Published on the 27th June 2014.
Greenhoff, Marjorie A much loved Nan. God saw you getting tired, And a cure was not to be, So He put His arms around you, And whispered come to me. With tearful eyes we watched you, And saw you pass away, And although we loved you dearly, We could not make you stay. A loving heart stopped beating, Our precious Nan at rest, God broke our hearts to prove to us, He only takes the best. Love forever. From grandsons Mark, Wayne and Tim x
Greenhoff, Marjorie Mam, you are now at peace, But our hearts are filled with so much grief, You tried so hard to carry on, But it was not to be, Our hearts are full of pain, But we know one day we will see you again, So we picture you in a beautiful garden, There by the gate you stand, Where your beloved husband awaits you, And takes you by your hand, Both back together again, Where you always belonged. From Martin, Susan and Sash. Nannan, Its hard to describe the pain, But as time passes by, Happy memories will remain, So as we go our separate ways, I hope youve found peace and happiness, As we will cherish you in our hearts forevermore, We will always love you. From Victoria and Steve xx. Nannan, I will cherish all the happy times we shared, I miss you, I love you. From Kirsty, Ash, Gem and Connie
Greenhoff, Marjorie Resting where no shadows fall, Quietly remembered by us all. Love from sister Eleanor, Julie, Josh and Antonia xx
Greenhoff, Marjorie We picture a beautiful garden, There by the gate our Ken stands, Where loved ones gone before you, Are waiting to take your hand. From brother-in-law Jack. Its sad you had to leave us, But memories will always stay, Rest in peace Auntie Madge, You will be thought of every day. From nephews, nieces, their partners and kids
Greenhoff, Marjorie A lady passed by, Deepest sympathy to all the family. From Marlene, Liba and family Greenhoff, Marjorie Rest in peace. From Joan, Hoggett and familyBe the first to leave a message!