In memory of our Aunt Iris. You will always be in our thoughts.
In loving memory of Iris Warman who sadly passed away on 18th October 2020, aged 88 years.
Iris' childhood was extraordinary. During the Second World War a V2 bomb dropped on her house in London. She was in the same bed as her mother and sister who were sadly killed, but somehow Iris survived. The report of the event detailed how it was almost inexplicable that anyone made it out alive highlighting how amazing it was that Iris lived to tell the tale.
In 1958 Iris married Alf and one of their favourite pastimes was a drive around the Kent countryside, not forgetting a tipple or two! They were married for 54 years and had three children, John, David and Michael and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Later in life, Iris loved being taken out for the day by her family, especially if it involved a trip to the seaside to eat some fresh seafood or an outing to the Harvester to enjoy the salad bar, especially the Red Devil sauce!
Iris was respected by many for her generosity, humour and no-nonsense nature. Her one liners couldn't be beaten and you knew when to be quiet when you were given 'the look'. Iris always had a twinkle in her eye, a cheeky smile and a real zest for life.
After Alf passed away, Iris started attending Age UK. She enjoyed her weekly visits but she especially loved the day trips so instead of sending flowers, we are asking for a donation to Age UK. Any donations would be much appreciated and can be made online via this website.