Let the memory of Roger be with us forever
  • 60 years old
  • Born on May 31, 1953 .
  • Passed away on February 20, 2014 .

This memorial website was created in memory of Roger Denston, born on 31st May 1953 and passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, on 20th February 2014. Truly loved Father and Grandfather. An incredible friend and inspiration. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Chris Handscomb on 18th September 2016
Missing you more and more each day. Love you Dad xx
Posted by Hollie Denston on 31st May 2014
Happy birthday to my amazing, wonderful Daddy. I miss you so so much each day and wish you were here. We'll be sending you some balloons later and everyone is getting your favourite Chinese tonight. Love you more than anything Dad Xxxx
Posted by Chris Handscomb on 31st May 2014
Happy Birthday Dad, love you and miss you millions x
Posted by Hollie Denston on 20th May 2014
Love you and miss you forever Daddy xxxxxx
Posted by Hollie Denston on 12th April 2014
I wish I could say 'I love you' one more time, And hear you voice so gentle and kind. The smell of your clothes, the memories they bring, Of all those years I was kept safe under your wing. I'll miss the bad jokes, I'll miss the good food, I'll miss the happy, the sad and the grumpy moods. I'll miss your face, yours hands, your smile And I'm sure I'll miss the snoring too, after a while. I love you so much and miss you like mad, My brave. My beautiful. My hero. My Dad. <3
Posted by Peter Benyon on 17th March 2014
My favorite memory of fog is a simple one. Watching the first Harry potter film together and reading the book at the same time, trying to catch up to the film and racing each other to finish. He obviously won but the memory will always be with and so will many others.
Posted by Mike Handscomb on 15th March 2014
You will always be with us Roger, such a bright light in our memories. I have so much respect for your certainty, strength, decency, love and boundless energy that touched so many people and left an example that will be hard to follow. Thank you for all that you have done for me as you did for so many other people. I really regret we didn't get to spend more time together than we did. A toast to you with the best scotch and hope you are doing the same. Miss you very much. With greatest affection. Mike
Posted by Phildo Brown on 14th March 2014
I am honoured and grateful to have been introduced to you. Although we don't actually have any memories together the memories that have been left with the boys will last forever and has helped make them amongst the greatest people I have ever met. If they turn out to be even half the father that you were then you couldn't be any more proud of them even though you would be so proud of them all now. Much love and may you rest with the angels like you deserve. Phil x
Posted by Chris Handscomb on 12th March 2014
I will always remember our trip to the safari park, it was one of my favourite memories amongst our camping trips and snooker games, just you and your boys. I was never able to tell you how grateful I am for you to take me under your wing as your own. You were the best Dad I could have hoped for. I am so proud to be known as your Son. Thank you Dad, I’ll miss you forever. Chris x

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