Alwyn Isherwood Ltd. Obituaries

Click Here for Email from Bryan's son Johnathan  28th July, 2009 - and my reply

Bryan Dickens:

Hi All,
Some sad news to report:
(from Wakefield Express - Friday April 24th)
Bryan Dickens:
April 23, 2009  peacefully at home in Crofton with his loving family around him aged  67 years.
The dearly loved husband of Ellen, much loved dad of Jonathan and Andrew, father-in-law of Helen and Caroline, loving granddad of Thomas and a loved big brother.
Funeral Service will be held at Crofton Parish Church on Wednesday April 29 at 10:30am followed by cremation at Pontefract Crematorium.
Family flowers only please but any donations in lieu for Wakefield Hospice or the MacMillan Nurses care of Harpins Funeral Service.

Note from Melvin Ashton - www.alwynisherwood.co.uk
Webmaster & author of this email - to Bryans family.

Check Here for some pictures received from Bryan - I do hope they do not cause any distress to his family.
Check here for a bereavement card from Bryans Isherwood's Colleagues (his colleagues can also take a look), please keep your sound up.

Regards,
Mel Ashton,
Email: mel@melashton.co.uk
Web:   www.melashton.co.uk    www.alwynisherwood.co.uk

Tel: (01924) 834 464    07740 282 567


Comments Received are given below        General Obituaries Comments

Dear Melvin,

 
It is very sad news about Doc Fuch's. ie Bryan. We cannot attend his funeral but please convey our sincere apologies from Phil and Bernice in South Africa to his family. Did he die from cancer? We are guessing this is so. It was lovely that he managed to see us and us him in Outwood 4 years ago, so we have memories of him which we treasure. We are all growing older and so are going to face heart-ache when we loose absent friends who are so much part of us, but let us dwell on what we remember. Him standing with his feet side ways wearing a dark suite and a thin tie with his hands in his pockets. Him having a lovely friendly nature and being part of the gang, especially when they visited me with you all, at Bretton Hall Teachers Training College.
God bless to him always.
 
Lots of luv from
 
Bernice and Phil

[Homestead]  South Africa  (Email Address available from Mel Ashton)
Mel.
      Sorry to hear about Bryan, we were Room mates in the old house (room 2) along with Duncan, Eric, Nigel and Haggis.
Sorry I won't be able to make the funeral but please pass on my condolences.
Have my daughter over and unfortunately she is suffering with MS.
                   Regards to all.
                                          John Purcell (Email Address available from Mel Ashton)
Mel,
This is indeed sad news.  If you have occasion to contact Bryan's family would you please convey my sympathy at their sad loss.  The memories I have of "Doc" are all good ones and it was good to meet him at the last reunion.
Regards
Stuart Cowgill  (Email Address available from Mel Ashton)
Hi. Melvin.

If you do go to the Crem, please convey Ann and my condolences to Bryan's family.  Living in Crofton I used to see him occasionally, he used to bring our Grattan parcel years ago. I can also recall a trip to Carlisle with Bryan and Tony Allott and Tony was told by Bryan that the car Bryan had borrowed from his dad was insured for anyone to drive. Anyway Tony was driving in Carlisle and another car ran into the rear drivers side and made rather a lot of damage, which Tony had to pay for because the car was not insured for anyother driver. Tony was not best pleased.
Best Regards

Trevor (Hopwood) - a friend of many of us Isherwood guys.

Oops - but I doubt that the insurance issue will bother Bryan now ! - Mel Ashton

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