Christine Talbot (22 Jul 1948 - 22 Apr 2020)

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Location
Amber Valley Memorial Park Crematorium Derby Road Swanwick DE55 1BH
Date
13th May 2020
Time
11am
Funeral Director
W Flint Funeral Service

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Amber Valley Memorial Park CrematoriumDerby RoadSwanwickDE55 1BH
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In loving memory of Christine Talbot who sadly lost her fight against cancer on 22nd April 2020
With a heavy heart we say goodbye
Heaven rejoice while we cry
You were the heart and soul and will continue to be
You were grace, beauty and empathy
You changed the life of every person you touched
You gave unconditionally, we love you so much
Current guidance advises that only a limited number may attend the funeral service. Thank you.

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Sweet memories. Xx

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Marian Wolff wrote

Till we meet again. Xx

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Dear Auntie Chris, I wish I could see you, feel your warm hug, see your smile and hear you laugh...just one more time. I have memories that will fill my heart always. Your beautiful soul lives on in all of us that knew you. Love you always xxx❤️

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Michelle Outram wrote

Today we say goodbye to my mum, a mum that loved unconditionally (even when I hung the washing out wrong).
Mum and dad guided and shaped me into the person I am today. Mum lacked self-confidence and self-belief and she made sure I didn’t, this meant there were times we clashed but she always forgave me and left those times in the past. Mum supported me in everything I did, even if she didn’t agree with it, she would be there cheering me on and ready to catch me if I fell.
Mum and I were very close, we talked about everything, we had no secrets and we were there for each other. She welcomed Sean and Dean into the family and became their mum too. She adored her grandkids and would melt every time they hugged her. She was and will always be the perfect mammar.
There are people that grace this world with a kind of beauty that can only be descried as inspiring. The kind of people that make life warm and fussy, they are funny and happy, they are selfless and kind-hearted they put others over themselves, the people who know what to say whatever the situation, they make life worth living. The Talbot house was blessed with two of these and now they are together again.
Mum was a giver (everything she had would be yours if you needed it). A feeder (if anyone popped for a cuppa they would end up staying for dinner). An entertainer (she worked tirelessly at throwing the best parties and get-togethers, there was always enough food and booze in the house for everyone even if the party was unplanned). She was also a carer with endless compassion and love and a little help from various lotions, potions and the odd mug of brandy and hot lemonade she always made things better.
Everyone who met my mum loved her she radiated her inner beauty and shared herself out to. Mum was the head of the family and the people she loved became part of that family, she was also extremely protective and woe-be-tide anyone who dared to cross us.
Mum was soft and gentle, pure of heart and gave her all, she was the one we all turned to for advice because we all knew she would have wise words and open arms to make you feel better but, if she couldn’t help, you would not be crying alone.
I love you mum, I will always love you.

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Joanne Chrsty wrote

A Poem for Auntie Chris

To know her was to love her

When you use the word Auntie some people don’t seem to comprehend,
that this loved one was your support, your role model and friend.

We know that one day we’ll meet again,
we do know where though we don’t know when.
So until then you’ll live on in the memories we share,
we’ll tell a few today to show how much we care.

We loved walking the dogs with you,
singing our hearts out as we take in the view.
From the Christmas alphabet, to shall we dance,
then washing that man right out of hair if we had given him the chance.

Other memories of our strolls,
include visits to Mandy’s for bacon rolls.
Home to yours for a sleepover was the plan,
and who could forget your delicious coq au vin.
Your thick and frothy milkshakes were second to none,
we continue to make them, the legend lives on.

You were always someone we loved to spend time with,
full of care, warm hugs and so much to give.
When we were poorly you were the best nurse,
we always asked to come to you first.

Friday night take away’s were such a treat,
Winner City and foot rubs were right up our street.

Caravan holidays were so much fun,
walking in the forests and enjoying the sun.
Our beloved Smudge and Red were never far from our side,
exploring Beatrix Potter World and taking a train ride.

Flip flopping off to the shower block,
Foo foo bags in hand, we made quite the flock.
Back to the van for a round of rummikub,
or maybe a visit to the drunken duck pub.

Our relationship stayed special even as we grew older,
you were always there for us to lean on your shoulder.
From the Boxing Day Party to a family Sunday roast,
spending time together with those we love most.

Playing games at Christmas or a big family walk,
popping over for choccochino and a chance to talk.
These precious memories will stay in our hearts,
we’ll never truly be apart.

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Michelle Outram wrote

Today we say goodbye but know in our hearts you live on
We will mourn our loss forever but take comfort in your peace and our memories.
Love you all the world miss you desperately

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Patricia Kitching wrote

Thinking of you all today and remembering our wonderful friend, Chris. May you Rest in Peace Chris reunited with those you love above. All our love, The Kitching Family xxx

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Charlotte Lawrence donated £20 in memory of Christine

Words are not enough to express what a wonderful lady Chris was, I feel blessed to have known her. Our thoughts and love are with you all. Charlotte, Paul, Sonny, Elliott and Belle xxxxx

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Theresa Curley donated in memory of Christine

Chris you were one of the most kind, caring and thoughtful people I have had the pleasure to know, I will always think of you with happiness and know I was blessed to have know you for so long, God Bless Theresa Paul and family

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Thank you to all, for your cards thoughts and prayers. From Ian, Michelle, Dean and family.

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  • We will be thinking of you all tomorrow. All our love Martyn & Lynne Hibbert xxx

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A wonderful and caring lady who will be sadly missed heaven has gained other angel lots of love from amy richard and callum xxx

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Sandra Langford donated £30 in memory of Christine

A wonderful, caring lady who will be missed by everyone God bless

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My beautiful mum Chris and sister Louise together again

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  • These were posted by me Michelle Outram

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  • Louise and her mum were two beautiful people, inside and out ❤️

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Always in our hearts

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  • These were posted by me Michelle Outram xx

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Martin Hubbard donated £50 in memory of Christine

In loving memory from Auntie Rita

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