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Louisa Mills

Louisa Mills

15th Jul 1928 - 26th Jan 2021
92 years
A loving Wife, Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother sadly passed away peacefully 26/01/2021 surrounded by her husband and sons. A one of a kind lady who is loved by all who were lucky enough to know her and greatly missed. Louisa was a big supporter of Guide Dogs for the Blind, as well as RNLI and the Salvation Army please feel free to donate in her memory instead of flowers as per her wishes.

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Gloria Smith
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So sorry for your loss. Thoughts with all the family. X
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Sam Mills
1995 and the year that you became GG. I remember you travelling up on the train to come & see us 😍
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Kristine Cogswell
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Kristine Cogswell
Millie and GG
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Kristine Cogswell
It still feels surreal that I am even typing this, I was in denial that this day would ever come. The heart of our family, the strongest woman I know, no longer here. Rest assured the hole that your passing has left, will be filled with memories and the love we have for you. Granma is one hell of a woman, always there and happy to be around her family. Filling our hearts with love and our belly's of cakes and sweets. You are the best Granma anyone could ever of wanted and Millie was so fortunate to of been able to spend as much time as she did with her GG who she adores. Not a day will pass that Millie will not know just how much you love her and each and everyone of us. I hope we continue to make you proud. You can rest now Granma, Sleep tight. I love you forever xxx
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Carole Mills
Eightieth Birthday Celebrations
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Carole Mills
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Carole Mills
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In loving memory of Louisa Mills who always saved her pennies for Guide Dogs, RNLI & Salvation Army. X
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Carole Mills
We all know the typical mother-in-law jokes, but my mother-in-law could not have been further from those stereotypes. When I first met Terry in 1980 she immediately made me feel welcome into the Mills family, and over the years she became a pillar of support and friend. She was so happy when our babies came along and I could always go to her for advice or help or a bit of family gossip! She was an excellent cook and baker and knitted so many jumpers for all the children, whilst filling her house with toys for them to use. She certainly was the hub for all the generations that followed, especially at Christmas. There are so many happy memories that centre on her family gatherings over the years and it always felt like that would never change. I'm going to miss you Terry, a perfect mother-in-law. Thank you for everything. Love Carole.
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