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Christine Mabbott

MABBOTT On December 3, 2012, Christine, (Chrissy) I remember a girl I first kissed long ago, I remember the question when her dad's answer was no!, Come back when you prove you love her as I do, Don't worry, I thought, I'll soon show you, Time passed, I returned. . . his message to me, Your love for my daughter is plain to see, My blessing you have, were words that he said, Her hand I will give, go on, get wed. The years soon passed, our love grew stronger, I must tell you right now, I can't wait any longer, This message I give I can tell you is true, The love I have given, has been only for you, It's your time right now to leave this place, To Heaven you've gone, within God's firm embrace, Together we've been for forty five years, All I'm left with right now, is just so many tears, All your pain is erased and taken away, So the comfort that brings, helps me through each day, Something tells me deep within my heart, I'll find it so hard to be apart, Thank you so very much for sharing my life, I was always so proud to call you 'my wife'. I Love you so very very much. Until we meet again. Alan.
Printed on 13th Dec 2012

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MABBOTT On December 3, 2012, Christine. Mum, it broke my heart losing you, taken away so young, with so much more to see. The brave fight you faced, now finally at peace, free from pain. I thank you for the years we had, the memories we shared. You will now live in my heart forever. I will always love you. Your loving son.
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MABBOTT On December 3, 2012, Christine. A face that is always on my mind, A smile I have seen a thousand times, Two eyes that would light the sky at night, One last battle you sadly couldn't fight, I have great memories that will stay with me, My love for you for eternity, Not only were you my mum, You were my best friend, I'd give anything to have you back, For this is not the end, Look after Megan for us, love you so much Mum and Nana. Lots of love, Claire, Bethany and Skye.
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MABBOTT On December 3, 2012, Christine (Chrissy). The past eight years you have been my best friend and mum. Now you're needed up above and your time here has passed. I can only cherish the time we had and the memories we shared. You will always be in my heart now and forever. Love you always, Maria.
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MABBOTT On December 3, 2012, Christine (Chrissy Ann). A dear sister and loving aunty. It isn't what we write, Or even what we say, It's how we feel inside, As we think of you each day. A heart of gold stops beating, He only takes the best, Put your arms around her Lord, Touch her loving face. Love always, never forgotten. Stephen, Clare, Abigale and family and friends. R.I.P. Sis.
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