In memory of
Bob Purser

My father was born 29/03/1939 in Luton and he died on 10/06/20. He will be deeply missed by his family and friends.

My father was a very loving husband, father and grandfather . He was married to my mother the late Wendy Purser nee Collins. He was great father to me and my brother Ian. He was also wonderful father in law to my husband Richard and a brilliant grandfather to my daughter Freya.

My father's last job before he took early retirement to look after Mother when she got Cancer was a fork lift driver at British Timken. He worked there for over 25 years.

My Father was a very keen gardener and also had allotment for over 40 yeREAD MORE> ars and was even the chairman for a lot of it. Dad was never happier than when he was out in the garden.

My father was so very happy when Freya his Granddaughter was born. He enjoyed spending lots of time with her, going for walks and even down the allotment where they would spend hours together.

In later life my father was struggling to live on his own so came to move in and live with us. He loved living with us. My dad and I would go round garden centres together and Rich took him to see the Cobblers and Cricket. He also liked being involved with Freya's school life and went to lots of events at the school. He was very proud of her.

Created by Julie Morris


Bob Purser's sycamore tributes


Donated by: Anitha Chadalavada


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We will miss you Bob . Rest in Peace my friend .


Donated by: Brian & Alison Purser


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Sadly missed, forever in our thoughts.


Donated by: Sally Agutter


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My family & I had the pleasure of spending some lovely times with Freya’s Grandad Bob Bob & Rosie his dog x you will be missed by us all x Love Sally Gary Dan & Tom x x


Donated by: Alan and Sheila Purser


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Rest in peace Bob we will always be thinking of you