A kindly man who will be greatly missed.
R.I.P., Brother, my fraternal love and condolences to your family, SMIB.
Bro A Halstead, Holme Valley Lodge #652
A lovely, lovely, gentleman. A shining example to us all. Rest in peace. You will be greatly missed by us all.
Farewell Stuart, I shall miss your wise words, your good counsel but above all I shall miss your company. Rest in peace, for it is well finished.
RIP Stuart you will be sadly missed by all of us who had the pleasure of knowing you and being in your company.
Rest in Peace Stuart. It was a pleasure and a privilege knowing and working with you.
He lived respected and died regretted. RIP Stuart.
Stuart, you were a real gentleman and a wonderful Freemason. You’ll be greatly missed. May you rest in peace under the care of the Great Architect.
You Sir were a gentle man, always kind and respectful even though you did not know me, an example to us all, you will be very sadly missed .
A true gentleman, a dedicated Freemason, always a pleasure to be in his company.
May he rest in peace.
Stuart was a true gent and a great inspiration to all who had the privilege to know him.
MEZ South Yorkshire Installed Principals
A lovely man and Mason,
Privilege to have known him.
Great loss to so many
So nice to have know such a gentleman.
Stuart was a wonderful Mason and gentleman. He always had a great smile and time for you at the Provincial meetings and the Charity AGM.
A light in all of our lives.
So sorry to hear of Very Worshipful Bro. Stuart Grantham's passing; he was a valued member of my lodge (Hall Cross) and supported us all with such a gentle manner. I was so lucky to be Master last year and have Stuart by my side encouraging and supporting me. He will be missed by all, was loved by all and my sincere condolences to his family. W. Bro. Chris Smith
I'm not a grand or provincial officer, nor the master or past master of any lodge. I'm just a young Mason learning the trade and whenever I saw Stuart he always gave me all his time and attention whenever we spoke and gave me sound advice in his own gentle and distinctive way. I have found that there are some special Brethren that remain in your thoughts long after their passing to the Grand Lodge above and I will remember Stuart as one of these.
God bless, VW Bro Grantham.
A sad loss to Freemasonry in general and the Don Valley Lodge in particular. We shall miss him greatly. Our thoughts and prayers are with Ann and the family
A true gentleman who always made you feel special. Kind in soul and spirit. He will be missed. RIP Sir
RIP in the Grand Lodge above Stuart.
Thoughts and prayers for your family.
W. Bro. L. J. Dolman
MEZ Nelson of the Nile Chapter No.264
Taken far too soon. A true Brother who enriched so many lives including my own. A privilege to have had the honour of knowing you and working with you. Our thoughts and prayers are with Ann and the family. Rest In Peace my good friend. Alan & Pam Elstone
A Privilege to know and work with such a Gentleman and Brother.
Time to rest now Brother, Time to rest, Now Rest In Peace.
A true gentleman and a wonderful and a greatly respected Freemason who enriched all our lives. He will be greatly missed. Rest in peace Stuart.
R.I.P. VW Brother Grantham, Masonry personified
A friend, a brother, a great loss. R.I.P VWBro Stuart, you will always be in my thoughts at 9.30pm.
In terms of years i did not know Stuart for long but i feel very privileged to have know him at all. A man full of humanity. A sad loss.
Stuart was a gentleman who was easy to talk to. A respected Mason and we'll liked by all who knew him. You will be sadly missed. Your passing will be regretted by all who knew you.
He was a real gentleman and a true mason. He was called to higher service far too service. RIP - you will be missed.
I came to know and love Stuart before I became a Freemason. He was such a gentleman, and I will miss him greatly. Rest in peace, my dear friend.
Stuart was a Gentleman, a true Freemason and delightful company. He was also extremely helpful and supportive and I will never forget his calm, wise and reassuring presence when, as the PGM's Representative at his Lodge's Installation, I sat on his left even though he was of course the Deputy Provincial Grand Master. We both found it extremely amusing. He rose to eminence by merit, lived respected and died regretted.
I am incredibly shocked and saddened at the passing of a most excellent brother. Stuart was intelligent, kind and had a wonderful sense of humour.
He was always full of life and made any brother feel welcome and at ease.
His loss will be felt for a very long time.
God Bless him and his family, we have all been blessed to know him.
A Brother from Stonegate Lodge 6118.
A great pleasure to have known, learned from and worked with a giant of a man and Mason. RIP VW/Bro Grantham.
One of life's true gentlemen. Stuart was Freemasonry personified. RIP Stuart my sincere condolences to his family.
Simply one of the finest, kindest gentlemen it was my privilege to have known.
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