This site is a tribute to Harry Outrim, who was born in Leatherhead on June 09, 1934. He is much loved and will always be remembered.
Harry was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in March 2008, a year or so after diagnosis Harry then developed dementia.
Parkinson's is a disease that has no cure and will get worse over time, Harry suffered with mobility and memory problems. No two people that have the condition are the same and that's why having the support of Parkinson's nurses and people that really understand the disease was so crucial throughout Harry's illness.
Dementia is a terrible condition which caused Harry to become forgetful and have slow thought processes which in turn made communicating hard. It also causes changes in sufferers sleeping patterns and eventually means people will loose interest in things they love.
Now Harry has passed, I know he would encourage donations in his memory to try and help people and their families who have Dementia and Parkinson's.
The funeral service will take place on Monday 15th May at 12.15pm at:
Kent and Sussex Crematorium
Benhall Mill Road, Tunbridge Wells TN2 5JJ
Please join us after the service at:
Tea Garden Lane
As Harry had Parkinson's and Dementia, we know it would have been his wish that after his passing, should his friends and family wish to make a donation in his memory that they have the option of supporting either
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