Eileen Stanbridge (9 Aug 1928 - 9 Jun 2020)

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EileenFriends of Dorking Community Hospital

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In loving memory of Eileen Stanbridge who sadly passed away on 9th June 2020, aged 91 years. Cherished wife of the late Bert, and wonderful Mum to Paul, Peter, Nicola, Joy and Michael. Eileen will be so greatly missed by all family and remembered fondly for her Voluntary and Charity Work.

Teresa Overton donated £20 in memory of Eileen
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Louise Belton donated £30 in memory of Eileen

With fondest memories, Mo and Lou x x

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Sandra Halden donated in memory of Eileen
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Pauline Milne donated in memory of Eileen
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Lynne Francis donated £20 in memory of Eileen

In fond memory of Eileen.

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  • Thank you Lynne so sweet of you to give a donation x

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Paul Stanbridge donated £100 in memory of Eileen

Our Mum (Eileen) was a remarkable woman. She and our Dad (Bert) grew up in humble circumstances and they were a partnership for over 45 years. Dad, died at the age of 67, far to young and this left a huge hole in Mum’s life and those of their children.

As one of five children I remember happy times growing up. We were fortunate because our Mum and Dad doted on all of us. Dad worked hard on his business, and lots of other community causes. As young children Mum was always there for us, cooking, cleaning, sewing etc. She never seemed to complain and rarely lost her cool.

Our parents tried to instil in us to be hard-working, honest and optimist about life and be grateful for what we hard.

As her children grew up Mum had more free time and devoted lots of energy to the Dorking League of Friends and fund raising. She was a Dorking person through and through. She got great pleasure from fund raising events and helping to provide Dorking hospital much needed equipment. Even in her eighties Mum wanted to stay involved in the organisation of the League of Friends shop and events. It was her other baby

I think Mum achieved much in her life and she enjoyed life. Whilst in latter years she declined physically, mentally she remained as sharp as a new pin. She would remember people and events from several decades ago and she would remember family birthdays for all her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, cousins etc. An amazing memory that never dimmed. Like most people she had her faults, she was fiercely stubborn, it was difficult to ever get her to change her opinion.

We will all miss her. I am certainly proud of her as a Mum. At last she can be reunited with our Dad and hop around on a few clouds.

Paul (her eldest son)

Our Mum (Eileen) was a remarkable woman. She and our Dad (Bert) grew up in humble circumstances and they were a partnership for over 45 years. Dad, died at the age of 67, far to young and this left a huge hole in Mum’s life and those of their children.

As one of five children I remember happy times growing up. We were fortunate because our Mum and Dad doted on all of us. Dad worked hard on his business, and lots of other community causes. As young children Mum was always there for us, cooking, cleaning, sewing etc. She never seemed to complain and rarely lost her cool.

Our parents tried to instil in us to be hard-working, honest and optimist about life and be grateful for what we hard.

As her children grew up Mum had more free time and devoted lots of energy to the Dorking League of Friends and fund raising. She was a Dorking person through and through. She got great pleasure from fund raising events and helping to provide Dorking hospital much needed equipment. Even in her eighties Mum wanted to stay involved in the organisation of the League of Friends shop and events. It was her other baby

I think Mum achieved much in her life and she enjoyed life. Whilst in latter years she declined physically, mentally she remained as sharp as a new pin. She would remember people and events from several decades ago and she would remember family birthdays for all her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, cousins etc. An amazing memory that never dimmed. Like most people she had her faults, she was fiercely stubborn, it was difficult to ever get her to change her opinion.

We will all miss her. I am certainly proud of her as a Mum. At last she can be reunited with our Dad and hop around on a few clouds.

Paul (her eldest son)





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Alan Shipton wrote

In fond memory of my Auntie Eileen , thinking of you all at this sad time.
Love Alan & family xx

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Alan Shipton donated in memory of Eileen

To my Auntie Eileen,

with fond and happy memories of a lovely auntie.

with all my love
Alan xx

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