Isabel Liddle (5 Nov 1944 - 31 Dec 2013)

Funeral Service

Location
The Hilcroft Hotel 108 East Main St Whitburn EH47 0JU
Date
8th Jan 2014
Time
12.15pm

Burial Details

Location
Blaberry Cemetery Whitdalehead road Whitburn
Date
8th Jan 2014
Time
1.30pm

Liddle
Isabel
Harthill
Peacefully with her husband, her sons and close family members by her side, at 8.19pm on Tuesday 31st Dec 2013. Isabel Boyd Liddle, aged 69 years, beloved wife of Rev. James C Liddle and a dearly loved mum, grannie, sister, sister-in-law, and aunt to all the family.

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Linda Irvine wrote

So lost without your wisdom, your wamth and your kindness. our chats and texts. You must bit lighting up heaven with your amazing smile. God called you home for a reason. Miss you so much but know in my heart you are at peace. xxx

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jean paton wrote

Jimmy
Isabel will be truly missed so much by everybody that knew her, she was such a special person to everyone that had the pleasure to meet her. She was such an inspirational woman and a great loss to everyone. Jimmy keep strong, my thoughts go out to you and all of the family. Take care, god bless you.

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James Liddle wrote

Just over four weeks since God called you home sweetheart, and it miss you so very much. I miss your love, your warmth, your smile, your voice, your presence in our home, and I miss your lovely hugs. And when I said "I love you" I miss the gentle way you would say ... "Love you too".

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Elsie Dempster wrote

God's greatest gift. Remembrance.

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James Liddle wrote

My dearest darling Isabel,

I wrote this letter on the day of your funeral, 8 days after you left us as God took you home. Our loss in surely heaven’s gain, and heaven will be a much brighter place because you are there with the Lord, and with so many family and friends who have gone on before.

I want to tell you again just how much I love you, I loved you yesterday, love you still, always have, and always will. I really don’t know how I am going to live without you by my side. However, your presence will always fill our home, and your presence will always be in my heart.

I am so very thankful for the 49 years we were together, good days and bad days, happy days and sad days, but our love for each other saw us through it all.

I am so glad I have the Lord our God, the Lord Jesus Christ our Saviour, our family, our church family, and our many friends and neighbours who I know will help me for your sake. And so, until we meet again on heavens not to far and distant shore. “Good night Darling … I’ll see you in the morning”.

All my love,

Jimmy xxxxx

"When one finds a worthy wife, her value is far beyond pearls. Her husband entrusting his heart to her, has an unfailing prize."
Proverbs 31:10-11

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Grace Little wrote

Your no longer in pain or suffering Isabel ,you will continue to live on in our hearts , until we meet again x

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