In Memory Of

Albert Stanley Nicholson 1939 - 2015

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On 23rd February 2015 suddenly but peacefully following a long illness, Albert aged 75 years formerly of Undercliffe. Beloved husband of Maimie, loving dad of Allison, Richard, Debbie and Joanne, a devoted grandad, great grandad, and a very dear brother and uncle.


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Debra Mitchell
Mon Mar 2015
My childhood memories with you they mean everything right now ill never forget them and will always and forever love and miss you Dad, Debbie xxxxxx
kirsty nicholson
Tue Mar 2015
R.I.P grandad. Love and miss you loads xxxxxxxx
Richard Nicholson
Tue Mar 2015
R.I.P. You are at peace now Dad. Happy memories of my childhood are many. But holidays to Butlins and Blue Dolphin caravan Park stand out. Seeing the Flags of Butlins and all cheering as we finally arrived and you and I at Blue Dolphin using the rope on the cliff to get to the beach ( its still there ) are memories amongst many that I cherish dearly. A son's love and respect to you Dad Richard
Joanne Nicholson
Tue Mar 2015
I will miss you everyday dad and still cant believe your not here. You will always be in my heart and I have the many brilliant memories from my childhood that I will cherish forever. Nothing can take away the pain in my heart. Love you forever. Joanne xxxxx
Collette Simpson
Wed Mar 2015
Rip Albert, such a sweet kind man, I will always remember how you looked after me after my first night out. A true gent xxx
Thu Mar 2015
Having rides on the back of the big motorbike along Exeter Street (though I'd still have to walk back); introducing me to Classical music (Reader's Digest: A Festival Of Light Classical Music), Francis Albert Sinatra, Oscar and Hammerstein musicals, Acker Bilk and Tony Hancock; helping me buy my first decent road bike (a Dawes Red Feather with Campagnolo gears!); my first record player (Philips Disc Jockey Major); car rides to York in the front seat; astronomy and a Charles Frank telescope; having a TV to watch the early Apollo liftoffs; 2001 at the ABC; lending me and my friends your stereo for a party; late night conversations about life, the universe and infinity; and, most recently, reciting The Lion and Albert, word perfect. You still owe me £20.00, but I think I owe you more. w x
joan wimbush your little sister
Fri Mar 2015
If memories keep a person alive then you are still with us, and dad mum and Michael too. We were blessed with a happy child hood and I was very proud of my two big always Joan