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Dear friends and family of Jane Pamela Kilfeather, "Pam"
It is with great sadness that I have to inform you that Mum passed away on July 15th, aged just 76.
She was married to Dad (Ray) for 53 years and was an exceptional wife. They both fulfilled thier vows 'in sickness and in health', Mum had frequently had to care for Dad after stays in hospital now it was his turn. He and I had the opportunity and priviledge to care for Mum in the last weeks of her life at home in Abinger.
As a Mum to Anthony, Laurence and myself she was very special too. Her love was unconditional and everlasting. She was always very encouraging and positive. The most wonderful woman I was so fortunate and very proud to have called my Mum,.
As a Granny, to Freddie, Tom, Cerys, Charlie and Jess (you wouldn't dare ask about her Grandchildren unless you had time to spare!) she was great fun. She loved the role of Granny and looked forward to seeing them, this feeling didn't diminish as they got older, well not for Mum anyway!. Ant, Laurence and myself weren't at all surprised when our photo gallery was taken over by the photographs of the children. She loved reading to them, baking with them, doing all sorts of crafts. She was really enjoying watching them grow into fine young men and women.
She passed away peacefully, at home, surrounded by her family. We take great comfort from the fact that she wasn't to have a long and painful end. The void that she's left behind is of course massive, but she always used to say that time is a great healer so we do hope she's right!
I'm so sorry that you may not have been included in the numbers for Mum's Service of Celebration. If the restrictions weren't in place we would have been able to invite so many more people and I know she would've been so pleased to think you would have been there.
For those of you that have sent us condolence cards thank you, the number we've received is amazing. For those of you that have taken the time to stop and ask after us or talk about Mum, thank you. You've been a great comfort to us all.
Please do leave a message, write about a special memory, add a photograph and of course if you wish a donation to Cancer Research UK.
Best wishes, Fiona (Nonie)