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Passed away on 23 August 2021, aged 84 years.
Myra Beaugie was a much-loved wife to her husband of over 60 years, Michael, loving mother to their children, Alison, Alan, Graham and Stephen, wonderful grandmother to grandchildren, Lianne, Nicolle, Matthew, Jack, Charlie, Harry, and Perry, and in recent years found joy in becoming a great-grandmother. During her lifetime, Myra committed herself to caring for others, whether this was her family, who she adored, or in her professional life. She worked at Lynwood Nursing Home and Churchill House Hospital for many decades, and made lifelong friends along the way. She was also a committed member of the Catholic Church community in Bracknell, supporting church activities and making some furry friends in her care for dogs Maisy & Duke! Above all, Myra was fiercely loyal, tenacious, and a true force to be reckoned with in whatever she put her mind to. She travelled from Ireland to Jersey to England, and built a warm and loving home for her family in Bracknell, where she passed away peacefully on 23 August 2021. In her final months, Myra and her family received truly incredible care and support from the team at Thames Hospice, day and night, enabling her to pass away at home with peace and dignity as was her wish. It is with this in mind that we ask you to give generously to this hugely important team in Myra's name, in lieu of flowers.
Page closed on 22 October 2021
|Date & Time:||Friday 17 Sep 2021 02:00 PM|
|Service:||St. Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church, Ascot|
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Thames Hospicecare provides palliative care for adults with cancer and other life limiting illnesses with our aim being to achieve the best possible quality of life for each person, their family, friends and carers. A whole range of services are available, without charge, to support the needs of each person. In so doing we will: Maintain and respect the dignity of every individual We will operate with integrity We will at all times strive for excellence in all that we do We will ensure that care is provided irrespective of ability, status, origin, race, sexual orientation, age or belief.www.thameshospice.org.uk