TANNER (BRIAN ERNEST)
Born 14th February 1931 passed away peacefully on 27th April 2022.
Brian my husband and soulmate, I will treasure the memories of all the wonderful years we shared. Together we had 4 girls, 6 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. I watched you suffer and heard you sigh
But all I could do is just stand by
I prayed to god to stop your pain
The time then came when you had to part
I watched you go with a broken heart.
You will always be my one and only Love forever Maxine.
TANNER (Brian Ernest):
To our wonderful Dad,
Love is a bond
That death cannot part
You are gone from our arms
But still held in our hearts
Thank you for the love you gave
The knowledge you shared
Love you today, tomorrow, forever.
Until we meet again, Christine, Janice and families.
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TANNER BRIAN ERNEST Loving Dad to Sharon Father in Law to Alex,
Pop to Melinda and Luke
Great Pop to Ava, Sofia, Valentina.
Beautiful memories we will all hold close to our hearts forever.
God saw that you were getting tired, A cure was not to be. So He put his arms around you and whispered "Come with Me". With tearful eyes, we watched you suffer, and saw you fade away. Although we loved you dearly, we could not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands to rest.
God broke our hearts to prove to us He only takes "the best".
RIP Dad Love You Always xxx
My blue eyed brother in heaven reunited now with Mum, Dad and your beautiful Deborah.
No more pain now Brian. Love always, Jennie x x
Deepest sympathy to Maxine, Sharon, Christine and Janice and to Brian's extented family. Brian was a lovely, kind man who will be missed. Our beautiful Deborah will be looking after him now for us.
With love, Diane.
Many memories of bee keeping days with my Dad.
Bill Burnett Jnr