Funeral Tribute

Brian John Booth



Originally from Derbyshire England and late of Kuraby.
Brian passed away peacefully surrounded by the love of his family in the Princess Alexandra Hospital on Friday 17th September 2021. At the time of his passing Brian was only 76 years of age.

Brian has now re-joined the love of his life and soulmate Jeanette and son Joshua both of whom passed before him.

Brian “Dad” leaves behind his adoring children David, Luke, Sarah, Matthew, Rebecca, and their partners.
Their life will never be the same however, their dad’s strong influence will continue to guide them and the coming generations through the years.

Brian or Poppy as he was better known as will also be deeply missed by his loving grandchildren Patrick, Laurence, Chloeisha, Kyle, Jarrell, Shanieka, Darnell, Iesha, Akaisha, Tataya, Tia, Keeshaya, Jamillaa, Josh, Jakai, Isla-Jeanette, Amiah and Eva-Bryanna. who will always remember his funny, kind and cheeky character.

At this time Brian’s family would like to thank the Doctors, Nurses and Support staff of the Princess Alexandra Hospital for the love care and attention that they show to Brian and his family that helped to make his final days as peaceful as possible.

Brian’s family and friends are respectfully invited to attend his celebration of service that will be held in the Chapel of the Redeemer Lutheran College 745 Rochdale Road Rochdale on Tuesday 28th September 2021 commencing at 10:00 Am


Redeemer Lutheran Collge


Tuesday 28th September 2021


10:00 am


745 Rochedale Road Rochedale

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