I knew Jeannette for a little time when we both turned up to see what was going on in the new branch of the U3a in Windsor (University of the third age) a community self help social and learning organisation. We both agreed that if any groups were going to be established that we would have to dive in and start one ourselves, Jeannette took on a politics subject and I decided on local walks. It wasn't long before the U3a grew bigger, Jeannette was involved in with the committee and marketing and this was alongside other local interests that she had, with which it was difficult not to be swayed into joining in with at times because she would always open up more possibilities. She managed to get back into things putting her illness aside before she finally decided to move away to be with all her family. She leaves lots of happy memories behind her.
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Jeanette was the epitome of a 'good' person.
Some people are kind, others generous and many thoughtful.
Jeanette was all of these and much more.
She always put others first, would help anyone, and never had a bad word.
She was a friend to the poor, the lost and the sad.
She never looked down on anybody; the glass was always half-full.
Although she worked very hard, she never pampered herself.
She gave any spare money away, and always bought second-hand.
Status-symbols and ostentation were for others.
She suffered with debilitating illness most of her life but never lost hope.
She remained cheerful and positive to the end.
Even when she knew she only had hours left she still managed to think of others and take care of final arrangements.
We will all miss her dearly.
God must surely have important work for her.
In loving memory of the late Jeanette Morgan who sadly passed away on 8th February 2015
Jeanette asked that, in lieu of flowers, please donate to the John Eastwood Hospice (see link above)
For those in countries where you are unable to do so, please give to a local charity of your choice.
thank you all