Suzie Babington-Taylor (24 Mar 1964 - 16 Jun 2015)

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SuzieAnimals in Distress (Torbay and Westcountry)

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SuzieBreast Cancer Care

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Funeral Service

Location
East Devon Crematorium London Road Whimple EX5 2PT
Date
30th Jun 2015
Time
9.45am
Funeral Director
M Sillifant and Sons

BABINGTON-TAYLOR Suzie
On the 16th June 2015, Mum passed away peacefully in Hospital, with her loved ones around her. Life will be never be the same without her. Mum will be forever missed by her two boys Tristan and Alexander, friends and family. She will never be forgotten. Funeral Service Tuesday 30th June East Devon Crematorium 9.45am. No flowers please. Donations if desired for Animals In Distress or Beast Cancer Care by retiring collection or c/o M. Sillifant & Sons, 19-20 Holloway Street, Exeter EX2 4JD

Mark Wellington wrote

It is with the greatest of sadness that I learnt today the passing of Suzie. Suzie lit up my life for only a brief time when life for me was very difficult and confusing. She loved Tristan and Alex with all her heart and her stay in Australia was so short. She brought life, sunshine and laughter in every way and I think of her everyday since she left our shores.
Best wishes to her boys. The most wonderful thing anyone can do for another is to make a difference, and Suzie achieved this so naturally. Sadly missed for ever.

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Tristan Babington-Taylor donated £65 in memory of Suzie

Money generously collected at mums funeral.

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Tristan Babington-Taylor donated £65 in memory of Suzie

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joan lesley Brown wrote

Suzie be at peace now ,with your lovely granny and your father who loved you so much ,I will miss your laughter and the fun we had in England and Australia you have been so close to me. The love you had for Tristan and Alex was something special> God Bless you until we meet again love Joanie

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Joan Lesley Brown wrote

Suzie you will be sadly missed The happy times we spent together ,it seems hard to understand why you had to leave so young But now you can rest in peace with lovely granny and your father who you adored,God bless Alex and Triston Joanie

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Jennie Lamont wrote

My deepest sympathy to Tristan and Alexander. Remembering the very happy times, over the years, with my niece/Goddaughter Susie. She was generous, loyal and vivacious by nature. May she rest in peace with her loving Granny, Gramps and Father. Gone too soon but never forgotten.

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Garry Lewis wrote

Suzie longed for peace, now she's found it. Despite her troubles, the world is a lesser place without her.

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