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JULIE WINGFIELDJulie Wingfield, who died on 24 March, 2010, aged 46, was described as a “one in a million” mother.Julie, who suffered from multiple sclerosis, lived in Syston in Leicestershire with her son Terry.Terry said: “Mum had been diagnosed with MS about four years ago and she was on a lot of medication. She lived here with us and she got drowsy because of the medicine but what happened was completely unexpected. It’s been devastating for us.“She had so many plans. And she was really looking forward to my brother Michael’s wedding in the summer.“I had no idea how to cope. Luckily my neighbours, Sarah and Tony, who live across the street were a great help.“Mum had her eyes closed so we think she just passed away in her sleep.”Before being diagnosed with MS, Mrs Wingfield, whose maiden name was Melbourne, lived in Belgrave, Leicester.She worked at several residential homes across the city, including Pine View in Hinckley Road, Groby Lodge in Groby Road and Silver Birches in Aylestone.She was survived by her father, four siblings, four children and three grandchildren.Terry said: “When we were all kids she made sure we had a holiday every year. She was a great mum.”Daughter Kirsty added: “She was one in a million and we all loved her dearly.“She will be missed and she will never be forgotten. She will always be in our hearts.”
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It will be the little things
that you will remember,
the quiet moments,
the smiles, the laughter.
And although it may seem
hard right now,
it will be the memories
of these little things
that help to push
away the pain
and bring the smiles
back again.

With Loving Memories

Out thoughts are with you
Tony & Sara

Sara Wells:
03/04/2010
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You never failed to do your best, your heart was true and tender,
You simply lived for those you loved and those you loved remember.
nicola hall x

Nicola Hall:
30/03/2010
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