ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Clare Smith sloly, 34 years old, born on June 26, 1985, and passed away on November 1, 2019. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Andrew Johnston on December 2, 2022
Think about you all the time, Clare. I will always remember our day out to Kirby Hall. So glad we went out that day. God bless you xxxx
Posted by Jane Smith on November 24, 2022
Lou Lou you were my 1st born you were amazing person kind and help anyone I miss you every day the times you told me when I turned up that I wasn’t coming in as not invited x you have left 3 amazing children I am so sorry I couldn’t have them for you as your last wish should of recorded it or wrote down but did not think we would lose you the hardest part was watching you die you told everyone you were cancer clear and kept to your self you were always brave just wish I knew so I could of prepared myself also couldn’t keep my promise to Charlotte that she could say good bye to you but that was something I couldn’t do as I had no pr babes I love you so so much and still hurts but I know you are out of pain and with nan and grandad and Carly and Ben love you all a mum shouldn’t have to sort out funerals for her children it’s never goodbye we will see you again one day until then babes your memory will stay strong we will always speak about you I’m so so proud of how strong you were love you always baby and sweet dreams till day we join you xxxxx

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Posted by Andrew Johnston on December 2, 2022
Think about you all the time, Clare. I will always remember our day out to Kirby Hall. So glad we went out that day. God bless you xxxx
Posted by Jane Smith on November 24, 2022
Lou Lou you were my 1st born you were amazing person kind and help anyone I miss you every day the times you told me when I turned up that I wasn’t coming in as not invited x you have left 3 amazing children I am so sorry I couldn’t have them for you as your last wish should of recorded it or wrote down but did not think we would lose you the hardest part was watching you die you told everyone you were cancer clear and kept to your self you were always brave just wish I knew so I could of prepared myself also couldn’t keep my promise to Charlotte that she could say good bye to you but that was something I couldn’t do as I had no pr babes I love you so so much and still hurts but I know you are out of pain and with nan and grandad and Carly and Ben love you all a mum shouldn’t have to sort out funerals for her children it’s never goodbye we will see you again one day until then babes your memory will stay strong we will always speak about you I’m so so proud of how strong you were love you always baby and sweet dreams till day we join you xxxxx
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