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See Adrian Coe s Just Giving page in memory of Jackki. We can't believe she's gone. My donation will come straight from CAF.
This awful disease took my beautiful wife on 11th August 2021, aged just 50.
She was my soul mate, my life and the bravest, caring and loving wife and mum to our 4 boys.
I miss her so much, my life will never be the same, until we meet again…
My wife was only diagnosed in February with Systemic Sclerosis having suffered with Raynaud’s for over 20 years, most people have never heard of it, by the time we had the diagnosis it was too late. Everyone needs to be made aware of this awful disease.
My adorable and devoted Mom. Always there with the sweetest smile; forever in my heart.
Mom was always told her diagnosis meant she was likely to die with scleroderma rather than from it. This was true. Watching her suffer and live with the symptoms of this to many, seemingly unknown disease was painful. She was so brave - most of the time.
Love you Mom and miss you more.
7th July 1935 - 27th June 2021
This is for my lovely mum, who passed away last month due to her chronic illness aged just 50. She was the kindest person I've ever known, and I miss her everyday. I wish I knew just how ill she had become but she was such a fighter she hid it well. If you have Scleroderma in the family please get tested to see if you have it so measures can be put in place early to help prevent the onset of effects, and allowing you to not die early like my lovely mum did. I love you lots Mum x
My precious, most loved and missed mum, who died in October 2009, age 77. She battled scleroderma for years without a diagnosis and then when we finally learned what her illness was and what the consequences and inevitable outcome would be, she still faced each day with such stoicism and courage.
Although a doctor, I did not put together the pieces of the jigsaw which is scleroderma, because Gwen was my mother. The diagnosis explained so much. I loved our years together, and even during the months of terminal care at home, we had such fun! The pulmonary fibrosis was the worst and she said she was ready to go-that death would be an adventure. I hope it was. She can’t tell me now. The world has a hole in it. My precious mother, my friend, my love.
To the most kind and thoughtful woman I have ever met, you treated me like another daughter and you brought up the most amazing son in your image, who I am lucky to call my husband. We miss you every day, your granddaughter is the cheekiest little thing and you would laugh so much if you saw her attitude! Feisty just like her Nanna. Thank you for all you gave us and all you have given me. Still can’t believe you’ve gone, I wish you could have stayed ♥️
This message is to my beautiful wife Debbie. My life will never be the same again without her. I have lost my best friend my soulmate My wife. Where Their wars light there is only dark. I miss you my beautiful girl. You were taken from me way too young. I just hope God Willing one day I will see you again honey. I will love you forever From your heart broken husband Rob
He died of covid April 2020. Aged 79.
Rest well now
Miss my mum so much she fought this awful disease for years ❤️
In memory of my beautiful wife who battled this wicked illness so bravely. Taken far too young, aged 42, on 31st December 2009. xx
To a lovely mum who fought scleroderma for many years. Passed away aged 59 on the 22nd December 2020. Miss you to the moon and back ♥️.
Our precious daughter, friend and all round beautiful person left us in April 2018, we all miss her so much, there is never a day we don't think about her. God love her until we all meet again. xx
Cherishing all the wonderful memories of our mum and granny and so proud of how she fought Scleroderma with dignity.
Remembering our beloved father, son, husband and friend. You will never be forgotten
Remembering you today, and always x
We miss you so much Jane. Will love you forever xx
Thinking of all the wonderful times we shared - we will always remember you.
Always loved, Rachel. Always remembered.