Abi French (14 Feb 1993 - 19 Feb 2015)

Funeral Service

Location
The Parish Church of St Peter's Main Road Claybrooke Parva LE17 5AE
Date
5th Mar 2015
Time
1pm

In loving memory of the late Abi French who sadly passed away on 19th February 2015

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Laura York wrote

I miss you you so much Abi, words can't describe how much of an impact you had on my life and how nothing will be the same again! If you ask Liam where Auntie Abi is he will tell you 'she's a shining star in the sky' how does he get your not here anymore when a lot of us don't understand or find it so hard to accept.. he's 3 years old but I know he misses you like mad. A memory of us 3.. waiting for you to finish your hospital check up and Liam pressing all the buttons in your car, dancing to the music and laughing so loud that he was sitting in Auntie Abi's seat but shhhh. Love you so much xxxx

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Laura Irvine wrote

There's not a day that goes by when I don't think of you Abi. Sometimes i'll just sit for ages, looking through photos of us together or reading messages that we've sent each other, reading the wedding planning ones always make me smile! We never tripped walking up the aisle ayy!
Do you remember when we used to text each other before every family occasion to make sure each other was going? & then we would spend the entire time together and finding someone to get us drinks? Haha! I always tried to act like the responsible one one but somehow you always managed to change that Mrs! Sending you a big hug up there. Love you always xxx

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Sian Taylor wrote

I had the pleasure of spending 7 and a half years of my life with Abi, there is so many memories and special moments with her. She was such a caring and loving person, always taking the time to get to know people and understand them, you could garuntee she would make you feel better about yourself, she knew how to make me feel better. Either 'get dressed we are going out and getting drunk' or 'man up you will be fine', i miss our really long and serious conversations just about everything that was troubling us. When we used to talk about what we want and when we wanted it. She knew what she wanted and she always grabbed it! Abi had so many dreams but I know she achieved Alot of them, and now she is with her little girl. I will never forget her. She will always have a big piece of my heart!

Love and Miss you Abi xx

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paulette murrell wrote

Life loving happy go lucky beautiful girl who touched so many hearts. You are so very missed RIP darling Abi xxx Paulette

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janet brown wrote

Abi was born to shop, she lived by the phrase shop till you drop, not for herself but anyone who was with her. London to see Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, walked the length and breadth of Oxford Street not once but twice over. The lovely little red leather biker style jacket she bought was fabulous. In Grimsby shopping mall (its huge!) feet on fire for Grams and Pap and total boredom for Adam. In Leicester, looking for boots, Igave up and sat on a bench to wait for her and her mates, even Sarah (mum) who can walk miles in killer heels, threatened to buy herself a pair of slippers to wear back to the car park. I will really miss her good advice on what suited me and encouragement to experiment. Love and miss you always our Abzical xxx

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Laura Irvine wrote

Whenever you came over to my house for a 'quiet night in' you always managed to convince us to go out! You must've known you'd manage to get us out as you always had a tiny revealing dress in your bag that i'd have to spend half the night pulling down for you! My mum will never forget the short black sparkly dress - as you were already showing your bum before we'd even left the house! Haha. Xx

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Natalie Pope wrote

I'll never forget all the primary school time we had the school play and the school disco :) also all your village hall birthday party they use to the best ❤️ All the high school time like when we first moved up and I was so shy I wouldn't talk to anybody but you and you help me through a lot and was always there for me .. The sleep over in the tent at Shelly and the BBQ party at Loz house we really did have the best off time, the night we see you and sian out in town and we talk just like we did when we was younger but have a dance with a shot or a alcoholic drink lol I can still remember every one off them and I will for the rest off my life .. Think of you babe and missing see your smile picture upload on Facebook sleep tight angel xxxxxxxxx

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janet brown wrote

When she was a few months oldAbi was in her baby walker chewing on a rusk when she started to choke. Instinctively I grabbed her by one of her arms to haul her out of the walker, at the same time her dad grabbed the other arm - result - Abi flying through the air at a rate of knots. She was so startled that the peice of rusk was dislodged immediately, crisis averted. This could have been the start of her love of theme parks. Where some children are wary of the faster, higher rides, Abi would be at the front of the queue. Miss you xxx

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Esther French wrote

We first met Abi in Leicester on a night out James had invited myself and Stephen his Dad too.Abi was unaware we where his Mum and Dad ,as he said we where Esther and Stephen and then mention we where his Parents the look on Abi 's face was a priceless (as she was wear a very tiny dress) which she kept pull up to cover her chest and pulling down to cover her modesty. ..From that weekend we know she was the right person for James...
Even tho we only knew Abi for 4 years she was always smiling and happy.
Abi , thank you for making James soo happy in the short time you were both together .
Best Daughter in law love you now and forever !!! Xxxxx

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Laura York wrote

When me, Zoe Nat and Catherine were stood waiting for you to come out the house on your wedding day.. All stood in a line and all of us in tears when we saw you! You looked so beautiful, I was honored you asked me to be your bridesmaid and loved every minute of that day! I love you and miss you so much xxx

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