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Malcolm Frudd - Death

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Published on the 15th August 2014.

Frudd, Malcolm Passed away peacefully on the 8th August, 2014, aged 68 years. Formerly of Worsbrough, Barnsley. Also owner of Malcolms Tyres in Barnsley. Funeral will be held on Friday, 22nd August, at St. Peters Church, Doncaster Road, at 12.15 p.m. The committal will then take place at Ardsley Crematorium at 1.30 p.m. Family flowers only. All donations in lieu of flowers will go to Barnsley Hospice. Any other enquiries please contact A & M Hadfields Ltd. on 01226 733444

Frudd, Malcolm Dear Dad, We will live each day cherishing the most amazing memories of all the happy times we have shared together. You have been an inspiration to us, the most brilliant, caring, fun-loving Dad and Pappi. We are so proud of you. We will love, miss and adore you forever. Good night, God bless. Love from Paul, Becci, Ruby and Oliver xxxx

Frudd, Malcolm Treasured memories of a loving son. Mine is just a simple prayer, God bless and keep him in your care. Love from Mum x

Frudd, Malcolm Treasured memories of a dear cousin and gentleman. Those we love dont go away, They walk beside us every day, Unseen, unheard, but always near, Still loved, still missed, and very dear. God bless. Love from Melanie, David and family xxx

Frudd, Malcolm A laugh, a joke, Fun and smiles with you, Thats how Ill always remember you. Much love. From Lorna x

Frudd, Malcolm Our best man. A special smile, a special face, In our hearts a special place, Memories are a gift to treasure, Ours of you will last forever. From Malcolm, Kath, Chris, Clare and Jason

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Tributes and Messages

From Ian Cawthorne

Rest in peace Malcolm!
From Ian (Corky) Cawthorne and Fiance Laura

From Jen, John & Jordan

To our dearest friend, There's a very special garden
where the trees of memory grow
nurtured by the kindness
and concern that good friends show.
The roots are cherished memories
Of good times in the past
the branches tender promises
that souls endure and last.
It's a place of peace and beauty
Where bright new hopes can start
it's memory's lovely garden
that soothes the hurting heart.
Good nite 'Blue Eyes'