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Jean Lewis
Started by: roylew (2407) Report abuse
My lovely wife jean passed away during the early hours of 5th November...it was our 45th anniversary on the 4th......she fought so bravely for the last 14 months where she couldnít talk eat or drink....she is at peace now

Posted by: Anne (3129)  Report abuse
So sorry to hear your sad news. Having been in similar circumstances You have all my sympathy and condolences.

Posted by: lectriclegs (2832) Report abuse
Sorry to here that, Roy.

My condolences go out to you and your family.

May she rest in peace.

Posted by: stars (352)  Report abuse
Very sorry to hear that Roy, she must have been a very brave lady to endure all that trauma, and as you say she is at peace now,my sympathy and condolencies go out to you and your family,
Stay strong Roy

Posted by: nanajacqui (969)  Report abuse
Thinking of you Roy at such a very sad time

Posted by: momac (8313)  Report abuse
Thinking of you Roy..God bless x.

Posted by: roylew (2407) Report abuse
So nice of you all...been a really tough time...she was a ⭐️

Posted by: linma (2371) Report abuse
You are in my thoughts and my prayers.

Posted by: PeterP (6144) Report abuse
May she RIP at least her suffering is now over

Posted by: gideonfel (250) Report abuse
So sorry to hear this, Roy. My condolences to you and your family. RIP Jean. God bless.

Posted by: broady (12699)   Report abuse
So sorry to hear that Roy. May she rest in peace.

Posted by: irene (2649)  Report abuse
Oh, how awful! God Bless her, and you too, Roylew. Rest in Peace now, Jean. x.

Posted by: i-spy (13402)  Report abuse
Sorry to hear your sad news.

Posted by: cordyline (4152)   Report abuse
Roy, so sorry to read your sad news
Our deepest sympathy

You and your wife Jean were married on the very same day as us; 4th November 1972

Posted by: roylew (2407) Report abuse
Itís at times like these that all of your words are so comforting..thank you

Posted by: graneyjoseph (4580)   Report abuse
Sad news Roy my thoughts and prayers are with you.

Posted by: jo anne (31573)   Report abuse
Thinking of you, Roy x

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (2951)  Report abuse
ROY LEW .
It is with a heavy heart i write to you this day on hearing the very saddest of news we all dread to hear ,in your case it is the terrible loss of your dear wife JEAN.
I wish you all the comfort for you and all of your family & friends may god bless Jean and take care of her with the deepest sympathy to a dear friend . G.B R.I.P.

Posted by: peter g (1634)  Report abuse
Sad news Roy condolences to you and your family RIP Jean.

Posted by: jarvo (27738)  Report abuse
So sorry, Roy. R.I.P. Jean.

Take care.

J.

Posted by: xxstuartxx (5799) Report abuse
Sorry for your loss Roy. R.I.P.

Posted by: kathpressey (4281)  Report abuse
Sorry to hear your sad news roylew. I hope you have lots of happy memories from your 45 years together to help you through these difficult days x

Posted by: chisholm (70) Report abuse
Hi Roy,I dont know you personally but my thoughts are with you, stay strong mate and always remember the happy times with your loving wife Jean.

Posted by: mortarmillbill (324) Report abuse
Roy 45 years is a long time together and I hope you have many happy memories to remember about her.

May she rest in peace.

Posted by: SoniaB (12) Report abuse
So sorry to hear this. May she Rest in Peace.

Posted by: roylew (2407) Report abuse
Once again thank you so much....I keep thinking she will walk into the room and tell me to turn the incredible string band down...donít know why

Posted by: roylew (2407) Report abuse
Jean will have a simple funeral at the crematorium...I have picked 3 songs...for going in..Ennio merricone once upon a time in the west...for part through the ceremony to have a quiet moment to reflect Jeans life I have picked Claire Hamil someday we we will all be together....and to finish going out and to liven things up it will be Norman greenbaums spirit in the sky....at the wake at wrightington hotel...we will drink a toast to jean with day dream believer (wake up sleepy jean)

Posted by: Wigan Rover (542) Report abuse
Our families prayers and thoughts are with you at this very difficult time Roy . You have selected some lovely music for Jean and the Wrightington Hotel is a lovely place for her wake .

Posted by: roylew (2407) Report abuse
Music for a good cry...then liven things up..just what Jean wanted...and no black ties...she had lived with cancer for over 15 years...so she said now she wants us to have some fun....what a girl !!!

Posted by: susie q (1674)  Report abuse
I've not posted on here for some time now, but I just have to say that my thoughts are with you just now. I lost my lovely husband and sole mate on 19th August (which was our wedding anniversary) and I am still trying to come to terms with it. I have a lovely family and good friends that are there for me but it will take a long time .Take care x

Posted by: stevejmac14 (441)  Report abuse
Give your good lady a good send off, Roy, she must have been a very strong lady, no doubt made stronger by your love and care. May she rest in peace, and may you find strength when you need it most.

Posted by: Staffie (1055)  Report abuse
Roy Iím so sorry to hear this news, Jean was so fun loving. Iíll never forget our little holiday to Blackpool. Thinking of you at this sad time. RIP Jean x

Posted by: orrellite (2294) Report abuse
so, so, sad to here of your loss my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. It is just over a year since I lost my wife after 52yrs so I really do understand what you must be going through, but rest assured she will watch over you.

Posted by: roylew (2407) Report abuse
Staffie...great times...she was a great girl...hope you are ok...orreite...oh no...donít say that lol

Posted by: cordyline (4152)   Report abuse
Roy
At another place you said I paved your drive when you lived in Kinlett; way back in the 1970s

I vaguely remember your surname, did Jean occasionally help out in the Railway Pub ?

Or am I way off track ?

Posted by: roylew (2407) Report abuse
Yes you are cordyline Jean and her sister worked in the railway for a few years

Posted by: roylew (2407) Report abuse
Sorry cordyline you are right on track.....

Posted by: ayrefield (4306) Report abuse
Sincere Condolences Roy.

Posted by: roylew (2407) Report abuse
Jeans funeral today...feeling nervous

Posted by: momac (8313)  Report abuse
Keep your pecker up Roy and God Bless.x

Posted by: roylew (2407) Report abuse
Thanks everyone..it went really well the service and the music we chose was so very fitting
We had a great wake at the wrightinton hotel...and and a a good toast to jean while singing ďwake up sleepy jeanĒ..daydream believer...loud as well...Jean would have loved it...thanks for all your kind words xxx

Posted by: roylew (2407) Report abuse
A great send off...couldnít ask for more from family and friends

Posted by: peter48 (2738)  Report abuse
Hi Roy
I don't come here much these days and I've only just picked up on your sad news
Having gone through this myself I can relate to your sadness
Condolences to you and your family x

Posted by: certacito (133) Report abuse
Roy our thoughts and Prayers are with you at this sad time. R.I,P Jean.

 
 
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