RIP Brian Wright
Peacefully at his home on 16th April 2021, Brian aged 83 years of Clayton-le-Moors. The devoted and loved husband of Josie, loving dad of Steven, Mandy and Barbie, dear father-in-law of John, Elliot and Julie, cherished grandad of Arran, Amy, Roberta and Fenella.
He was a life long member of Enfield Cricket Club and spent many happy hours supporting his team and socialising with his friends. He was a great supporter and a lovely man. Sending our condolences to all his family and friends.
RIP Brian. Very sad news. He will be missed by many - a big loss to the club.
From all the Enfield cricket club family.
Brian’s Funeral Cortege will pass Enfield Cricket Club at 1.25pm on Tuesday 27th April for anyone wishing to pay their respects.
Family flowers only please, donations are being received in memory of Brian on behalf of British Heart Foundation via https://www.memorygiving.com/brianwright1
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Date: Tuesday 27th April 2021
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