AUDREY LESLEY DOREEN EMMETT (4 Oct 1938 - 15 Nov 2021)

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Location
Hawkinge Crematorium Aerodrome Road Hawkinge CT18 7AG
Date
14th Dec 2021
Time
10.30am
Funeral Director
W J Farrier & Son Ltd, Folkestone

Passed away on the 15th November 2021, aged 83 years.
Much loved wife of Geoffrey and Mother of Paul and Mark
Will be sadly missed and remembered always.

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Adam Tarr donated £100 in memory of AUDREY

Love Adam, Vicky, Emily & Jack. xxx

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Rosemary Tarr donated £100 in memory of AUDREY

With love, Rosie. x

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Adam Tarr wrote

Daudie,
You were such a constant in our lives; through the ups and downs. From never missing a birthday, to making an amazing key lime pie.
We will miss you.
Love, Adam, Vicky, Emily & Jack.

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Marie Young donated £20 in memory of AUDREY

Dear Aud, I have so many happy memories of us working together, we had great laughs and you was a wonderful Nurse, not to forget the best Christmas Co-ordinator ever going. A true friend and you will be sorely missed and never forgotten, much love always Marie xxxx

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Patricia Strange donated £20 in memory of AUDREY

Lots of happy memories, working with Audrey on Oxford ward.
A special lady and a wonderful nurse xx

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Sophie Emmett donated £30 in memory of AUDREY

From your Grandchildren

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From Kate, Nicks and Sophie

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Sophie Emmett wrote

To Grandma,

We could write a thousand pages, but we all know you wouldn’t want that, so we’ll try and keep this brief;

Thank you for making us better people, thank you for our dad, and thank you for giving us memories we will cherish forever.

We will always remember the Lego, the backyard swing, the Easter egg hunts and your extensive VHS/DVD collection. We also remember the beautiful trips and holidays, from our Bates motel stay in Florida to trawling the markets of Marbella for Sophie’s must-have skirt.

We continue to joke about how none of us will will ever be able to re-create your cooking: however we know the secret ingredient is just add salt. Your cooking was a homage to how much you valued family and the empty plates were ours to show how much we valued you.

Grandma- you are irreplaceable, and your passing leaves us without the voice of reason we’ve always had. It’s hard to put into words our loss; we’ll never hear your cackle again, your self-deprecating humour, and most importantly your ability to put our absurdity into perspective.

For each of us there is that grandma moment. The moment when we were made better because you was there. On reading fellow messages and seeing the outpour of love it seems like there are a lot of people who have shared similar moments. It has been humbling to read the many roles Grandma adopted in her life, as wife, mother, sister, nurse and true friend. We are so proud to have had Audrey as our loving grandmother.

We will always love you,

Your Grandchildren

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Mark Emmett donated £50 in memory of AUDREY
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Mark Emmett wrote

Our wonderful Mum, Audrey. We could not have wished for a more loving mother and Mother in Law. Family to her was everything. She was always there for us her grandchildren and her friends. She was so full of love life, laughter and life. She was a one off who made a difference. She would not want us to be sad at her passing but want us to remember all the good times and smile at the memories.
Miss you and love you Mum
Mark and Mary

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Alison Wright donated £40 in memory of AUDREY
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Alison Wright wrote

Audrey had a big heart, and a wicked sense of humour. I will remember her kindness, her ability to make me laugh, and offer wise advice. The world could do with more people like Audrey. I will miss you. Xx

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Robert Martin wrote

Audrey was a very giving, upbeat person. In all the years l knew her, which is pretty much all my life, l don’t think I ever saw her in anything other than a jolly mood. She impacted many peoples lives. The work she did as a nurse, and her night hours over many years as a Samaritan, show the person she was. Concerned about other people. Always outgoing, never insular. Always willing to give of herself with sensible, practical, advice. I am so pleased I saw Audrey recently after some time. It was a happy and enjoyable day, with Audrey on good form as always. That is how I will remember her.

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Rosemary Tarr wrote

Audrey- my sister & closest friend. You were very special to so many people whose lives were touched by your infinite kindness, warmth & generosity. Thank you for constantly being there to listen, comfort & support us all.
You believed life was to be lived & we had such fun along the way. I will always miss you my Daudie but I have a lifetime of wonderful memories & will remember them & you with love.

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Beverly Tarr wrote

Daudie - To the greatest aunt I could ever have wished for. She remembered every special occasion and always listened and have such amazing advice. I will miss you so much. Bevs x

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