Jugsters Mcc

This Page is Dedicated to 

Members and Friends Lost, 

 but not forgotten.

You reached for the secret too soon.

You cried for the moon

Shine on you crazy diamond. 

Pink Floyd

Weasel. 1953 - 2007 

Weasel was a long standing member of the Jugsters and was legendary amongst his club brothers and sisters and rallygoers  alike. With cool, laid back approach and propensity for vast amounts of alcohol. he was the epitome of an old school biker. Many a tale of his escapades have been shared around a camp fire and kept original members and newbies in awe of his character.

Sadly, at the age of 54, the lifestyle took it's toll. Such was the fame of the man, over two hundred bikes followed the funeral, bringing Nuneaton to a complete standstill.

Rest easy Pard. It's your round when we get there!

Ian (Bean) Sturgess. 1965-2012 

Bean left us on the 10th August 2012 after a short illness, aged 46. A standing member of the Jugsters for several years, he always brought a smile to your face. A man of small stature- he took some stick-as is the way of the club members, but he took it all in good humour. He could dish it out too! With a big grin and quick wit it was a pleasure to be in his company. Sadly, he had been unable to ride for a while, due to a hip complaint. He had undergone a hip replacement in March 2012 which had cheered him a great deal. He was looking forward to getting back in the saddle when, sadly, he was taken from us.

Within that small frame beat the heart of a giant.

 Sue Emery 1958-2015

It is our sad duty to inform you all of the loss of  Sue Emery, one of our own. Sue fell ill on Monday  16th of November and went into a coma. She was diagnosed with an aneurysm (bleed to the brain) and never regained conciousness. Doctors  turned off her life support on Wednesday 18th of November.

Sue was loved by all who knew her. Firstly she was a loving mother and Grandma, adored by her family and, young at heart, liked to get out and party with the best of them! She had a great, dry humour that always made you smile. Sue could dish out the banter as well as she took it. Usually within a split second she had an answer for any comment thrown her way.

The world is a little less bright and humorous without her. She will be sadly missed. Rest in Peace Bab.... See you at the bar.

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