- 65 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 7, 1943
- Date of passing: Jul 7, 2009
|Let the memory of Dorothy be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Dorothy Quirke, 65, born on August 7, 1933and passed away on July 7, 2009. We will remember her forever.
"I used to love walking down Willard Street to Yvonnes & you would always be on your step, polishing something or other & we'd always have a little natter . I was only about 13 or 15 but I really loved seeing you. 1 in a million Dot xxxxx"
"Such a lovely lady, Dot you are the best mum and nan and your children and grandchildren miss you so much, they are a credit to you and you would be so proud of them all, they have you in their hearts every day, say Hi to Bob for me, love you xx"
"Mum can't believe that we are approaching the 6th Christmas without you. It just doesn't seem the same anymore. Even simple things like going Christmas shopping and putting the tree up just doesn't feel the same. The kids still talk about you mum, our Bobby more than holly which is funny because he was only 3 when you died. He gets upset when he talks about you because he is starting to forget what you were like. When he feels like that we get fotos out or we look at our wedding video to remind him of what you were like. Our holly doesn't talk much about you, I think it still hurts her as i know she misses you so much mym. I will go to bed on Christmas Eve knowing that when I get up the next morning, Christmas day i won't see you again and that breaks my heart mum.. i miss you so much mum.. xx"
"4 years ago today a bright light within our lives went out for good. It was the day that we lost our beautiful mum, and her grandkids lost their wonderful "nanny dot". Since that day my life has never been the same, Losing you mum has brought a real sadness in my life, and a sense of anger. It was unfair the way that you were taken.. I LOVE AND MISS YOU SO MUCH MUM...... XXXXXXXXXXXX"
"The day that you left us mum, our lives changed forever. I never knew what a broken heart was until the day that you died. I miss your litttle laugh, you giving me advice, calling in to have a cup of tea a bakewell tart and a good gab. The only thing that keeps us all going is that you are free from pain now, and back with dad. You were such a beautiful mum, and i will love you forever xxx"
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