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Stephen Addison

STEPHEN ADDISON On December 6, 2013, suddenly at his home in Little Lever, Stephen aged 18 years. Beloved son of Steve, brother of Paul and Tammy, nephew to Trevor and Pauline, cousin of Katheryn and Emma, dear friend of Faheem, Lee and Sully. Always loved and dearly missed. The Funeral Service and interment will take place at Radcliffe Cemetery on Monday, December 23 at 11.30 am. Family flowers only please; donations, in lieu, to Diabetes UK in memory of Stephen, welcome. Donations may be forwarded, along with all enquiries, to Paul Williams Independent Funeral Directors, 138-140 Bury New Road, Whitefield, Manchester, M45 6AD. Tel: 0161 796 6018.

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    Hi mate, Pretty sure your birthday coming up and its mad you’re not here anymore. Wish I could have said goodbye in 2013 but didn’t know where to go at the time. Hope you’re dads okay. You two were particularly close and I always admired that, always had crazy aspirations to do with each other like quad bikes and pretty sure you were going speedboating or something at some point as well. We had a short, but ace friendship. Randomly joined our class in Kearsley West one year and we were friends instantly. I remember one time I went up to your house when you were living with your step mum, I didn’t tell my mum I’d gone out and I thought she was gonna go mad at me. When I did go home, it was well late and I heard all loads of sirens and that. Panicked and rode home faster, to find what looked like police cars outside my house. My dad only had gone and slipped a disc in his back. He’s going well now anyway, went on to build like 3 new sheds and completely redone the house. Nowt wrong with him! We disconnected a little when we left school - I think you left George’s a bit sooner than we did but that’s fine. Pretty sure we’d have just chilled out like no time has passed had we met up again after that. Good lad you were. We still remember you. Rest in peace, Ste G.
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