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Harry Church

Picture of Harrry Church.

Our precious son Harry passed away on 2nd August 2008. He was taken from us suddenly by a very rare bacteria which caused a fatal lung infection.

The days leading up to Harry's passing are very precious to us, they were spent in Cornwall

Three days prior to him passing we were in Looe, Cornwall, where we visited the lifeboat station and also did some crabbing (which we all loved)

Harry loved anything to do with the sea so we decided to have a collection at his funeral and donate the proceeds to the RNLI - Looe Lifeboat Station.

The RNLI have kindly errected a plaque at the Looe Lifeboat Station in his memory

We all miss him dearly but give thanks for the short time we spent with him. He filled our lives with happiness and joy.

Added by: Lisa Church on 19 February 2009.

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