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Johnny Hudson

JOHNNY HUDSON Of Richmond Crescent, Knuzden, passed away suddenly at home on Sunday 7th July 2019, aged 50 years. The dearly loving husband of Jackie, a proud father of Jade, Jessey and Johnny, a beloved son of Linda and Spud, a much loved brother of Jodie and Jamie and also an adored grandad. Johnny will be very sadly missed by all his loving family, friends and work colleagues. His funeral service will take place at 9.30am on Friday 19th July 2019, at St John's Church, Accrington prior to interment in Accrington Cemetery. Flowers are welcome and are requested to be brought to the graveside. Further enquires please to Paul Barton of Barton & Hallworth Funeral Service, The Old Foxhill, 136-8 Union Road, Oswaldtwistle. BB5 3DR. Tel: 01254 390542.

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  • x pugilistsays...

    SO SORRY TO HERE OF YOUR VERY SAD LOSS ALL OUR LOVE TO ALL OF THE FAMILY JACK AND MARGARET BERRY AND FAMILY XXX
  • Jade Hudson says...

    To the world just one man but to us the world. Night night Daddy xx
  • Paul Williamssays...

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    Johnny wasn't just my boss at work he was my friend someone I respected greatly. He always had our backs he was always there to listen and advise you. Thoughts are with his family and friends. I will miss you mate 💙
  • Gary Bucklesays...

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    A fellow Rovers fan, a great colleague, a friend, someone to have a laugh with. Hugely respected by me and everyone who knew him. Will be sadly missed by all his colleagues at DHL and Cadent Gas. He was a great man.
  • Paul Baileysays...

    I never thought I would be writing this for you Jonny but since the first time I met you and the lads at hare and hounds (westend)before we went on the match I knew we would get on great,we had some great laughs (even when rovers lost)away games,finals and semi finals,great sense of humour,similar music,what an honor it was to know you,gonna miss you pal keep that Blue flag flying in heaven, Pauly & Suzanne xxx
  • Tony Lowesays...

    So sad to lose such a great man, who was not only a boss but also a good friend. Who saw something in me that he could develope for the better. I wouldn't be where I am now if it wasn't for Johnny Hudson, I owe him so much but now can't thank him. A quiet man who kept himself to himself and will be missed by more people than he ever could of imagined. Sleep tight Johnny.
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