Denise Rowland (nee Baxter)
Denise, who passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on 19th June 2020, aged 73 years.
A beloved Wife to William; a dearly loved Mother and Mother-in-Law to Tracey, Mark, Julie, John and George; also a devoted and much loved Nana and Great Nana. She will be sadly missed by all her family and friends.
Funeral to take place at St. Clare’s Church on Friday 10th July at 11.45am, followed by burial at West Cemetery
Kathleen Elliott -12th June 2020
In Aycliffe Care Home, aged 98 years. Kathleen (nee Longstaff).
Loved Wife to the late Jimmy, beloved Mum to Alistair and Finlay, dear Sister to Jenny and the late Isobel.
June Storey – 26th June
Marilyn (Nee Sheldon) aged 70 years, following a long illness bravely borne.
Much loved Wife of Laurance; loving Mam of Andrea, Gemma and the late Craig; Mother-in-Law of Lee and Michael and treasured Nanna of Eve, James, Faye and Jack.
A private family Funeral Service will take place at Wear Valley Crematorium on Monday 6th July.
Margaret Peterson – Newton Aycliffe
Suddenly, at home, on 29th June. Margaret, aged 82 years. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her.
Due to current circumstances a small private gathering for the Funeral will be held in St. Clare’s Church on Wednesday 15th July at 12.30pm followed by interment in West Cemetery, School Aycliffe.
Margaret would appreciate summer clothing to be worn please.
Jenny Lockey – Newton Aycliffe
Wife of the late Jack Lockey. Passed away peacefully in Lindisfarne Care Home on 27th June 2020.
A much loved Mam, Grandma and Great-Grandma.
Thanks to Lindisfarne staff for their wonderful care.
Veronia (Von) Hudson (Nee Coglan also known as Bradley)
of Newton Aycliffe, peacefully at home with her loving family by her side on June 27, aged 84 years.
A much loved wife of the late Robert (Bob), a dearly loved Mam to Angie, Phil and the late Paul; a treasured Gran and Ganny and a dear Sister and Friend.
Funeral service to take place at St Clares Church, Newton Aycliffe on Monday July 13 at 12.45 pm. To be followed by committal in Stephenson Way Cemetery.