Paul Stenning was born in Long Ditton on 1st March 1955. He was a much loved husband, stepfather, son, brother, brother-in-law, son-in-law and friend. He will live on in the memories of all who were lucky enough to know him.
Mike sadly lost his battle against prostate cancer after a long illness but short stay at St Elizabeth Hospice in July this year. His family would like to pay tribute to his memory and raise funds to enable St Elizabeth Hospice to continue providing the invaluable care to all who need it.
Despina Helen Yannou was born in Alexandria, Egypt on May 21, 1932 and died on May 12, 2012 in Craigavon, Northern Ireland. Despina is much loved and will always be remembered affectionately by her family and friends. Please consider expressing your condolences in the form of a donation to Dementia UK.
This site is a tribute to Rona, who passed away peacefully at The Elms Nursing Home, Stonehouse on 6th March 2022, aged 85 years.Beloved wife of the late Maurice, dearly loved mum of Debbie, mother-in-law of Brian, adored grandma of Aaron and Lola the dog.She is much loved and will always be remembered.
Pauline was a caring,generous,happy go lucky person,who loved to dress up& make others laugh,she had a wicked sense of fun,often at the embarrasment of friends &family!,but they / we loved her for who she was.
I have set up this Tribute Fund in memory of my dear Dad, Roy, who was cared for with kindness and dignity by everyone at the Hospice. You are invited by our family to share your memories of my Dad here.
Remembering Dad with all the love in our hearts, a brave and dignified man.
Alison Eadie died on the 4th August 2004 aged 50 after a two year battle with MND. She was a talented journalist and a much loved wife, sister and mother with a passion for tennis, birdwatching and walking. Many remember her for her kindness and infectious laugh.
Caleta Thomas died on 2 January 2012 after a very brave battle with lung cancer. She went suddenly and never got to stay in the Hospice. But it was a great comfort during her illness to know that there was a beautiful and caring place to spend her final days if she needed to.
Pam was a remarkable, unique and beautiful lady in every way. She was true family person who would give her heart and soul and fight with all her strength to protect those she loved and cared for. In return she was loved by almost every one whose lives she touched. A truly amazing and lovely woman.
Ted Douglas lived a long and full life and was a fighter to the end.
This tribute fund has been set up to raise money for St. Elizabeth Hospice in thankful recognition of the assistance they gave to Ted Douglas and his family during his final weeks at home.
This site is a tribute to Florrie, who was born in Greenwich, London on April 26, 1925.
This garden was chosen as the Forget-me-not is the flower of The Alzheimer's Society and Florrie very much enjoyed wildflowers and nature.
She is much loved and will always be remembered.