John Wood

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Nicola and Sarah Wood on 07/03/2015

John Wood

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“Dad was a very healthy 59 year old who ran frequently, ate well and took care of himself. He died very suddenly of a heart attack on 22 February 2015.”

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Mrs Yvonne Wood

Well done Sarah, dad would be so proud. Love u loads mum xxxxx

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Miss Marina Marples

Well done Sarah on completing your first 10k run in memory of your dad. Love and best wishes Auntie Marina and Phil.

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Ms Sarah Carrington

So sorry for your loss. We have such fond memories of John. With much love from the Carrington's xxx

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Anon

With my condolences to you all. Carol xxx

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Mr Ray Gallantree

Wishing our love to all the family at this hard time.

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Mr Ian Chamberlain

With much love at this very sad time. Ian, Alison and Mark xx

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Mrs Alison Chamberlain

With much love from Yvonne's colleagues at Broomfield Maternity Unit

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Miss Marina Marples

Sadly missed, always in our thoughts Marina and Phil

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Mrs Amie Chalk

All our love Amie, Abbie & Kate xx

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Mrs Yvonne Wood

Gone too soon, miss you loads. Xxx

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Giving away one of his daughters

Dad with his wife and one of his daughters

Dad with his wife and one of his daughters

Dad being the heart and soul of the party

Flow boarding in Phuket

Holding his granddaughter for the first time

The last farewell

Do not stand at my grave and weep, I am not there; I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow, I am the diamond glints on snow. I am the sunlight on ripened grain, I am the gentle autumn rain. When you awaken in the morning’s hush, I am the swift uplifting rush. Of quiet birds in circled flight, I am the soft stars that shine at night. Do not stand at my grave and weep, I am not there; I do not sleep.

Entry added on 10/03/2015

Dear Dad,

I still can’t believe it’s real.You were so fit and healthy.I keep expecting to see you walk into the house after a run or into the lounge after being on your radio.I want you to know that I love you very much.You are the best Dad anyone could ask for.You were patient and kind.You were approachable and funny.You were a wealth of knowledge.I am proud to call myself your daughter.The memories I have with you I will cherish forever.I will make sure Alyssa knows how much her Gramps loves her.I will tell her how her Gramps face lit up when he saw her.The milestones in Alyssa’s life are now going to be bittersweet.Every new step will bring joy and sadness.I know how much you wanted to see her doing new things.When she started crawling I could see the delight in your face.You will always be in our thoughts;every time something special happens I will wish you are here to see it.People say the best are taken early; you sure were the best.You will always be in my heart,love you forever. Sarah

Entry added on 10/03/2015