Robert Heyes
5th Bn Lancashire Fusiliers 1965 to 1969

ROBERT HEYES - born 10th October 1946 - died 18th August 2012
ROBERT HEYES - A loving husband, father, brother-in-law, uncle and granddad to be, Died peacefully in hospital on the 18th August 2012 aged 65
My wonderful, loving, patient, precious, brave and exceptional husband. You showed courage and determination to overcome all adversity over many years. You were my soul mate, and I will love and miss you always. Thank you for loving me. Night God bless sweetheart, your heartbroken and loving wife Carol. xxx

My very special dad, my hero, my everything. Your positive approach to life, your never ending determination and your unrivalled bravery is an inspiration to us all. You were taken from us far too soon, my heart will never recover. I love you so much and I will miss you beyond measure. Always, your daughter Deb and partner Dan xxx

Dad, I am so proud to be your son. As long as I can remember you have showed courage and resilience in the face of such adversity. I will always try to live up to the example you set me. My greatest sorrow is that you will never get to meet your grandchild. I love you. Rest now, in peace.
Your son Rob, and daughter-in-law Jessica.

ROBERT HEYES died 18th August 2012
The family would like to thank their family, friends and neighbours, for their cards, messages of condolence and flowers received at this sad time. We would like to thank ROBERT'S comrades in the 5th Battalion Regiment of the Lancashire Fusiliers for their condolences and presence at ROBERT'S funeral.
Thank you, to those who donated to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Bury Branch.
Special thanks to the Emergency Call Centre, the Paramedic, Ambulance Service, Accident and Emergency doctors, nurses and staff. Special thanks to all the doctors, nurses and staff on ward F2 at Fairfield General hospital.
Thank you to Reverend Derek French and the Co-op Funeral Service.

I would like to add my own condolence's I had just come out of hospital and was unable to attend Robert's Funeral,
Robert was one of the many volunteer's who helped when we ran the Fusiliers Krypton Factor Competition
Dennis Laverick