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Margaret Ebbs

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Margaret Ebbs

Total

£255.00
+ gift aid potential
£54.64

Passed away on 25 August 2021, aged 93 years.

All donations in Margret's memory gratefully received

Page closed on 28 October 2021

Funeral Service
Date & Time:Friday 24 Sep 2021 02:30 PM
Service:St. Peters Church, Caversham
Location: St. Peters Hill Caversham Reading RG4 7AD
 
Order of Service:
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Donations

  • £25.00 Jacqueline and Frank online donation
  • £30.00 (+ £7.13) Raymond and Kathleen Sharp online donation
    A really lovely lady who will be sadly missed. Our condolences to all the family.
  • £25.00 (+ £5.94) Derek & Ruth Beddow-Smith online donation
    Condolences to the whole Ebbs family.
  • £50.00 (+ £11.88) Lesley Watkins online donation
    Rest in peace. You were great friend to my mother. With fond memories of happy times spent together.
  • £25.00 (+ £5.94) Bill Scott, Bev & Paul Mitchell online donation
    We were lucky to have you as a sister in law and an Auntie. We can remember the welcomes when we arrived back from our travels. May you be with Brian and the rest of the Ebbs and other family celebrating your wonderful life. Rest at peace. love to all the family xxx
  • £100.00 (+ £23.75) Ada Watkins online donation
    In memory of Margaret Ebbs who was my friend for more than 70 years