In Memory Of

Marlene Murray 1940 - 2014

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Peacefully following a long illness bravely borne on the 4th February 2014 in The Dewsbury District Hospital, Marlene aged 73 years of Scholes. Much loved mum of Peter, Stephen, Linda, Andrew, Christine, Ian, Kevin and Susan, dear mum-in-law, cherished grandma, great-grandma, a special sister, sister-in-law, auntie and friend to many.

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Andrew murray
Fri Feb 2014
When mum would go out for a drink with family or friends I would often listen for them coming home the old radio gram would go on the same old tunes frank Sinatra strangers in the night my step dad john would sing it to mum I used to smile cos I knew all the words also tom jones for mum it's not unusual I still like that song now if I hear it on the radio I turn it up they did like to socialise in them days
sue or suzy as you called me
Sat Feb 2014
Mum cant still believe this is real im lost without you ..no more cooking sunday dinners and you saying "dont put me alot on" ...no more tripping over your oxgyen pipe ...no more waving me off at window every teatime ...i just want you back so much its breaking my heart to think i will never see your smiley face again ...you were always there for me no matter what ..i just want to hug you and hold you and never let you go and tell you how much i love you ..but i know you knew how much i did .. i know you no longer suffering but i just want you here ...love you more than words can say ♥♥♥♥♥♥
Brenda & Andy Wood
Wed Feb 2014
I (Andy) have been your neighbour for two months short of nineteen years. You have been a wonderful friend and neighbour in all that time. It was a pleasure to have known you. Good night and god bless. Since coming to live in Scholes (Brenda) when Andy and I got married Marlene has always made me feel very welcome. I really enjoyed getting to know this lovely little lady with the shy sweet smile. We both enjoyed talking about gardening. Marlene was so pleased to see the hard work her brother David put into our garden transforming it from a wilderness to a place of beauty which she could also share from her window. I will miss her so much. God bless you Marlene. XXX