Shared by Janie Evans on August 14, 2019
I remember Mavis for her big cuddles and smiles and my biggest memory was when I was 12 and visited from New Zealand and Mavis had her little Chihuahua dog. I think it's why ended up adopting one about 7 years ago.  Thinking of you all today.  Lots of love Janie xx

R.I.P Mrs P

Shared by Pritchard Family on August 13, 2019
Deb - I just wanted to put some words down for your site
 
“ Mrs P was our landlady for 5 yrs while we Studied at Barts. 
She was the most wonderful lady - so kind and caring. Alistair was always her favourite- but she treated us all like we were part of her family. We loved her deeply for all of her care and her wonderful food! Jerk chicken - rice and peas. she kept us from malnutrition as we were incapable of most normal functioning other than working and playing sport.
 
You have never been far from our thoughts since we qualified in 1996. 

You were a big part of what made those years the happiest of our lives. 

All our love Tim, Al and Simon ( those dirty bastards upstairs!!!!) xxxxx
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Mavis Pritchard

Shared by Caroline Conroy on August 2, 2019
When I met this wonderful lady in her home she immediately made me feel welcome. She was a beautiful force to be reckoned with. Funny, vivacious, considerate, warm, and kind. A  straight talker which I admired so much, she won my heart in minutes.  She was a protective mother who adored her children and wanted the very best for them. She was family oriented and would do anything for her loved ones.Rest in perfect peace beautiful lady, you will be remembered with affection and admiration, I know that you are but a veil away and always watching over your family. 

Sleep In Peace Aunt Mavis

Shared by Dennise Haughton on August 2, 2019
  1. Aunt Mavis will be missed . I have fond memories of her as a little girl from her many visits to Jamaica. She would always give me 5 or 10£as my pocket money. I also remembered when mummy and I visited in 1998. Everyday she came home from the off license she would tell me to relax and have a drink. Her infectious laughter will not be forgotten and her kindness. ♥️ Wish I could make it to the funeral, however I send my love and prayers

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