Winifred Roberta Watson (9 Feb 1943 - 31 Jul 2014)

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Location
Bramcote Crematorium Coventry Lane Stapleford NG9 3GJ
Date
21st Aug 2014
Time
2pm
Funeral Director
A.W. Lymn Bulwell

In loving memory of the late Winifred Roberta Watson who sadly passed away on 31st July 2014

Patricia wrote

In memory we sponsored your nephew, Adam in a 10mile run in aid of 'Help For Heroes' at £5 a mile.
We know you would have done it anyway and good for Adam, he did it.
Thanks Sis.........Missing you and Clare so much. xxx

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Gary Knight wrote

Great childhood memories, Rest in Peace Aunty Win, gone but always in our hearts, lots of love Gary, Sue, Luke, Adam & James xxx

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Ruth Jost wrote

A wonderful Aunty (and Great Aunty) with a wicked sense of humour, a contagious laugh and a heart of gold. You feature in so many of my childhood memories, you may be gone but you will never be forgotten, that would be impossible. Ruth, Leon, Georgia and Archie

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Ruth Jost wrote

I confess I was the child with "what appeared to be chocolate" on her hands! Yes, I was that child that scared you by sleeping with her eyes open! Yes, I was that child who demanded more peas "me, me" "me, me"! And yes, I confess, I was that child who poked your dog with a stick through the fence, so no wonder it bit me! And I am the neice who has wonderful memories of you Aunty Win both as a child and as an adult. We walked around the Christmas Markets, the streets of York and the streets of Birmingham. We walked the streets of New York and I dragged you up the Statue of Liberty (in fact I think I pushed you up that!). A true lady, however I have a remarkable picture from my Hen night, of you with a rather large, black, latex covered item from the Anne Summers catologue on your head!a true lady with a wicked sense of humour. If I had known that last time I saw you before we left for New Zealand was going to be the last I would have hugged you for longer and said goodbye rather than see you soon. Leon and I were expecting a call to say you and Keith were coming to visit, not to hear that you were so ill. We all have such fond memories, and we will all miss you dearly. Ruth, Leon, Georgia and Archie

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Keith Hardy wrote

Mum a lady till the end . Thinking of you with tears in my eyes & sorrow in my heart but a life time of fantastic memories to keep me warm through the low times. Love you always xxxx

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Patricia wrote

Thanks for the fun times, the sixpences and the loan of your shoes.....and for the blisters!
xx

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Patricia wrote

Only Winifred could walk into a crowded restaurant, have her skirt drop down to the floor, displaying her underwear, casually bend down to pick it up again and carry on as if nothing happened.
ALWAYS THE LADY!!!

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Stephen Potter wrote

Win loved for a time almost next door to her sister Pat. One hot Summers day both pats two children and Wins two children were given a bar of chocolate each and sent out to play. Sometime later one of the children came back into the house with her hand covered in brown chocolate? Whereupon Pat came to the child's aid and placed the chocolate covered digits into her mouth.IT WAS NOT CHOCOLATE,. Win several hours later stopped laughing. A classic tale to be told to future generations. Thank you Aunty Win and of course Aunty Pat

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paul watson donated £50 in memory of Winifred

Lost without you mum

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Stephen Potter wrote

Like all of the Potters, mad, crazy but with a zest for life. You will be missed by all of those who knew you and remembered by those that loved you.
Steve, Jayne, Stephanie and Sarah

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daniel robert green donated £10 in memory of Winifred
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Susan wrote

To Auntie Win
A true lady, reunited with brothers and sister causing havoc in heaven. " Gordon Bennett" RIP
Lots of Love Susan, Debra, Dawn, Sandra, Lisa and families xxxxx

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