Sylvia Dorothy Homer

Sylvia Dorothy Homer

26.02.1934 - 30.04.2021

Sylvia sadly passed away on 30th April 2021 aged 87 years.  Beloved wife of Peter, much loved mum, grandma, great-grandma, sister and friend.

Roger Jackson


My special memory is of school holidays when mum and Auntie Sylv took us down to the beach early so we could swim, play on the beach and then sit on the common before all the holidaymakers came from London! Then we would go home.
Joan and I remember meeting up with everyone during the holidays you shared in Bournemouth, joining for a lovely meal and an evening of catching up.
Just to say our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love from us both. Roger and Joan

Laura Mc


Dear Grandma,

Thank you for being a wonderful Grandma. Always kind, caring and devoted to your family. I’ve many happy memories of family gatherings and Thursday evenings at Grandma & Grandad’s.
Remember the jelly game incident? A timeless classic that never failed to make us laugh years after the event!

We all miss you very much.

Until we meet again, rest in peace, Grandma.
Laura xxx

Joan and Phill


Auntie Sylvia
I have many happy memories as a child of our family days out to the beach and Hotham Park especially, Boxing Day parties with silly games and meeting up for picnics. You and Uncle Peter were so kind and helpful to mum when dad was poorly, Linda and I were so grateful.
Thinking of Uncle Peter, Susan, Michael, Jane and families with love
Joan, Phill and family

Susan McMahon


Dear Mum, I will love and miss you so much. You were the centre of our family and will always hold a special place in our hearts.
All our love Susan and David xx



Mum, you were the best mum a son could have, missing you everyday, you will be in my thoughts forever, rest in peace now, until we meet again someday. All our love always, Mike & Bev xx

Ian & Alison


We have fond thoughts of Auntie Sylvia
She was always cheerful & interested in our family & immensely proud of hers !

Our thoughts are with you Uncle Peter, Susan, Michael & Jane in this sad time
Ian & Alison

Sally Cox


I have such fond memories of seeing you at family parties and picnics, usually in a car park ,
when I was growing up. Mum remembers all the happy times you spent playing as children on the bank in Southfields Road and hiding from Farmer Hellyer and, of course, the green coat incident. Love Sally and Brenda xx

Anna Mc


Dear Grandma, I have many happy memories of the time we spent with you growing up. Many fond hours spent playing games, delicious buffets and kisses 'on my head'! You really were the kindest and wisest Grandma, we will miss you so very much. All my love, Anna

Rebecca Tier


You were the most kindest and caring Grandma that took the time to play with me and taught me so many things. Will remember you forever and love you always. Rebecca

Linda Johnsen


I will always remember your kindness to mum after dad died. It meant a lot to her and to Joan and I.

Jane Pearson


You were the best Mum anyone could wish for. Missing you and thinking of you all the time. Love you Mum xxx

Sheila Martin


Dear Aunty Sylvia my final memory of you when we said farewell to your sister Betty. You said to me how you were looking forward to this ending (Covid rules) so we could all get together and have a dance and a party. Then you laughed and we shared a smile and that unfortunately, was the last I saw of you as you went into care some time after.

Another fifty year old plus memory, popped into my mind. At our wedding I wanted to remove my veil as it was coming loose. You seemed surprised when I asked you to help me. We went into the ladies cloakroom and you tidied my hair too.

As a child, I used to stay with you, Uncle Peter and the family when we came to stay with my grandparents. At that time there were fields behind your house where we all used to play childhood games. Happy times.

With all our love to you. May you now rest in peace.
Sheila, Peter, Jonathan, Emma, Joanna, Paul, Emma, Harry and Jamie.

Photo: Auntie Sylvia at our wedding on 3rd October 1970. Fourth in left wearing a hat.

Grace Pearson


I will miss you every day, Grandma. You will always be remembered fondly by all of us. I hope you're enjoying a cup of tea somewhere! xxx

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