Ellis Kieran White
28 March 1996 – 12 February 2021. Forever 24
28 March 1996 …. Our lives changed forever!
Welcome …. Ellis Kieran White to the world, 11 days early, blond, blue eyes and oh so beautiful.
Sleep …. who needs it? It’s so overrated and why is my tummy is always empty, feed me?
Walk …. why walk when you can run?
Smile …. why smile when a funny face will do?
Hair …. blond, long, short, shaved, slicked back, he tried them all.
Birds …. So Scary!
Eyelashes …. the envy of every girl.
Music …. from his first love Shania Twain through to Kasabian and The 1975s
Leicester …. proud to come from ‘Les-Ta’.
Sport …. playing with odd-shaped balls was his preference but loved all sports.
Oadby Wyggs …. his beloved rugby club.
Tigers …. played for their Junior Academy and lifelong fan.
Fun …. big personality, lots of laughs, so very cheeky
DJ …. Flat White
Travel …. New York, Italy, Ibiza, Morocco, Dubai, Greece, ran out of time for Australia and inter-railing.
Daring …. why not parachute jump from an aeroplane for charity?
Dating …. broke a few hearts.
Brother …. adored his Big Bro Owen and Little Bro Rhys
Family …. meant everything to him, a big heart full of love.
Health …. from runny ears, chronic rhinitis, hearing aids, HSP, Kidney Disease, Kidney transplant, Covid-19 …. a list far too long for someone so young.
Brave …. beyond words!!!!!
12 February 2021 …. our lives changed forever again. Ellis you will be missed beyond words, forever!! There’s an Elmo shaped hole in our hearts.
Tracey, Lee, Owen and Rhys would like to thank J Stamp & Sons, Chris and David Stamp for their upmost professionalism and sensitivity. Mon Amie, Louise and Julie, for the most amazing floral tributes from the family and friends. Reverend Ludger Fremmer for a beautiful, fitting service at St Wilfrid’s Church, for our gorgeous boy.
Finally, to those that chose to have their ‘daily walk’ outside the church on the 9 March. Your faces were unfortunately a blur through our tears; but we’d like to thank you all so very much for coming to pay your last respects. It was amazing to see so many people; Ellis would be truly overwhelmed.