Louisa Cummings (29 Apr 1966 - 18 May 2014)

Funeral Service

Location
St Brendans Beanfield Avenue Corby NN18 0AZ
Date
30th May 2014
Time
9.30am
Funeral Director
The Co-operative Funeralcare Corby

Burial Details

Location
Shire Lodge CemeteryRockingham RoadCorbyNN17 2AE
Date
30th May 2014
Time
11am

CUMMINGS Louisa ( Lou ) Nee Roddy, On 18th May 2014, Lou sadly passed away after a long illness, bravely borne, she was surrounded by her much loved family and friends. Lou was a devoted wife and best friend to Joe and a loving mum to their three children Hannah, Dominic and Joseph. Daughter of Lynda and the late Mick and daughter-in-law of the late Kay. Sister-in-law, cousin, Auntie and a best friend to many.
Lou will be so sadly missed by all that knew her but " to live in the hearts of those who love you is not to die" and Lou was loved by so many. Lou will be taken into St Brendan's Church on Thursday 29th May at 4.30pm, followed by a Requiem Mass on Friday 30th May at 9.30am. Bright colours to be worn at Lou's request. A celebration of Lou's life will be held at the Irish Centre after the funeral, all who Knew her are welcome. Family flowers only please, but donations to Cransley and Lakelands Hospice. These and all further enquiries to Co-operative Funeralcare, Darley Dale Road, Corby 203076

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carolyn bantin wrote

Lou it was such a privilege and blessing to have worked with you - such an amazing lady who always made me laugh and who taught me so much as I started out in my job at nstep. Big love and prayers to all your family and friends tomorrow.

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Cilla & Anthony Aram wrote

So sorry we wont be able to attend Louises funeral our thought will be with you all Louise was a lovely lady

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Cheryl, Lauren & James Mann wrote

Our deepest sympathy to Joe, Hannah, Dom & Joe...xx

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Emma and Dean Calvert wrote

I feel blessed that I had the opportunity to meet Louise. Anyone who knew fell in love with her infectiou, fun loving attitude to life. She was a true inspiration in many ways and the best mentor I had as a student. I will never forget her. I am sure she has left all of her friends and family with many fond memories. Louise has reached a restful place now. Love to her family and friends. X

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di hodge wrote

I love you Lou. You will always be in my heart. So glad to have known you. God bless. Xx

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Fiona Roberts wrote

Only met you a handful of times when you visited the Denton family in North Wales, you were a giggle and a half, you must have made an impression as that was 30 years ago but I stil remembered you. RIP Lou, free of pain and suffering, join all the good angels in the sky and have a very happy after life. Xx Thoughts are with all of Lou's family and friends.

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Lisa Mcquarrie nee Bright wrote

Great memories of our nurse training and fun times as student nurses at Crispins. Never be forgotten.Love to Joe and family xxx

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Karen Ross wrote

Cousin Lou ,warm ,zany,funny you had such a passion for people and life. Even though the miles away in distance you were always close in our thoughts. The World will not be the same without you,but you live on in Hannah,Dom and Joe. Sweet dreams Lou Lots of love from your Cheshire family xxxxx

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Hazel Leacock wrote

Louise: Will always remember the fun times of being in the nursing home at Kent Close and working together on Addington. A bright light has gone but the memories would last a life time. RIP. Thoughts and prayers for Joe and family.

Hazel.

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Linda Toone wrote

You are all in my thoughts at this sad time x

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