Address:Pinfold House, High St, Cheslyn Hay, WS6 7HP
Notes:Please join us, Wins family, Marion, Billy & Julie at Pinfold House for Refreshments.
Winifred May Lushey
3rd Jun 1924 - 28th Apr 2019
In loving memory of Winifred May Lushey who sadly passed away aged 94 on 28 April 2019. We would love you to join us for a day of celebration. If you can't make it you can leave a dedication, any memory or story of mum would be great. We have requested no Flowers as mum always said '' if she's not there to enjoy them why have them''. So, we are asking that as an alternative you make a donation to our chosen small charity. It helps families of children with childhood cancer and is one close to my sisters heart, thank you. Please direct all charity donation to Unlock a life for Lockey - http://unlockalifeforlockey.org.uk/
RIP to my dear nanny win aka big nanny. You was a 2nd mother, and also a best friend you was always there for me in my time of need, although our relationship broke down after you moved away not a day goes by I don't think about you. You was the best nan and everyone who came in to contact with you always remembered you and I definitely have that gene in me. Thank you for everything you ever done for me, teaching me to ride my bike, taking me to places to learn about our history, the days out in London climbing the monument and your stories you would tell us about pudding lane, I could go on and on you taught me so much and I will be forever Greatful for having you as my nan. I hope you are living in paradise
Great memories of Forest Gate when neighbours were neighbours and everyone was called Uncle/Aunt, even though not related. She was one of the best and I've always called her Mrs Lushey. RIP. Posted on behalf of Steve Blanchard.
Memories of my favourite Aunty Win always the life and sole of the party. Stories she would tell us of her antics as a youngster had us in fits of laughter. One said story she told us was when she went to the cinema she would look for a seat directly behind any man wearing a trilby so she could use the dip in the top of his hat as an ashtray. Your stories have been told to generations and you will forever remain in our hearts God bless and RIP