A one-of-a-kind who loved life, inspired others and thrived on having fun. He will be sorely missed by all. A Bristol businessman, loving husband and father of three. Mike loved his friends, family, holidays, his business and earlier days of tennis.

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14 Feb 2019
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Collection of donations in memory of Mike from David, Francis, Polly, Jonny, Jonathan, Sophie, Peter, Jessica, Julie, Darren, Brian & Alison. Thank you all so much for your support. It is very much appreciated.
13 Feb 2019
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Sarah Lee
08 Feb 2019
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Best of luck with the cycle. All our love Matt & Sarah x
Steve Jones
05 Feb 2019
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Mike was a fabulous friend who will be dearly missed.
The fantastic care of all the St Peter's Hospice staff is very much appreciated.
The Jones family.
Jane Duffy
03 Feb 2019
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‘And when the night is cloudy there is still a light that shines on me
Shine until tomorrow, let it be.’
Mike - still shining, still dancing.
From The Duffy’s, with love xxx
Bruce and Clare Ash
30 Jan 2019
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With very fond memories of a close friend and tennis partner.
Sally Fletcher
30 Jan 2019
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I am making this donation on behalf of Kings Lawn Tennis Club. Mike was much loved at Kings, as are his family. His work on the committee leaves a much appreciated legacy to the club.
25 Jan 2019
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Lots of happy memories
Bob & Jane Isaacs.
Jude Graham
25 Jan 2019
We raise a glass to you Mike in memory of a great friend and neighbour. The bottom of our garden just won’t be the same without you over the fence.
21 Jan 2019
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We were so lucky to have had such a kind, funny, generous and talented Uncle, you are already so missed by us all.

Thank you once again to all the staff at St Peter's Hospice for looking after our lovely Uncle Michael and family with such warmth and kindness. You all do an incredible job and you have created such a special place.

With love and a glass of red, Sally & Greg xXx
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