Jennifer Margaret Brothwell (4 Oct 1956 - 18 Nov 2020)

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Location
Test Valley Crematorium Ridge Lane Romsey SO51 6AA
Date
18th Dec 2020
Time
9.30am
Funeral Director
New Forest Funerals

In loving memory of Jennifer Margaret Brothwell who sadly passed away on 18th November 2020.
Jenny was a very loving Wife, Mother and Grandmother . She was the youngest of Eight children of Frank and Betty Carroll , born and raised in Stockton on Tees . Jenny had a cheerful and friendly personality and was always willing to help a person in need in anyway that she could . She enjoyed life and all the jobs that she had throughout her life from working at Woolworth's from leaving school to her short time at Butlins at Barry island to Twilight's at Asda, a time at Millbrook Bedding , Amouse Bouche in Langley and then working in the canteen at the Marchwood Power Station Construction site amongst good friend's and her final job working for Two Counties Cleaning . She was and will be my Beautiful and loving Wife forever , a fantastic Mother to Rachel, Carl and Bryan ,and an adoring Grandmother to six fantastic Grandchildren Katie , Jay , Millie, Hamish , Leah and Ava.

PLEASE CONTACT MYSELF AS ATTENDANCE IS LIMITED IN THESE TROUBLED TIMES and PRIORITY IS TO BE GIVEN TO CLOSE FAMILY FIRST THANK YOU

Family Flowers only please , donations to Charity Via the Link thank you

Bryan Brothwell wrote

Mum, this morning was our final goodbye, it was never going to be easy, and easily the hardest to date to be honest.
I can't thank you enough for being there for me, Supporting me through the tough times, the good times and for teaching me all you have through the years, from the smallest of things like cooking to how to treat others, not to be a pushover and how to stand up for myself. The memories I have will be cherished forever. Not a day goes by that i do not think of you, bringing a tear to my eye and a smile on my face. You were the best mother i could have asked for.
You will always be with me, and I know your always watching over me. Love you, buggerlugs xx

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Cath Smith wrote

Our thoughts are with you all

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Vicki Hodgson donated £10 in memory of Jennifer
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Bryan Brothwell wrote

Later today I will be saying a final farewell to you the love of my life ,without you i would not be who i am today ,( you Know what i mean )it may be farewell but only till i catch up with you . I will always be thinking of you in everything i do my heart is yours always ,silly things bring back so many wonderful memories of our time together . I miss you so much , every minute of every day something triggers a memory and makes it so hard for me to carry on , I LOVE YOU JEN XXXXXXX

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Lucy Pullin wrote

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Vicki Carroll wrote



My wonderful Auntie Jenny, the most fun loving Auntie we could of had. So many happy childhood memories, even though you were so many miles away you were so very much a part of our lives, You will be so greatly missed by us all, thinking of Bryan, Rachel Carl and Bryan tomorrow, forever in our hearts until we meet again, My wonderful Auntie Jen ♥️💔

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Leanne Wells donated £10 in memory of Jennifer

Thinking of you all at this very sad time, I have such good memories of jenny taking us all into her home when we teenagers and making us feel like family! Such a strong woman with a strong personality that no one will ever forget ❤ Sleep tight Jenny xx

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Carl and Gemma wrote

To my beautiful mum,
There isn’t enough words to express how much I am going to miss you. You have always been there for me and supported me and my family. You are in my thoughts every minute of every day.
My heart aches but every time I think of you my heart fills with pride. You are an amazing mum.
I know you watching over me until we meet again.
I love you so much and will miss you.
Love Carl and Gemma xxxx 💖💖💖

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Jay wrote

To my loving Nan,
I will really miss you. I wish you were still here. I have amazing memories that I will treasure forever.
Love you always Your little man Jay xxxx

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Millie and Ava wrote

To my Special Nanny,
Your were so special, someone good and true, I thought the world of you and really miss you. There is one star in the sky tonight brighter than all the rest combined. I am happy you will always look over me and I really miss you and wish you were here.
We love you you forever. Rest in peace Nana.
Lots of love Millie and Ava xxxx💖

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Sue snd Tommy Carroll donated £30 in memory of Jennifer

We are both so sorry to hear this terribly sad news we didn’t see much of you both in the past years but never forgotten and Jenny was just so lovely sending our condolences to all the family love Sue and Tommy

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Stephen & Lilian Carroll donated £40 in memory of Jennifer

In memory of a dear sister Jenny. Always in our thoughts. God bless R.I.P. Till we meet again. Steve & Lilian xx

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Rachel Rannochan wrote

This coming Friday is the day we say our final goodbyes to a much loved mum/sister/wife/aunt & friend we lost so quickly and suddenly. She loved her friends and family so much. Family to her meant everything, there was no such thing as ‘extended family’ you were family and her friends became her family.

To her brothers, who as kids would do what brothers do and taught her resilience, never was she a girly girl, thanks to them, never did she bring me up to be a girly girl. Without them, today I wouldn’t be the person I am today. She taught us to be tough and to take things on the chin and to have a sense of humour. She taught us to give it back as good as we get. Thank you to you all.

To mum, for being mum/Jenny, always full of life, always so pleased to hear from us and to see us all. She also taught us to be kind and gentle but not to ever let anyone walk all over us. To telling us how proud she was of us all. To how much she loved her friends, the friends she called family and loved from the bottom of her heart.

She will be with us always and forever. To her, I am forever grateful she was my mum, your family and our friend.

We will do our very best to celebrate her life because without her in ours, life just wouldn’t of been the same xxx

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  • Lovely words Rachel, thinking of you all ♥️

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