Vera May Hastie (1 Jun 1923 - 16 Jan 2019)

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West Suffolk Crematorium (Abbey Chapel) Risby Bury St Edmunds IP28 6RR
7th Feb 2019
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Andrew Bingham Independent Funeral Service

Vera May Hastie died peacefully at home at Blackbourne View, Ixworth, on January 16th 2019, aged 95 years, after years of progressive dementia. Widow of Bill Hastie, much loved mother of Evelyn and Malcolm and daughter-in-law Kate. Vera’s funeral will take place at West Suffolk Crematorium, Abbey Chapel on Thursday February 7th, 2019 at 11:30am. A memorial service will be held in East Kent - details to be arranged. Family flowers only please, but donations, if wished, payable to ‘My Wish Charity’ for the Forget-Me-Not Dementia Campaign, may be sent care of Andrew Bingham Independent Funeral Service, The Nutshell, Milton Road South, Stowmarket IP14 1EZ 01449 771666.

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Michael Murphy wrote

I am saddened to hear the news that Vera has passed away. I got to know Vera through her husband, Bill. They can only be described as a truly lovely couple, who thought so much of other people who were in difficulty, and were always ready to lend that hand of friendship. After Bill passed away my wife Pat and I kept in touch and met with Vera regularly. We both missed her when she moved and it was Christmas Card and occasional letter contact from them on. Our heartfelt sympathy to her family, both immediate and connected , who must be deeply sorrowed by her passing. May the store of memories that you have built up over the years, now give you the strength to celebrate the end of such a wonderful lady’s life. I shall be with you all in spirit on the 7 February and will attend the Memorial Service to be held in her memory.

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Alf Borg wrote

On behalf of the Worshipful Master, Brethren and Members of the Lord Warden Lodge, Walmer, Deal, Kent. We would like to convay our sincere condolences to the family of Mrs Vera Hastie. Vera's husband was a valued, respected and well thought of member of our lodge, and Vera has been in our lodge family since he joined. Wishing Evelyn and family our deepest sympathy at this sad time.

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