Let the memory of Joan be with us forever
  • 75 years old
  • Born on March 8, 1938 .
  • Passed away on March 5, 2014 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Joan cuff, 75, born on March 8, 1938 and passed away on March 5, 2014. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Cathy Fletcher on 8th March 2018
Happy 80th birthday mum , we should have been having a big celebration with you , but instead your up in heaven having a big party I bet ... maybe a jam butty, Any way we love you and miss you chook , from Cathy and Andrew and family ... hip Hip Hooray “ 80 today “xxxxx
Posted by Olivia Fletcher on 8th March 2018
Today you would have been 80. I remember you being so determined to get a letter from the queen for being 100; I’m sorry you didn’t make it that far - I would do anything to have you back for another 20 years. I’m missing you so much and loving you more than ever. Happy birthday Grandma. I love you.
Posted by Cathy Fletcher on 5th March 2018
Dear mum, you’ve been gone 4 years now , we miss your smile , we miss your laugh , we miss your cooking , your love and your phone calls , we think of you everyday and we always talk about you . You will always be loved and never forgotten , we love you and miss you terribly mum xxxx rest easy my angel xxxx
Posted by Olivia Fletcher on 4th March 2018
Catch a falling star and put it in your pocket, never let it fade away. Catch a falling star and put it in your pocket, save it for a rainy day. For love may come and tap you on the shoulder some starless night. Just in case you feel you want to hold her, you'll have a pocketful of starlight. Whoever said that loss gets easier with time was a liar. Here's what really happens: The spaces between the times you miss them grow longer. Then, when you do remember to miss them again, it's still with a stabbing pain to the heart. And you have guilt. Guilt because it's been too long since you missed them last. I need to see you again. I need you to hold my hand, kiss me, hug me, and tell me it's all okay. I need you to throw sticky balls at the roof and floor with me, and laugh - oh how I miss your laugh. I need you to sing to me again. I need you to raid your jewellery box with me again. I need you to brush my hair and tuck me into bed again. I need you to take me to movies you hated just because I was a little girl who liked to see princess movies again. I need you to be here for Christmas, to play the chimney number game and for everyone to fight over the trifle that you made so perfectly that nobody else could. I need the taste of your custard because nobody else's is quite like yours and I won't ever eat it again. I need your permission to raid Grandma's chocolate box. I need your teeth party trick. I need you to call me on my birthday and sing 'happy birthday' to me like you do every year. I need my Grandma back. I need her so much. It’s still not any easier without you, but I miss you more than I did yesterday, but not as much as tomorrow. I’ll love you forever, Grandma. xxx
Posted by Rhys Fletcher on 4th March 2018
Will always miss you grandma, nothing is the same with you gone anymore. I wish you had chosen to stay around. Family is well and I wish you got the opportunity to meet Paris, Bailey, Summer and Jordan. You would have been the best great grandmother. Always thinking about you. I love you xx
Posted by Cathy Fletcher on 7th March 2017
Forever missing you and loving you mum, your always in our thoughts and on our minds , your loving family , cathy, Andrew, Rhys, Olivia and Jamie - also your great grandson Bailey xxxx

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