Dear Aunty Win, a loyal, kind and unwaveringly faithful friend to Mum since their early teenage years. A friendship which was treasured and valued by Mum and our families. Those outings, celebrations and family gatherings aunty win shared with us over the decades will always leave us with fond and cherished memories. With love and great fondness.
Mr Peter Evans
Dearest Aunty Win
Always a part of our family and lives and such a happy and bubbly person. Christmases will never be the same again!
All our love Laura, Lindsay, Ethan & Eliza xx
Mrs Laura Trevillian
Happy, sweet and kind Aunty Win.
Rest in peace.
All of our love,
Daniel, Joanne, Annabel and Ben
Mr & Mrs Daniel, Joanne, Annabel and Ben Miller
Aunty Win's cheerfulness, and her beloved cats, will always be remembered. Lifelong friend of my late mother, I will miss the arrival of her Christmas and Birthday cards.
Miss Sue James
As my Mother, Marjorie Briggs's best friend and London guide, we and our children will sorely miss her laughter and general outlook on life. Let us hope they are now reunited and having a ball.
Mr Malcolm Briggs
With very happy childhood memories of Aunty Win, and School friend of my late Mother, having met each other from the age of 8.
With love Ann, Ken and family x
Mrs Ann Brown
In loving and eternal memory of dear Aunt Win, a treasured friend of my mum for over fifty years and a source of much joy for our family. Your wonderful good humour and bright personality will be treasured in my memory. The sadness of your passing is tempered by the knowledge that the "Calgary Girls" - you, Aunt Doreen and my mum are together once again and that the air is filled with laughter.
Eternal rest grant unto her and may light perpetual shine upon her. May she rest in peace.
Mr David Chmiel
14 January, 2021 11:00
Greenacres Woodland Burial Park
Kiln Road, North Weald, Epping, CM16 6AD
Due to restricted numbers this service will be by invitation from the family.
thank you for your understanding at this difficult time.