Lynda Anita Nash (25 Sep 1949 - 28 Apr 2019)

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Location
Garden of England Crematorium Sheppey Way Sittingbourne ME9 8GZ
Date
17th May 2019
Time
11am
Funeral Director
Bournes Of Sittingbourne

In loving memory of Lynda Anita Nash who sadly passed away on 28th April 2019, aged 69 years.

Margaret Cowell donated in memory of Lynda

In loving memory of Lynda, a very good friend of many years.

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Richard and Penny Solly donated £30 in memory of Lynda
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Andreas Michaelides donated £25 in memory of Lynda
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Sue Samson donated in memory of Lynda

We will always remember Linda for her enthusiasm and commitment to Girls Brigade. She will be sadly missed.

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Sue Samson wrote

We'll always remember Linda for her enthusiasm and dedication to Girls' Brigade. She will be sadly missed.

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Steve and Janet Rice donated £50 in memory of Lynda

To a dear friend who will be sadly missed

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Helen Sullivan donated £33 in memory of Lynda

Rest in Peace Lynda.
Sending John, Alison and Gareth all our love.

With love

Helen and Kevin. Xxx

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Lin and John Wise wrote

Remembering that young girl who walked past our house in the late 60s and 70s proudly wearing her Girls Brigade uniform and carrying the flag ready for church parade. And then more recently the lovely friend always ready to pick up the phone to ask how you were, even while she was feeling low herself. Remembering too, lovely holiday and day trip times together and the time she gave to family, friends, church and Girls Brigade. Rest in peace Lynda. You will never be forgotten. X

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Alison Goodsell donated in memory of Lynda

Rest in peace lovely Lynda.
I have had so many lovely times and laughs with you and will miss your kindness, generosity, company and baking skills!
My heart, thoughts and prayers go to those you have left behind.
Much love Ali x

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Dorothy Sparkes donated £22 in memory of Lynda

Our thoughts go to John Alison and Gareth , Lynda or Mrs Nash as we always called her was a lovely lady who played a Hugh part in our life through the Girls Brigade and Church. Gods garden must be beautiful because he only picks the best . Dorothy and Jade Sparkes.

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Dorothy Sparkes wrote

Are thoughts are with John Alison and Gareth at this sad time , Lynda(Mrs Nash) as we always called her was a lovely lady , she played a huge part in our life’s through the Girls Brigade and the church. Gods garden must be beautiful as he only picks the best . Dorothy and Jade Sparkes.

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John & Wendy Benee donated £44 in memory of Lynda

A Wonderful neighbour.

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John & Wendy Benee wrote

A wonderful neighbour

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John & Wendy Benee wrote

A wonderful neighbour.

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Beatrice Clark donated £33 in memory of Lynda

We will miss your lovely chats & friendly smile,
Rest in Peace lovely Lady
Rodney & Beatrice

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Mary & Mick Sutton donated in memory of Lynda

Remembering a dear friend

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Mary and Mike Sutton wrote

Remembering a dear friend

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Mary & Mick Sutton wrote

Remembering a dear friend

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Glenn marrison Glenn Cathrine and family wrote

Linda we may of not been the closest of family but we still made the effort to keep in touch, it's such a cruel world the way people get taken
Rest in peace where ever you are
John look after yourself

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Karen Peters wrote

Lynda was a wonderfully warm hearted lady who was always smiling. Family gatherings when we were younger were such fun and she was always an important part of them. She never seemed to change and will leave such a whole in John, Alison and Gareth's lives.

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Karen Peters donated £33 in memory of Lynda

Lynda was always smiling and will be sorely missed ❤

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Philip Broggio wrote

Very fond memories of a very special lady. Lynda had a lovely sense of humour and always a ready smile. My thoughts and prayers are with John, Alison and Gareth at this sad time.
So sorry I can't be at the funeral but will definitely be thinking of you all.
With love from Judy Broggio x

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Philip Broggio donated £55 in memory of Lynda
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Dawn Tappenden donated £22 in memory of Lynda
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Shirley and Sam Weller donated in memory of Lynda
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Ian Paine donated £22 in memory of Lynda

Really sad to hear the news about cousin Lynda and our thoughts go out to John, Alison and Gareth. I have very fond memories of when John and Lynda came to visit my folks on holiday in the sunny North East, seem to remember the jingle from the old TV advert for Tetley Tea seemed to be the theme tune for one of the summers (you had to be there). Even though they lived far from my family both John and Lynda always remembered my boys when it came to Christmas and Birthdays and made them aware of their extended family from ‘down south’ whenever they came to visit. Love Ian, Jo, Alex & Josh XXX

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Claire Brunger wrote

Having found a kindred spirit in Alison at primary school and remaining good friends to this day, my memories of Lynda come first through the eyes of childhood, as a wonderfully attentive and practical mother, and then via more recent recollections of Lynda's kind-hearted nature and keen sense of humour. I feel very privileged to have had the opportunity to get to know the woman beyond the wonderfully attentive and practical mother, and will miss the smile and warmth that always greeted me at the door, despite my unplanned arrival; both Lynda and John are the most gracious of folk I like and respect because of this.

I will always remember Lynda with fondness as a straightforward lady, with strong values and a heart of gold, and the strength of character to withstand the lovelorn rantings of not one, but two silly girls desperately infatuated with first New Kids on the Block and then Take That.

All my love, Claire xxx

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Mick and Paula Hook donated in memory of Lynda

Lynda and Paula have many fond memories of Lynda mainly through our time spent together at the Temple United reformed church . Lynda was a lovely lady and strong in character and she would not hesitate to let me know when I was not right (a lot of the time) . I have fond memories of times spent at camp on the Isle of Wight and walking holidays in the lake District.
She will be sadly missed a life taken far too young. Our thoughts are with John and Alison at this time .

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Mick and Paula Hook posted a picture

Lynda front row on the right and me front row on left. Taken around May 1968 prior to our appearance at the Royal Albert Hall. Just one of many memories I have of Lynda during our time in the Boys' and Girls brigades at the temple United Reformed Church.

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13th Bromley Boys' Brigade and 1st St Mary Cray Girls Brigade Band. About 1968 just before we appeared in the Royal Albert Hall. Lynda is front row on the right and me front row left.

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