A springtime tribute to Lois Jordan

This beautiful flowering cherry tree was planted in the Jubilee Wood in October 2014, firstly in memory of Lois Jordan and secondly to thank Lois for all her efforts to make life in the Giddings such a joy. 

A dedicated Church Warden

For twelve years Lois carried out the duties of Church Warden and her grave may be seen in the grounds of St Michael’s Church, Great Gidding. Her lovely smile and her kindness to all are missed by many residents.

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    My mother would have loved to see the tree in blossom. Many thanks

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    We used to play badminton with Lois. A dab hand with the racket and a lovely sense of humour. She’s missed very much.

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    Beautiful tree, in memory of a beautiful lady

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    A loving message from Bruce:

    Thank you Lois for all the love and care you gave me during the forty years we had together. My heart and love are yours for all time.
    Bruce x

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    The Tree looks loverly
    Lois would have loved to see it

    Have some great memories of Lois over the years

    Maurice and Margaret

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    A message from Lois and Bruce Jordan’s friend Jac

    A beautiful tree for a lady who loved trees (and people).

    Maureen (as Lois was then known) and I became friends in 1952 when we were very junior clerks for an institution in the City of London. She was a caring Godmother to my daughter and also, eventually, my grandson. Despite distances and different paths we shared our highs and lows for over 60 years and I miss her.

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    I will always remember Lois smiling, she was just the kindest, loveliest person you could wish to meet with a practical no-nonsense approach to life. I always treasured Lois’s caring advice and without fail she would always check how we all were. Lois was one in a million and is very missed. Xx

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    I agree with you wholeheartedly Lyn.
    Lois was full of kindness and gentle wisdom with a great sense of humour too. Her love of literature met mine more than halfway and I relished our talks together.
    A gracious and lovely lady; I think of her often with much gratitude and affection. xx

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