Obituaries in Congleton

Valerie & Trevor Tew.


By Larvin & Clegg

Monday, 18th January 2021 | Death Notices

Val and Trevor's wedding day.

Valerie passed away peacefully on October 26th 2020 aged 78. Following a short illness Trevor passed away on November 8th 2020 aged 82.

They were both dearly loved and devoted to each other. Loving parents of Stephen and Neil, father and mother-in law of Carol, treasured grandparents to Kayleigh and Oliver. Valerie was a loving sister of Michael and Richard. Trevor a loving brother of Gerald and Christine. Both were much loved friends to many.

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McLoughlin Alexandra - "Alex"


By Three Shires

Tuesday, 3rd November 2020 | Death Notices

Peacefully following a short illness. Alex aged 58 years and late of Congleton. Devoted wife of Gary and Loving mum of Andy and Nick. Alex will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by all her family and friends. Family flowers only. Donations if desired to NHS Charities Together. Funeral details are private at this time. For more information please contact Three Shires Independent Funeral Services, 7 Moody Street, Congleton. 01260 279507

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KNOWLES Adrienne Joy


By Three Shires

Tuesday, 3rd November 2020 | Death Notices

Peacefully on 16th October 2020 in the care of Stepping Hill Hospital, Adrienne aged 76 years late of Walfield Avenue and formerly of Davenport Lodge, Congleton. Devoted wife of David and loving mother of Sarah, Clare and Emily. Treasured Grandma of Archie and Ella. Family flowers only. Donations if desired to The Christie at Macclesfield Appeal or The Stoke Unit, Stepping Hill Hospital are to be sent through the funeral director.

Funeral details are private at this time. All enquiries to Three Shires Independent Funeral Services, 7 Moody Street, Congleton CW12 4AN 01260 279507

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Ronald HEMBROUGH


By Larvin & Clegg

Thursday, 29th October 2020 | Death Notices

Ron sadly passed away at home on October 1st 2020 aged 94. Ron will be fondly remembered and sadly missed by all who knew him. Born in 1926 in Manchester, Ron left school at 14 and was evacuated to Congleton where he joined an engineering company as an apprentice toolmaker.

Ron left home at 19 to join the navy and after 6 weeks in Portsmouth, he was shipped abroad to the Far East on an aircraft carrier. He was in the shower when the alarm went off, as a Japanese aircraft began firing. He later wrote that he was petrified and war had become very real! Later he was posted to Ceylon when the allies dropped the atomic weapons on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, bringing an end to the war. He was later sent to Singapore where the ship underwent a refit. Ron used to be responsible for taking 20 Japanese prisoners for daily walks.

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