Death Notices & Obituaries

John Summerbell

SUMMERBELL John BSc MCSP Local Physiotherapist passed away peacefully on 3rd January 2014 after a courageous battle with cancer, aged 51 ---------- Much loved and sorely missed son of Una and John, brother of Mandy and Paul, wife of Lisa and father of George. Our dear brother John, you gave friendship, comfort and good health to so many. Fate has taken you far too soon. You will be remembered and cherished by all your family and friends. “Sleep peacefully and say hello to Dad” ----------- Funeral Service followed by Reception on Friday 31st January, 2pm, St. Peters Church, Shakespeare Road, Boyatt Wood, Eastleigh, SO50 4FZ Family, Friends, Colleagues, Patients all welcome ---------- No flowers please, donations to Cancer Research UK c/o Richard Steel & Partners, Alderman House, 12-14 City Road, Winchester S023 8SD or via on John’s tribute page



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  • evelyn gillsonsays...

    To the Family of John: Please accept my condolences on the passing of John. John and I were colleagues at St. Josephs Care Group Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. John was one of the most caring, professional individuals I have met in my career. There was definitely a void in our multidisciplinary team when he left with his family to return to England. John was highly respected by the patients he served as well as the professional team. We in Thunder Bay Ontario, who knew John were very saddened to hear of his illness, which in the end won out over I am sure his wanting to live so much especially for his son George. To the family and especially to his son George, "he was a wonderful individual and I am certain a perfect dad". Thinking of you all at this time. Sincerely Evelyn Gillson
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