Alison Axelson (10 Apr 1964 - 23 Jun 2019)

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South Normanton Community Church

Funeral Service

Location
Mansfield & District Crematorium Derby Road Mansfield NG18 5BJ
Date
18th Jul 2019
Time
2.15pm
Funeral Director
W Flint Funeral Service

Funeral Reception

Location
Amber Valley Rugby ClubLower SomercotesSomercotes, AlfretonDE55 4NQ
Date
18th Jul 2019
Time
4pm

In loving memory of Alison Axelson who sadly passed away on 23rd June 2019.

Donations to South Normanton Community Church via JustGiving link:-
https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/carl-axelson?utm_term=Gay32w7NZ

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Vanessa and Stuart Haywood wrote

Dear Alison, you were always smiling and a truly unique lady. What a huge loss for Carl, Conrad and Marcus, but also your countless friends. Many happy memories of aerobics at Fredrick Gents business centre, of aqua aerobics, and Zumba. Also many many years ago after my 40th you and some of the band on our trampoline. Lots of tears but many more smiles. 🕯

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Carol Evans wrote

For Alison

I cant lay my head down and close my eyes
For fear of what dreams may come
You left this world today my friend
So suddenly, silently taken
I didn't get a chance to offer you a goodbye
Or to tell you how much you meant to me
A friend through thick and thin
Fun and laughter, a ready smile
You're gone and I'm still here wondering
What this life is all about
Straight from my heart i can't comprehend
What happened and why, but I know
You will be missed, you were so loved
You sparkled like the diamond you were
Your love of dragons, your fabulous fashions
Those dangly earrings, the iridescent finger tips
Every bit of you was unique and gorgeous
You were such a good friend, a confidante
A partner in shopping and crime
I will mourn you and miss you
Nothing can take your place
Our bodies may die, but love remains
You'll be with me always.

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Lucy Clarke wrote

We were all so shocked at the gym to hear of Alison’s passing. After 10+ years of sweating alongside her, Tuesday morning Combat classes just aren’t the same. Those legs! I was always in awe of Alison’s perfect pins! A beautiful lady inside and out. She is sorely missed, but forever remembered.

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Helen Weston wrote

I was gutted to hear the news about Ali, it was a big shock as she was one of those people that you just can’t imagine not being out there living it large. I shared on office with her and I can’t honestly say it was a pleasure. Ali never moaned (actually she did once about my depressing itune play list hah!!) she listened, encouraged, smiled, laughed and did all she could to help patients and be a great person to work with. Her last email to me was ‘I miss you’ ... I send that back to say I will miss you too, and your timeline adventures xxx

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