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Birth Date: February 29, 1940
Passed On: May 7, 2020
From: Hornchurch, Essex
-941673600 years old
About Margaret Salmon
Born in Essex, lived in Hornchurch with her parents, Maggie and Edwin and brother Roy. Married with three girls, then divorced and remarried later to my Dad, Roger and had me. Later divorced and her amazing strength and laughter left us living just the two of us where our friendship grew and mother and daughter had each other backs for many years. Our memories Mum forever in my heart…you worked so hard to build up our home again and for that, I will be forever grateful to always have a place I called home. Mum, you were my home.
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Mum, you were my everything, my friend, my confidant and simply my amazing Mum. My heart breaks every day when I know I cannot see you, hug you or just call you. My childhood memories are of you and everything you did for me. Later my rock as my life fell apart and you helped me rebuild it. Leaving your Partner Denis, son in law Johnny and your grandchildren Charlie and Isabella. My half-sisters will do their own memorial in their own way, I’m sure but Mum your smile and kind voice forever remain in my heart. A part of me is missing forever, until we meet again, fly high with the angels … love you Mum
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Mum was a beautiful redhead, full of laughter and love. She was vulnerable later in her life where her health deteriorated in her late sixties but she fought and found the strength to overcome her weaknesses. The family was mums priority, she always put everyone first. She wanted to be a nurse but due to having children early in her life and then going on to having me, she didn’t fulfil this dream. She worked at Grays Telephone Exchange for many years before moving to BT in Southend as a PA. she loved music, nature and was a people’s person. She adored all her grandchildren. She loved her garden and her goal was a cottage by the sea, maybe you are there now?