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A little about Gillian:
She was a mother and grandmother. She was a retired childminder and lived in Barnet. She loved her grandchildren and adored hearing about what they were up to. She loved relaxing by listening to Club Classics on Heart FM. She loved watching Call the Midwife and reading autobiographies.
She loved nature and history and spent time tracing her family tree and visiting where they had lived.
She was kind and thoughtful. And she loved nothing more than a cup of coffee – a Gingerbread Latte and a slice of homemade Victoria Sponge cake
Personal short summary:
She is missed by her 2 daughters, 3 grandchildren who called her Nana, her cousin Ann who was like a sister to her. Her ex-sister-in-law misses their phone conversations.
She is thought of often by her sons-in-law
Her neighbours old and new miss her.
She was so thoughtful and there is not a day that goes by that I don’t think of her and think of calling her.
Gillian loved birds (Robins especially) and nature and the countryside. She always recycled where possible and her favourite wood was pine. She would have been pleased to hear that a tree was being dedicated to her.
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