Funeral Service

18th Apr 2019 2.00pm
Director:Kane Funeral Services - Ashton in Makerfield
Address:Wigan Crematorium, Warrington Road, Lower Ince, Wigan, WN3 4NN
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Debbie Jane Smith

Debbie Jane Smith

8th Jul 1962 - 30th Mar 2019
56 years
Debbie was born 8th July 1962 and christened Debra Jane Smith. She was the most beautiful baby daughter any mum could ever wish for, a happy and contented baby with the most lovely smiling eyes. As the months went by Debs found she had a voice and decided it was a lovely gift. She became quite a little chatterbox which never changed with the years. At school she was a very popular girl and above average pupil with an aptitude to learn and do well which she did, Debs always wanted to be a hairdresser, so when she left school she followed her chosen path and became an excellent hairdresser, however, there was an exception to this, when she asked me to be her model. She said she had a lovely hair colour that would really suit me, so like a good trusting mum I said ok, yes, the haircut and style was really lovely however, the colour was a different matter. When I looked in the mirror I was mortified I looked like a carrot. Debs tried to convince me it was the lighting, so I said hope you are right my love, but the next morning my hair really was carrot orange. Debs married in 1980 and looked absolutely stunning in her wedding dress. She really was a very beautiful bride. In 1982 she gave birth to a wonderful son and named him Barry Lois and like his mum he also was very contented with the same smiling eyes. To me their nan, they were the first two of my nine beautiful grandchildren. To me, Debbie was the most wonderful daughter in the world. She always cared, helped and looked after me with so much love and tenderness when my health began to fail. To me she was and always will be the most wonderful and beautiful daughter in the world. As a nan, I have some wonderful memories of Debs as a mum when Barry and Emma were youngsters, that will last me forever. Good night god bless my precious Debs, our hearts are broken in so many, many pieces. You will always be missed so very much my darling, but you will never ever be forgotten. All my Love Mum xxxxxx

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Arline Jannetta Melling
Debs my Love, You have been my precious baby girl from the moment I brought you into the world. From that day on, you have put so much sunshine in my life each and every day. You have given your Dad Kev and me so much love and happiness all these days, it is such an honour and privilege to be your Mum and Dad. You are the most loving, kind and generous daughter any Mum and Dad could have ever hoped for. Debs, we will always love you as much as we do today and like the beautiful memory you leave with us, it will never fade. Our hearts are broken in millions of tiny pieces with the loss of our beautiful daughter and don’t know how we are going to live without seeing your beautiful smile or hearing your wonderful laughter again. But we have so many lovely memories to look back on. Remember the Saturday you and I went shopping, you were about 13 and you saw the turtle pouf. You said, “Oh mum I would really love that”, so I bought it for you not realising how heavy it was. On the way home we both got a fit of giggles because we were struggling that much with the turtle and all the shopping. When we got home you said “Well mum, it was worth all that struggling we did”. Then where ever you went to live, that turtle always went with you. Well my love that turtle is coming back to Spain, along with you, where you will be with your brother Phil. Debs, what about the time we were in the pool and your Dad Kev turned the hose on us and would not stop until you said “Dad if you don’t stop hosing mum and me I won’t cook that nice tea I promised to do for you tonight”, with that he stopped and said “I think I will go and make you both a nice cup of tea to drink in the pool. If I do that Debs, will you still make that nice tea for me” and you being you Debs said of course I will. Although we can never be completely sure, can we love, but, we thought we heard him say “I thought the offer of a cuppa would work”. You always said your Dad and I were ‘a couple of Laurel and Hardys’ and that your ribs used to ache with laughing so much at our unrehearsed antics. I could go on forever my love, telling of the lovely memories the three of us have made and all our wonderful times we had together, not just in Spain but in England too. Before I say goodnight my precious Debs there is a small poem about flowers I know you will love because of your love of flowers. When to flowers so beautiful. The Father gave a name, Back came a little blue-eyed one All timidly it came. And standing at the Father’s feet, And gazing on His face, It said with meek and timid voice, Yet with a gentle grace, “Dear Lord, the name thou gavest me, Alas ! I have forgot .” The Father gently smiles on it And said, “Debs it’s called Forget -Me- Not.” So now my beautiful little girl, from your Dad Kev and me, we say goodnight to our precious daughter Debbie. So, until our God and Father delivers you and your brother Phil back into my arms one day, you will always be the sunshine in our days and the bright, shiny, twinkling star in our nights. You will only be a whisper away. Sleep tight now and rest awhile my baby girl. All our love for ever and ever. May our God, bless you and keep you safe. Mum and Dad, Kev
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When to flowers so beautiful The father gave the name Back came a little blue-eyed one All timidly it came And standing at the Father's feet And gazing on his face It said with a meed and timid voice Yet with a gentle grace Dear lord, the name thou gavest me Alas! I have forgot The father gently smiles on it And said Debs "its called a forget - me -not
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Debs My Love You have been my precious baby girl from the moment I brought you into the world. From that day on, you have put so much sunshine in my life each and everyday. You have given your dad Kev and me so much love and happiness all these days, it is such an honour and privilege to be your mum and dad. You are the most loving kind and generous daughter any mum and dad could have ever hoped for. Debs, we will always love you as much as we do today and like the beautiful memory you leave with us, it will never fade. Our hearts are broken in millions of tiny pieces with the loss of our beautiful daughter and don't know how we are going to live without seeing your beautiful smile or hearing your wonderful laughter again. But we have so many lovely memories to look back on. Remember the Saturday you and I went shopping, you were about 13 and you saw a turtle pouffe, you said, oh mum I would really love that, so I bought it for you not realizing how heavy it was. On the way home we both got a fit of the giggles because we were struggling that much with the turtle and all the shopping. When we got home you said "Well mum, it was worth all the struggling we did". Then where ever you lived that turtle always went with you. Well my love that turtle is coming back to Spain, along with you, where you will be with your brother Phil. Debs, what about the time we were both in the pool and your dad Kev turned the hose on us and would not stop until you said "Dad if you don't stop hosing me and mum i won't cook that nice tea I promised you tonight". with that he stopped and said "I think I will go and make you both a nice cup of tea to drink in the pool. If I do that Debs, will you still make that nice tea for me" and you being Debs said of course I will. Although we can never be completely sure, can we love, but, we thought we heard him say "I thought the offer of a cuppa would work". You always said your dad and I were a couple of Laurel and Hardies and that your ribs used to ache with laughing so much at our unrehearsed antics. I could go on forever my love, telling the lovely memories the three of us have made and all our wonderful times we had together, not just in Spain but in England to. Before I say goodnight my precious Debs there is a small poem about flowers I know you will love because of your love of flowers.
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