Here are the death announcements carried in the Gazette this week.


Of Berkeley.

Passed away at home on Monday 14th September 2020 aged 90.

Funeral service to be held at St Andrew’s Church Sharpness on Friday 2nd October at 11:30am.

Attendance restrictions apply, please call L.W.Clutterbuck.

Donations in lieu of attendance for British Heart Foundation and Alzheimer’s Association.


Of The Slade.

Passed away peacefully at Cheltenham Hospital on 6th September 2020 aged 68.

Survived by two Sons, one Daughter, two Grandchildren and one Brother. A true stalwart member of Dursley Rugby Club.

Funeral service will be held at Gloucester Crematorium on Friday 2nd October at 2:30pm a webcast will be available, through, due to limited attendance.

There will be a drive up to the rugby club before at 1:40pm.

Donations in memory are for Wooden Spoon and may be sent c/o L. W. Clutterbuck Ltd. Funeral Directors.


Of Larkrise, formerly North Nibley.

Passed away peacefully at home on 5th September 2020 aged 84 surrounded by his loving family.

He is survived by his wife Shirley, four children, seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

There will be a private funeral service.

Donations in lieu of flowers are for Cancer Research UK c/o L. W. Clutterbuck Ltd.


Passed away September 14th 2020.

Loved and very sadly missed by Dad and family.


Of Berkeley.

Passed away suddenly at home on the 13th September 2020, aged 67 years.

A much-loved son, brother, uncle and friend.

A private cremation will take place.

No flowers please, donations to The Racehorse Sanctuary may be sent to: Michael Gamble Funeral Directors Ltd., Station House, Station Road, Stroud, GL5 3AR or online at


Of Exeter, Canada, formerly of Hawkesbury Upton, England.

Passed peacefully at Jessica’s House, Exeter, on Friday, September 11, 2020 at the age of 79.

Beloved husband of Christine (Ryan) Winbow for 56 years.

Dear father of Charene and Mark Winbow-Deacon of Hawkesbury Upton and Craig and Kim Winbow of Exeter. Grandfather to Sam Deacon; Evan and Jenni and Grace Winbow. Great Grandpa to Olivia and Reid Winbow.

Mick is survived by brother and sisters Gwen, Vic and Pat and will be remembered by his sister-in-law Liz and Gordon Tuck as well as many nieces, nephews, and family friends in Canada and England.

Predeceased by his parents Reginald and Ella Winbow, his infant son (1968), his grandson Ben (1997) and brothers and sisters Don, Bill, Judy, Pam and Peg.

Michael emigrated to Canada in 1965. Settling in London with his beloved wife Christine then moving to the family farm (1974). He worked in the construction industry and farmed on the Sunshine Line, Usborne Township. Michael started J & M Drywall in 1987 and worked there until he retired.

Visitation was held at the Haskett Funeral Home, 370 William Street, Exeter on Wednesday from 6-9 pm. A private memorial service was held on Thursday, September 17 at 11 am. Though the service was private, the family invites you to watch from the comfort of your home.

Watch the service by visiting Cremation with interment at Exeter Cemetery, Exeter.

In lieu of flowers donations to Jessica’s House – Huron County would be appreciated by the family.