Daisy Wood (10 Dec 1918 - 28 Mar 2018)

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Funeral Service

Location
All Saint church The Avenue Hampton TW12 3RG
Date
4th May 2018
Time
2pm
Funeral Director
Alan Greenwood & Sons Hampton Hill

Cremation Details

Location
South West MiddlesexHounslow RoadFelthamTW13 5JH
Date
4th May 2018
Time
3.20pm

Funeral Reception

Location
All Saints Church HallThe AvenueHamptonTW12 3RG
Date
4th May 2018
Time
3.30pm

In loving memory of Daisy (Mary) Wood who sadly passed away on 28th March 2018
Mum was born in Decmeber 1918, a beacon of hope after the First World War. She grew up in Kingston and trained as a typist. She went to work for the Court in Kingston and worked there continuously till she retired in 1985.
She had many interests including geology and archaeology, and she loved nature and being in the countryside. She was married twice for 25 years each. Firstly to David Millar, my father. Secondly to Roger Wood who shared many interests with her and made her happy in the next part of her life. She survived another 20 years after Roger passed away in 1998. She loved to travel and visited us in Africa 6 timss as well as many far flung destinations around Europe.
She lived in Hampton for 71 years and was an active member of the congregation and the Mothers' Union at All Saints Church for all that time.
She remained active and independent as long as she possibly could and that is how we shall remember her.
Mourned by her son Paul, daughter in law Doris, and her step daughters and their partners Gillian and Roger and Janet and Roger, by the rest of her family, and by all who knew her.

Gerrit Vos donated £31.50 in memory of Daisy
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Gill Sammons donated £31.50 in memory of Daisy

Happy memories of a very special lady. Gill S

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David and Jill Phillips donated £26.25 in memory of Daisy

Mary (the name by which we knew her) was a very special person. We always enjoyed her company, her humour, her enthusiasm for life and her interest in everyone around her. There was a particular twinkle in Mary’s eye whenever she studied the restaurant menu for the next course!

Although we did not know her during her working days, it was clear that Mary had thrived on positions of great responsibility and there was no doubt that she had a very proud and productive career to look back upon.

It was an achievement, in itself, for Mary to have lived well into her 100th year. Her fight and determination to do things on her own terms lasted until the end – but happily in peaceful and comfortable surroundings and with Paul by her side.

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Lauren Muller wrote

Dear Paul and Doris, I am glad you have this time and occasion to honour your Mom. I know how much she meant to you both, and all the love and care you showed her. Our love to you both. Lauren and Steven

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Martine and Rob Jones wrote

Dear Paul and Doris

So sorry for your loss.Thinking of you in this difficult time. Big hugs from the five of us.

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Kitty en Hans Janssen wrote

Dear Paul and Doris,
You are in our mind, we think about your sad loss. We wish you all the strengh you need together. and bless you with all those good memories. We will remember the night we spend together in her house. (the night we were on our way to Cardiff for Maura's funeral) . Love Kitty and Hans

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