Funeral Service

Location
St. Giles Church Park Lane Ashtead KT21 1EJ
Date
24th Feb 2020
Time
12.45pm
Funeral Director
Alan Greenwood & Sons Ashtead

Glen Leay passed away peacefully on 31 January 2020 after a brave and dignified battle with cancer. She was at home, surrounded by her husband Rob and three children Jenny, Martin and Robert.

The funeral will be held at 12.45pm on Monday 24 February at St Giles' Church in Ashtead.

Instead of flowers, the family would welcome memorial contributions in her honour. Donations can be made to:

Princess Alice Hospice through: https://www.justgiving.com/glenysleay

And/or the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity through: https://www.justgiving.com/glenysleay2

Or cheques may be sent: c/o Alan Greenwood & Sons, 25 The Street, Ashtead, Surrey KT21 1AA.

Glen was an amazing woman, wife, mother, sister, nana, auntie, cousin and friend. She will be sadly missed by so many. Rest in peace.

Suzanne Wilding wrote

Glen I miss you so much. You have been the most amazing neighbour and I shall miss our chats over the garden hedge. You were such a comfort to me when Ellie & Matt were young and so helpful when my own Mum became poorly. Always thinking of others with such selfless kindness - I shall endeavour to be more like you . I love you dearly and will hold you close to my heart forever. Until we meet again. With all my love Suzanne xxxxx

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Janet Hoad posted a picture

Such a treasured friend. We had so many lovely times. Thank you for making wonderful memories for me to cherish - Janet & Lewis

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Just popping over Palestrinalaan for a quick ..cuppa Tea..

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Barry and Lynne James wrote

Glen, we became good friends when we met you Rob and the children 35 years ago in Voorschoten, The Netherlands..
We will always remember you for your kindness, patience and generous spirit..
You have left us with beautiful memories that we will always cherish..
To Rob, Jenny, Martin and Robert Our deepest sympathy for your great loss
Barry and Lynne,
Minnesota USA

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Jenny and Bob Hornby posted a picture

We had so much fun when we were all together. The musical evenings with Rob and Bob playing. The shopping/chatting trips. Your chocolate fudge cake will always be legendary with my boys. We will miss you Glen.

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Patricia, Kathy & Glen. Cousins forever!

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  • We shared so much of our lives together, then also with the next generation. You are loved so much and respected by so many. Dear Glen, love always Tricia xxx

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Kahy Bowen wrote

Glen, known you all my life. You were my cousin, sister & friend. I will miss you greatly but I have a lifetime of memories and laughter. You were always there. Wimbledon fortnight will not be the same without the constant texts while the matches were on.

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Ray Anderson wrote

I have always cherish Glen as a very dear friend and colleague. I treasure all the memories of the service she gave to West Ashtead School, which meant so much to me, personally, over the years. She was such a warm and friendly person, loved by all the pupils who had the good fortune to come into contact with her. She will be greatly missed but will live on in our thoughts and memories.

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In happier times on the occasion of my retirement in July 2020

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Sarah Gentle wrote

A tiny bundle of joy! You made me feel so welcome and valued without question. A sense of humour which consisted of sharp wit and kindness in equal measure. A giggle was always to be had with you Glen.
I know how much you loved and missed Janet and I sensed you missed her deeply.
No more suffering now, you are free.
We will miss you dearly but take comfort in knowing that your suffering is no more.
We love you and always will, sleep tight Auntie Glen, Paul, Sarah, George and Lydia
Xxxx

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Cheryl Carson wrote

Dearest Glen. You were so courageous. It has been an honour and blessing to call you our friend and you are greatly missed. You were always so kind and thoughtful to others.With much love to Rob, Jenny, Martin and Robert and wider family at this very sad time. With our love from Cheryl and Dave Carson and familyxxx

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