Mrs Irene Phyllis O'Grady

Charity details

Farleigh Hospice

Farleigh Hospice exists to meet the needs of local people affected by life limiting illnesses and to support those who have been bereaved. Through the ongoing generosity of the mid Essex population they provide a range of high quality services totally free of charge. By giving people choice and involvement in the care they receive they make a real difference when and where it matters most.

Registered Number 284670

http://www.farleighhospice.org

The Creamer Fund

C.R.E.A.M.E.R. FUND

The CREAMER fund was started in the early 1990s with donations from families in memory of their loved ones:

Mr Ronald Hardy
Mr Bill (Clive) Wyatt
Miss Maureen Gunary

CREAMER is an acronym for Community Resource Equipment And Medical Equipment Reserve Fund. The Fund has grown considerably over the years with tremendous support from the community and various fundraising events being organised. Many people feel that donations provide a lasting memorial to their loved ones.

The aim of the CREAMER Fund is to help provide health resources and equipment to enable members of the local community to receive the best possible health care, as near to their homes as feasible.

Funded Projects

The Fund has been able to provide many items of equipment, including :

Cryosurgical and cautery instruments
24 hour blood pressure monitors
Waiting room blood pressure monitor
Nebulisers
Digital camera
12 lead ECG & ambulatory ECG machines
Diagnostic ultrasound scanner
Diagnostic echocardiogram scanner
Osteoporosis scanner
Vascular Scanner
Mole scanner
Ophthalmoscopes
Spirometers
Vital signs patient monitor
Pulse Oximeter
Coagulation monitors
Near patient testing blood test devices
Centrifuge
Enuresis alarms
Syringe drivers

More recently the Fund has contributed towards the purchase and installation of X-Ray facilities and an echocardiogram in the Health Centre.

Registered Number 1095414

Messages of condolence

A great Lady who did much good for so many in the village not to mention further afield.

Mrs Angela Tanner

Our Dear Rene and Nanny

Thank you so much for all what you did for my family, you were always there, but it was your character that made you memorable, and from the bottom our hearts you will never be forgotten.

All our love,

John, Maria, Sam, Tanya And The golden girl Yasmin (None of us would have dared say anything different, she was just perfect in your eyes, and we all knew you both brought each other so much pleasure) RIP

Baroness John Dicken

Such a fun loving and mischievous Lady will be missed but always remembered RIP

Mr & Mrs Chris/Mary Skingle

In Memory of Irene O'Grady

Rest in Peace

God Bless You.

J Jervis

In Memory of Irene O'Grady

from Charlie Mould & Deborah Watson.

Charlie Mould & Deborah Watson .

Rest in peace old friend Phyl x

Mrs Phyllis Reiman

You are missed every day and remain forever in our hearts Love you Maria, Jim and Family

Ms Maria Vieira

In loving memory of Irene, a special friend who loved Athenry. Such a great character, I will miss our lovely chats. Thinking of all her friends and family. May she Rest In Peace. Mary Leslie

Mrs Mary Leslie

In Memory of Irene O'Grady

from Louise Rawlingson & Ian Tarbin

Louise & Ian .

Happy memories of our days together.

Love xx

Mrs R M (Ruth) & Colin Gilbey Norris

Renee will be greatly missed by her family and all who knew her, - her warmth, kindness and spirit will be remembered forever.

Mr & Mrs Sue & Clive Tarling

Treasured memories of a very wonderful great Aunt. Will always be in our thoughts Lots of love Laura, Phil, Aaron and Alex David and Ian Tony and Maureen

Mrs Laura Poulter

In memory of dear Irene. Our prayers are with you.

Baroness Kathleen & John Toms

Best wishes Carol and David

Mrs carol Andrews

RIP Reenie. You will be dearly missed by all your friends and family.

Mrs Joan Greenfield