Harwood Leslie

Born on 27 August 1945
Passed away on 5 November 2016
Late of Fingringhoe
Aged 71 years
Passed away peacefully at home on 5th November 2016, aged 71 years. a loving Husband, Father & Grandfather who will be sadly missed. he will be forever in our hearts - "Thanks Dad!" Flowers can be sent tot he East of England Co-op Funeral Service, or donations in lieu can be made for Cancer research UK

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Maja&Lhana lit a candle for Harwood Leslie
miss ya buddy sent of a few rockets for ya.xx
martin lit a candle for Harwood Leslie
Thinking of you as always dad but especially today on your birthday. You are missed so much but will always be forever in our hearts. Love you dad xxx
emma bennett lit a candle for Harwood Leslie
happy birthday buddy,miss you loads,xxxxxxxxxx
martin lit a candle for Harwood Leslie
Miss you every day dad. Miss your smile miss our chats and laughs. You are forever in my heart and I like to think you help guide me thru my life. Love you forever and always x Em
emma bennett lit a candle for Harwood Leslie
Still thinking about you old man miss the chats and tea hope u watching us all. having fun where you are.
Daniel Harwood lit a candle for Harwood Leslie
Thinking of you as Always dad, miss you so much. You were the glue to this family, and now your gone everythings fallen apart. You really were a blessing to us all. Love always dad xxx
Becky lit a candle for Harwood Leslie
happy christmas dad,miss ya buddy,xxxxxxxxx
martin lit a candle for Harwood Leslie
Dad still missing you and thinking of you always, still see plenty of white feathers and robin visits regularly, can never really decide if its a visit from you or Jack. But I'd like to think its both. Love you always dad. Sending Christmas Wishes your way xxxxxx
sallyann layfield lit a candle for Harwood Leslie
Miss you Dad. working hard but still doing what you always done for everyone finding time to look after you. Hope you enjoying the next realm see yousoon enough.
Daniel Harwood lit a candle for Harwood Leslie