Mrs Jean Mary Curtis

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Charity details

The Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution Care Company

Their Services

A care home combines freedom from the stresses of keeping up a home, with the security of knowing that your needs will be met. For some people it not only provides better care but brings a new lease of life – free from the worries of trying to cope alone.

They are committed to delivering services that promote the dignity, independence and choice of the individuals they support.

Person centered care is at the heart of what they do and this is reflected in how they engage with their residents, visitors and staff.

Many of their Homes are registered for both residential and nursing care and all can offer places to people with dementia following an assessment of their needs.

The service is comprehensive and takes care of the everyday chores, to give residents and their relatives time to enjoy life. In addition, a comprehensive activities programme is provided which residents can participate in if they wish.

Whatever services people need, they care for them professionally and kindly. They treat people as individuals and they work together with everyone to design a care plan that meets their needs and allows them to experience wellbeing and meaningfulness.

Registered Number 1163245

http://www.rmbi.org.uk

Messages of condolence

Louise, Andy, Paula, Olivia, Emma, James and myself were blessed with the most wonderful, caring, loving, positive, supportive and fun mum, mother in law and granny/nanny. Rest in peace with Dad. On behalf of my family, thanks to James and the team at Daniel Robinson, and to Heather too.

Mr Stuart Curtis

Dear Stuart, Great to see the message from John and likewise pledged a donation to good cause. Again, I have to quote what Auntie Jean said to me when I saw her this June: "I am happy with my life and very proud of Stuart and Louise and my grandchildren". And she would proud of all the arrangements you have made since. Love from down under, Graham, Flavia, Corrado, Renzo, Zeno and Roberto

Dr Graham Dorrington

Thinking of you all with fond memories of Jean's lovely smile and chuckle on and off the golf course.

Mrs Jackie Foster

Dear Stuart and Louise, I have very fond memories of Jean particularly when I was young and she was very special to me. We are both thinking of you at this sad time and send our love to you both. We have made a donation in her honor to The Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution Care Company. John and Sarah

Mr John Hodge