Memories are a good way to show that we still remember and care about a loved one, a friend or a colleague.
I would like to remember my cousin who died of a brain tumour.
Mavis Cotterell (previously Briggs) nee Whitehead
Please remember my cousin Mavis as she died recently, having motor neuron. She earlier went to the Primitive Methodist Church in Pinfold Lane and after her first marriage went to Charles Street Methodist Church. She had previously been captain of the Girls' Brigade in Balderton until her second marriage when she moved to Hereford.
Remember in your prayers her family of Sandra, Ian and families as they continue to cope and look after Reg (Mavis' husband).
Remembering loved ones especially those who died young Mario Elaine & Keron together in Heaven
Loving grandad and great grandad. Gone but not forgotten. You are always in our thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace. Lots of love Emma, Maggie and Richard. XXX
Always in our hearts. You are forever loved and missed every day. Love Pauline, Charlie and family xxx
Always in our thoughts. We miss you still. Love Simon and Liz xxx
Beautiful memories of the one we love and will never forget. Love always Anna, Peter and family xxx
At this time I want to remember mum and dad. I thank them for all that they did for me and for the opportunities they have enabled me to benefit from.
Rest in peace!