Edith May Haver (9 Mar 1927 - 18 Sep 2014)

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Funeral Service

Eltham Crematorium - North Chapel Crown Woods Way Eltham SE9 2AZ
6th Oct 2014
Funeral Director
F.A. Albin Welling

Funeral Reception

The Lord Kitchener21 Wrotham RoadWellingDA16 1LS
6th Oct 2014

In loving memory of the late Edith (Edie) May Haver devoted wife, mum, nan & great nan who was sadly taken so suddenly from us on 18th September 2014 but will be in our thoughts and hearts forever.

Clair Haver lit a candle
Clair Haver lit a candle
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David Nash wrote

I still can't get over the news it's such a sad loss, I know how hard it is to lose someone so close you will all never forget her. the memories will always be there and so will I. if any of you need anything you know where I am. I know she was proud off what Eva did for her.
love Dave

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David Nash wrote

I have so many fond memories, I remember when we used to go to do's over eastcote school and once we got told off by the head teacher for playing on the piano and singing. We also used to have lots of family parties one I remember the most was at my house and Edie,Tom, Margaret, My dad and Myself was singing all the old war songs. She was the life of a party. she was a wonderful lady who reminded me so much of Julie and my mum. She will be missed by all.

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Danielle Delonnette wrote

Auntie edie is that what u were to me I never new... I just remember getting birthday cards from an auntie edie who thought I was a year older than I actually was... always made us laugh on my birthday morning.. you used to come down every so often and Keith would bring us happy meal toys still didn't really no who u were.. as I got older I then knew you were my nans sister.. you were the fun one at the family party's dancing singing away and everyone loved you... I often loved our chats about the family and the history and what everyone had been up too... While typing this I can here you say... DID THEY in my head.. so proud of all your family... my lynda mai is born on your birthday all I can hope she turns out to be as strong funny and a family person just like you good night auntie edie give all of them up there a kiss from me xxxxxx will miss you xxxxxx

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Nick Lawlor wrote

Edie, you will be missed so so much and never forgotten, you always had a smile on your face and a glint in your eye. You were the life of the party and everyone who met you was a better person for it. When i met you, you welcomed me into your home and made me feel a part of your family. You always had a song to sing and a smile to bring. Heaven has gained another star and has grown that little bit brighter now you are there . Rest In Peace and farewell until we meet again oneday and i can give you a hug i know that you will be looking down on us all, our guardian angel xxx

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Paul Haver wrote

Poem for nana by Sarah Vine

To my dearest darling Nana,
Up in Heaven, high above,
I know today you're with us all,
And sending all your love. 

Today we all remember you, 
And bid you one last goodbye, 
Celebrate the life you've had 
And maybe have a cry. 

You'll never be forgotten Nan,
I'll just close my eyes and see,
Your smiling face and feel your love
And you'll be close to me.

You had such a long life, 
So many have so less, 
It was your time, the Angels came, 
And placed you with the best. 

So dear Nana, up above 
Although your no longer here, 
In my heart is where I'll keep you, 
Forever, you'll be near.

Lots of love Paul, Jo, Jessica & James xxx

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Keith & Eva Haver wrote

Mum we will both miss you so much, we are so glad that we spent so much time with you. The past months have given us lots of special memories, to cherish forever. Lots of love Keith & Eva xxx

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Clair Haver donated £10 in memory of Edith

My Beautiful Angel By: Aoife Minnock
Nan to walk into your room and see you smile,
I walked over and hugged you all the time,
you always made me smile and always had stories to tell.
I loved sitting with you everyday and listen to the memories you had to share
You showed us that life can’t be all that bad
there is always a light at the end of a tunnel,
You were so strong,
You had faith in us all,
You had great sprit even if the day was dull.
you weren’t just my Nan
you were my best friend
I know you had to go,
now I feel I’m alone
but I know you’re close.
when I feel the warmth at night I know its you giving me a good night kiss,
when I feel my chest getting tight I know that’s you giving me a big hug,
when I feel the wind brush through my hair
I know your whispering hello to me ..
when I see the sun shine I know you’re happy,
when I see that bright star I know that’s you watching down on us all and smiling
now a beautiful angel watching over us all,
we pray to you each night.
Loosing you Nan broke my heart and every day without a doubt I think of you and shed a little tear, for a Nan I loved so dear.

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