Mrs Edna Ibbotson will be turning 101 on Wednesday 3rd November!
The residents, staff and Board of Edith Duly Nursing Home will be
holding a tea party to celebrate this wonderful occasion in her honour.
Would her friends please contact the Home on (09) 203022 or send an
email to firstname.lastname@example.org
HAPPY BIRTHDAY "IBBY" you are truly a Grande Dame!
CONGRATULATIONS to Mrs Ibby on her 101st Birthday!
Well done, Mrs Ibby .......what an achievement. We are so proud of you.
Lots of love and congratulations from Claire, Colin and Va
Anyone who would like to send Mrs Ibby an email for her birthday please
send it c/o email@example.com and I will print it out for her.
Emmett, Jim. Our sincere and heartfelt condolences to Jo, Robbie, Tom and family on the passing of our life long friend and colleague Jim - a humble and modest man with a special magic sense of humour. We had many good laughs together. Jim died peacefully at his home in England on the 12th with his beloved Jo, at his side. As always, Jim fought a good battle - may his dear soul now rest in peace. Jo, Robbie and Tom our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. Much love, Basil and Jill.
Bing, David. Sincere condolences to Carol, Andrew, Mark and families on the very sad passing of Dave. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Basil and Jill.
It was with huge sadness that I learned today of the passing of Lynne Lombard, wife to Boet. I remember the Lombard family when I lived and worked in Plumtree in the mid-1980s.
My sympathies to Boet and the family.
Robb WJ Ellis
Mandebvhu NTL firstname.lastname@example.org
Lombard Lynne. Remembering the good times together.Deepest sympathy to Boet and family.From Roy,Phyl and Family
Joann Barbara Emerton (nee McKellar), late of Bulawayo and Fish Hoek, Cape, passed away in Basingstoke, England on 11th October 2010 aged 92. Beloved husband of Stanley and mother to sons David, Jonathan and Peter. A loving, caring grandmother and great grandmother who will be sadly missed by all the family, relatives and friends throughout the world.
What a wonderful, considerate, energetic lady; gone to rest. We have such wonderful memories of every time we all saw each other, especially at the Lodge. Our thoughts are with you, Boet and all the family. Fond love, Carol and Graham Mackenzie.
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