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In memory of a very dear friend
Pat Keith and family
Mr and Mrs Pat and Keith Fedi
We were very fortunate to get to know Jack, he was always pleased to see me for a chat and we had a few good laughs together when I popped in to see him.
He was interested in everything going on and always asked about Carole as she was often up at he mum's looking after her as she was the same age as Jack but died a year earlier. He wanted to know how I was getting on with my electric car and gadgets like Alexa and instantly wanted one himself which he would always call Alexis which made the carers and I smile. It was a treat to take him out a few times and he thoughly enjoyed the rides - even if it was only to Maldon. We had a great day together at Stow Maries a WW1 airfield when they had a model aircraft display on - wheeling him in the borrowed wheelchair over the bumpy grass, and him nearly falling out a few times, will be one of my lasting memories.
We will miss you Jack, but always remember you.
Bob and Carole
Mr Robert Axford
With fondest memories, Jack
Don Mycroft and Babs Ludbrook
Mr Donald Mycroft
10 July, 2020 12:30
Writtle Road, Chelmsford, CM1 3BL
Please be aware the service is for immediate family only, due to the coronavirus.
Thank you for your understanding.