Eileen Grieve (4 Oct 1958 - 5 Oct 2017)

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EileenThe Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation

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Location
St Theresa's Church 41 Main Street East Calder EH53 0ES
Date
13th Oct 2017
Time
10am
Funeral Director
Thomas Brown Funeral Directors

Burial Details

Location
Loaninghill CemeteryLoaninghill RoadUphall
Date
13th Oct 2017
Time
11.30am

In loving memory of Eileen Grieve who sadly passed away on 5th October 2017.
Eileen was very unwell for over 4 years due to having vasculitis and many more illnesses! She is at peace now with no pain .

Andrew Grieve donated £438 in memory of Eileen

Thanks for all the donations fantastic amount raised £438

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Mary Morrison posted a picture

Celebrating your birthday with a bevy! You were so much fun to be around and we will never forget you 💖 xx

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  • This is a great picture of Mum and Dad!! Need yo get some printed off and framed. Xxxx

    Posted by Gillian on 15/10/2017 Report abuse
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Dot McCulloch wrote

I remember all the times we had together, not going to mention some of them, we will keep them to ourselves lol! You took me to the Chapel one time, and I put my fingers in the Holy water! they were nipping, and I said to you, I'm being punished for being in a Chapel, we laughed that much the Priest asked us to leave!! I'm so glad we spent some time together, before it was to late, I had a great pal back, RIP beautiful girl, will miss you loads!! xx

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Paula Gardner wrote

Eileen, where do I start... I could write a book with the shenanigans we used to get up to!! One will always stick in my mind....
You Chummed me on a 'blind date'... Yeah, he turned up and figured out it was me.. he sat opposite us, tried to start a conversation and out of nowhere you became Swedish and got me out of the situation by telling him I was your deaf cousin and didn't have a clue who Paula was...!! It didn't end there, a few drinks later we got the train home and we had the whole train in an uproar with our banter.. we begged the transport police to arrest us ( only coz they were mega good looking with handcuffs).. They couldn't stop laughing and eventually agreed to give us a shot of their hats.. Good Cop Bad Cop were born that day...
I laughed everyday when I was with You,
Another memory, this one is special...
You took me and the girls into your home on Christmas day and we all had Christmas dinner together and exchanged gifts at the table.. my girls were only little but they still remember that day... You will always be in my heart Eileen, I am sorry we lost contact but Know this.. You were one in a billion!! Sleep tight my beautiful friend.. til we meet again xxx

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GailG Millar wrote

So sorry to hear this sad news. I remember the times we would walk up to Auntie Mary's and Eileen wild always be such a bundle of laughs. My thoughts are with Gillian and Andrew.

Requiescat in pace.

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