Violet Spooner

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Walter Spooner on 22/04/2013

Violet Spooner

How would you describe them?

“A wonderful Mum, the last of her generation. She lived to 97 years and was as bright as a button, good tempered, a brilliant sense of humour.”

What did they love most?

“Her family, friends and everyone around her. Wonderful knitter and enjoyed reading, especially true murders, the gorier the better! Loved shopping”

What will you remember most about them?

“Her kindness and strength, especially in times of difficulties.”

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Thank you again.
Donations 6
£15.00

Mrs michelle bainbridge

£50.00

Mrs Julie Camden

To a wonderful Nana You was always there. Sorry I was a pain in the butt when I was younger and thanks for the clump. Thanks for passing on the knitting and shoe passions... My house is now cluttered with it too. Hope you still feeding the ducks and are with Grandad, mum and Barrie. Miss you forever Love Julie

£20.00

Mrs sue jones

With love from Sue and Len

£40.00

Mrs Julie Camden

For an inspiring, amazing, independent and strong woman..... Heaven is a little richer now Always in our thoughts Tamara and girls

£30.00

Mr colin Tankard

£25.00

Mrs sandra bosworth

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Mum 1943
Dad was away in the war.

On the Eye
Loved the view.

Mum's 95th
She loved the cake I baked, and claimed the big strawberry as hers.