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6 comments on “Sheila Wilson”

  1. Our condolences to all the family in Australia from all of us in the U.K. What a beautiful service and tribute to a truly lovely lady. We were lucky to have seen her last year after 50 years and she was exactly the same from when I remembered her all those years ago. I will always remember her voice saying “Hello my darling”. May she rest in peace now she is re-united with Uncle Danny. Love and hugs xxxxxxxx Christine and Ernesto

  2. Dear Jac, Jo, & Leah, as you say goodbye to your loving Mum, remember all the wonderful times you shared together over the years, all the laughter that will stay with you forever. That lovely smile that you all have inherited so she lives on through you! Sending lots of love and a big hug from all of us in Bournemouth xx

  3. Much love from the NZ family, watched the service with my wife Eleanor. So glad to have met you Auntie Shelagh. You and my nana were the coolest sisters. Lovely service, Love Aidan x

  4. Thinking of you all today. I have such fond memories of Aunty Shelagh…one that I remember is when I was about 19 and her and I were in a photo booth. She started laughing which then started me laughing until we were falling about laughing helplessly. I still have that photograph. Good times.
    I will really miss our regular phone calls; again, there was always much laughter.
    Plus the regular jaunts across the ditch from your dear Mum to attend our Mum’s milestone birthdays.
    Shelagh had a vibrant personality and one very cool lady. I shall miss her so much.
    Love and God Bless, Lynette and family xx

  5. Dear Jacqui, Jo, Leah and Family . Deepest Love to you all on this day.
    I have fond memories of Mum and one that sticks in my head is on my 14th Birthday, Sheila bought me a Rolling Stones record i wanted when she was here in NZ……Mum (Joan) clearly wasn’t happy about that but then they laughed it off . A very cool lady.
    Rest in Peace Sheila.


  6. Dearest Jac,Jo , Leah & family, we are thinking of you all, a wonderful lady who will be so dearly missed. If only we had seen each other in the quickly passing years but, Jac your stories involving mum were always wonderful to hear & kept us close,
    Goodbye my darlings, I can hear her now.
    Goodnight Sheila & say hello to mum & Dad for me, until we meet again xx Susie.

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