In Loving Memory of
May 24th 1941 - March 27th 2007
She was the love of my life
Maureen took the pain and suffering from children, their parents,
Maureen’s Funeral & Memorial Service
Thursday April 5th 2007
Maureen will be cremated at
Kensal Green Crematorium
Thursday April 5th at 11am.
Then, immediately after the funeral there will be a Memorial Service at
Harlesden Primary School
1 pm – 2 pm
Maureen worked at Harlesden Primary School for 26 years and counselled thousands of children, their parents and teachers. Amazingly the current head of the school was a new teacher at Harlesden in the late 1980s and said when she first started teaching she had a difficult time with the children but Maureen was so kind, helping her through her bad days, giving counsel, support and advice.
Instead of flowers we are asking each person who attends the funeral to bring just one rose to place on the casket as they pay their last respects to Maureen at the end of the non religious service. Instead of a wreath or bouquet of flowers people can make a donation to the "Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre" for Cancer Support. This is the "Elvisly Yours" designated charity since Maureen developed breast cancer in March 2000 and they have been very kind counselling Maureen ever since.
People who cannot attend the funeral can still send one rose and make a donation to the
A Rose for Maureen:
"In memory of Maureen"
(to arrive by Wednesday April 4th 2007)
Make a donation to Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre:
Send a cheque or money order payable to:
“Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre”
Write on back of the cheque/money order "In memory of Maureen".
Credit Card donations:
Just click “Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre” and follow instructions to make credit card donations to the charity.
Maureen’s Funeral and Memorial Service will be a celebration of her life and reflect how she touched so, so many people all her life with personal tributes from family, friends, teachers she worked with and children she taught and helped in so many ways, all mixed with lots of music of the “King” and a little bit of “Queen”…She was loved by everyone and just like Elvis she was a gift from God.
If you have personal memories of Maureen you would like to share please be kind enough to enter your comments on:
My Memories of Maureen
Enter Elvisly Yours website