dad said you were the only person who could go out with a fiver, get drunk and come home with the fiver!
You loved George Harrison’s My Sweet Lord and I always think of you and Christmas eves in the pub with you and dad when I hear it.
I’m so grateful that I got to see you in Florida and meet your beautiful family. I’m so proud of the life you made for yourself with Tonya, the love of your life. I’m just so sorry you didn’t have more time.
I have no doubt that you’re with Granda now watching over your loved ones and enjoying a pint in the Schooner in the sky.
My complete love and thoughts are with those you loved and who love you.
Until we meet again Uncle David, lots of love xxx

Sandra Stokoe

September 17, 2022, 9:25 am

I knew you for several years when you were married to my sister and then became the proud dad of Katie-Lisa and stepdad of Ryan. No one could ever doubt the love you had for Katie and it was a desperately sad time for her when you went to America but she was able to visit you and your new family and saw for herself that you were happy in your new life. Rest in peace David x

Linda Henderson

September 17, 2022, 10:33 am

David (sooky) what can I say couldn’t believe it when I heard the very sad news.wot a man a very good friend miss the chats we used to have over the garden wall you were one of the good ones,a good heart and soul. Tonya I have to congratulate you for being the best thing that ever happened to him for getting him overseas and making him much happier and settled he loved his family both in amble and overseas couldn’t of found a nicer person R.I.P. David gone but never forgotten Linda.x

Robert G Hein Jr

September 17, 2022, 11:38 am

david was a good and close friend i met while at 7-11, he would always refer to himself as the english bull by how much and how hard he worked ,we had our own dream team among friends there me,him kenny and rocky, it was always fun working with him and having our banter on stupid stuff like how he spoke “proper” english the queens english he would say and how i didnt speak/spell proper english and we would go back and forth on it. He would tell me his stories abt how he was a fisherman before he worked at 7-11 would were always interesting but aside from work as i said earlier he was a close friend he was also my drinking buddy ,he would invite over for a few beers on his days off and on mine and we would just talk abt work or other stuff but he opened his home to me and i was able to meet his wife tonya and his daughter katie when she was visiting at one time.The times i worked with him and hungout with him outside of work will always hold a special place in my heart . rest in peace David ,if u see a man up there that looks thats my father have many drinks with him until im able to with u again!

Wayne matthewson

September 17, 2022, 7:35 pm

Well never thought I would be writing this so soon , where do I start sooky, we had a blast before you headed across the pond, you were and still am my best pal , been 4 days since I got the call that u had passed my god can’t get my head round it , I’ll not forget the fifa sessions we had must of been hundreds of hours, and the beer we sank talking poop many ov scallops as u would say, i will miss the early morning phone calls
one nite i will never forget the nite we had been out for a couple of beers and we fell off the push bike outside straffen Court and when we managed to peel our selves off the road after 20 mins laughing, the police were standing looking at us laughing, that sticks with me and everytime we spoke we mentioned it and still laughed about it, was planning coming across the pond to see my mucka next year , gutted I’ll not have another chat with you, so pleased you found happiness with tonya, good nite mucka till we meet again over and out rex,
Still to this day I do not know how and why u named me rex xx

Katie-Lisa Scott

September 18, 2022, 12:16 pm

Dad, Mam bought me a lovely remembrance plaque and the poem fits so well I just wanted to share it with you.

We didn’t get to say goodbye,
You departed in the twinkling of an eye.
We didn’t get to say farewell,
The sadness my heart feels, no words can tell.

So many things were left unsaid,
So many tears, will I shed.
Without any warning, death came calling and in a heartbeat you were taken from me…

How cruel is death, how selfish indeed,
To take someone who meant so much to me.
How my heart aches, how my heart grieves,
For you are dearly lived and dearly missed.

Heaven bid you “come” my dearly loved one and in an instant you were gone..
Although I know, no one lives forever still I wish you could have stayed on for longer..
Indeed, there will never be a time to die or an easy way to say “goodbye”.

We’ll meet again, by Gods grace, you and I,
But until then, this is my sad goodbye.
We’ll meet again in the heavens above as we’re reunited with the ones we love.
Till then you’re unforgettable to me
I treasure my memories of you and always will.

I love you so much Dad, I miss you with all of my heart. It’s so, so heavy. I don’t know what i’ll ever do without you

George Swordy

September 18, 2022, 1:36 pm

Sorry to hear of David (sooky) passing too soon, thoughts are with all the family far and wide. I’ll never forget the fun we had doing a computer course years ago what a laugh, and I’m going to miss you FaceTimeing me at six in the morning when I’m getting ready for work, fly high youngin, Marra,

Francisco "Paco" Torres

September 18, 2022, 6:30 pm

Times like this do not cross my path do to the fact my mind and life are so occupied just enjoying the good times with you. Since day one you have welcomed me and showed me the way at 711…”the ladies love me pac” you would say lol you also welcomed me in to your home to have some beer or “tins” as you say. You were proud of being from England…i remember you almost sold me your passport for a carton of tabs and $20 bucks so i can visit london the stories you would tell me about your fisherman days always amazed me. I tried to teach you how to drive but you did not like the idea the thing you loved the most and had so much pride for was your daughter. I will surely miss you.what started as a friendship ended as a brother. May God wrap his arms around you I will always cherish the good times. Until we meet again mate

Kathleen L Ringgold

September 18, 2022, 6:53 pm

I am so very very sorry to hear about David. I worked with him for a while at Sam’s and enjoyed our conversations together. My thoughts and prayers are with family and friends.

Jordan Scott - nephew

September 18, 2022, 7:07 pm

Now, then, Uncle David.

If memory serves correct, the last time we spoke was in September 2015 – we tried to arrange a rendezvous when I was in New York with Ian Harding, another Amble native of the same legendary calibre as yourself. Perhaps it is just as well that we didn’t get together, as we approached the trip as if it was a stag do in Benidorm – I’m not sure America could have handled the three of us on top form with a war chest full of dollars and enough patter to lay on with a trowel.

If I may, I’d like to start by offering remarks which will resonate with Ryan’s: as a youngster (and I’ll get to the adult assessment), and I can speak for the likes of Karl Taylor and Micky Connor here as well, we absolutely bought into the myths of you playing football with Ryan Giggs in the back square in between fighting tigers whilst serving your time with the Viet Cong. This gift – to capture and captivate the imagination of others in your own inimitable way – will endure and live as part of your own myth.

On that same point (and adulthood, this time), I was fondly recalling – upon hearing this tragic news the other day – August bank holiday 2013. Earlier in the year, Stevie Spears ate some Haribo when we were drinking in my kitchen; months later, you accosted Stevie in the Dock beer garden, got him in a [playful] headlock, then demanded that he, ‘get Jordan’s Uncle Davey a pint for eating Ronnie’s sweets.’ Stevie duly and unquestioningly obliged. On this recollection, Guy Thompson remarked of you: ‘What a bloke, though. One of those characters that people who haven’t witnessed personally wouldn’t immediately accept as a real person, that anecdote being a perfect example.’

How to describe you, then?

Maverick, mercurial, and I’d like to say magnificent, but Wayne and myself beat you too many times on FIFA in the ‘Kipper Cup’ of 2010 for you to quite make that level…

Some will say that ‘you could write a book about your Uncle Davey’ – a few volumes might not even scratch the surface.

But some words from Alexander Pope’s ‘Essay on Man’, which likewise tries to describe subjects which are beyond the reach of mere mortals (maybe more successfully). Pope writes that we, as a species, are ‘the glory, jest, and riddle’ of the world’ – you provided ample amounts of all three. From what dad has said, that resonates with what Granda Ronnie (who I can barely remember, but who was incontrovertibly the cornerstone of your upbringing) was often left thinking: from the sublime to the ridiculous, that lad.

If our lives are defined by our legacy as much as who we are (though the two are connected), then you can – and should – be immensely proud of your sons, James and Lee, as well as your daughter, Katie, and grand daughter, Effy. They have embarked on military careers, serving and progressing with distinction. They carry themselves with a maturity beyond their years, a disinterested sincerity beyond what is due, and a sense of humility which many would struggle to even feign if they were as accomplished. And through them, great grand children who will have to learn about their granda through the myths fuelled by the above.

If I can end on the type of humorous note that you would demand: Craig Kielty (who sends his deepest condolences) has said that you can keep the fiver you forced him to ‘lend’ you on the second May bank holiday in 2008. Get yourself a couple of pints and watch Man Utd return to the top.

As Del Boy would say, ‘Bonjour for now’

LISA SHAFFER

September 19, 2022, 11:04 pm

LISA SHAFFER
I’m still in shock…..I was out sick when this unfortunate event happened. I just can’t believe I’m not gonna see that beautiful smile amd face anymore
Everyday I looked forward to our chit chat. I learned so much from you. You were the sweetest, most respectful.polite, generous man I’ve ever met. They’ve got a special spot for you in heaven cause you’re a special Angel!! God has his reasons and we don’t understand but you more than deserve those golden wings so take them and fly high. Love you like a brother “Bro” . I’m gonna miss you sooo much. It’s not right now when I walk in your area. The doors open and I walk in ready to say ” What’s up Bro ” but you’re not there. It’s lonely without you. May you RIP David. Your Sam’s family truly will miss you..

Diane Heckels

September 20, 2022, 2:26 pm

RIP David (sooky) sad news you were a good one

Kim

September 20, 2022, 2:33 pm

What a true pleasure and privilege to have worked side by side with one of the absolute craziest men to walk the planet! You and your listening to JOURNEY above and beyond anyone!! Hahaha .
I couldn’t believe when I read the news on Facebook…I fell apart…this world has definitely lost a treasured soul, but it is obvious that the treasure wasn’t ours to keep.
You will be ever missed by so many. A true character. I just remembered, as I type this, you and singing karaoke at a 7-Eleven Christmas party….what a time!!
I’ll miss you friend.
Sleep easy.

Marsha Dawson

September 20, 2022, 7:03 pm

Rest In Peace David.
Keep fighting those tigers,
Sleep tight,
Wor Mar.xx

Katie-Lisa Scott

September 20, 2022, 7:33 pm

Dad, I can’t believe its been a week. There’s so many questions i’d like to ask such as how is your day, what is it like up there, how are you, have you wound Grandad up yet. I miss you so much, so so much. I’ve not only lost my Dad but i’ve lost my best friend too, i’m not quite sure what to do. Anyways, my friend sent a card earlier and it had a verse in from Elephant Stone, one of your songs and it was really fitting.

Burst into heaven
Kiss in the cotton clouds
Arctic sheets and fields of wheat
I can’t stop coming down
Your shrunken head
Looking down on me above
Send me home like an elephant stone.

Tonight before bed I told Effie that Grumpy is watching down on her and to go and have dreams about you because you’re watching down on us all, I told her if she sees you in her dreams to tell you to come into mine because I just want to see you, hear your voice and have a cuddle. If only you knew just how much this hurts.

Goodnight Dad, love you xxxx

ANDY HARROLD

September 23, 2022, 4:42 pm

R.I.P. MATE

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    • Assisting with newspaper obituaries
    • Cremains are returned to you in a temporary container

    Other Fees That May Apply

    • Medical Examiner (fees vary by county)
    • Transportation outside 35 miles
    • Death certificates (fees vary by county)
    • Newspaper Obituaries (fee charged by newspaper)
    • Keepsakes
    • Permanent Urn
    • Jewelry