Veronica Joy Curnell (28 Nov 1949 - 12 Apr 2020)

Funeral Service

Location
Camberwell New Cemetery Chapel Brenchley Gardens London SE23 3RD
Date
18th May 2020
Time
10.30am
Funeral Director
F.A. Albin Walworth

In loving memory of Veronica Joy Curnell who sadly passed away on 12th April 2020

Krystal Coley wrote

Words can not explain the constant pain I feel inside. My Mum was my best friend, she was my rock and she gave me a purpose in life.

I still see her when I close my eyes tight and in my dreams. I dream of her knocking on the door with her arms open wide, grabbing me tightly with her arms wrapped around me.

I still hear her soft voice calling my name. I still feel her nurturing presence when I feel alone. I still speak to her day and night, telling her how much I deeply love and miss her.

My Mum may not be here in person but her spirit continues to comfort my heart. She had a beautiful soul inside and out. She would naturally share her knowledge and express her kindness and love towards others. She gained a respectful status by many and in our community because of her pure, generous and loving heart.

I thank God for blessing me with such a beautiful Mother, that has so many amazing qualities, who has taught me to give, love and respect others without demanding anything.

I believe that God instructed and prepared me towards the end of my Mum’s life on earth. He called upon her, so that she could have an internal life with him in his kingdom. My faith is helping my heart to heal and is allowing me to understand that life does not end when you fall asleep, but continues in a place called heaven.

Through God my Mum’s work was perform here on earth, as she touched so many people hearts. He was ready for her to join him and enter the kingdom of heaven, where she will live in glory. She is now my guardian angel and we will meet again one day. Love you Mum.

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Pinar Ozcagdas wrote

Aunty V was an amazing woman, mother, grandmother and friend to all. I think about her everyday and all the wonderful things she did for those around her. She was always in good spirits and knew how to enjoy herself as well as entertain those around her. There’s a reason we all call her aunty V, not just out of respect but because she was always a person you could count on in times of need and you knew you would always be welcomed by her! Aunty V can never be forgotten because she had an impact on all of us. We love and miss you Aunty V, May you rest in eternal peace. xxx

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Lorna Mendez wrote

Everyday I think about you and think about all the times we would laugh till we cry and the mad nights where we stayed up to silly o’clock in the morning , they fact that you always called me my sisters name Lou lol and I would stay u like her more then me and you would tell me to shut up Lorna lol loved winding you up. Will miss all the gardens BBQ and our meeting at each other’s house won’t be the same with out you there but I know you are there in Spirit. I will forever be grateful for you and that you was my Aunty V and you was part of my life for 39 years . RIP XX

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Sharon Stafford wrote

Not a day goes by I don't think of you and reminisce about times we shared together as friends. You moved in next door to me in 1981, what a blssed day that was as we became firm friends, we were bingo partners and partied together. You eventually moved away to start a new life with the love of life, but we still kept in touch throughout the years. The last time I saw you was at your seventeenth birthday party, I still talk about it to this day, I had a wonderful time.
As long as I live I will never forget you, rest in peace my love, we will meet again one day. God bless.

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Sarah Bloom wrote

After only a short time of knowing Auntie V, she really impacted me in my life. I feel like I have known her for a lifetime. I was blessed with her love and caring nature - as she was always making sure everyone was ok. V has made a print in my heart and and given a gift to my soul that I will carry forever. All my love, Sarah <3

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Dominique Edwards wrote

Aunty V was one of the most beautiful souls I have ever met. I am so fortunate to have known such an incredible person. She was very caring, made you laugh and just made you feel so comfortable and happy to be around her. She will be deeply missed. Rest in peace Aunty V! Xx

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Krystal Coley wrote

I would like to thank family, friends and well wwishers for all the love and continuous support you have shown during such a difficult time. I truly appreciate all your expressions of sympathy, kind words, encouragement, prayers, thoughts, cards and gifts. My Mum will forever live in the hearts of those she has touched and her loving and caring nature will never be forgotten. Rest In eternity peace Mum. Love you xxx

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Mum, Nanny, Aunty V, Veronica, V will forever be in our hearts.

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