In Loving Memory of
Those that we love don’t go away
They walk beside you every day.
Unseen, unheard but always near
Stil loved, still missed and very dear.
Book Owner: Dean D’EYE
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Remember Stewart with a smile, as one of the characters from my early days in Tees Shipping. Memories of him and his brother playing for our Shipping team, usually on a muddy Sunday afternoon. Our strip had seen better days, arriving late for a match, I was told ” the rags are losing 3-0″. …
It was a pleasure working with Stewart in his first job from school at T.A. Bulmer (shipping agents). He showed good work attitude and even ok as a footballer. Good memories from his days on the river Tees. Brian …
Jenny and Andrew Manser
Stewart , You will always be remembered for great days at football ,a great sense of humour , a touch of madness and a rum and coke! I …
So sorry to hear of Stewarts passing, it’s a long time I saw him but remember him well from many moons ago when he skippered our Sunday League side, Stewie was hard, fair a good leader with a smashing sense of humour. My best wishes to his family …
Becky , Simon Amelia and Evie Mead
Dear Stu we will miss your enormous rib breaking hugs and your wicked sense of humour, even after the many Boro defeats! We will always treasure the poem you so brilliantly wrote and performed at our wedding, it will remain out on display in our home to remind us of you always. …
Stew, We have so many happy funny memories of you from over the years. The hilarious party that Wally arranged when we all put on our eye patches, the funny weekends away years ago and your fantastic contagious laugh and never ending banter. You were loved by so many Stew and will never ever …
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