March-Jerome 1984 - 2003
went to school at Firshill and then to Tapton High. He was a keen
footballer and athlete, who was scouted by Rotherham and Matlock,
and played for the Woodhouse Angels.
always be remembered as a joker but a true friend, he made people
laugh and he had no enemies. Hilarian was involved with the Millenium
Volunteers, he had certificates in scuba diving, fire training,
first aid and awards from the Athletics Association. He was currently
training to be a door supervisor. Hilarian was named after his father
who in turn was named after a French black racing stallion. Although
Hilarian lived in Wyburn he spent his time with friends in Burngreave.
was held at Christchurch with a full church, the casket was draped
with the ancestral fighting tartan of the March family. He is buried
at Concord Cemetery. His headstone has an inscription on it from
his friends, “To a soldier, you had our back in life, We have
your back now that you’re asleep.”
tragically in a car accident on Mother’s Day, and is sadly
missed by all his family and friends. His mother would like to thank
everyone who attended the open house before and after the funeral,
and who told their stories and shared their memories of Hilarian.
They helped the family get through a sad time.