In Loving Memory of


George Parry

Celebrating the Life of George Leslie Parry

As we can’t be together at this time to celebrate a life well lived with family and friends, we welcome you to share your messages and memories of George here.

Best Wishes

Valerie and Family


Book Owner: Mandy Moore
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My grandad, the kindest, and most gentle of souls, a true legend… and someone I’ll always try to make proud and be more like. So proud to be your eldest granddaughter, and I’ll always put my thumbs up to you, like you always did me. To think I used to jump into your arms …


Jan, John, Julie, and Trish

To Val, Karen, Tracy, Mandy and Family. We were all so sad to hear of the loss of George. A wonderful family man, we will remember George greatly for his kindness, charm and smile. We were so blessed when the Parrys moved into No. 8 next door to the Boggs at No. 10 so …


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Thinking of my dear brother in law George with many fond memories, particularly many family visits to mum and dads caravan which were always filled with fun. A theatre visit to London to see Phantom of the Opera (thats another story on its own). Many happy fun filled times leaving many happy memories of …



George was simply a lovely man in every regard. As a Grandad, Father-in-law or fellow football watcher it was a pleasure to be in his company. Kindness and generosity are rare qualities. George Parry had them in abundance. Rest in peace George and we’ll save you a seat in the pub for the next …


Darren, Sarah, Thomas & James

To Val, Karen, Tracy, Mandy and Family. So sorry to hear about the loss of your Lovely Husband/Dad. George was a Lovely kind Gentleman and will be sadly missed by all.  Thinking of you all at this difficult time. God Bless …


Emma, Chris, Maia, Sasha and Thea

So sad to hear of the loss of George. I have fond memories of a happy, kind and gentle man. We were so lucky to grow up with such lovely family friends. Thinking of you all Val, Karen, Tracy and Mandy xxx …



Rest in peace George re united with mum dad brothers Albert billy and Raymond from your sister Caroline Les and family xx …

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Beryl & Vic Albin

Being part of George’s life was a time well spent. Many Happy Memories will be with us always. He was a gentle natured Man and a true Friend. Beryl & Vic …


Norma and Eric

We were so so sorry to hear the passing of George He was a lovely man and perfect Husband and perfect Father to his three daughters and perfect Grandad to his grandchildren The lovely photo of George is how we will remember him Our love to all the family at this very sad time …



So sorry Uncle George is no longer with us, we all agree he was a lovely, gentle man with a brilliant dry sense of humour. When me, Helen and Phil were younger – about 50 years ago! – Auntie Val and Uncle George had the pleasure of looking after us for the day. They …


Kim Frew

Uncle George – dependably one of life’s good guys. I loved the banter between Aunty Val and himself – what a double act with George often getting in the last funny quip. No mean feat! I will forever be grateful for George’s  support when looking after my mum. Eternally grateful to that man. Will …


Shelagh & Roy

Very sad to hear your news but we have lovely memories of Gearge as a good friend and neighbour for over 40 years. He was a Gentleman and an alround Family man and will be sorely missed. Our thoughts are with you All. Shelagh, Roy and Family. …



My special memories of Uncle George, one of the worlds gentleman in every sense. Always smiling, who would make time to talk to you no matter what he was doing. Took me to my first football match at the hallowed ground called Anfield. Liverpool v Wrexham, me being a young Wrexham supporter standing next …


Linda Peers

A few memories of my brother-in-law George. A gentle man with a great sense of humour.  Back in the day I have a vivid memory of bursting into our family front room when you were courting my sister. I was the annoying younger sister who thought it would be great fun to give a …


Amanda Menage

Uncle George Quiet, gentle but with an amazing sense of humour.  Thanks for the little chats when I’d phone from Australia with you and my lovely Aunty Val.  Thankful for your beautiful girls, three amazing cousins.  In my heart always and forever, Amanda x …


Michelle McIntosh

Uncle George, I can hear your chuckle now. Michelle x …


Emma Harris

  I always had a great laugh with  grandad and loved the many adventures we enjoyed together. My favourite thing was to make grandad smile.he had a really warming smile that just reminded you he loved you . As a child My best days with grandad involved watching high school musical and dancing on …


John Peers

Will miss you George just as I missed  the ‘brown over mild’ we had at the ‘Cabbage Hall’.           Good night mate …


Yvette McFadden

You never forgot the first cup of coffee that I made you with cold water from the tap 🚰. It was always our little joke. You went the extra mile for me on more than one occasion. Always without a fuss but with your reassuringly dependable way that I will hold SO dear to …