Mrs Alice Cassidy

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Alice Cassidy lived a long life. She was born in Belfast, Alice Elliott, but moved to England when she was nineteen to marry Frank Cassidy. They lived in Islington and had their first child Anne. In the sixties and seventies they lived in Tottenham and added Samantha and Frankie to their family. In 1980 they moved to Ilford and lived out the rest of their married lives, making new friends and having a renewed social life in and around Redbridge. Some years after Frank died Alice moved to Loughton to live close to her daughter Sam. She had constant companionship with Sam, Frank and Anne and their families. She had four wonderful grandchildren; Jack Cassidy, Alice and Josie Morey and Benjamin Cassidy.

She was a wonderful parent and friend; chatty and funny and with very firm opinions. Her children loved her dearly.

Dementia took away a lot of her personality but it could not take away the person she had been and the memories she has left for her family and friends. This is why we are asking for donations, instead of flowers, to Alzheimer's Society (Registered Charity No. 296645), to help continue their valuable work. Thank you

Charity details

Alzheimer's Society

Dementia is the UK’s biggest killer. Someone develops it every three minutes and there’s currently no cure.

We know it is scary facing up to it, but we must confront the biggest health and social care challenge of our time.

Thanks to your support, Alzheimer’s Society is facing dementia head on. Whether you’re a fundraiser, donor, partner, or affected by dementia in any way, we’re working with you to build a movement. Inspired by your voices, we’re leading the way in support, society and research.

As the largest and most influential dementia charity in the UK, we are calling on everyone to unite. Working together we know we will achieve our vision - a world without dementia.

Registered Number 296645

http://www.alzheimers.org.uk

Messages of condolence

Alice may be gone from your sight but never your hearts and memories.. Alice may you RIP love the Priddle family x x

Mrs Anne Priddle

Thank you Aunt Alice for everything that you did for us. We will never forget the good times; all the incredible Christmas dinners, or piled into the boot of your Cortina estate for trips to the seaside, or hand-stand competitions in the park with my Dad. Always positive, smart, witty, and good natured. You will be sorely missed. Love John, Sarah, Sam and Dorothy Elliott

Mr John Elliott

Thinking of you all and of the happy memories I have of Alice. She was always good fun and understanding of us ‘youngsters’ particularly making sure we’d had something to eat before we went out and plenty of toast for the morning after. Happy memories from those days that I hope will comfort Alice’s loved ones at this sad time. Alice will be much missed but lives on. Vanessa xx

Ms Vanessa Cox

RIP Alice

Mrs Carmel Batcheler

For Mum, Lots of Love

Mrs Anne Cassidy

RIP Aunty Alice from Sean, Geraldine, Caroline & Mark Elliott

Mrs Geraldine Finnegan

All of our sympathies. Alice was a wonderful surrogate gran. Love Joel.

Mr Joel Reynolds

Rest in peace Alice. Your warmth and kindness will never be forgotten. Condolences to all the family at this difficult time. All our love, Cabrelli Family

Mr Peter Cabrelli

With love from the Wornells.

Miss Mary Morey

We are so very sad to lose Alice who was a lovely, lively and warm spirit. Our heartfelt sympathies go to Sam, Anne & Frank and their families. Jimmy, Maria & the girls xx

Mr James Morey

Thank you Aunt Alice for always being there for us and always making us laugh. You have left us with the most wonderful memories and will never be forgotten. All our love Elaine, Chris and Emmie xxx

Mrs Elaine Leyland

Thank you for being my best friend Alice, you will be sorely missed, for many things especially the love, the laughs and the advice you gave me. Lots of love Maureen Xxx

Mrs Maureen Elliott

Farewell Alice. It was a pleasure to have known you. Best wishes to all the family at this difficult time. Alan and Lesley Rose

Mr & Mrs Alan Rose

All our thoughts go out to you all. Alice was a very special person and I know she will be missed.

Mrs Jessica Chalmers

Sadly missed

Mrs Ann Sullivan

Rest in peace Alice, we have really lovely memories of you to cherish. Noeline Duffy, Margaret Gormley, Patricia Kellam, Gerald Duffy and families x

Miss Noeline Duffy