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Enid
9 years ago

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Enid
9 years ago

Vera was such a wonderful person. Vera and my Dad (Fred) both had something very special built into them that is difficult to exactly identify, or even be very specific about. They were both very special people as individuals, but they also shared a very special understanding of what makes the world go round and how to communicate with either pauper or king. To them it was easy, take a big slice of compassion, add a little bit of wisdom and a big helping of fun, stir well and dish it out with a twinkle in the eye smile that could light up the world.

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Nick Jempson
9 years ago

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Nick Jempson
9 years ago

Young Nan

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Nick Jempson
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Nick Jempson
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Tara
9 years ago

During the 1940s, '50s and '60s, my family spent yearly holidays at Sheerness, Kent, England, with my Aunt. Vera's mother must have been her sister-in-law and I have great memories of Vera and her family. Theirs was a close-knit family and Vera was a loving and caring mother. We were always welcomed and their warmth and friendship helped to make our holidays memorable.

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Di Wallace
9 years ago

How lucky was I to have had Vera in my life; there was always her smile to welcome me and then we would share a cup of tea and I'd tell her my news. Sadly my sorrow can not be avoided but she has left me with so many wonderful memories and I know that she would much prefer that I smiled for her today and always. Di xx

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Sandra Batey
9 years ago

Your gentle smile, and loving heart will long be remembered. You taught us all how to be patient.

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Peter Bishop
9 years ago

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Linda Jempson
9 years ago

When she visited Canada, she and I would go for walks together to pick the wildflowers. I really felt she was not only listening to what I had to say, but also made me feel my views were important to her.

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Paul St John Cox
9 years ago

I will always remember how Nan was so genuinely happy to see you, she would enjoy every moment of experiences happening around her.

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Tara
10 years ago

Nan always had a smile for the people around her even when she wasn't feeling the best. Sometimes it was pure sunlight, other times mischief hinted through.

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Enid
10 years ago

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Anthony
9 years ago

What a beautiful photo. A classy classy lady. RIP Vera and love to Enid and family. Anthony, Carmen, and Eliana.

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Enid
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Enid
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Enid
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Enid
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Enid
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Enid
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Enid
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Tara
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Tara
10 years ago

Nan ready to run with the torch :)

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Tara
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Tara
10 years ago

The early years

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Enid
10 years ago

Lovely.

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Tara
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Philip
10 years ago

A beautiful person inside and out. The world has been a better place for the past 99 years 7 months and 13 days.