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Our thoughts are with all of the family at this sad and difficult time.
The village has lost a lovely lady.
Please know that we are thinking of you all.
Sylvia and David Green



of Patrington,
died Sunday 9th September 2018, at Castle Hill Hospital, aged 76 years.
Dear brother of Jean and in-law Terry, uncle to his many nieces and nephews.
Funeral service Thursday 20th September, 10.30am at The Chanterlands Crematorium, Hull (large chapel).
Donations in lieu of flowers for the Macmillan Nurses would be kindly appreciated and may be left at the service.
Resting C. Fewster & Son Ltd, Rest Rooms, Church Lane, Patrington.


John William WOODHOUSE
of Withernsea,
passed away peacefully at home, Monday 3rd September 2018, aged 76 years.
Beloved husband of the late Maureen, much loved dad of Jill, Donna, John and Dawn, a dear grandad and great grandad.
Funeral service Monday 17th September, 1.00pm at St Matthew’s Church, Withernsea followed by interment at Hull Road cemetery.
Flowers or donations for Yorkshire Cancer Research and St. Matthew’s Church Fabric Fund would be most welcome and may be left at the service.
Resting C Fewster & Son Ltd, Rest Rooms, Church Lane, Patrington.



John William WOODHOUSE
We wish that we could see you Dad,

for just a little while,
we wish that we could hug you
and see your lovely smile,
but wishing gets us nowhere,
and longing is in vain,
so we will hold you in our heart,
untill we meet again.
Love always from your heartbroken family,
Jill, Donna, John and Dawn, in-laws,
grandchildren and great grandchildren.

John William WOODHOUSE
You’ve earned your place in heaven Dad,
after all that you’ve been through,
I wish I could have helped you,
but there was nothing I could do.
Peacefully sleeping now out of pain,
I would not wake you up to suffer again.
Your heartbroken daughter Dawn, son in-law Hayden,
and your little buddy, Libby
x x x
John William WOODHOUSE
Dad you were my rock, nobody could have been a better dad.
You were the most kind genuine man ever, will miss you so much.
My beautiful dad RIP, love you forever.
Love Donna
x x x
John William WOODHOUSE
Some people knew you as a neighbour, while
others knew you as a friend, but to me you
were my world from my beginning to your end.
You taught me by example, you were strong
with the kindest heart, Mum left 18 years
before you, but now you’ll never be apart.
I thank god you were my father and though
it hurts to say goodbye I will treasure all my
memories knowing one day my tears will dry.
Goodbye Dad, I’ll see you in heaven, let
Mum know I’ll see her too. You were the best
parents a son could wish for, from now on I’ll
live for both of you.
All our love, John, Sue, Joe, Christie and Alfie
x x x x x x
Love you Pops.
My Hero.
My beautiful Dad.
Your first-born
Dear brother of Mag and Phil, uncle to Darryl, Nathan and Laura
RIP John
Reunited with
x x x

John William WOODHOUSE
Dear Sooty we all love you so much.
Thank you for having me, you have been a good uncle to me.
Rest in peace.
Love Eagle
x x x
John William WOODHOUSE
A true gentleman,
my friend and proud to call you my Brother.
No more cuppas and watching the Bill.
Allan will miss you as much as me.
Who will put the world to rights now?
RIP John.
United with your Maureen who you loved and missed so much. Deepest sympathy.
Love to Jill, Donna, Little John, Dawn and families.
Anne & Allan
x x x
Rock on in heaven both of you.
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
RIP uncle John, glad you’re free from pain now.
Will miss your chats and betting tips.
John William WOODHOUSE
Uncle John
We have had some fantastic times together, lots of laughs, lots of partying.
You taught me to love Elvis, eat yellow fish and watch Heartbeat and Steptoe, I’m really into these now.
The only thing I still can’t do which you were magic at is Rock ‘n’ Roll.
I will miss kissing your forehead a million times and I will miss you.
I know you’re fine now.
Reunited with my Auntie Maureen.
Love you forever
Lyndsay, Chris, Savannah and Eve x x x
Deepest sympathy to all of the family.
Love from
Pat, Keith, Yvonne, Philip and families
x x x
Loving uncle of Marlene, in-law Les.
Sorry we did not get to say our goodbyes, but you are now at peace with Auntie Maureen.
Fond memories from
Lynne, Keith, Diane and in-laws


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