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James Cloran

Also known as: Jimmy.

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Jimmy passed away on the 2nd January 2013 aged 68, He was the dearly loved and much missed husband of Shirley and the proud father of Craig, Paul and Darren and father in law, and grandad.

He was a keen sea angler and loved fishing with his sons and grandson and also enjoyed spending time in his garden.

until his retirement he worked at Simpson Clough paper mill where he made many friends and enjoyed his job, prior to this he had worked at a number of places including Booth Hall Childrens Hospital, ICI, and for a number of years he was a market trader.

He was born in Manchester, where he lived for many years until after his first son was born when he moved to Macclesfield, only to return to the Manchester area several years later.

He eventually moved to Heywood where he remained for the rest of his life and loved living.

Added by: PAUL CLORAN on 12 January 2013.

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