- Date of passing: Aug 8, 2015
|Let the memory of ANN be with us forever|
"Auntie Ann...all of us are better because we were loved by you.
I Love and miss you and dream you are dancing in the wind with my Mum and Auntie Maureen. Still so very hard to believe you are gone.
"My Heart still bleeds for my sister who raised me,
myself and derek said a few words at your grave yesterday
i hope all my sisters walk hand in hand somewhere
"A year ago today....still think of you Auntie Ann, still sadly missed, still forever in our hearts.
Xx x xx"
"One year today you were taken from us. Sadly missed auntie Ann. Lots of luv Claire, Glynn and theo. Xxxxx"
"In memory of Ann,
Jack here...I wrote this down and asked Debra to post this on my behalf. I will miss my weekly chats on the phone with Ann. In my mind her passing symbolizes the end of an era..the beautiful Radage sisters are all gone now, forever missed. However, I believe united in spirit and most importantly-pain free, no more suffering. I was honored to have Ann as my Sister-In-Law. I hope I'm lucky enough to see her again along with my beloved wife Joan.
Palm Harbor, Florida USA"
Your passing deeply saddens me, however, by trading your cancer wounds for wings I believe you’re spirit is flying high- rejoicing with good company amongst your Sisters and your Mum- Finally pain free!
You were born with open hands and an open heart…ALWAYS the GIVER. Your kind gestures and compassion for others healed many a wounded soul. You were the “giver” many times to family who had fallen upon hard times in their youth. I know this because your Sister Joan (my Mum) shared these stories with me right before her passing. I feel so blessed and honored that I was able to spend quality time with you these past 3 years. My childhood memories of you are dearest during the time my Dad (Jack) and Mum were stationed in England during the early 70’s. We traveled often from Thetford/ Lakenheath to Nottingham to visit with you in your big house on Hyson Green. My Dad always had the trunk of our American car filled to the limit with goodies from the American Air Base. The entire weekend spent with you was a blast. Reflecting back… It was party central…especially the times we came during the Goose Fair! You were always so warm,welcoming and loving to me and my brother Robert.
I will miss you my lovely English Auntie…XX
Debra Atkins - Palm Harbor, Florida, USA"
"Sleep peacefully aunty Ann - reunited with mum and aunty Joan. We'll share our precious memories and always remember you with love. Thank you for taking care of us - Julie and Patrick xx"
"Saying goodbye to someone because you have to not because you want to can be the hardest thing in the world to do."
"Untie Ann were do I start you were an amazing lady and so proud that's why I loved you so much I remember you from a very early age when I used to stay at Michael and rosemarys I use to nip in and out all the time to see you I am going to miss you so much love you Lesley Rimas Leanne Pete Ellie May xxxxxxx"
"To Ann I know I was never around that much for you and the more days go on the more the pain hurts... You was everything to us you will sadly be missed ... It is killing my dad and the family but my dad more.... Every day my dad hides the pain and every day my dad is getting weaker which is making my family weaker....we named our second daughter Lola Ann radage where she will take your name further in life.... The whole point Ann you was every thing to us and you will never ever be forgotten.... Lots of love Bradley Ayesha Ava and Lola... Xxxxx may god look after you Ann.."
"To our beloved auntie ann, It's amazing the things you realize when you lose someone: you get mad at yourself for not saying the things you could've a million times, you take for granted the days spent doing nothing when you could have been with them. Anyone can be taken, at any time in our lives, but we always wait until they're gone to say the things we never had the courage to before. All our love xxxx Claire, Glynn n Theo.xxx"
"No more pain now auntie Ann xx"
Forever in our hearts, always in our thoughts.
we will always remember you.
pain free at last
Rest In Peace
say Hi to Grandad, Auntie Kit, Auntie Maureen and Auntie Joan
Joanna, Garry, Olivia, Lia and Cameron
XX X XX"
Have a suggestion for us?