Denise Anita Wallace (26 Jun 1952 - 23 Mar 2019)

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Funeral Service

Location
Kemnal Park Cemetery A20 Sidcup By Pass Chislehurst BR7 6RR
Date
13th Apr 2019
Time
11am
Funeral Director
F.A. Albin Deptford

Cremation Details

Location
Kemnal Park A20 Sidcup By pass Sidcup BR7 6RR
Date
13th Apr 2019
Time
11am

In loving memory of Denise Anita Wallace who sadly passed away on 23rd March 2019

Mike Richardson wrote

"From Crayons to Perfume"......you are ever with me

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  • Thank you for your comment Mike , I miss her so much as I know many others do. Alan , Dee’s brother

    Posted by Alan on 13/10/2020 Report abuse
  • Dee was full of effervescents,Dee and I lived a few doors from one and other and we went to the same school, Dee was my first girlfriend as I was her first boyfriend for two years in our teens until life separated us with my family migrating to OZ and I last saw Dee on the steps of her house on the morning we departed in 1967.That was not the end of our story however life took us in different directions Dee will always remain with me.Mike

    Posted by Mike on 14/10/2020 Report abuse
  • Hi Mike,!so pleased that you had responded in such a beautiful way, I just had no idea or recollection of your name but today I received a message for one of her school friends remembering your time together. The way Dee was and her personality effected many people and like you they have her memories of times shared and we talk about them often . Take care and thank you for you message, kindest regards , Alan

    Posted by Alan on 15/10/2020 Report abuse
  • Alan,thank you for your reply, firstly I wanted to convey my sincere condolences to all of Dee's family as I omitted to do so in my first post, this due to my deep distress in learning of Dee's passing only this week for the first time.I shared life with Dee in our teens and she was like my rose bud just bursting out.I never saw her grow into full bloom womanhood and even though her petals have fallen I still carry the scent of who she was as she filled my heart with Love and Joy.Dee and I did reconnect after 35 yrs apart and we woke on the telephone and connected via email for a time in 2003,In the end Dee asked me to stop getting in touch which I honoured and I lost all contact in 2005.Dee always spoke very fondly of you and her family and I have never forgotten her and Dee has always been very close to me in my heart but life is what happens when you are making plans.Thank you for the opportunity to share something go my life with Dee as it was to all my joy to know her and my deepest sadness and grief at her passing,Mike

    Posted by Mike on 16/10/2020 Report abuse
  • Hi Mike, thank you for you condolences,regrettably I'm the only surviving sibling ,but will pass them on to my nieces and nephews. Mike , can I asked how you found out about dear Dee's passing ? I tried to contact those that I was aware of but I'm sorry to say that I wasn't in a position to inform you. I guess Mike , you would have lived in Longhurst Gardens ? I never lived there, and I would only visit and collect Dee. I hope you do not mind me asking these questions it so helps me. Kindest regards , Alan

    Posted by Alan on 16/10/2020 Report abuse
  • Hi Alan thank you, yes I lived a few doors down from Dee,Dee was at 134 Longheath gardens and I lived at 138...and we both went to the same school.We were part of the Mod culture in our youth and we use to go for rides on my Lambretta scooter everywhere and it was a very happy time being together.I gather from your comments that Michael and Evvone have also passed away as I knew them both, plus Dee's mum and your Dad by sight only I was never introduced to him.I remember visiting another sister or maybe sister in law ( lived in South Norward) with young children just the once with Dee.Dee and I would ride to my Grans in Coulsdon and visit her on a Sunday afternoon for a cup of tea and a chat.I worked for the British Steel Corporation when I first left school in Victoria and then the company moved to Croydon in Katherine street.I found out by pure chance of Dee's passing as I googled Dee's full name in doing a online search and up came the funeral notice, at first I just stared at it almost in disbelief and then clicked and read the obituary notice.Please do not concern yourself that you didn't know me or was unable to let me know about Dee's passing....I was grateful to have known and be with Dee for the time we had together....I had hoped for something different but life did not go that way for us.Kind regards Mike

    Posted by Mike on 16/10/2020 Report abuse
  • Hi Alan,I did respond to the above but somehow my reply didn't get posted, sorry Mike

    Posted by Mike on 17/10/2020 Report abuse
  • Hi Mike Thank you so much for you reply again, I really hope you do not mind me messaging you it's just that although Dee and I were very very close I left home at the age of 15 and that was long before they moved to Longtheath Gardens, so I missed out on much of what was going on some of what happens in her life. Yes, There were six siblings, Twins, Vivienne , that was the one you visited in South Norwood, Maurice , Michael , who you met, Yvonne and Dee, sadly all have passed away leaving just me, I turned 80 in June. Dee's passing was a real shock to me and all who knew her. Take care Mike and thank you for your message , kindest regards Alan

    Posted by Alan on 17/10/2020 Report abuse
  • Hi Alan,thank you for sharing with me some small insights into what Dee was and remains to mean to me from a time of our youth.In sharing the stuff of life with you over this week brought me the taste of joy in knowing Dee raising above the deep sadness of loss but thats the other side of loving someone I guess. Take care and hopefully your loving memories of Dee will lift you up from the depths of sorrow and loss, it has been very good for me to have spoken with you as it helps in closing the circle of my life and times I shared with Dee as short as it was but eternal in some other way in speaking to the brother of Dee whom she loved very much, kind regards Mike

    Posted by Mike on 17/10/2020 Report abuse
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Angie, Sarah and Hannah Leniston wrote

In loving memory of our wonderful Dee. We miss you very much and will treasure our memories together. All our love Angie, Sarah, Iwan, Jack, Hannah & Mitch xxxxx

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Angie, Sarah and Hannah Leniston donated £55 in memory of Denise

In loving memory of our wonderful Dee. We will miss you so very much and treasure the times we spent together. All our love, Angie, Sarah, Iwan, Jack, Hannah & Mitch xxxx

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  • Thank you all so much, yes like you I miss her so much, Hugs and love, Alan xx

    Posted by Alan on 27/04/2019 Report abuse
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David Macdonald donated £30 in memory of Denise

In loving memory of Dee Wallace, who passed away much too soon.xx

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  • Thank you David for you kind donation in memory of dear Dee,Kindest regards, Alan

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David Macdonald wrote

Dear Dee
Fond memories of our 20 years as work colleagues and friends, as well as our week skiing in Austria with your John all those years ago. Rest in Peace lovely lady.
Dave Mac xxxx

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Auntie Denise with her remaining brothers Uncle Alan and Uncle Michael.

Auntie Denise with her remaining brothers Uncle Alan and Uncle Michael.

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Auntie Denise with her remaining brothers Uncle Alan and Uncle Michael.

Auntie Denise with her remaining brothers Uncle Alan and Uncle Michael.

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Auntie Denise with her remaining brothers Uncle Alan & Uncle Michael. Such a fun loving kind lady our lives are all sadden for losing her. May we all continue to make sunshine and happiness wherever we go in memory of her. I love you Auntie. Xxxx

Auntie Denise with her remaining brothers Uncle Alan & Uncle Michael. Such a fun loving kind lady our lives are all sadden for losing her. May we all continue to make sunshine and happiness wherever we go in memory of her. I love you Auntie. Xxxx

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Carleen Wheeler donated £27.50 in memory of Denise

Auntie Denise loved her cats and all animals in memory of her devotion to all creatures great and small.

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Carleen Wheeler donated £27.50 in memory of Denise

My beautiful Auntie who gave so much to others will be sadly missed. In memory of the support she gave to uncle John through his dementia.

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  • Dear Carleen and Carole , Thank you for your kind donation and for the beautiful words, Hugs and much love , always Uncle Alan xxx

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Carleen Wheeler wrote

Loving you always Auntie

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David Stainton donated in memory of Denise

David and Sly xx

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  • Thank you for your kind donation in memory of dear Dee, she loved you both, kindest regards Alan xxx

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David Stainton wrote

Lovely lady, missed by all her friends , Sly and David

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Carleen Wheeler wrote

Beautiful Auntie gone but not forgotten xxx

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Carleen Wheeler wrote

Beautiful Auntie beautiful person

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