In Memory of

Jenny Theodule

It is with great sadness that on Sunday 31st January 2021, we learned that Jenny has passed away.  Please share your memories of your time spent with her and send a message to help her passing.   

Book Owner: Dee Harrad
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Catherine Seabourne

Dear Jenny My first memories of you are working at night in Oxleas House- you always stood out as one of the kind, supportive and friendly people. You had a gentle spirit and were always happy to help me. I will remember you for your passion, intelligence and genuine care for our patients. I …

Bernadette Shaw

To Jenny’s family – please accept my deepest condolences at this sad time. I am so sorry for your loss.  I first met Jenny in 2001/2002 when I was a student social worker at The Heights. She then became a work colleague when I first started working for Greenwich in 2003. I always admired …

Emma Ofosu

Dear Jennys loved ones,   Please accept my deepest condolences to you all.   I first met Jenny whilst working in the AMHP team in Greenwich. Fond memories I have, many of which included Jenny coming into the office singing and dancing with her headphones on, something that would make me smile first thing …

Amy Wattingham

      Dearest Jennys family and friends my thoughts are with you all at this time. I was fortunate to be able to call Jenny a friend and I loved Jenny Dearly. I met her four and half years ago when I joined the trust as a Lived Experience Practitioner , as someone …

Laura Charles

My Dearest Cousin Jenny. I am struggling to write this message, words cannot express how I am feeling. I remember the first time I saw your name on an email at work thinking that’s my cousin!!  I was so excited to learn we were working for the same trust.  I know how passionate you …

Iain Dimond

I first met Jenny around a decade ago and then a couple of years later we became neighbours on the first floor at Memorial Hospital. We would chat on the corridor often while waiting to use the kitchen and I would lend her my office from time to time when she needed a space …

Jan P.

I have known Jenny as a colleague for so many years and we first worked together in residential care. Over the years whenever our paths crossed Jenny would always make time for a chat. We would speak about our families and her love and pride in her children and then grandchildren was so lovely …

Jayne Davis

Dear Jenny, my friend. I loved and will miss our conversations about our growing families and our mutual passion for our profession. You loved your family so much, each and every one of them and I know they loved you. You were a natural communicator and mentor and your wisdom will live on in …

Janice Williamson

What can I say about our Jenny? Jenny was not only a work colleague, but a friend in and out of Oxleas for many years. Her big personality, and love of the finer things, kept you laughing all day long. Her compassion for others, her love of her family and her loyalty to her …

Lorna

I first met Jenny decades ago in her role as Mental Health Support Worker.  I remember thinking that Jenny held so much knowledge, not only about the service users she worked with, but she could tell you about their family, community, characteristics, culture and sometimes their aspirations.  As the years progressed when I met …
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