Janice Fearnley née Gilbert passed away suddenly on September 30th 2022 in Worthing hospital.
She had very recently been diagnosed with uterine cancer. Chronic kidney disease & hypertension also contributed to her death. She was 74 yrs old.
Mum was born 8th June 1948 in Carshalton, Sutton, Surrey. She was married in 1963 and divorced and remarried again, and again, and again!
She was predeceased by her parents Percy Arthur Gilbert & Mollie Gladys Johnson & her half brother Barrie Gilbert.
She is survived by her two children Jacqueline & Richard, and her four grandchildren Samuel, Joshua, Isabella, Chloe, and her Gt Grandchild Harriet. She loved seeing the family, and little Hattie was especially dear to her.
Mum will be remembered for her love of animals, especially donkeys which she sponsored at the IOW Donkey Sanctuary and her cats, which she used to “find” convinced that they weren’t wanted by their real owners!
Always remembered. RIP Mum/Granny/Great Granny.
RITA AND CARLO LAI
IN MEMORY OF A VERY GOOD FRIEND
This funeral was arranged by Reynolds
Thank you to everyone who attended, sent floral tributes and made donations.
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