Chris Chapman

Worthing, West Sussex


CHAPMAN Chris Sadly passed away, surrounded by his family, on Friday May 10th 2019 in Worthing Hospital.Much loved husband of Delia, a dear Dad & Pop, he will be very sadly missed by all his family and friends.All are welcome to a celebration of his life at St Mary's Church, Broadwater on...

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So sad to hear Delia. I remember the Montague days with fond memories. Me and Angie working for you with the worm (Dave Erskine) propping up the bar! Dave died this week as well. How spooky is that.
I'm visiting the UK from Aus first two weeks of June. Will put a flower on his grave then. Take care.

Rest in peace big man ❤

Very sad to hear the passing of Chris Chapman.
He was a lovely and down to earth guy.
I send all my love to his family and friends xx

(Nisha - Works at The Tudor House Hotel that he used to own)

My husband and I met at Chapmans, wonderful memories of the soul nights. We have bern married 38 years. Chris and Delia you were legends in our youth. What a special man. Our condolences to all the Delia and all the family. X

We send our condolences to Delia. My husband used to go to the Montague for the social life and the soul nights. I met him there and we have wonderful memories and have made many good friends there, as we celebrate 38 years of marriage. Chris and Delia, you were legends. He was an amazing guy. X

Thanks for all the memories Chris RIP.
The Longleys

Our thoughts are with you Delia and family. Chris was a true gentleman I will always be proud to have known him as a friend.

So sad to hear of cousin Chris' passing. It's a real regret to me that we cousins didn't maintain the close contact our parents did. Liz and I send profound condolences to Delia and the kids

Thank you for ensuring we grow up by the beach and not in Bedford! You will be sadly missed, we have very fond memories of you. Are thoughts go out to Delia and the boys during this hard time, may you rest in peace. Love Alison, Sophie and Chloe Pipe xx