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Stuart Leonard Beckinsale

1949 - 2021

Stuart sadly passed away on the 14th February 2021 aged 71 years. He will be dearly missed by all his Family and Friends.


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  1. We have many happy family memories to remember Stuart.
    He will always be in our thoughts.

    Alan Angela and Paul Lake
  2. A beautiful man, will be missed by friends and family. Lots of happy memories of him. A real gent. Xx

    June Conboy
  3. To the Best Dad in the world. The one thing you always gave us was your time. I am now missing a part of me.

    Jennine Pegrum
  4. A wonderful family man with a great sense of humour and enthusiasm for life. RIP Uncle Stuart.

    Mandy Langan
  5. Stuart, you will be sadly missed, you have been a good friend & colleague.
    Always up for a laugh & a joke, lived life to the full, I can’t believe you’re not here anymore.
    RIP

    Alwyn and Kate Edwards
  6. A hard working, talented and humorous man. The life and soul of the team.
    Will be very much missed. In our thoughts.

    Daljit & Parmjit
  7. I have so many wonderful childhood memories of our holidays and family gatherings with you. You were so much fun and always laughing (and let me have more sweets than my parents would). RIP Uncle Stuart. xx

    Leigh Jury
  8. As a family we will remember Stuart with fond memories.
    A pleasure to spend time with, a good sense of humour and enjoyed life to the full.

    Brenda, Joanne, Alison & families
  9. Stuart, a man of incredible talent, humour and honesty. I will miss our chats and your advice, whether it was asked for or not.
    RIP my friend

    Tom and Hannah Churcher
  10. Our sincere condolences to all Stuart’s family and friends. As a work colleague of Stuart’s for many years he will be sadly missed but will remain forever in my thoughts and with very fond and happy memories.

    Darren, Alison and Kaitlyn Hewett.
  11. I met you when I was 18, 32 years ago and have known you ever since, you guided me on all our similar interests like motorcycles and jet skis throughout the years, I’m so gutted we could not make Portsmouth last year to ski for the weekend,
    I do and will always miss you and our chats and the laughs we had,
    Goodbye, god bless, sleep well my friend,
    Martin

    Martin bennett
  12. What a great man .his singing and good humour will be missed. He has left some very funny memories .

    Sonya saunders
  13. I was privileged to work alongside Stuart who was incredibly knowledgable with many skills and talents. He was always willing to to share his extensive knowledge with work colleagues. He had an infectious sense of humour enjoying practical jokes which would light up the day. He had a great sense of fun and an enthusiasm for life and we will miss such a special friend.

    Richard & Alicia Dixon
  14. We have many fond and happy memories of Stuart. As kids Vicki and Pete always enjoyed days at the beach with you on the jet ski. We will miss you but we know wherever you are now, you have already found the water and are in a wet suit. RIP Stuart

    Sylvia, Vicki, Pete and families
  15. An absolute pleasure & honour to have worked alongside Stuart for so many years.
    His advice not just work but life was always extremely appreciated.

    Mark Gosling
  16. Such sad news. Stuart was a lovely colleague and always up for a laugh. He will be much missed. Huge condolences to Pam and family.

    Lou Wyrley-Birch
  17. Stuart was a great friend, neighbour and fishing companion .We had some good times that I will always remember. The current restrictions prevent us from attending today and saying goodbye properly, But we are there in spirit and by video link.
    GOODBYE MATE.

    John and Vivien
  18. I can’t believe you are gone Uncle Stu. Gutted. You always made me smile even during Dad’s passing and I will never forget that. Keep smiling where ever you are now.

    Martin Beckinsale
  19. Many funny memories, Stuart had an infectious sense of humour. Will miss his many stories. He was a great colleague, the place won’t be the same without him. Condolences to Pam and family

    Caroline and Antony Holt
  20. An irreplaceable personality. A joy to work with, I shared many a laugh over a brew. I will miss Stuarts infectious sense of humour and energy. Sorely missed. Thoughts with all the family.

    Dave Blatch
  21. Stuart was a lovely man never a bad word to say about anyone, talented and funny and a colleague who would always have time to offer advice. You will be sorely missed.
    RIP my friend.

    Michael and Sangduan Bryant
  22. I have many fond memories of working alongside Stuart over the past 24 years.
    Stuart will be sadly missed and will forever remain in our thoughts.
    Condolences to Pam and family.

    Mark Coles
  23. A kind, funny and hardworking man, work will not be the same without you there mate. I will take care of the Bandit and make sure she gets a ride-out regularly.

    Sleep well my friend.

    Paul Warwick
  24. RIP Stu, we have so many wonderful memories of working with you. You will be very, very missed by all of us. Your talent is irreplaceable, as are you. Deepest condolences to Pam, your family and friends. Lots of love, Xx

    Gary and Kasey
  25. A pleasure to work with and be around for the last 9 years, Stuart was an extremely kind and talented man who always had time for his friends. Forever more I will hear “alright boy” as I walk in and “that was handsome” as I finish a brew. We have lost a friend and colleague but gained a legend. Rest up mate.

    Kevin Phillips
  26. I will always remember all the years we worked together and our achievements, and my only jet skiing experience when I tried to drown my daughter and myself.

    Anthony HILLS
  27. A lovely man, great talking about boats & jet skis with you and having a laugh. We will miss you, you Salty Old Seadog, God bless xx

    Neal
  28. Although I had not seen Stuart for many years, from the lovely service today I could see that he continued to go through his life just as he had been when we were youngsters, always the joker of the pack.
    Stuarts Mum and my step Dad were brother and sister. we always thought of ourselves as cousins. I have very happy memories Of Stuart, Alan and Malcolm over the years staying on holiday with our family down in South Wales and likewise with us staying with them in West Norwood. Brilliant happy times and great memories.
    Our sincere Condolences From My wife Janet and I To Pam and family.

    John James
  29. An absolute pleasure and honour to have worked and jet skied alongside Stuart. So many happy and fun days at the lake.
    A very talented, hard working, honest and kind person with a captivating personality who I will sorely miss as a colleague and friend.

    Paul Hannington.
  30. We’ll always remember Stuart as the kind, funny, family man he was.
    Your laugh will never be forgotten, it was always so infectious.

    Teresa, Margaret, Joanne and Alice
  31. Stuart will be sadly missed
    I will always remember his laughter and jokes

    Simon slawski
  32. To the best Dad in the world, We will miss you everyday. Love you always

    Paula and Joe
  33. Our love to Pam and family on the loss of a wonderful husband and family man. Our thoughts are with you all. Love Sheila Ray and family.

    Sheila & Ray Bush
  34. Goodbye Stu. You have left us with a lot of happy family memories.

    Pauline and Dave Drake

Service Details

Friday, March 12th 2021 - 14:00
FUNERAL LOCATION
Bournemouth Crematorium, Bournemouth Crematorium, Strouden Avenue, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH8 9HX
BRANCH
Lesley Shand
Corfe Mullen

Family Flowers only, Donations to RNLI instead of.

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