In Memory Of

Jennifer Anne Dobson nee Davey 1943 - 2014

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Peacefully but suddenly following a long illness at Bradford Royal Infirmary on 23rd January 2014, Jen aged 70 years of Cottingley. The much loved wife of Trevor, loving mum to Paul, Lisa and daughter in law Rachael, cherished grandma to Bethany, Jack, Niamh and Archie, dear sister of the late Colin, special sister in law and best friend of Judith and a great friend to many.

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Rachael dobson
Tue Jan 2014
The are no mother in law jokes in the world who could discribe you jen , I hadnt known you long when I lost my mum and I cried , ranted and was probably sometimes rude but not once did you have a cross word for me .ill do everything I can to be a good wife to pail and support him everyday .hes going to miss you dearly , as will niamh and archie .sleep tight jen we miss you xxxxxxxx
Lisa, Jens daughter
Tue Jan 2014
Well Mum, what do I say, where do I start? How do I begin to tell you how much I love you? You were my Mum and you were always there for me, sticking plasters on my knee, teaching me about the the world and showing me right from wrong. You taught me to always say please and thank you, showed care and and so much love when things went wrong, wiped my tears when I cried and told me that things always have a way of working themselves out. I was so lucky to have you as my Mum, but then again, you were lucky to have me as your daughter.... ! You nearly left me twice....once outside the paper shop when I was being a baby brat and bawled and bawled and you almost walked all the way home without me!! Then when I had my foot operation you and Dad took me to Asda and made me do my shopping in a wheelchair!! Oh the embarrassment when you forgot me and left me down the freezer aisle! When Dad, Paul, Beth and I left hospital after seeing you for the last time we came over the hill and saw a beautiful, vivid rainbow and that's what you are now.... One of God's sunbeams, forever beautiful, kind and loving Xxx Goodnight, Mum, I loved you so so very much, I will always love you and I will take care of Dad until one day we can be together again. Love always and forever, Lisa xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
john hanbury
Wed Jan 2014
Been with lisa 14 months so only known jen a short time in comparison to you all but a very lovely lady who told you how it was god bless you all.
Deb & Simon. Friends & neighbours
Wed Jan 2014
Jen loved birds and loved bees She liked flowers and trees Big bright colours and songs Fond of rainbows and rain And old fashioned steam train Country walks short or long On our many excursions She would shoulder exertions With a smile and a quip Or sarcastic remark As we strolled through the park With her stiff upper lip Never one to complain She could laugh like a drain Or be quiet in thought Be supportive and bright But still ready to fight These things cannot be taught For Jen’s natural skill To be nice, well or ill Gave example to all We were shown her compassion And were taught with no ration To get up when we fall Now the hole that is left Leaves us sad and bereft We won’t see her again But the memories stay In our thoughts every day Of our lovely friend Jen xx
rachel miller and late louise miller your cousin
Mon Feb 2014
to the wonderful jen it was an honour to know you for such it short time.as you only just met my mum in hospital back in December last year and it was so strange for you both to meet in there as you were both related to one an other I can believe you were taken away so suddenly but at least you found each other and that you are now together im sure the angels above will look after you both together and always may you sleep in peace love always.from Rachel miller louise miller daughter who was your cousin xxx
Sonya, Jens Niece
Wed Feb 2014
Well Aunty Jen, what a fantastic send off you had today, it was so heartfelt and exactly as you were, u would have been so proud of your beautiful Lisa as she stood and gave a tribute to you. I know you will be watching over us all and also putting the worlds to rights with my Dad who you have missed so much since he left us. RIP Aunty Jen you were one in a million xx