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The obituary notice of Mollie FIRTH

Barton-under-Needwood | Published in: Burton Mail.

Central Co-op Funeral - Burton-on-Trent
Central Co-op Funeral - Burton-on-Trent
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MollieFIRTHof Barton-under-Needwood

Passed away peacefully on 13th December 2023. Aged 83 years

Now reunited with her beloved husband, John. Loving mum to Alison, Liz and David. Cherished Nan to Emma, Jack, Tom, Michael and Lucy. Great Nannie to Luca and Teyo.

The funeral service for Mollie will be held at Lichfield and District Crematorium, Fradley on Thursday 4th January 2024 at 10.30am.

The family have requested people wear bright colours if possible.

Family flowers only please.

Donations in memory of Mollie can be placed in the donation box at the service for Diabetes UK and the NSPCC.

Cheques should be made payable to Alison Cropper.

The link to Mollie's online memorial is https://molliefirth.muchloved.com/ if you wish to donate via there.

Further enquiries please to: Central Cooperative Funeralcare, 8 Borough Road, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 2DF. Telephone: 01283 568431
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Thank you from
NSPCC (The National Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Children)
Diabetes UK (The British Diabetic Association)
For all the donations given
23/01/2024
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I remember her wicked sense of humour, her naughty nicknames for people, her love of jelly babies , egg and bacon butties,her love of sport but most of all , i remember the love she shared when she spoke about john and her children. She was always willing to listen and would show a real interest about my family and to offer advice. She was a genuine, lovely lady.
Miss you Mollie. X
Sam Dear
02/01/2024
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Remembering the warmth of so many Christmas trips down Lake yard. Gala pie and all the trimmings.
Donation left by Ian Firth
01/01/2024
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Remembering the warmth of so many Christmas trips down Lake yard. Gala pie and all the trimmings.
Donation left by Ian Firth
01/01/2024
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Remembering holidays on the beach in Whitby, frying sausages on Colin’s ex-army petrol stove that frequently burst into flames!
Donation left by John Firth
31/12/2023
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Remembering holidays on the beach in Whitby, frying sausages on Colin’s ex-army petrol stove that frequently burst into flames!
Donation left by John Firth
31/12/2023
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