Betty Gimson (31 Jan 1941 - 19 Apr 2021)

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Glynn Valley Crematorium Turfdown Rd, Fletchersbridge Bodmin PL30 4AP
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Denise Wellington Funeral Services Ltd

In loving memory of Betty GIMSON
Died on 19 April 2021 aged 80, from vascular dementia, a truly wretched illness.
At Cedar Grange Care Home, Launceston
Originally from Essex, moving to Bude in 2000 after 13 years in W Sussex.
Wife of John, and mother of Susan and the late Paul.
Will be missed - by more than words can say.
Private Funeral due to Covid restrictions on 6th May.
Family flowers only.
Donations in Betty’s memory would be appreciated. To go to any of the charities or good causes that Betty supported, or choose your own. Alternatively, online payments via the Just Giving link or by cheque c/o Denise Wellington Funeral Services, Thornelea, St Anne’s Hill, Bude, Cornwall. EX23 0LT. Tel: 01288 359277

Anthony Abbs donated in memory of Betty

With love and fond memories of a wonderful lady. Always welcoming. May you rest in peace.

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  • Thanks Anthony, really appreciated. With best wishes JohnG

    Posted by John on 14/05/2021 Report abuse
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Simon Pacey donated in memory of Betty

In memory of Betty, we love and miss you. Rest in peace.

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  • Yes, an emptiness.

    Posted by John on 11/05/2021 Report abuse
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David Gimson donated £100 in memory of Betty

At peace at last

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  • Thank, bro.

    Posted by John on 11/05/2021 Report abuse
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Alison Mothersdale donated £20 in memory of Betty

Cherished memories of Betty, a very special person who I shared laughter and tears with in the ups and downs of life.

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  • Thanks Alison. As we know, tears come from love, and that love helps us cope. And I can still hear the laughter echoing ...

    Posted by John on 7/05/2021 Report abuse
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