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anthony Richard merrell
  • 65 years old
  • Date of birth: Oct 5, 1949
  • Date of passing: Mar 3, 2015
Let the memory of anthony be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, anthony merrell, 65, born on October 5, 1949 and passed away on March 3, 2015. We will remember him forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Peter N Lindsey Willis on 4th March 2016

"xxx 1 year without you and missing you everyday
life is not the same without you in it.
I hope there is something more and that the little messages are true.
we think of you everyday.
remembering all the special happy memories.
Thank you for being my Dad
Love always
Lindsey x"

This tribute was added by Rhonda Scott on 12th April 2015

"My rock ...no words could ever explain how much you meant to me you where my calm for my storms if I needed you a call or a coffee and you calmed me that soft voice of wisdom with a little bit of Delboy trotter thrown in..memories of how you used to bring all the goodies for the party's your kindness your love of your job and how many jobs you did. A driver a mentor a bid up tv expert party planner a rep you will be truely missed and I know you and doyle have a union office up in heaven already and party's planned galore cause that's you two..I have never felt so alone you where my rock my strength an angel on earth as I know you are in heaven you where and still are my rock you are an inspiration to us all tony thank you for my lighter thank you for being in my life and thank you for all the crazy times and memories that I will hold in my heart forever... Thank you for teaching me to be a pretty good guard of honour every time we have a do its a Malibu and coke and a fosters too on the side mate "lovely old job"
You will always hold a place in my heart and soul thank you tony I love you to the moon and back xx"

This tribute was added by Peter N Lindsey Willis on 11th April 2015

"My Dad! the best Dad a girl could want. I am a Daddys girl. my first true love will always be my Daddy. The man that used to wheel me home from school on his motorbike. taking me to help him at the bakers on a friday night jamming up the doughnuts. (eccles cakes). i was inspired to be like you when i grew up. Teaching me the value of money on the market stalls early mornings and hard graft. Double egg on toast and my first woolwich bank account. vegetarian winning the meat raffle. Teaching me love respect and being there for me and my girls whenever we needed you. (we still need you and want you more than ever) your grand daughters they think the world of you to. if only they got more time with you. (they ate your biscuits and ready salted crisps) Kacey wanted you there when shes 13! the bank of dad the man with photos in his wallet where his money used to be. Dads Taxi , no matter what time of day or night. My shopping partner who always held my bags. family man was always there for all of us.   so many great memories. selsey - knickerbockerglorys. hastings days out , mini golf. we started our jobs at the same time and still there 15 years later.
our trips to cmyru, Leaks, Llif and laughs x
so many photos and memorys.nothings the same without you.
Love You Forever the best man ive ever known. taught me everything I know and so much more. so sad to have lost you when you wasnt ready to go. so unfair  - feeling robbed.
the day you walked me down the aisle "a proud moment" trebor mints and rescue remedy.
champagne x
I love You and so proud to be your daughter. Forever until we meet again.
I know if there is more you will prove it to us x"

This tribute was added by lauren Merrell on 11th April 2015

"My dad was the best dad anyone could ask for, a man so laid back and easy going, if you told him you wanted something he would always makesure eventually you got it, if he didnt agree he wouldnt stop you he would let you make the miatake and learn from it!!! When I was younger I used to go and meet dad at the bus stop with a cold can of drink in the summer and id do the 80 route from hackbridge to high down to keep him company (secretly I was so scared of someone starting on him, id go.out so if that happened id be there to punch them) lol. My dad never had any enemys he got on with everyone and did everything he could to make everyone else happy. He loved his family with all his heart, such a great family man, such a great working man.... such a loss and I will never forget my life with you in it, finley and kian will be reminded often how much of a legend u were and u live on to be. I love you dad xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxz"

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