ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Patricia Newton, 70 years old, born on January 18, 1948, and passed away on November 8, 2018. We will remember her forever.
Posted by sara timmins on March 22, 2021
rest in peace nan❤️you will forever be missed and in our hearts, love you always❤️
Posted by Kaylee Newton on January 18, 2021
Happy birthday nan 
I think of you every single day.
You're always in my thoughts.

These things make me nervous.
I never know what to say.
I'm usually good with writing thoughts down.

Nothing I say will ever compare to how I really feel.

I love you nan.
Thats so easy to say.
It just doesn't feel enough.

R.I.P Nan
Posted by Kaylee Newton on February 21, 2019
People say time heals all wounds
That someday the pain will subside
But nan i can tell you
I think they must have lied
I will never forget the memories you've given me as a child and as an adult
I never know what to say
Theirs just so much going through my head
So much i want to say
But it never makes sense
So i find quotes closest to my feelings
So you know you're always on my mind
I love you nan i always will
Posted by Lee Kinkenz on February 21, 2019
Nan, you was an amazing couragous strong willed wonderful woman who would do anything for her family. I miss you like crazy but all memories stored are memories cherished. A massive gap was left the day you went and nothing will fill that void nan, just know you will always be loved down here but you was needed up there too. Will has his mum now we had you long enough its his time to have you and we will all be there soon until then come visit if you want. We know your watching us from up there just keep our seats warm for us ❤❤

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Posted by sara timmins on March 22, 2021
rest in peace nan❤️you will forever be missed and in our hearts, love you always❤️
Posted by Kaylee Newton on January 18, 2021
Happy birthday nan 
I think of you every single day.
You're always in my thoughts.

These things make me nervous.
I never know what to say.
I'm usually good with writing thoughts down.

Nothing I say will ever compare to how I really feel.

I love you nan.
Thats so easy to say.
It just doesn't feel enough.

R.I.P Nan
Posted by Kaylee Newton on February 21, 2019
People say time heals all wounds
That someday the pain will subside
But nan i can tell you
I think they must have lied
I will never forget the memories you've given me as a child and as an adult
I never know what to say
Theirs just so much going through my head
So much i want to say
But it never makes sense
So i find quotes closest to my feelings
So you know you're always on my mind
I love you nan i always will
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The garden

Shared by Kaylee Newton on March 22, 2021
Remembering your back garden and all the memories we made. 
The 2 ponds and your beautiful fish. You turned the pond into a pool and leelee thought he was so awesome walking round the edge. Me, you and lee enjoying the hot day, until lee slipped on the side and fell in lol. You was not happy. You kept telling him to get down but he thought he knew better haha. 
Your garden was the place to be. Nanny's garden.