R.I.P Paul John Tasker (Southport)

2nd March 2016

Photo: Paul John Tasker

Paul John Tasker who was a loving father to Kev, Gary and Paul Tasker and Robert Watson… Passed away on Wednesday 24th February at Preston Royal Hospital. He was born on 9/11/64 and died at the age of 51. He had a heart attack in his sleep at home, but was then treated at Royal Preston Hospital where his wife Jeanette Tasker and his son’s where at his side when they turned off the machines.

Paul John Tasker was known best for his Dj’ing all around Southport. He he has dj’d
for many years at the Foghorn Pub in Southport every Monday, Friday & Saturday night.

Paul in his previous years has also worked as a self-employed gardener, Parking assistant at NCP car park on Tulketh Street and was a cab driver for Central Cabs.

His son Paul Michael Tasker describes his dad that everyone who knew him, said he would always tell jokes to make you laugh. He was always a happy guy.

ots-p2ots-wedHe married his wife Jeanette September 2014″ and although there time together was short, they enjoyed many holidays, trips and memories together. Previous to this, he was also married to Helen Tasker for 15 and half years and they also brought up their 4 sons in Ainsdale.

Paul also leaves behind his sister Susan Tasker and his Brother Martin Tasker.

He also left behind his 2-year-old grandson George Tasker.

Rest in Peace.

For anyone who would like to pay their respects to Paul and his family, please contact Howard’s Funeral Directors and respect the family’s privacy at this sad time.


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