Elaine Humphrey (3 Jan 1938 - 2 Mar 2020)

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Location
City of London Crematorium Aldersbrook Road, Manor Park London E12 5DQ
Date
3rd Apr 2020
Time
1.45pm
Funeral Director
Harold White Funeral Directors, South Chingford

In loving memory of Elaine Humphrey who sadly passed away on 2nd March 2020.

It is with great sadness that we have lost Elaine. Several health issues won, after a ferocious fight with the strongest willed and most determined person we are every likely to meet.

While it has been tough, Elaine built herself a truly special network of friends and family that have all rallied to our aid. Thank you to everyone who has shown their love and support.

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Karen Barnett donated £50 in memory of Elaine

You left us with lots of wonderful memories and you will be missed, rest in peace lots of love xx

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Lorraine Litchman wrote

Rest in perfect peace Elaine fly high beautiful one forever in our hearts ❤️ xxx

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Joanne Williams wrote

You are always with me and in my heart. Sadly missed but never forgotten. Always Jo xx

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Melanie Skinner donated in memory of Elaine

Elaine we will miss you loads. You was always that star and now you're the bright 1 in the sky. Xx

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Mark Williams posted a picture

Aunty Elaine loves a gadget. Must of run in the family. Her brother ain’t far off. Love you

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I’m going to miss you. You always remembered my birthday even if you sent a text the day before. Xxx

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Best of friends

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Auntie Elaine: kind hearted, owned a weird hamster that scared me, and beat me at most nintendo games I showed her. Basically everything that sums up an extremely cool lady if you ask me! I’ll miss you dearly. Love Always, Marley xx

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Keri Kadri donated £30 in memory of Elaine

You taught me so much and loved me unconditionally I’m going to miss you so much. I feel so luck too have had such a wonderful person like you in my life. I hope I see you again one day. Rest in peace. Love you forever xxxxx

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The final photo taken before you helped deliver your first grandchild. Not what we planned but you took it all in your stride. You could always handle whatever was thrown at you. You have always shown me such love and strength. I will love you always xxx

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Vicky Kadri donated in memory of Elaine

I love you so much , you are my guardian angel , you always took care of me and loved me unconditionally. Rest in the most blissful peace . Xx

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Paula Williams wrote

Elaine, one of a kind. Myself mark and our children have spent a lot of special times with Elaine, Chris and the family, times that we will never forget. I feel lucky to have known you and to have been a little part of your long and wonderful life. Love always Paula xxxx

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I love you. Take care. XX

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Karen McGill donated £10 in memory of Elaine

God bless dear Elaine! Such a warm, friendly, lovely lady, full of fun and laughter! Loved our chats we had when passing in Larkswood Road. If I was on my own you would always ask about my daughter Nicola as you had known and chatted to her since she was 4 years old when she would be pushing a doll in a pram down the road. Now she is 23! You will be sorely missed! Until we all meet again upstairs, sending all our love to you and the family, Karen, Ian and Nicola (Number 55) xxx

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