Margaret Reed (24 Jan 1924 - 15 Oct 2018)

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Location
Surrey & Sussex Crematorium Balcombe Road Crawley RH10 3NQ
Date
8th Nov 2018
Time
12pm
Funeral Director
Stoneman Funeral Service Redhill

In loving memory of Margaret Reed who sadly passed away on 15th October 2018, aged 94. Beloved wife of the late Peter, mother of John and the late David, mother-in-law of Angela and Diane, grandmother of two, great-grandmother, great-great-grandmother, auntie and friend. She will be dearly missed by all her family and friends.

Darren Everitt wrote

Grandma,
No matter what life has thrown my way you were always the person who saw the positives and encouraged me to push on and better myself. Your service today showed everybody what a wonderful woman you are and how many people's lives you affected in such a positive way! Words cant explain my honour that you got to meet Freya and Hope and I know you will be telling grandad all about them! Be good up there! With love, Darren, Freya and Hope xxxx

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Jane Hampson wrote

Margaret was a dear friend with whom I was privileged to share the enjoyment of many books and films in particular the BBC’s Poldark. She had a way of getting you to talk about your joys and troubles, taking a real interest and offering empathetic and sensible advice. My life is the richer for having known her and I hope I will be able to continue her legacy of understanding and kindness.

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Jane Hampson wrote

Margaret was a dear friend with whom I was privileged to share the enjoyment of many books and films in particular the BBC’s Poldark. She had a way of getting you to talk about your joys and troubles, taking a real interest and offering empathetic and sensible advice. My life is the richer for having known her and I hope I will be able to continue her legacy of understanding and kindness.

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Jane Hampson wrote

Margaret was a dear friend with whom I was privileged to share the enjoyment of many books and films in particular the BBC’s Poldark. She had a way of getting you to talk about your joys and troubles, taking a real interest and offering empathetic and sensible advice. My life is the richer for having known her and I hope I will be able to continue her legacy of understanding and kindness.

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John Adcock wrote

To my darling Mum, you were my life, my love, my friend and my inspiration. I will miss you forever and a day... All my love always, your loving son, John xxx

PS Peter and David will take care of you now...

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Pat Lane wrote

Dear Margaret or Great Auntie Gin as you were called by David. Such a lovely lady, we will miss our chats with you especially about the books we have read and my my what a wonderful memory you had. You were just an amazing person. We love you dearly. You will be forever in our thoughts and sorely missed. Lots of love Pat, Jamie, David, Cheryl and family xxx

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JENNIFER EVERITT wrote

Dear Nan,
You do not know how much you will be missed. We all will miss our chats with you. You always gave us good advice , and was always there for us.You was not just a Nan to me and Alison . But a Great Grandma to Darren,Kirsty,Sam and Harry.Also a Great - Great Grandma to Freya and Hope and little Theo who will arrive soon. Lots of Love Nan xxxx

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Susan Unwin wrote

We would like to make this donation in fond memory of Aunty Margaret who was also a much loved friend and sister in law to Ellen. Rest In Peace. X

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When old meets new. Although she'd have hated me referencing her as old! When mature, witty and charming meets new!!

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Jo Rees wrote

Margaret, a dear friend, you will be sorely missed. It's been a pleasure sharing my biggest life events with you. Thank you for the advice, conversation and love. Max loved his cuddles with you. Rest in peace. Lots of love Jo, Dave and Max. xxx

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Sarah Barton donated £21.30 in memory of Margaret

Margaret was a beautiful lady both inside and out and was always smiling, I am so lucky to have known her and I will miss her very much.

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Sarah Barton wrote

Margaret was a beautiful lady both inside and out and was always smiling, I miss her but I feel so lucky to have known her.

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