Its taken along time for me to find all the right words to put on here about my Auntie Janet and all the memories I have but I'd be here for along time, so couple of memories are falling in the fish pond Antony jumping in to save me and Auntie Janet washing me down in the kitchen sink, sitting round the table for dinner and awaiting for rice pudding but being told i have to wait for my serving as the skin was Uncle Doug's, being introduced to sons and daughters and heart to heart by Kay and Auntie Janet when walking to their house from school waiting to be picked up. The horse chestnuts around the open fire and so many more.... I shall miss the obligatory People's Friend tea towel at Christmas but most of all ill miss you Auntie Janet... we will keep your golden heart shining through us all 💛 love you always x
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A loving wife to Douglas, an amazing Mother to Kay and Antony, Mother-in-law to Peter and second Mum to Rosie. A caring and proud Grandmother to Kyran and Harrison, Sister to Frank, Susan and Richard, Aunt to David, Sally, Rebecca, Stephen, Hannah and their children.
Her commitment to helping others saw her serve as a member of St John Ambulance for over 52 years. During which time Janet volunteered approximately 1000 hours per year. She was the Superintendent of the Sittingbourne & Milton Regis Adult Division for over 30 years and most recently the Cadet Division as well.
During her time with St John Ambulance both as a volunteer and an employee she has trained, supported and guided thousands of people to provide first aid assistance to those in need.
Janet enjoyed travelling and at the age of 58 spent an incredible month exploring New Zealand. She then went on to visit amazing places such as Canada, Hawaii and beyond.
To say that Janet will be missed is a huge understatement. She will be forever in our hearts xx