Johnson Seaham Obituary, Death – Johnson Maureen (née Gartland), who had reached the age of 87 and had lived a long and happy life, passed away in peace on the 30th of December, after having lived a life that was full of adventure and lasting for a very long time. She had been blessed with a long and fulfilling life. She was married to Raymond, but he passed away after their marriage had already taken place. She first gave birth to Glen, then Ray, then Vicky, then Maureen, and finally Joanne; her youngest kid was Barry.
In addition, she was an adored great-grandmother and granny within the family. In addition to that, she was the beloved great-grandmother of the family. In addition to that, she was a loving great-grandmother to her cherished grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She doted on them. In addition to this, she was Raymond’s beloved wife before he moved away for good. Raymond’s departure was a tragic loss for her. Since then, Raymond has gone.
There will be a memorial service held in honor of the deceased at the Sunderland Crematorium on the morning of Friday, January 20, at eleven in the morning. The service will take place in memory of the departed. At the memorial service that will be held, those who were close to the people who have died away, such as family members and close friends, will be welcomed to attend. We have extended an invitation to attend to our friends, and it would mean a great deal to us if they took us up on it. Their presence would be greatly appreciated by us.
Flowers may only be sent by members of the deceased person’s immediate family, and there will be a collection plate set up at the crematorium for anyone who would rather make a donation to Melbury House Care Home in lieu of sending flowers. Only members of the deceased person’s immediate family are permitted to send flowers. You are more than welcome to contact Michael by calling the following number, which is 0191 581 7388, in order to acquire any additional information that you might require, ask any questions that you might have, or ask any questions that you might have.