Let the memory of Ernie be with us forever
  • 54 years old
  • Born on August 29, 1957 .
  • Passed away on April 4, 2012 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ernie Hoyle 54 years old , born on August 29, 1957 and passed away on April 4, 2012. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Samantha Hoyle on 29th August 2017
Posted by Samantha Hoyle on 29th August 2017
Oh and by the way Callum made it to Uni and has a beautiful girlfriend called Jess.xx
Posted by Samantha Hoyle on 5th April 2015
Love you.x
Posted by Samantha Hoyle on 1st January 2013
Happy New Year Dad I know your not here In person but your here In my heart. I really missed receiving a text message from you," wishing me Happy New year". Something so simple that Is often taken for granted as now gone. Gosh I miss you so much.
Posted by Gareth Alexander on 8th April 2012
I didn't know you Ernie but i know of you through your daughter Samantha. The devotion and love you showed towards her and Callum make it clear that you were an exceptionally good man. The world is a sadder place with your passing.
Posted by Sharon Morris on 8th April 2012
Well what can I say, you made such an impact on my life my friend I am gutted by your quick departure from this very sad world but take great pleasure in knowing you will suffer no more. Love you loads will never forget you.Shazer. Good Bye my friend XXX
Posted by Danny Bain on 8th April 2012
"Our Ernie without a doubt was a true origanal".He always maintained a loyal familyand friendship connection with me through thick and thin and i will always eppreciate that. one of the many things i love about Ernie was his ability to laugh(a lot!).He found lots of things and would be happy to share that joy with whoever he happened to be around.
Posted by Danny Bain on 8th April 2012
"Thank you Ernie for the many hours of lifes tales and funny stories you shared with me over the past 30+years".they will always have a lasting impression on me!.
Posted by Danny Bain on 8th April 2012
Who else do you know ,that among friends and a few unaware strangers would say.I bet you a fiver i can drink that pint without using mine or anyone elses hands.Off course a few fivers went on the bar top over years.Ernie with his big smile would put his hands behind the back ,lean down and pick the pint with his teeth and without spilling a drop drink it!(he had us in stitched) brilliant!
Posted by Danny Bain on 8th April 2012
Ernie you will never be replaced in our hearts ,as i said before your a true origanal. From all of us in California "we love you brother" From Danny,Michelle,Pauline and Alex
Posted by Graham Pidwell on 7th April 2012
Ernie, you will be sadly missed. Our memories of you go back many years and through those years we had some brilliant times and family outings. The one to London was especially memorable as was Gary Moore concert. You will be in our hearts forever, God Bless. Wendy and Pidy XXX
Posted by Janice Haworth on 6th April 2012
Can't believe that you are no longer here, keep remebering all the good times we had and the hoildays we enjoyed, you were more like family than friends, and even though we did not see a lot of you these last few years we always knew you were thinking of us as we were thinking of you. You will always be in our hearts and greatly missed. Dave and Janice
Posted by Sarah Morris on 6th April 2012
TOP MAN you will be saddly missed our thoughts are with you and with your family love sarah n family, paul n family xxx xxx
Posted by Pam Slack on 6th April 2012
uncle ernie i followed you around when i was in nappies idiolising you and i grew up still idiolising you,you brought so much to my childhood/adult life and you was so influential to me.you brought Turkey to me curries bombay mix and your wicked sense of humour but most of all you was my role model who i looked up to who i inspired to be like you gave me so much i love you and R.I.P XXX
Posted by Jackson Pollock on 6th April 2012
hi i didnt know you but know your little girl sam .sad times rest in peace ernie .
Posted by Samantha Hoyle on 5th April 2012
Dad I never got the chance to spend the time I wanted to spend with you over the last few years. But the thirty years I spent with you were Incredible, full of laughter, never a dull moment. You were there for me during good times and bad , you were so very strong right up until the end!!! I love you Dad and always will.
Posted by Samantha Hoyle on 5th April 2012
I had lots of fun with you grandad thank you for being there. Hope you happy safe and warm. Sure your now in a better place, watching over me. When the sunshines I know you will watching over me. Love you Grandad love Callumxx
Posted by Matt Bergerman on 5th April 2012
Well what can i say, apart from goodbye to one of the most special and caring people in my life. Im proud to have you in my life and will cherish all the wonderful memories we had...you were the one I always looked up to and will continue to uphold your great morals and canney sense of humour. Love You Always, R.I.P. Uncle Ernie xx
Posted by Samantha Hoyle on 5th April 2012
Dad I just cant stop looking at this page, I see your pictures and the joy In your face, I cant believe your gone. The sadness Inside me Is overwhelming. I know we will meet again and live the life we once had, but better. Gosh I loved you.xxx

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