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Funeral Service

23rd Dec 2020 12.15PM
1 attendee:BS
Director:Morse Funeral Services
Address:Chilterns Crematorium, Whielden Lane, Amersham, HP7 0ND
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Bill Coombs

Bill Coombs

27th Apr 1926 - 28th Nov 2020
94 years
This site is dedicated to the memory of Bill Coombs who died on 28th November 2020. Bill is much loved and will always be remembered. Bill's Funeral Service will take place at 12.15 on Wednesday 23rd December in the Milton Chapel at Chilterns Crematorium, Whielden Avenue, Amersham HP7 0ND. Donations in memory of Bill can be made to Thames Hospice either via this site or cheques sent c/o Morse Funeral Services, 7 Aysgarth Place, Church Road, Iver Heath, SL0 0RE. If you would like to send flowers, you can order these through Morse Funeral Services by calling the office on 01753 372487, or please ask your florist to call us so we can pass on delivery information. If you are unable to attend the service in person, you will be able to view the service via a live stream, please follow the details below: Login / Order ID: 60191 Password: yebcshkg *Due to Covid-19 restrictions are in place on the number of mourners attending a funeral, the family will be making contact with guests with this in mind. It is also required that a face covering is worn whilst in the chapel and social distancing is observed.*


The Rowland girls. Caroline, Nicky, Jane and Tanya.
In loving memory of "Uncle" Bill who always made us smile and always had a good story to tell. He was a dear friend to Ann and Chris.
Chris Coombs
In memory of my eldest brother who did much to shape my life from an early age.He was 16 years older than me and I looked on him as a father figure. His storytelling will be greatly missed!
Hedley and Sue Coombs
In memory of Bill Coombs, much loved Uncle who will be sadly missed.
Frances Bell
In memory of Bill Coombs
Helen Turner
Given in loving memory of Bill Coombs, to help the hospice continue its vital work.