Nina May West (3 May 1925 - 22 Dec 2020)

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NinaThe Brain Tumour Charity

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Location
Holy Trinity Church Stowupland Suffolk IP14 4BQ
Funeral Director
Andrew Bingham Independent Funeral Services

Nina May West passed away peacefully in Ipswich Hospital on December 22nd 2020 aged 95 years. Beloved wife of the late Geoffrey, dearly loved mother to Julie, Clinton and Beryl, mother-in-law to Ian, Suzanne and David, grandma to Sarah, Steven, Robert, Grant, Summer and Steffan and great grandma to Gracie, Rónán and Bobby. Known to many friends as the former Landlady of Thwaite, Bucks Head and The Stonham Magpie and also a keen Whist Drive player. Private family funeral service at Holy Trinity Church, Stowupland, followed by burial in Stowupland Cemetery.
Donations if desired made payable to 'The Brain Tumour Charity' 'may be sent care of Andrew Bingham Independent Funeral Service, The Nutshell, Milton Road South, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 1EZ. Tel.01449 771666. Well wishes are welcome to line the route along Church Road, outside Stowupland Village Hall from 12.45pm. A memorial service will take place at a later date when circumstances allow.

Valerie Fuller donated £20 in memory of Nina

With loving and happy memories of a canny card player! With love from Freddie, Valerie, Andrew, Helen and Brooklyn xxxxx

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joyce hilton donated £20 in memory of Nina
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Eve and Ivan Hayward donated £50 in memory of Nina
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Sally Wray donated £20 in memory of Nina

In memory of a very special lady

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Ian & Julie Wearing donated £20 in memory of Nina
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Tabi wrote

An amazing lady, someone I got to know a little bit whilst growing up around my big brother Ian, Julie and my nephews - what an absolute classic individual! Telling you off, but with a twinkle in her eye, never taking any nonsense from anyone, but with a smile on her face as soon as your back was turned...she really was someone special, who will always be a part of my fondest memories, and cheekiest chuckles!

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Ian Wearing wrote

The best Mother-in-law a man could ever ask for. I'll miss the banter Mother-in-law. Bet Geoffrey has a big old grin on his face right now xx

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