Where do I start when it comes to my beautiful, caring Grandma Jean? Thank you, Grandma, for always being there for me and for being someone who I was able to talk to about absolutely anything. You were one of my best friends in the world and I feel so lucky to have spent so much precious time with you over the years - at your house in Nottingham (which was like a second home to me from babyhood onwards), on holiday, at Christmas... The list goes on!
You were such a warm, razor sharp and hilariously funny woman and the world is certainly a much lonelier place without you. Please know how much you meant to us, Grandma, and what a wonderful constant you were in the face of the trials and tribulations of life.
I love you to pieces, I always will and I know that one day we’ll be together again.
Love for eternity
I enjoyed every moment we spent together Grandma. I miss you with all my heart but I know you’re still with me in spirit looking down on me. I’m sure you’ll be watching and clapping on my wedding day.
I love you Grandma now and forever and I’ll cherish our memories for the rest of my life.
Hope you and Grandad are enjoying yourselves.
Love From George xx
Enjoying the water taxi
Left by George Bell:
RIP to my lovely, kind Grandma
Left by Jack Simpson:
Left by Jack Simpson:
To my wonderful, funny mother in law Jean, you will be missed so much by us all. Thank you for all the laughs we had and the happy memories of holidays abroad especially when the tide came in on our beach in Lanzarote and you got wet minding your own business sitting on a rock! Lots of love as always Sarah xx
Left by Sarah Bell:
Truly one of a kind.
You were loved by all that met you – as soon as they met you!
You were not only my grandma but one of my best friends.
I was blessed to live so close to you as an adult - and spend all the time we did together.
A truly funny, genuine person – razor sharp and effortlessly endearing until the day you passed.
I could tell you anything – and you me – partners in crime.
There’s been an outpouring of love from my friends, who all have very fond memories of you – and of course from our very close family - of which you were the centre.
Although I write in the past tense, I know you’re still here in spirit. I’ve felt it since the moment you passed.
Whilst there have been tears, they have always been accompanied by a smile in appreciation of a life well lived.
So, farewell for now in this world – though you live on here in our hearts.
Love always, Matt x
PS. Say ey-up to grandad and give him a hug from me.