In Loving Memory of

Gladys Stannard

Gladys was a very kind and generous person, who loved her family and friends very much and was always willing to help others. Gladys will be greatly missed by all. 

 

 

 

Book Owner: Eve Stannard
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Sarah Staff

Such a lovely lady. I loved having a chat with Little Mrs Stannard when she was in the church shop, and she always used to ask how my Mum was. She will be sadly missed x …

HAZEL CHAPMAN

Gladys was a lovely lady. I knew her through our  love of Cliff Richard. Many times I popped in to the charity shop where she worked,and had some lovely chats with her. …

Maureen Fox

Sweet Gladys always friendly and willng to help, she loved taking part in anything that was happening Hope they will sing the sea mans hymn for her. So proud of her Husband and family RIP    …

Sue Friend

Loved having a chat when she passed our house. Rest in Peace. …

Patsy and Bernard Smith

Dear Gladys was one in a million. Gladys worked so hard for her family, the Church, the School and many others who are too many to list. Gladys brought joy to us all. We both thought the world of Gladys and she beamed love and compassion everywhere she went. We loved hearing her talk …

Helen Churchyard

Gladys, the best nana, loved taking the children out for a walk, coming back with a posy of hedgerow flowers. The Suffolk show also a favourite, taking the grandchildren, coming back with beeswax candles they had made. One of a kind. Rest in peace.           …

All at Leiston Primary School

Gladys was a stalwart supporter of our school. She came to read with the children every Tuesday without fail and attended every performance, carol service and event we held. She was always cheerful and so very generous with her time and she had such an impact on so many children. She will be missed, thank …

Jenni Green

I only met Gladys a few times when very young but she was a lovely lady – so sorry for your loss 😔x …
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