Melvina Louise Wilkin (6 Sep 1923 - 16 Jun 2020)

Funeral Service

Location
All Saints Church Branston Road Burton DE14 3DD
Funeral Director
Murray’s Independent Funeral Directors Burton-on-Trent

In loving memory of Melvina Louise Wilkin who passed away peacefully on 16th June 2020, aged 96 years, surrounded by her loving family and friends. Loving mum to Phyllis, Ellen (Blossom), Neil (Pat), Carlton and Mavis, treasured older sister to 2 brothers & 3 sisters and a dearly loved mother in law, grandmother, great grandmother, great great grandmother, auntie and friend who will be greatly missed, but lovingly remembered by all in the community.
A service to celebrate Melvina's life will take place at a later date when everyone is welcome to attend.

Sarah Hemans lit a candle
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Stephen Fox lit a candle
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Cherry Campbell lit a candle
Cherry Campbell wrote

My Dear Aunty Mel,

Kind hearted who lived to help others around her, she would always shop, cook to feed not only for her family, but friends, church brethren, neighbours and anyone who was hungry. She made it her life mission to help those who needed it most.
She didn't live a lavish life style but on my visits growing up, it was clearly evident that she was rich with family, friends, colleagues and neighbours.
Forever in my heart.
God be with you till we meet again.

From your loving Neice Cherry. xXx

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Carlton Wilkn wrote

Dear Mum, thank you for all you taught me, to walk with my head held high as a Gentleman. May you rest in eternal peace until we meet again. You will always be in my heart, God Bless x

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Beryl Palmer wrote

My loving sister Mel although I am sad without you and wish that you were here, within my heart your lovely smile still shines bright and clear.As kids we lived together, we fought, we laughed, we cried, we shared dream and plans. I am sadden that an Angel came and took you buy the hand and said your place was ready in heaven and you had to leave behind all those you dearly loved. I will miss visiting you and hearing you sweet welcome “ my baby sister”.....sleep and take your rest......love you always but Jesus lives you best.❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Your sister Mavis

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Beryl Palmer wrote

To my darling sister I wish I could hug you and just see your face . But now I have memories to stand in your place. Gone but not forgotten always in my heart love you and miss you......sleep and take your rest.

Missing you
Beryl

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Annette Walker wrote

How sorry I am to hear your resting now with the lord you will be missed and always in my thoughts for what you did for me and my girls your a true women of God loved dearly xx

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Mavis Wilkn wrote

Sleep on my Beloved Mommy, sleep and take your rest. Lay down your head upon the Saviour's breast. I loved thee well but Jesus loves you best, good night my beloved good night. You were the best Mommy, I loved you so much, you are sleeping now in Jehovah's memory, one day you will rise again, no more pain, no sad farewell. I will love you forever my beautiful Mommy, good night my love until we meet again, Good Night xxxxxxx

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Mavis Wilkn wrote

Sleep on my beloved Mommy, sleep and take your rest. Lay down thy head upon the Saviour's breast, I love thee well but Jesus loves you best, good night my beloved, until we meet again Good Night. You were the best mommy, I loved you so much. My heart broke the day you died but I know you are asleep in Jehovah's memory and one day you will rise with no pain, no more sad farewell, I will love you forever with all my heart, good night my love good night xxxxx

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