Linda Margaret Joy (26 Jun 1944 - 31 May 2020)

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Location
Eltham Crematorium Crown Woods Way London SE9 2NL
Date
15th Jun 2020
Time
11.45am
Funeral Director
P L Mulligan Funeral Directors, Bexleyheath

In loving memory of Linda Margaret Joy who sadly passed away after a short illness on Sunday 31st May 2020 at her home, with her husband Barry and daughter Rachel by her side.

She will be missed by her loving husband Barry, daughter Rachel, grandchildren Jack, James and Beth, her sisters Connie, Anita and Patricia and by the many friends she has made in her lifetime.

It was Linda’s request that there be no flower arrangements at her funeral however she would have liked everyone that attended to bring a single yellow rose. However due to the restrictions at this time only 10 people will be able to attend the service, we have therefore agreed with the funeral home that anyone who would like can contact them to leave a message which will be attached to a single rose to be displayed at the crematorium. To leave a message please email to office.bexleyheath@plmulligan.co.uk with Linda Joy – 15/6 as the subject.

In the absence of flowers we have set up a just giving page for donations to Pancreatic Cancer UK.

As we are unable to meet to share memories with you of how you met or knew Linda, we would like to invite you to share on this page photographs and stories.

Millie Bailey donated £100 in memory of Linda

My dear friend. Gone but never forgotten. Rest in Peace. xx

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Brenda Joy donated in memory of Linda

I will miss Linda very much, I hold very happy memories which make me smile and we shared those the last time we spoke.x

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elizabeth asare-joy wrote

As I sit here and picture Linda, I see a very elegant lady smartly dressed with her hair tied up in a bun, emaculate makeup, a smile on her face and a glint in her eyes. Draped over her shoulder a cardigan or jacket. We would be standing in her kitchen discussing what flavour of coffee to have all the while me pinching all her M&M's on the counter top

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David Tooth donated in memory of Linda

Linda,
Many of the happy memories from my young life featured you and your sisters, whether they involved parties in London or random games of cricket in the country.
We will remember you always and think of you often.
Lots of love,
David

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Karen Hurst donated in memory of Linda

With love xx

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Allison Bailey donated £20 in memory of Linda

Linda (Mum) was one in a million. She was beautiful inside and out. She was kind and generous. She was the voice of reason when I couldn’t make sense of things. I feel so blessed to have known her. I will never forget you. Rest in Peace.

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Elizabeth Asare-Joy posted a picture

At Richard and Elizabeth wedding 23/04/94

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Elizabeth Asare-Joy donated in memory of Linda

When I sit here picturing you I see your hair tied up in a bun, your makeup immaculate, a broad smile on your face and a glint in your eyes. There is a cardigan or jacket elegantly draped over your shoulder under which is a very smart outfit. We are standing in your kitchen discussing the different brands and flavours of coffee wondering which one to try first. All the time me nicking all your M&M's. Will miss you. Rest in eternal peace xx

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Debbie Johnson donated in memory of Linda

Sleep well Linda xx

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Linda Joy wrote

Should of visited more often will miss you and your support for my own loss. Thinking of Barry and family at this sad time.

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Steven Wood donated in memory of Linda

Linda was a lovely caring Auntie who always put others before herself. I feel richer for having had her in my life and my family's lives. We will all miss her dearly.

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Linda Joy donated in memory of Linda

Didn't see you often enough. Will always remember the support you give me when Dave died. Will miss you. Thinking of Barry and your family at this sad time

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Martin Gavin donated in memory of Linda

Fond memories of a special lady. Rest in Peace Great Aunt Linda. Love to all the family at this sad time. Martin and Sophie xxxxx

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Jade Gavin donated in memory of Linda

Great Aunt Linda, beautiful lady who was always smiling. Forever loved and missed xx

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Brian Seath donated in memory of Linda

In my thoughts always and forever.brian

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martin tooth donated £100 in memory of Linda

So many happy memories dear Linda, of times when we were children, down in the country at our house, or up in Pascoe Road at yours. Always a party going on at yours so it seemed. But lots of good memories as adults too. Did not see as much of you as I should, or would have liked to, but loved you dearly always, a lovely cousin with a winning smile. So sorry I did not see you in the last few months, but will remember forever our telephone chats, even when you were too tired to talk. Goodbye you lovely girl, Martin

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John Strecker donated in memory of Linda

Linda, a beautiful person, and, for me, a lifetime friend.
We attended the same primary school, in the 1950’s.
During the 1960’s, we were with a group of friends that socialised and partied together in Hither Green. Linda’s parents were always willing hosts, particularly if David Kempster was there to sing Danny Boy!
In the 1970’s, Linda and I were reunited at Citi.
Condolences to Barry, Rachel, Connie, Anita, Patricia, and all the family.
Love and Hugs, John

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Barbara Joy donated in memory of Linda

A beautiful lady who will be sadly missed. God speed Linda X

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Alison Parkes donated £25 in memory of Linda

So fondly remembered as the lovely mum of my first BFF, Rachel. Such a kind lady, many happy memories of times spent playing at the flats, I always used to marvel at her immaculate bun, which was still the same in the last picture I saw, she always had such a lovely voice and loved hearing the stories of holidays with much loved family in America. Sending much love to Rachel, Barry and all the family and will be thinking of you all at this very difficult time xxx

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Christian Brown donated in memory of Linda

Sleep tight Aunt Linda. Beautiful inside and out.

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Stephanie Brown posted a picture

This photo was taken at our wedding. Auntie Linda was the most thoughtful, caring lady I ever met. You will be sadly missed x

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Mary Bird donated in memory of Linda

So sad to here about Linda. She was a such a lovely and kind person, she will always be in our memories xx

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Mike Mein donated in memory of Linda

Really shocked to read the passing of Linda. What can I say or add to the lovely and beautiful tributes from her family and ex work colleagues? I worked in Citi for many years, and Linda was always a most helpful, happy and relaxed person and a delight to work with. RIP Linda, and my very sincere condolences to your family.

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Gillian Tregenna donated £30 in memory of Linda

Rest in Peace Linda
Love Gillian xx

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Denise Guest donated £25 in memory of Linda

I knew of Linda when I was growing up as Mum worked with her at Citi. On a trip to Boston she bought some Beanie Babies which I was collecting back and a large Jar of Jelly Belly Jelly Beans. I was so excited to have these things that I couldn’t get in England at the time.

I was then lucky enough to work with Linda myself in Unit Trust Reconciliations as a 16 year old. She took me under her wing and taught me the ropes. Forever grateful for knowing wonderful, kind souls such as Linda through being part of the Citibank family. Rest in Peace Beautiful Lady. xxx

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Ian and Joy Turrell donated in memory of Linda

Thinking of you at this sad time Love from Joy and Ian

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Colin Tooth donated in memory of Linda

Linda was a very special and much loved cousin. We shared both happy and sad times. I will miss her greatly.

Goodbye Linda. Memories will live on.

Much love,

Colin

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Helen Joy donated in memory of Linda

Memories of Aunty Linda , always elegant always hair in a bun . Many memories but some that come to mind . Being around 14/15 and staying at Rebecca Court , aunty linda bought a book in to Rachel , Hazel and I , I was shocked , although not really rude it was quite saucy, I don’t remember the full content but it was pictures of a fat woman in a flashers Mac , it made us giggle .
When I was much younger and we stayed at the flat in hither green , we all went to London Zoo for the day - fab day out but I was upset aunty Linda wouldn’t carry my coat for me but she made up for it later that day when I got sick and she looked after me .
Lovely pressies from America when we were younger .
The story of her mum Nancy’s spare knee cap she kept in the wardrobe .
But best of all was aunty Linda a very picky eater , ate my food , praise in deed . I’m sad I never got to cook her another roast chicken dinner that I promised I would .
Much loved and missed
Love Helen x

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