Helen Grant (25 Jun 1964 - 8 May 2016)

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HelenMacmillan Cancer Support

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Location
Eltham Crematorium Crown Woods Way London SE9 2NL
Date
7th Jun 2016
Time
2.30pm
Funeral Director
P L Mulligan Funeral Directors, Bexleyheath

This page is dedicated to the memory of Helen Grant, a truly wonderful wife and loving mother who sadly passed away on 8th May 2016, after a brave but all-to-brief battle with breast cancer.

It comes as no surprise that her family have been inundated with messages, cards and well-wishes from so many people. Helen was the kindest, gentlest, most open-hearted and generous person you could wish to meet, relentlessly cheerful, always friendly and she is sorely missed by all who knew her.

Details of the funeral can be found here. Dress should be traditionally smart, but a splash of colour - especially pink - would be welcome.

Helen drew a lot of comfort from the support of the people at Macmillan and we know that she would much prefer you make a donation to them than spend money on flowers. Please use the link here for this.

Afterward we will be gathering in the function room of the Kings Head at 65 High Street, Bexley Village, Kent DA5 1AA to raise a glass or two of prosecco in her honour. Please feel free to join us.

Louis Savy donated in memory of Helen

Helen, we will miss you, your smile and your cupcakes. X

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Carol, Phil,Jo,Anna and Robert Segurola donated in memory of Helen

Thinking of you all, Rob, Callum, Jess and Dorothy.Helen was a brilliant friend, and will leave a gap in my life and have a special place in my memories of the time we spent together,eating cake, drinking coffee and buying lots of pink plants!

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mary jupp donated in memory of Helen

Miss you my little pal.

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Sue Conner donated in memory of Helen
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caroline and wrote

Helen was a very special person always happy smiling that's how I remember her, heaven has gained a special angel and it was a pleasure to work with her ♥ Caroline xxxx

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Caroline Butler donated £20 in memory of Helen

Helen was a very special person always happy smiling that's how I remember her, heaven has gained a special angel it was a pleasure to have worked with her. Caroline xxxxxxx

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Caroline Butler wrote

Helen was a very special person always happy smiling that's how I remember her, heaven has gained a special angel it was a pleasure to have worked with her. Caroline xxxxxxx

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Caroline Butler wrote

Helen was a very special person always happy smiling that's how I remember her, heaven has gained a special angel it was a pleasure to have worked with her. Caroline xxxxxxx

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Karen Hall donated £20 in memory of Helen

You will be so missed xxx

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Tami Brown wrote

I was so vey sad and shocked to receive the news of Helen's passing. She was truly my best friend at St. Georges School of Rome when I attended in 1976 and 1977. She was a beautiful person both inside and out. My thoughts and prayers to her family.

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Janet Kent donated £25 in memory of Helen

Helen you had inner beauty that shone through your smile and came out when you were singing. So glad to have know you and shared a laugh with you.God Bless Janet.

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Niall Fitzgerald donated £20 in memory of Helen
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Cassie Kingswell donated £10 in memory of Helen
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Cassie Kingswell wrote

In memory of Helen- an absolute pleasure to look after, such a sad loss. Thoughts with all the family
Cassie
(Cancer Day Unit)

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nancy donated £10 in memory of Helen
Andrea Houlihan wrote

There is a sacredness in tears. They are not a mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are the messengers of overwhelming grief and of unspeakable love.

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Karen Grant and Marc MacIntyre donated in memory of Helen

Helen was a good match for my brother, Robert, to whom she was a soul mate, friend and wonderful wife. She was keen to be a mother and when Callum and Jessica arrived, she devoted herself to them. Together with Robert, Helen ensured that her children were loved, encouraged and part of a loving and close-knit family. Of all of her achievements, this has to be the best.

When I went to live abroad, Helen thoughtfully organised a 'Bon Voyage' party and the children created some lovely drawings for me that I treasure to this day. This is just one example of how thoughtful she often was. Whenever Marc and I were back in the UK, Helen always wanted to see us so we could catch up on our lives; those times were usually full of good conversation and laughter, and are memories we will always treasure.

Her strength of character was evident in the way she chose to live her life as normally as possible during her illness, which she faced with courage, grace and dignity.

It is difficult to imagine our family life without her being with us.

If there is anything that might give comfort, it is knowing that Helen had a life that made her happy and which she lived as she wanted, and with those she cared for the most: being loved, and loving them to the fullest.

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Auntie Linda,Tony,Dawn @Sophie Fraser is attending the funeral and the reception
Auntie Linda. Fraser wrote

Dear Helen,
You were one brave girl and you fought hard my dear, time for you to rest.
You were a much loved family member and friend and will be missed and loved by all.
You were a wonderful wife, mum, daughter, sister with never ending love for them.

Robert,Callum and Jessica carry on with the love of Helen and mum in your hearts.

Love always
Auntie Linda.

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Kris Krumins donated in memory of Helen
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Jenny Black posted a picture

Good old Clarkes Travel Christmas do, Jenny, Karem, Tracy, Jaqui and our lovely Helen xx

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Buying silly presents Helen with Jaqui xx

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Always smiling and having a laugh xx

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Laila Sajadi donated £20 in memory of Helen

Dear Helen
You are truly missed.

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Robert Grant donated £25 in memory of Helen

Donation from Jo Millen.

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