Carmela Walker (2 Feb 1934 - 15 May 2021)

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St Paulinus RC Church Cemetery Road Dewsbury WF13 2SE
7th Jun 2021
Funeral Director
George Brooke Ltd

(Formerly Krajniewski)
On 15th May 2021, peacefully at home, Westtown, Dewsbury, aged 87 years, Carmela, dearly loved wife of Frank, much loved mum of Roger, Julia, Mario and Carlo , a very dear and loved mother-in-law, grandma and great grandma.
Requiem Mass will be celebrated at Our Lady & St Paulinus RC Church on Monday 7th June 2021 at 2pm followed by interment at Batley Cemetery.
Due to the current guidelines attendance at Mass will be by invitation only.
Family flowers only please, donations in lieu of flowers in memory of Carmela may be made online or put on the plate at the back of church, for the benefit of Kirkwood Hospice.

C. Laher lit a candle
C. Laher wrote

Months will pass and tears will fade, and memories will be stronger
Happy smiles will form again, forgetting they were sombre.

Our hearts will hold the special bond and love that we all shared
We pray Our Lord surrounds you and keeps you in his care.

Blossom in your garden, will flourish and never cease
Embracing every moment as you gently rest in peace.

The empty space is hard to bear; the silence will remain
Our faith will surely strengthen, until we meet again.

With love from
Camella and family

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Emma Wilson lit a candle
Emma Wilson wrote

Mia cara sorella Melina,

Sei sempre stata una sorella speciale per me. Perché non sei più con noi, sarai sempre nei nostri pensieri e nelle nostre preghiere. Ora che non sei più con noi, Dio ti prenderà nelle sue cure nel suo giardino del cielo e ti guiderà per sempre.

Con affetto da tua sorella, Emma

Though her smile is gone forever and her hand I cannot touch, I still have so many memories of the sister I loved so much.

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Simon Parkinson donated £50 in memory of Carmela
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Simon Parkinson wrote

An Ode to Mrs. “K”

The world is surely now a poorer place
Having lost your smile and selfless grace
You may have left, but not for long
Abiding in Christ’s Heavenly throng.

For those who here on earth remain
Facing all their worldly pain
Can know that the Glorious Lord above
Through his eternal, endless love.

Will shine torch of hope so bright
Till that day they can again unite
With your spirit true and pure
In his Kingdom, eternally verdure.

Finché non ci incontreremo di nuovo in paradiso, Simon.

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