Joanne Lesley Higgins (29 May 1959 - 31 Jan 2020)

For Charitable
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Egyptian MAU Welfare

Funeral Service

Location
Dewsbury Moor Crematorium Heckmondwike Road Dewsbury WF13 3PL
Date
17th Feb 2020
Time
12.30pm
Funeral Director
George Brooke Ltd

HIGGINS
Formerly Kennedy
nee Renyard
Joanne Lesley
On 31st January 2020, suddenly at Ings Grove House, of Thornhill, Dewsbury, aged 60 years, Joanne, dearly loved wife of Andy, much loved mum of Lauren and step-mum of Nicola, dear mother-in-law of Adam and cherished grandma of Amelia, Demi and Cody.
Funeral service will take place at Dewsbury Moor Crematorium on Monday 17th February 2020 at 12.30pm.
Friends please accept this intimation and meet at the crematorium. Family flowers only please donations in lieu may be placed in the collection box provided or sent to George Brooke Ltd, Funeral Directors, for the benefit of the Egyptian Mau Welfare.

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Liz Johnson is attending the funeral
Liz Johnson wrote

To a wonderful manager who will be sadly missed from all the staff at Cambridge Road
RIP Jo

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Liz Johnson wrote

To one of the best managers I have had and a privilege to have worked for and such a wonderful and caring person and always looked after her staff and will be sadly missed RIP Jo

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Julie Catling wrote

RIP Joanne. Been a privilege knowing you for the last 55 years. Love to all family xx

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LYNN BROOK wrote

it was a privilege to know Jo i will miss her greatly, her trust in me to look after Sorrell meant so much to me as she looked passed my wheelchair, i came to realise Jo always looked passed people's outside. Margaret Palmer recommended Jo and Starr Sailor Maus describing Jo as a very caring person who bred Maus for no other reason than she loved them. Both true jo cared because she really cared not because it was the in thing her love and knowledge of Mau's was endless and she was always happy to share. she called Sorrell her special little boy as she had to bottle feed him which makes me feel honored to look after him he will be a constant reminder of a very lovely and special lady. (i hope her father time and muse are all together minus the spraying)

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  • No words needed the beautiful rose says it all. My families love and thought are with you all .

    Posted by DIANE on 5/02/2020 Report abuse
  • Jo was a true legend in many aspects of her life. She will be deeply missed by many. Our love and thoughts to Andy, Lauren and all her family. Xxxx

    Posted by Leesa on 5/02/2020 Report abuse
  • Jo was such a truly amazing lady, one I had so much to say. She gave us everything. Always full of wise advice and a witty sense of humour. Jo I hope you are watching us now. Sending you a big hug! Xx

    Posted by Emma on 5/02/2020 Report abuse
  • Jo I have thought of you often ... laughed at your swift and fabulous humour ... been grateful for the compassion and knowledge you have shared with me and the love you brought into my life There are not sufficient words to express my profound sadness at your passing To Lauren ... Amelia ... and your Mr Higgins ... my sincere and heartfelt condolences on your loss with much love ­čĺŚ

    Posted by Pam on 5/02/2020 Report abuse
  • The Egyptian Mau Club are saddened at the death of Jo Higgins, a long term member, former Chair and membership secretary of our club. Jo has owned and bred Egyptian Maus for many years and was the proud owner of Sobekoteo Mwsher (Muse) who won the first Challenge Certificate when the breed achieved full status. Jo was a real stalwart of our breed and its welfare and she will be sadly missed for her strength of character and wicked sense of humour by all who knew her.- on behalf of the Egyptian Mau Club

    Posted by Sandra on 6/02/2020 Report abuse
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