Obituary

David Fullbrook

Published in the Borehamwood Times on 10 May 12

FULLBROOK, David 17.04.59 - 25.04.12. Will be greatly missed by mum Win, brother Steve, son Daniel, daughter Chelsea, stepson Jes and grand children. Will never be forgotten. Rest in peace Son. Funeral on 11th May, 2.00pm at Garston Crematorium. Any donations to PDSA Hendon or The Heart Foundation. Up The Gunners!

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  • 23/05/12 Iggy Schultz says Words can't describe how I feel, growing up with Dave, Rob and the rest of the crew was the best time of my life, I can never remember A time that we didn't laugh and it was all such fun, the tears haven't stoped flowing since I heard this awful news, all my love goes to all the family and those he left behind, God bless him and no doubt he will never be forgoten.

    Iggy.
    Words can't describe how I feel, growing up with Dave, Rob and the rest of the crew was the best time of my life, I can never remember A time that we didn't laugh and it was all such fun, the tears haven't stoped flowing since I heard this awful news, all my love goes to all the family and those he left behind, God bless him and no doubt he will never be forgoten. Iggy. Report this post
  • 23/05/12 Iggy Schultz says I heard this awful news last week about Dave, and was heartbroken. Sadly the funeral had already taken place and I didn't get the opportunity to say goodbye.
    I have such great memories... all through my teenage years and beyond. Dave and all the other lads that hung out together, we all had so much fun and load's of laughter, undoubtably it was the most enjoyable time of my growing years - he was so full of life and you never knew what he was going to be...., he would be Ziggy stardust one week and the next, look like a member of the Clockwork Orange gang, best not mention that 1.
    There hasn't been a day since I was told that I've had dry eye's, My heart bleed's for his family.
    There is no consolation, but in those short years that he had, he lived 150 compared to any other man.
    I will miss him and will never forget him and those good times.
    Iggy.
    I heard this awful news last week about Dave, and was heartbroken. Sadly the funeral had already taken place and I didn't get the opportunity to say goodbye. I have such great memories... all through my teenage years and beyond. Dave and all the other lads that hung out together, we all had so much fun and load's of laughter, undoubtably it was the most enjoyable time of my growing years - he was so full of life and you never knew what he was going to be...., he would be Ziggy stardust one week and the next, look like a member of the Clockwork Orange gang, best not mention that 1. There hasn't been a day since I was told that I've had dry eye's, My heart bleed's for his family. There is no consolation, but in those short years that he had, he lived 150 compared to any other man. I will miss him and will never forget him and those good times. Iggy. Report this post

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