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Geraldine's story

Geraldine was the second born of 4 siblings into the Halpin family. She was raised in a Christian household amongst her sisters Norma and Carol and her brother Nigel. Geraldine qualified as a Teacher and went on to marry husband Rev Paul Harris. She accompanied Paul in parish life contributing hugely to their Ministry, notably at St Mary's Atherstone. For those of you that knew her, you'll know that she had been struggling for a long time with Parkinson's, Lewy Body Dementia and a number of other health problems. She died from a catastrophic stroke on 17th December which allowed her to slip away peacefully and without distress. However, you might also remember her before her illness as a dynamo - organising, looking after and selflessly blessing every group of people and place that she was in. She was a wonderful wife, mother, aunt, sister and grandmother and we will all miss her. All her life, she drew much strength from her faith and she died secure in her salvation and the love of Christ. It would give the family much pleasure if you would like to remember Geraldine by making a donation to the Air Ambulance if you can. With our thanks and love.

Remembered by Emma Harris, Daughter In Law

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Geraldine Harris's Tributes

  • In memory of one of the kindest people I ever met, we loved visiting you as kids and now I have my own I can really understand how much time, energy and love you put into keeping us entertained!
    Donated by Steve Groves
  • We may have not have known you personally, but we know now a little of what you did for and meant to others through your life of love and faith. We are pleased to donate to this valuable service.
    Donated by Frank and Chris Bedford
  • A total of £255 gathered by donations at Geraldine's thanksgiving service including known donations from Steve and Kathy, Ann & Jim Harris, Pat Shilton and Family, Maureen Mercer, Ian and Emma.
    Donated by Cash donations from Geraldine's Thanksgiving service 10th January C/O Emma Harris
  • Geraldine was certainly amongst the kindest of people we ever knew. It’s impossible to think of her without a flood of affection and all the memories of her in good health are – and always will be – ones that induce a 'heartwarming inner smile.' Thanks for sharing the path along the way" Geraldine."
    Donated by John & Mary Groves
  • Will forever hold wonderfully fond memories of such an amazing lady. Lots of love from the Mountfords
    Donated by Clare Mountford
  • In memory of one of the kindest people I have ever known.
    Donated by Lynne Carbery
  • Was my older sister, second mother, and friend, could not have wanted a more kind and loving person,an honour to have had her in my life. My Guardian Angel just got her wings
    Donated by Nigel Halpin
  • Thank-you for being such a blessing to us all.
    Donated by Trevor Watson
  • In loving memory of Auntie Geraldine
    Donated by Chris Harris
  • We will not forget you, Geraldine. Your memory will long be held in the hearts of those who knew and loved you. Thank you for being such a blessing. We will miss you. XX
    Donated by Peter and Heather Staveley

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