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Pauline Hawkins

Pauline was a wonderful mother and wife. The day she died was the worse day we had ever faced. It left us with a hole we could never fill. She was such a kind hearted soul. She would now also be a grandmother to Mia, she would have been besotted with Mia who knows who nanny Pauline is and always will do 18 Nov 1940 - 03 Nov 2011 Read more

Roy(ston) Howard

To the world he was just one man, To one man he was the world. Deceased: 23 Dec 2015 Read more

Maureen Whale

A wonderful Mum and Nan who is so very much loved and missed everyday. She is by far the brightest star in the sky. Xxx 26 Oct 1947 - 28 Aug 2018 Read more

Christina Nova Corr

A very special Mum who adopted me and gave me the most wonderful childhood, full of happy memories and laughter. 29 Dec 1938 - 22 Sep 2020 Read more

Joanne Cumberpatch

My beautiful twin sister, always there with advice, a smile and a laugh. We were always together even if miles were long. We shared so many happy days, from Christmas days when we were young to you being a mum and moving to your new home on the iow. And last July on my wedding day to Darren. We have so many beautiful memories and I miss you every single day. Joanne i love you xxxxx 24 Dec 1970 - 11 Nov 2019 Read more

Patrick White

Much loved husband to Mary. Proud Father to Bev, Lesley and Lorna. A much loved Grandad and Great Grandad. Kind hearted, always laughing, loved his family, steam trains, gardening, wrestling, and a pint of bitter or a good whisky. Enjoyed Crown Green Bowling and saw life as a glass half full. We miss you xxx 12 Jan 1937 - 07 Feb 2018 Read more

David Philo

Genuine, kind, understanding, forgiving, intelligent. Above all, at his happiest when pleasing and teaching others. Dad died at Mountbatten Hospice, surrounded by his loving family, on Boxing Day 2017. A gentle and loving man who is so dearly missed by all. Dad was the most natural of teachers, to his students but also to me as his daughter. He had complete patience and an innate ability to impart knowledge without judgement or direct intervention; rather through some effortless coincidence. 24 Aug 1934 - 26 Dec 2017 Read more

Brian Aldred

In memory of my dear husband, love of my life and soulmate. I miss your smile, your laugh, your kindness. Together for over half a century, I still miss you more than words can ever say and I dedicate this light to you. I will remember all the happy times we had together and, most of all, a lifetime of love. 01 May 1947 - 25 Jul 2018 Read more

Terence Patrick Corr

A very special Dad who adopted me and ensured I enjoyed a secure life of fun, happiness and laughter and that I was equipped with the skills to be the man I am today. 09 Oct 1937 - 11 Jul 2012 Read more

Leslie Atkins

He was my partner for 44 years but his friends, family and I knew him as Bill. Holly, our dog, and I miss him very much. He was my world and it is going to take a long time for me to remember him without tears . I never realised how much I would miss him even though we knew he would not be able to beat the cancer and still regret that I was unable to get back to the Hospice in time. I loved him very much despite his faults, he was a strong man who loved a little flutter, and his work as a stee 03 Oct 1936 - 20 Jul 2020 Read more

Douglas Ainge

Our dad was taken from us when he was only 58. He was strong, kind and loving. He loved music, making things and anything to do with the sea. He was exceedingly fond of a strategy game and a pint or two at his local. I adored him, and I miss him to this day. Mountbatten cared for dad on the In-Patient Unit, and he died there in late Summer of 1999. A comfortable and dignified death is all anyone could ask for, and thanks to Mountbatten, dad died peacefully, with family by his side. 19 Jan 1941 - 17 Aug 1999 Read more