Julie Christina Gaynor (18 May 1963 - 7 Nov 2020)

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Location
Oakley Wood Crematorium, North Chapel Oakley Wood Road Bishop's Tachbrook CV33 9QP
Date
1st Dec 2020
Time
2pm
Funeral Director
Walton & Taylor Ltd

GAYNOR Julie Christina
(18 May 1963 to 7 November 2020) of Dunchurch, Rugby, died peacefully at home after a long illness bravely borne. Julie was the much-loved partner of David, as well as being a generous and loving sister, sister-in-law, aunt, niece, and friend. Her warmth and fun sense of humour will leave a gap and she will be greatly missed. A private service will be held at Oakley Wood crematorium on 1 December 2020. Donations in memory of Julie, for Myton Hospice, may be sent to Walton and Taylor, Funeral Directors, 16 Railway Terrace, Rugby, CV21 3EW, telephone 01788 543008 www.waltonandtaylor.co.uk.

Monika Bergström wrote

Julie. Our loved family member. We are proud that you wanted to be. Ever since the first time we met, you were 18 then, we knew that you were special. Like a wonderful fresh wind - beutiful, funny, proud. Many years have passed since then and we always kept in touch to share the ups and downs in life. You will be leaving a huge empty room in our lives, however you are now in a better place where there is no pain. We know you loved Sweden and you will be with us in the winter snow storms when the woods become white and glittering as well as on the beach by the sea when we hear your voice in the rolling waves coming in with the salty breeze. We will never forget you. Always staying in the hearts of your Swedish family.
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Julie wanted no flowers but thought of the Myton Hospices why we made a donation to them
as well as to the Cancer Research in the USA

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Monika Bergström Andersson wrote

Julies Swedish family thank theMyton Hospices

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Mary Webber wrote

We will always remember Julie fondly as a cheerful, fun loving niece. She will be sadly missed and always loved.
much love from Uncle Ken & aunty Mel , also Richard & Cathryn . God Bless Dear Julie x

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Lynette Bartlett wrote

How is it that I never saw your wings when you were here with me?
When you closed your eye's and soared to the heaven's, I could hear the faint flutter of your wings as you left.
your body no longer on this side,
Your spirit here eternally I see your Halo shine.
I close my eyes and see the multicoloured wings surround me in my saddest moments and my happiest times
Sister my Angel God has given you your assignment, always my sister, forever my angel.
you fly into my dreams and when I am asleep, I feel your wings brush against my face wiping away the tears I shed since I can no longer hold you in arms but in my heart.
You EARNED those wings dear Sister and you will always be my Angel eternal.

Sleep well dear sister.

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