Give in Memory
Thank you for wanting to donate to ADSS in memory of a loved one, we are so sorry to hear of your loss and please know our thoughts are with you.
If you would prefer to use our donation envelopes please give us a call on 01474 533990 or email email@example.com and we will arrange this for you.
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In memory of our lovely dad and husband to Jill. He had a wonderful active life . Loved travelling and was very sociable. We will
Bridget (Biddy) King
A much loved wife to John, and mum to Margaret and Jeremy.
David Thomas Peters
A loving husband, father and brother who will be sorely missed by all that knew and loved him. Please note: By leaving a message of
Dennis William Bullock
Dennis was a husband, father, granddad and great grandad. He was also a friend, mentor and a teller of wicked jokes. We remember him as
In loving memory of Jenifer Lukes, a a strong and loving Mum and indulgent Grandma. Passionate about her garden, cooking and golf. She is now
Margaret (Maggie) Millar
Remembering our beautiful mum and ‘giggling’ granny who is finally at rest, 18 years after your diagnosis of young onset Alzheimer’s Disease. Thank you for
A much-loved Wife, Mum, Aunty, Nana, friend, and long-time supporter of ADSS. Finally at peace now. Margaret will be sadly missed but left us all
Marion Joyce Rusher
Marion was married to Donald for over sixty years, leaving two sons and four grandchildren. Along with her daughter-in-law Louise the Alzheimer’s and Dementia support
Michael Dennis Hanrahan
A wry smile, quick wit and humour, always showed his best side. It’s hard to forget someone who gave you so much to remember.
Michael Knight Diddams
We benefited from the memory cafes for example at Longfield/New Ash Green and Eastgate Community centre. Mike enjoyed the meetings and looked forward to going
Miriam Olive Catherine Callan
Miriam was a kind and caring – Wife, Mother, Grandmother and Stepmother. We will miss her dearly. Miriam’s family would like to send their personal
Pam was a much loved mum, nan, great-nan, aunt, and sister. She was a generous soul, a great cook, and had a great sense of