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November 13, 2016
Death can be analysed in so many ways: like a candle flame distinguished instantly leaving a trail of smoke to remind folk of the warm glow once surrounding us or, the upright wick slowly flickering until the last glimmer of light fades and dies before our eyes.

You, my darling man, beloved by your entire family was once upright like the wick in a candle. You were solid, loving, supportive, honest, dependable, trusting, caring, humourous and your light shone throughout the sixty five years of me knowing you. Sadly, your light slowly flickered and faded once death crept closer and devoured the glimmer of your life.

Not only did I know your love and have the privilege of being your wife, you had many qualities and titles from son, friend, husband, father, son-in-law, father-in-law, grandfather and great grandfather. All these roles you took on with pride.

I will always love and miss you my darling Douglas Barrett, my beloved husband. Shirley.