Jean Annabel Duncan McCall (6 Jun 1949 - 15 Nov 2014)

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In loving memory of the late Jean Annabel Duncan McCall who sadly passed away on 15th November 2014

Alan Parker donated £70 in memory of Jean

Sincere condolences at this sad time from Jean’s friends and colleagues in the housing team at Nottingham.
Jean was a great character who we enjoyed working with over a number of years. Whilst never one to suffer fools, she was kind and caring, hardworking and supportive. She loved a laugh, entertained us with tales of her past and often talked of her family in that sing song voice of hers.
Our thoughts are with you.

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Michael & Doreen Barnett donated £20 in memory of Jean

Our profound condolences on your sad loss

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Tony Dawson wrote

Condolences to Jean's family and friends from all of us at Nottingham's Adaptations Agency. We worked together for many years, and share many memories of Jean. She was a strong personality and always ready to help and have a laugh. she will be missed.

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Carl Beck donated £20 in memory of Jean
Carl Beck wrote

Thanks for the early morning chats on the bus to work all those years ago, thanks for letting me be the dark stranger at the door that new years eve and inviting me along to my first Hogmanay (home brew included!) but most of all, thanks for being the Mother of my best friend. Sleep peacefully x
“They are not dead who live in the hearts they leave behind.”

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Mylene Mccrorie wrote

Dear Aunt Jean
It's been a few years since I saw you but we had some good phone calls where you gave me some of the best advice. I can still here your voice and will miss you dearly. It's true that only the good die young but I figured Dad was probably getting bored. All my love Mylene

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Mary McCall- McCrorie wrote

If love could change the way things are
you would live forever and go so far
You'd know that I was always there
That I'v always loved you, I'v always cared

I hope that love can let you know
Not to give up or ever let go

Even when you're not in sight
You're in my thoughts day and night
Love is what will keep you there
And make me thankful for all we've shared

You will always be remembered and missed dearly
Love your big sister xo

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Marni Mccrorie wrote

God called you home for a reason, I'm thinking maybe my Dad needed help at the bar? some big party I'm sure....I hadn't seen you in 28 years and yet I was so deeply saddend to think I wouldn't see you again in this world, my promise to you is that it will not be as long before I see your kids. I know for sure your light will shine on in them. Till we meet again.. xoxo

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Angela Cairns wrote

Sleep tight! You'll always be in our hearts, gone but never forgotten x

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Carol Hanley wrote

My condolences to Jean's family on their loss. I remember Jean back in the day when we worked at Silverdale Road, as a kind, funny person but willing to share her knowledge with you.

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