In Loving Memory of

Harriet

Harriet was a much loved friend and fellow student in the Canterbury Christ Church SO8 OT degree programme. 

She was also a wonderful friend and colleague to many in Adult Social Care and the NHS 

This book of condolence is an expression of our love for her and the  special memories that we share. 

Book Owner: Gill Davies-Patrick
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Jade Burns nee Turner

I’m so sorry to hear about lovely Harriet , much love to all her husband , family , friends and collegues , she lit up the room every time she walked into it at uni I remember her beaming smile and cheerfulness , she really was one of life’s happy people that made everyone …

Michelle Warren

The first time I met Harriet was at a joint Social Services and NHS training event. I liked her immediately and was impressed by her knowledge and confidence. Later I had the pleasure of working with her at West View and saw first hand what an amazing OT she was. I always thought she …

Nettie

I am deeply saddened to hear of the death of lovely Harriet.   I studied alongside Harriet at university, a time full of wonderful memories.   Harriet was an intelligent, funny and a beautiful person.  Although I didn’t have the privilege of working alongside her as an Occupational Therapist, I understand she was an …

Natalie Thomas

I am deeply saddened to hear you have left us.  Reading messages from our colleagues, you were much loved and an amazing OT of course we knew you would be. You were and will remain in our hearts and thoughts. We are forever grateful to have been part of your life. Sleep well dear …

Rachael Brown

It was with great sadness to learn that Harriet had passed away. I have been thinking of her lots ever since and my heart goes out to her husband, family and friends. Harriet had such a spirit that she made an impact on all of us at Uni. She had the brightest smile and …

Charlotte Crow-Brown

Hello everyone. I’ll jump right in and say I am so very sorry for your loss, I cannot imagine your pain. It doesn’t feel like 10+ years have passed since our university days, I’ve been reminiscing on those 3 years a lot since hearing the awful news of Harriet passing away. University was made …

Debra Forster

I am shocked and deeply saddened to hear that Harriet has passed away and am sending heartfelt thoughts to Harriets husband and family in this time of sorrow.   Although many years have passed since our uni days, I will always remember Harriet as being such a positive, cheerful girl who had such a …

Angela Illing

My memories of Harriet at University are brief however, I was lucky to have known her through her work in Adult Social Care at KCC and later in her work with ART where we had almost daily communication prior to her illness. I will remember Harriet’s bubbly personality, positivity and the many laughs we …

Susie Stone (Baxter)

I was shocked and saddened to hear of Harriets passing. Harriet was always a person whose smile could light up a room and whilst training together at university, she was always a person who would support and help you if needed, her caring nature. I am sending love and condolences to Harriets loved ones …

Sophie Leadsham nee McDonald

Sending heartfelt condolences to all Harriet’s family and friends at this time. Even though many years have passed since university I remember Harriet as friendly, incredibly caring, and committed to her personal development which shines through from hearing about her OT career journey since uni days. I’m so glad she had love and marriage …
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