Dorothy Mary Chatterton (20 Jun 1926 - 12 Feb 2015)

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Location
Wilford Hill Crematorium (West Chapel) Loughborough Road West Bridgford NG2 7FE
Date
27th Feb 2015
Time
9.40am
Funeral Director
A.W. Lymn Radcliffe

In loving memory of the late Dorothy Mary Chatterton who sadly Passed away peacefully at the Queens Medical Centre on 12th February 2015, surrounded by her close family. The loving wife of George who sadly passed away on 27th April 2009, mother to Christopher, George, Gordon, Christine, Mark and Paul. Mother-in-law to Meryll, Elaine, Mandy, Alison and Jennifer. Also step family Ivy and Anne, Jessica, Eve, Katie and Skye. She was a doting grandmother to Dale, Grant, Donna, Gemma, Andrew, Martin, Morwenna, Tegan, Tom, Laura, Matthew, Emma, Jonathon and David and of late the greatest of great grandmas to Joscelin, Evangeline, Mai, Emily, Orin and Tristan. She loved children and not content with her own she was also Baloo to numerous Scout Cubs over the years. She was an active, independent lady who in her younger days also loved cooking, keep fit, badminton swing into shape and numerous voluntary groups, such as WRVS and Luncheon Clubs. etc. She loved games and sport and was very competitive even in her latter months at whist groups and also, snakes and ladders with the grandchildren. She will be sadly missed by all of her family and friends and those whose lives have been grace and enriched by her touch and love. Our hearts are heavy but we have faith and comfort in Dorothy having joined her loving husband George in heaven. Rest peacefully Mum and watch over and guide your loving family from Heaven above.

Offline donation: Mr. F. J. & Mrs. D. R. Ross donated in memory of Dorothy
Offline donation: Retiring Collection donated in memory of Dorothy
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Carol and Richard Russell wrote

Words can't help to ease your pain and although it's difficult to see beyond your sorrow, may the memories you have help comfort you all at this sad time. You're in our thoughts. xx

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Eric and Jean Wade donated £20 in memory of Dorothy

To Dorothy
Fond memories
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Paul Chatterton donated £50 in memory of Dorothy

Caring, loving and feisty - our Mum & Nana.
Bless you...
Paul, Jennifer, David and Jonathan xxx

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Martin Chatterton wrote

Nan,
You cared for everyone and never failed to make us smile. Your great grand daughters doted on you and have so many special memories to cherish. You will be forever in our hearts and missed always.
Thank you for opening your heart to the new additions to the Chatterton family that has grown so much over the years.
We will never forget your kindness and love.
Martin, Kerry, Joscelin, Evangeline and Mai xxxxx

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Mark Chatterton donated £50 in memory of Dorothy

To a very special mum - you left us so unexpectedly we didn’t have a chance to say goodbye. Trust you had a safe journey and are now back together with dad. Missing you and thinking of you each day. Thanks for that special last afternoon together and so glad I could be there when you needed me. Lots of love from Mark xx and Alison xx

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Emma Chatterton wrote

Rest in paradise Nana, you will be greatly missed. I will always remember you for being so caring about everyone, putting others ahead of you and your constant smile every time I saw you. I will always remember when you would come over to our house and play your favorite board game - Payday, we would play it every time without fail. I remember when we used to go over to your house for tea and for pudding you would make us peaches and custard! I remember when I played for Derby, and we were in the Nottingham league and you would come out to a few of my away games to watch me play, you always told me to keep playing as long as I enjoyed it, now look where I am, loving every moment of it, still chasing my dreams. I'm sorry I can't be there to say goodbye properly, but I'm just thankful that I got to see you before I came back to the USA. Keep watching over us all. Lots of Love, Emma

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Elaine and George Chatterton wrote

Mum you left us so suddenly but we have comfort that you went to sleep peacefully and that we were with you to the end. You brought us all up to know right from wrong and to do the right things, we will always love you and you will be in our hearts and minds forever. Rest peacefully with Dad, in Heaven and watch over us all from the stars above. Love always George and Elaine X

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Chris Chatterton wrote

Mum I cannot yet come to terms that you are no longer here to guide us with your love and wisdom.The thought that you will be with Dad makes it a little better to bare. I will miss your welcoming smile. I love you.

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