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Colin Stuart

1930 - 2013

On January 13th 2013, peacefully in hospital Colin aged 82 years of Rothwell. ( A lifelong supporter of Leeds United). Dearly loved husband of Doreen, loving dad of Gary, Michael and Duncan, a dear father-in-law of Dawn, Michaela and Laura, a devoted g

On January 13th 2013, peacefully in hospital  Colin aged 82 years of Rothwell. ( A lifelong supporter of Leeds United).  Dearly loved husband of Doreen, loving dad of Gary, Michael, and Duncan, a dear father-in-law of Dawn, Michaela and Laura, a devoted grandad of Yasmin, Ben, Rebecca, Rachel and Alex and a caring brother of Pauline. We will all miss you.  A Celebration of Colin's life was held at Rawdon Crematorium on Monday 28th January at 11.00 a.m. Donations in memory of Colin were given to the Stroke Unit at LGI. 


Tina Waddle

Uncle Colin always had a kind word and a cheery laugh for everyone. He was a big part of my childhood, he will be sadly missed. sending big hugs and kisses to all the family xxxx

samantha hunter

Family xmas at Uncle Colins was always the best part of xmas, with his home movies and big screen films, always happy and joking and wonderful man. xx

Judi Willis

Colin always had a special place in my heart. He was my handsome cousin and I fell in love with him when I was a teenager . He said my dad had influenced his interest in music. I smile when I think of him but now the tears are rolling down my cheeks. Thanks for always welcoming me and for lots of laughs,Love to you Doreen and all the

Julie Rushton

Used to love going to Uncle Colins on Christmas Day night. Listening to his music then having a laugh at the old cine films. Also remember him in Tenerife when he went swimming in his corduroy shorts and they took hours and hours to dry cos he didn't have any others to change in to. He was a wonderful Uncle and will miss him dearly. RIP Uncle Colin. xx

Doreen Stuart

My husband of almost 59years has left me with three wonderful sons,three very caring daughters in law,and our five lovable grandcildren.Life is going to be very hard not having him around,but he will always be there in our thoughts and wonderful memories of all the things we did in the years since we met at Heptons clothing factory. I am missing him more than words can say,but i am going to be strong for all our familes sake and keep him alive reliving all those years together.Love you 9 miillion times (As we used to say to each other) and more. RIP my darling XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Rachel Stuart

My grandad was the best man ever, he always told me i would make it at football. He gave the best advice i could wish for! I would look forward to staying at his Saturday nights, he would repeatedly play his music over and over again despite grandma telling him to turn it down. He was the kindest guy you would ever meet and one of the smartest dressed men around, he always greeted me with a huge smile on his face and a loving hug! We have shared some amazing memories from him playing football in the garden with me, to the recent holiday we shared together. I will never forget you ever, you will always be in my heart! He also gave me the best dad in the world, i couldn't ask for much more. I am missing you more than ever, but i know your in a great place now. I love you more than words can say <3 P.S "They're here....Fell off", Your favorite saying! Forever & always Grandad <3

charlene falkingham

Uncle colin was a lovely kind caring man who will be missed a great deal. Im sure he is having a good old natter with my grandma now. Goodnight god bless uncle colin love you x x

Duncan Stuart

Dad, I think about you every day. I miss you. I have spoken with Mum many times about out Golf mornings and your hole in two on the second at spring mill, about your 5 shots, one after the other, into the water in Barbados (3 of them with balls provided by our playing partner). I remember a brilliant Dad in every way and I always remember your laugh. Mum and I were laughing at your love of High Anxiety and Mel Brooks, all these laughs and great, cherished memories, so why do I still cry? It surely must be time to laugh again. Love you Dad, always x

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