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23rd March, 2020
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May those that lost a loved one on this day all hold each of the above souls and their families in thier hearts. 

24th March, 2020
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  • Lord Gordon of Strathblane

    RIP

    The former broadcaster and Labour peer, died on 24 March after contracting the virus.

    In a statement, relatives paid tribute to "a much-loved brother and uncle" who took "great pleasure in spending time with his extended family.”

    It said: "Family was very important to Jimmy - of all the roles he had in his life, the one that brought him most pleasure was being 'Papa' to his four grandchildren, with whom he was frankly besotted.”

May those that lost a loved one on this day all hold each of the above souls and their families in thier hearts. 

25th March, 2020
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  • Dr Habib Zaidi

    RIP

    Dr Zaidi, a family GP, is thought to be the first doctor in the UK to have been killed by coronavirus. The 76-year-old, from Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, died in intensive care just 24 hours after being taken ill.

    His daughter Dr Sarah Zaidi, also a GP, said the knowledge that coronavirus had taken him was “too much to bear.”

    She added: “It is reflective of his sacrifice. He had a vocational attitude to service.”

    Dr Zaidi had been self isolating at home and had not seen patients for a week before he died.

  • Dr Adil El Tayar

    RIP

    Dr El Tayar, a renowned organ transplant specialist, was the first working NHS surgeon to die from coronavirus in Britain.

    He is thought to have contracted the illness while working in the A&E department at Hereford County Hospital, where he had volunteered to help fight the pandemic.

    The Sudanese locum, 63, had no idea that the patient he was treating had coronavirus, family said.

    Dr El Tayar had been self-isolating after developing symptoms around mid-March and he was admitted to hospital on 20 March.

  • Yvonne James

    RIP

    My sisterinlaw,always smiling, a widow,5 kids 9 grandkids,could always find fun in everything,kind to everyone no matter who.died without family near.no funeral. Just son given ashes from hospital. Thank God for her life. ❤

    Yvonne died form Coronavirus aged 69 in hospital on 25th March. 2020.

    She lived in Wolverhampton and left behind 5 kids &,9 grandkids. her favourite movie was Viva Las Vagas and was passionate for any Elvis song. Yvonne's catch phrase was'It all be alright' . Funfact Always got her brother John in trouble !


    RIP

May those that lost a loved one on this day all hold each of the above souls and their families in thier hearts. 

26th March, 2020
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  • Pooja Sharma

    RIP

    Pharmacist Pooja Sharma, 33, died a day after her father - both passing away from coronavirus.

    Ms Sharma, who worked at the Eastbourne District General Hospital in East Sussex, was admitted to intensive care three days before she died.

    Paying tribute to their friend, Mr Sharma’s loved ones said her laugh was “contagious” and that she gave her friends “nothing but love, support and a tummy ache with all the laughter.”

  • Danny Cairns

    RIP

    The 68-year-old decided to self-isolate at his home in Greenock, by the Firth of Clyde, after developing a cough and a sore throat.

    However, he was taken to hospital after his condition deteriorated. He died there on March 26.

    Before passing away, he told his brother Hugh, who lives in the United States, that he was "on my way out" on a video call.

    Hugh described the ordeal as a "nightmare" for the family, saying of Danny: "He wasn't just my brother, he was my best friend".

    He said: "From the time of going into hospital within three days he was dead." "His last words to me were, I'm on my way out mate."

  • Donald Sidney Beresford

    RIP

    My Wonderful dad, who had survived a massive stroke had a fall in his nursing home, he broke his hip and needed surgery. He was doing well but then tested positive for Covid-19. Later that day he died. Thankfully I was allowed to see him before he died. My dad worked all his life for the same company and enjoyed his 21 years of retirement. He was married to my mum Marion for 59 years before she passed away in 2014. They travelled the world together and both loved their family. Dad lived in a nursing home where he was a much loved family member, he was visited daily by at least one of his family. Reunited with mum but incredibly missed by all.

    Donald lived in Nottingham and worked as a Plumbing & heating engineer prior to his retirement. He leaves behind Lyn, Graeme, Carl, Jeff, John & Karen who all miss him.

    Donald loved to watch quiz shows, old films and any sports. His friends will also remmebr that he 'Loved all dogs in the world' along with his catch phrase of 'Aye Up'

    RIP

  • Jacob Dimingo

    20/05/2020

    Jacob was an amazing dad to me and my siblings. Everything he did was to make sure his children had a sustainable future. He taught us to love and the joy of laughter in every day. He'd always ask if I'd checked on my brother and sisters, and as the eldest I should lead by example. Gone too soon.

    Greatly missed, always loved, never forgotten ❣ Rest in eternal peace Daddy xxx

    Jacob leaves behind Rashida Tafadzwa Kevin Nyasha Natasha & Samantha

    Jacob, who came from Portsmouth, died in hospital of Coronavirus on 26th March 2020 at the age of 72.

  • Emily Rose Perugia

    RIP

    Emily was a care co-ordinator for CNWL NHS. She loved her job and also spent much of her time to Rainbows and Brownies, as leader of 1st Ruislip Manor packs.
    She was engaged to be married and had recently bought her 1st flat with her fiance.
    She will be sadly missed by everyone whose lives she touched.

    Emily leaves behind her fiance, James Day, Mum, Dad, sister & brother.

    She died at the age of 29 years old in hospital of the Coronavirus on 26th March 2020.

    Emily loved any Queen songs and her catchphrase was'You're a woman, Harry!'
    Funfact she loved to make people laugh.

    RIP

  • Tracy Lee Foley

    RIP

    Tracy was the daughter of Alan and Mary Evans She was also a devoted Mum, Wife, Nanna, Sister to Lisa and Anne. She was not only adored and loved by us but her dearest friends.

    she showed so much strength while battling this horrific virus. On the last passing hour she was with us, she called her children Stuart, Louise & Lee with message as we struggled to hear her

    "I love you so much, I'll always be by your side, look after each other"

    Only comfort we can take from this nightmare she went peacefully knowing she had spoken with her 'babies' and my dad was by her side stroking her arm.

    That day was a Thursday, the day the nation applauses our heros. I take comfort from the sound that echo's down the street.

    Her beautiful face was know around the world, she saved many lives when my older brother released a video expressing his loss and heartache. The world listened and stood still, she will be remembered for that and not a figure in history.

    We miss you so much mum, your always in out thoughts, our hearts and our continuous tears


    sleep peacefully our darling angel, hope you have found MaMa and PaPa your beloved parents that you so pined for.

    UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN

    LUFF ' OO

    Tracy lived in Barnehurst with her partner Paul, she also leaves behind Stuart, Louise & Lee.
    Tracy's favourite saying was 'make us a cuppa tea'.

    She lost her fight against coronavirus on 26th March, 2020 at the age of 59 in hospital.

    RIP

  • Derek Walter Saville

    RIP

    Dad was already in hospital for an unrelated health issue, and unfortunately caught Coronavirus while in there. We had not been able to see him for at least a week before he died due to the hospital being in lock down. Dad had his 81st birthday just 2 days before, and it upset us all that we couldn't see him to give him his cards.
    We are all forever grateful that we got to spend the last 3 hours of his life with him and we know that he waited for us to arrive. The staff on Baddow Ward of Broomfield Hospital were amazing and we can't thank them enough for their kindness and compassion.

    Died slipped away peacefully at 1.55pm.
    Like everyone else, we couldn't grieve in the way we wanted to and a funeral with just 10 people is sad in itself.

    Brighter days will come when we can hug again and that will be our time of healing.

    Derek was a Retired builder from West Hanningfield who leaves behind his partner Maureen, 3 daughters, Debbie, Karen and Linzi.

    derek's favourit song was Leo Sayer, Orchard Road.

    RIP

May those that lost a loved one on this day all hold each of the above souls and their families in thier hearts. 

27th March, 2020
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  • Paul Ramsden

    RIP

    Paul Ramsden, from Lytham, Lancashire, died on 27 March after contracting coronavirus.

    Known as a keen cyclist, he was described as a fit and active person with no underlying health conditions.

    Mr Ramsden worked in the advance research department of BAE systems before he retired 20 years ago.

    Following his retirement, the great grandfather worked as a technical expert for the European Commission.

    He leaves behind his son Kurt, daughter Jayne, five grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

  • Peter John Graham Saggers

    22/03/2020

    Peter was a retired college lecturer who was born in Barking in 1929. Peter lived in Epping. He died of Coronavirus in Hospital on 27th March 2020.

    He leaves behind his partner Jaon Sheila Saggers

May those that lost a loved one on this day all hold each of the above souls and their families in thier hearts. 

28th March 2020
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  • Amged El Hawrani

    RIP

    An ear, nose and throat consultant at the University Hospitals of Derby and Burton, Mr El-Hawrani's family said he was "a loving and much-loved husband, son, father, brother, and friend".

    "His greatest passions were his family and his profession, and he dedicated his life to both," they said.

    Mr El-Hawrani died at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester on 28 March.

May those that lost a loved one on this day all hold each of the above souls and their families in thier hearts. 

29th March 2020
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  • Thomas Harvey

    RIP

    Father-of-seven Thomas Harvey, 57, was a healthcare assistant at Goodmayes Hospital in Ilford, east London.

    His family criticised the NHS for the lack of personal protective equipment provided to staff, saying he "just had gloves and a flimsy apron".

    He died at home on 29 March, after feeling unwell for several days.

  • Diane Kathleen Leech

    RIP

    A wonderful Mum, Nan, Great Nan, Sister and Auntie who is so dearly missed by all. A good old fashion Eastend girl who was the heart of our family. Reunited with her beloved husband Pat. mShe leaves behind an extended family of Children, Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren.

    Diane lived in Custom House East London and was a reitred School Cook. Her favourite saying was 'Mind how you go and I'll see you when I see you.'

    Diane lost her fight to coronavirus on 29th March 2020 at the age of 84 years old in a hospital.

    RIP

  • Albert Laughlin

    RIP

    Albert was a much loved husband, father, great and great great grandfather. Fun loving and family man.

    Albert who came from Belfast leaves behind his wife Iris, 4 children, 9 Grandchildren, 11 Great Grandchildren & 1 Great Great Grandchildren.

    Albert lost his fight against the coronavirus on 29th March 2020 in hospital at the age of 89.
    His catchphrase was 'All right big hips' and he was a big fan of 'Only Fools and Horses'

    RIP

May those that lost a loved one on this day all hold each of the above souls and their families in thier hearts.