Funeral Service

Time: 12.20pm

Date: Thursday 2nd November, 2023

Service Details:
The service and cremation will be held at Accrington Crematorium.

Roger John Lamonby

On 18th October, 2023 peacefully in hospital, Roger, aged 76 years of Langho. The dearly loved and loving husband of Joyce, much loved dad of Kirsty and Victoria, dear father in law of Brian and Russell and devoted grandad Roger of William, Harry, Eleanor, Honor and Evangeline.

Roger spent his working life as a computer programmer with Hyndburn Borough Council, taking early retirement.Roger loved fishing, cycling, table tennis and golf. He also enjoyed watching American Football and rugby on TV, as well as the simple joys of life – watching Coronation Street, listening to music and exploring hidden treasures at car boot sales. Roger was gifted with a wonderful sense of humour, and was the greatest wit, his intelligence shining through. A happy home bird, he cherished  family times and was the most doting grandad. He liked to indulge in a favourite bag of Monster Munch, as well as his Jammie Dodgers, which the grandchildren loved to bring for him. In passing, Roger leaves behind a legacy of love, laughter, and a life well-lived. He was deeply loved and adored by his family.

Donations in lieu of flowers are gratefully being received on behalf of Kidney Research UK (North West) To donate, please click on the blue button link at the foot of this page.

Please feel free to leave a message for Roger’s online memorial book by completing the form below.

    Sue Rees formerly Stockton

    Fond memories of a true gentleman with such a quiet yet wicked sense of humour. Such a devoted family man. RIP Roger 💔😢

    Arnold and Mary Dawes

    Ever since we heard the sad news of Roger’s passing we have been filled with happy memories, especially Arnold who had the pleasure of working with Roger at HBC and at play. We have truly lost a very good friend.

    Denise and Stuart Tate

    Fond memories. Rest in peace Roger X


    I know we lost touch. But I still remember you from the old days. RIP Roger