Angela Ringrose (6 Jun 1946 - 20 Jan 2019)

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AngelaMacmillan Cancer Support

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Funeral Service

Location
Eltham Crematorium Crown Woods Way London SE9 2NL
Date
25th Feb 2019
Time
11.30am
Funeral Director
P L Mulligan Funeral Directors, Bexleyheath

Funeral Reception

Location
Dartford Working Mens ClubEssex RoadDartford, KentDA1 2AU
Date
25th Feb 2019
Time
1pm

In loving memory of Angela Ringrose who sadly passed away on 20th January 2019

Mum was born on 6th June 1946 and following a trip to hospital as a child decided she wanted to be a nurse when she grew up. And so she started her training in 1965 and embarked on her nursing career, becoming a senior Sister. For the last 20 years of her career, she dedicated herself to the care of cancer patients before retiring in 2004, following her own battles with cancer.
Angela married Barry in 1968 and went on to have 3 children together; Deborah, David and Mark. They went on to provide Luke, Lauren, George, Rebecca, Dan and Scott as her grandchildren and recently her first great grandchild Adelynn expanded her family.
She will be greatly and sorely missed by all

Angela was very passionate in caring for those with cancer and supported the cancer charities shown on this page.

Donations are appreciated but not compulsory. There will also be a collection at her funeral for those that may wish to donate in the traditional way

Barry Ringrose wrote

£185.00 was donated in the collection box from the crematorium and the working men's club. This cash has been deposited with the undertakers who will forward it to the nominated charities. A cheque for £20.00 from mchael and Sandra Laurel made payable to Macmillan cancer fund has also been deposited with the undertakers. I will publish the total amount raised in due course. A big thank you for all those who donated.

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I happy photo xxx

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Deborah Hargrave wrote

Hello Mum, i had heard while you were in hospital that you were worried about me going on holiday maybe, deep inside you knew that your time was limited. Just everyone around you didn't know this. Everything was looking positive for you coming home. That wasn't the case as unfortunately this nasty disease took you. For all of us our piece of mind is that it take over. Meaning you wouldn't know what was going on. There was so much I wanted to say to you and ask you, it never happened. I just want to believe that the last time we saw you was that you was able to express your feelings. You may not of said things but I do believe that you were happy at the end and that you had everyone around you that you needed for you to depart this world. I know you told me some years ago about how you feel about Dad. I wished you were both able to talk to each other because Dad is also showing how he felt about you. He is lost and we are all trying our best to support him. I can now tell you I have waited years and years to be able to give him a hug and now I can. I am really sorry that it has taken all this time but we were all stuck in some sort of rutt. Anyway I am on holiday with your little brother, sister in law and your sister, your picture is stuck on the cupboard and everytime we have s drink we raise s glass to you. Love you Mum xxx

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Bill Killick donated £20 in memory of Angela

Donation from Bill Killick

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Eric Longhurst donated £20 in memory of Angela

Donation from Eric and Jan Longhurst

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Denis Choun donated £40 in memory of Angela

From Denis and Phyl

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Bill Killick wrote

Donation from Denis and Phyl

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Barry Ringrose wrote

Thank you to all who attended Angela's funeral yesterday and the kind remarks you have made. Also a big thank you to all those who donated to the charities which were close to Angela's heart
Barry, Deborah, David and Mark

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Rebecca Ringrose donated £35 in memory of Angela

Forever in my thoughts, lots of love, Rebecca xxxx

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QUENTIN WILLIAMS donated in memory of Angela
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Joanne Hargrave donated £30 in memory of Angela

We will miss you Nana, Love always Luke, Jo and Addie xxx

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Steve Jarvis donated £20 in memory of Angela

Thinking of you Dave & family. Steve, Lucy, Mike & Alice

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Robert Christie donated £15 in memory of Angela

In memory of Angela Ringrose who devoted many years of her nursing career to the care of patients with cancer.

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Robert Christie donated £15 in memory of Angela
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REBECCA THOMPSON wrote

Rest in Peace

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Emma Sheriff donated £30 in memory of Angela
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Jennie Prockter donated £50 in memory of Angela

A dear friend fondly remembered


Jennie and Alan Prockter

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Jennie Prockter wrote

A dear friend fondly remembered.

Jennie and Alan Prockter

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Paul Trumble donated £20 in memory of Angela
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DEBORAH HARGRAVE wrote

Mum. Tomorrow I get to see you since you took you last breath at 8.35am on 20th January. See you then sleep tight. I hope that you will be happy with everything that all of us have chosen for you with your choices taken into consideration. I may not have said it in a meaningful way but I love you. If it wasn't for you I wouldn't have what I have today. XXX

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