Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

In Memoriam

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

In Memoriam

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ARMSTRONG (North Kenton). Ann (nee Angus), one year has gone since our lovely little mother left us. You gave us many gifts in life, but the greatest gift of all was love and laughter. We love and miss you. Pauline, Jimmy, Alan, in-laws Rob, Pam, Margaret and Pat, all grandchildren and great grandchildren.

BAKER (Spittal Tongues). In loving memory of our dear mam, Edith, who passed away peacefully on the 5th December 2009. There's a gift in life you cannot buy that's very rare and true, the gift of a wonderful mam like the one we had in you. A special mam, a special face, someone we love and can never replace, never selfish always kind, these are the memories mam you left behind. Loved and remembered every day, love always Abby, Pauline, Rosalind, David, Donald, Kenneth, Philip and Sandra.xxxxx BLACK (Barrack Road). Loving memories of my dear husband, Bob, died 4th December 2009, my best friend. Whenever I am lonely and feeling very sad, I look towards the photo of the husband I once had. Your face looks out to me and fills my heart with pride, you seem to say don't worry I'm always by your side. Tears fall gently that others never see, for a very special husband who meant the world to me. Love always, never forgotten, your devoted wife, Iris and family. xx BRADLEY (Birtley). In loving memory of Peter, from partner Maureen.

CLARKE (Fenham). Treasured memories of a beloved daughter, Janet, died 4th December 1987 and remembering her birthday for 25th December. As each day dawns and starts anew, as each day ends we think of you, and in between no matter where, in our hearts you are always there. Your photo stands in pride of place, a lovely smile lights up your face, you always seem to be so near, how we wish that you were here. Missed, loved for always, your everloving Mam, Dad, son Terry, brothers Paul, John and sister Chris.xxx CLEUGH (Stanley). Andrew, our precious son and brother. Nine years have come and gone, but time hasn't changed how much miss you every day. …

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