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19 July 2018

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July 17, 2017
It's with the greatest sadness that I just learned of "Crick's" passing.

We first met in the early 60's while working together in London. From the first minute I met Edna (always Crick to me) and to this day, my most vivid memory of her was her wonderful smile. She was such a fun-loving, kind person.

After I was married I moved to Canada, but we always kept in touch across the miles. For over 40 years, Crick never forgot my birthday, and even though in more recent years I know she struggled with her failing eyesight and various other issues, she never stopped writing, and never complained.

I feel truly blessed to have called this wonderful lady my friend, and I will miss her dearly.
June 13, 2017
In ever-loving memory of my dear Aunt Edna.
A very long life, well lived.
A great inspiration to all those who knew and loved her for her great determination to overcome all difficulties.
She truly lived by her motto;
"make the most of every day and appreciate your health, family, home, good friends, The Blind Society of Eastbourne, The Masonic Widows and the Ratton Ward Conservative Association and the natural beauty of the coast and downs of Sussex." Eastbourne had been her chosen home for 41 years and she had loved every day of her time there.
With our heartfelt thanks to her wonderful Carers from Everycare and night sitters from Pentlow and Nurse Plus who, together with her family, Goddaughter Joanne and dear, kind friends Sue, David, Iris, John, Nora,Ena, Carol, Roy, Biddy and Ken and good neighbours Peter and Julie, enabled her to remain and die peacefully in her own home, as was her dearest wish.
Our thanks, also to Dr.Dorling and the Community and Macmillan Nurse who cared for her and to the staff of The Conquest Hospital Hastings.

May she rest now in peace and love.