- Croydon Crematorium East Chapel Croydon Surrey CR9 3AT
- 2nd Oct 2017
- Funeral Director
- Rowland Brothers Warlingham
My Story about my son Michael Ramsey.😇
I gave birth to Michael in the early hours of Wednesday 8th October in 1986 at 28 weeks.
He weighed 3lbs -12oz, he was 16 inches in length with auburn colour hair. Michael was then transferred to Brighton Hospital where he was put into the Special Care Baby Unit there. I was then transferred down there myself to be with him, when i saw him and how tiny he was, I knew that i would love him from that day and always be there for him through hi life.
I had to have him christened as he was a very ill little boy, and i still believe having him christened made him turn into a little fighter to stay alive. Michael grew up to be a lovely boy, he was funny in his own little ways and everybody loved him.
In 1992 i gave birth to his sister Chloe, he was so pleased to have a little sister in his life. I remember Michael pushing his sister Chloe on her little car down the path outside our house in Purley. Then in 1994 he had another sister callled Georgina who was born. and he loved her a lot. Then in 1998 he's little brother Joshua was born , Michael was very happy to finally have a brother that he could teach things too even thou there was 12yrs between them. Michael had one more sister who was called Tiffany-Peaches who was born in 2007, he couldn't believe he had a little sister again. Then in 2013 Michael lost his sister Georgina who died from a brain condition called Arnold Chiari Malformation , he told me how much he missed her as they would always laugh at each other jokes and talk about things . On Sunday 10th September 2017 , I was told that my son Michael had taken his own life, I just can't believe Michael would of done something like this to himself, I think for him to have done this he must of been in a very deep dark place and believed that he would never be able to come back from it.
Michael was my 1st child and my 2nd child i have loss within 4yrs. I know that this is going to b e the hardest thing to go through again as a mother, his death has now left a bigger hole in my heart now.
THERE IS ONE THING WE CAN ALL DO, IS TO LISTEN MORE TOO OUR LOVE ONES IN TIMES
BY ANGIE WEAVER ( mum )
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