Doreen Porter (24 May 1930 - 27 Sep 2014)

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Location
St Mary's Church Church Lane Attenborough NG9 6AS
Date
6th Oct 2014
Time
12pm
Funeral Director
A.W. Lymn Beeston

A dearly loved Wife, Mum and Nana, passed away peacefully at home on Saturday 27 September, leaving behind a very deep hole in our lives.

She will be missed every day by a loving husband of 62 years, Ron, daughters Catherine and Elaine, along with their families Paul, Neil, Sophie, Alice, Tom and Matt.

Doreen’s funeral service will be held at St Marys Church, Church Lane, Attenborough NG9 6AS on Monday 6 October at 12.00 noon, followed by private cremation.

Relatives and friends are invited to join the family at The Cricket Pavilion, The Strand, Attenborough, afterwards for refreshments.

Family flowers only. If wished, donations in lieu of flowers to be made to The Alzheimer’s Society - to be collected at the end of the service or can be sent to AW Lymn Funeral Directors, Trent House, 106 Station Road, Beeston, Nottingham NG9 2AY Or Via the donations link on this site.

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I don't have an "earliest memory" of "Auntie Doreen" (and "Uncle Ron") as I cant remember a time when they weren't a part of my life! Doreen was a wonderful friend of my late Mum's and as children we were allowed to call them "auntie" and "uncle" because they seemed to be part of our family, and we saw them several times every year - sometimes even holidaying together. I know they are together again sharing stories and laughing together as they did in life.

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Patricia Summersall donated in memory of Doreen

one of my earliest memories is visiting Auntie Doreen Uncle Ron Catherine and Elaine in Nottingham in the side-car of Dads motorbike. Down the old A1 with the steam misting up the plastic cover over Chris and I. on arrival having a good meal and looking at Uncle Ron's garden. I had been introduced to roses by my Grandad so i knew some of their names. You have always been there as part of my life growing up and seeing you on visits to Mm. I will remember Auntie Doreen for her smile which lit up her face and for being such a good friend to my Mum. We will all miss her.

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