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Margaret Elizabeth Rockett (Liz)

With Dignity, With Care

On February 5th 2014 peacefully, Liz of Lindley. Hugely loved mum of Charlotte and Ed, and a devoted granny to Zak, Charlie and Sofia.

On February 5th 2014 peacefully, Liz of Lindley.  Hugely loved mum of Charlotte and Ed, and a devoted granny to Zak, Charlie and Sofia.   Family and friends were invited to meet at Huddersfield Crematorium on Wednesday February 19th at 2.00 p.m for a service to celebrate Liz's life.  Family flowers only by request, Donations in memory of Liz were given to Ward 12 at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary. Liz would appreciate colourful, yet tasteful attire.  All enquiries to Gateway Funeral Services, Birkenshaw, Bradford.  Tel: 01274 653115. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ROCKETT Margaret Elizabeth(Liz) Charlotte and Ed would like to say a very big thank you to all relatives, friends, neighbours and work colleagues for the many cards, beautiful flowers and very generous donations received following the sad loss of their wonderful mum Liz. Our thanks are extended to Dr Jo Dent, Joyce Graham and the staff on Ward 12 at HRI, to Helen and Steph at the Flower Shop, Lindley for the beautifull flowers and to Rev Rachel Firth for her visits and uplifting service. Special thanks to Janice at Gateway Funeral Services for her care in looking after Liz and her professional and dignified manner.

Memories

Gill Farnsworth

It was a privilege and pleasure to have known Liz. I always remember the wicked look she used to give me in meetings when she thought the ideas wouldn't work! But my abiding memory is meeting Liz in Castle House car park with Charlotte and her new grandson, Zak, the love and the joy emanating from Liz I will never forget she was positively glowing with pride. God bless. Love Gill

Stuart Brown

The most loving and caring person I have ever known you will always be in my thoughts. Love you always, never forgotten Stuart xxx.

Sheila Maxwell

I feel very privileged to have known Liz though it be in our lives just a short time, first meeting her when I joined JCP back in 2000. She made me feel welcome from the start for some time we worked on the same team and then before I retired in the same office where we had lots of laughs with Margaret, Christine, and June. I never once heard Liz talk about of call other others she always found the positive in people, she had a very caring nature which out shone most. She visited me at home when I broke my back and showed real concern and always offered a helping hand. We would often take a break and go for a ciggy! I remember well the chats we had (Granny Chat!) about Zac before he was born! and after, the news and the chat never stopped!! She was so proud of her children and grandchildren I could see it in her eyes when she would update me on the family news. Liz was a person you could rely on she will be sadly missed by all whose lives she touched. A truly elegant lady – God Bless and Keep You Love Sheila

Gill Carrigan

I have known Liz for many years both at work in the old days at castle house and socially. A very memorable holiday 10 years ago with the girls, what went on holiday stays on holiday, what a laugh we all had. later, a few of us used to meet up for a couple of glasses of wine and spot of tea and she never changed always the same beautiful person. I shall miss our meetings, they were always fun. god bless you my friend. Gill xxx

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