Angela Gaunt (nee Downman)

Burial Service: Fri 5th Mar 2021

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Died peacefully at Queen’s House Care Home, on 18th February 2021, aged 90, Angela, beloved wife of the late Harry, loving mother of Jonathan, Kate, Sarah and Matt, doting granny and great-granny. A private family service will be held on Friday 5th March 2021, and the cortege will leave St Mary’s Catholic Church, Jedburgh, at 12.45 pm, then onwards to Castlewood Cemetery, Jedburgh, for anyone wanting to pay their respects. Anyone wanting to make donations in memory of Angela can do so by contacting NSPCC directly on 020 7825 2505 (Scotland Charity No. SC037717).

Burial Service

Location

Castlewood Cemetery, Jedburgh

Date & Time

1:00pm Fri 5th Mar 2021

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Peter wrote

5th Mar 2021

To the loving memory of Angela Gaunt from the Cardiff cousin contingent of her extended family. Our love and condolences to her four children and their families. Peter & Adrian Brennan and Tracey & Stewart Warman

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Edmund and Georgiana wrote

5th Mar 2021

Angela, you will be missed!

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Norah & Phil wrote

26th Feb 2021

Thinking of you all at this very sad time. Angela was a lovely lady who will be greatly missed at our coffee get together.

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Paul wrote

24th Feb 2021

Sad news, Angela was a lovely lady. Condolences to the family at this sad time

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