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21 July 2018

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April 2, 2017
On behalf of the Nelson family, I would offer our sincere condolences to the Louth family on Jack's death.
We were close neighbours (we lived at No 12 Priory Road) for many years. We have many memories of June and Jack, and Joy and Richard. Mike, my elder brother, dated Joy for a time, Richard was at Walker Street at the same time as my sister, Marilyn, and I spent a lot of time with Joy - I think we have a photo somewhere of Joy and me - me in my pushchair - in Bluebell Wood from the late 1950s, and I well remember a happy hour or two I had while Joy did my hair and make-up - I think I was about 9 or 10 at the time and my Mum had a fit when she saw me!! I was one of the bridesmaids at Joy and Derek's wedding and still have my little New Testament Bible I was given as a gift that day.
As it is said, parents should never have to bury their children and for June and Jack to lose both Joy and Richard must have left them with almost unbearable heartache. It is a testament to their strength and to the love they had for each other, that they somehow managed to carry on after these tragedies. Their grandsons were a source of great pride to them, I know.
I remember Jack as a "gentle giant", quietly spoken and a very kind man, even to a young girl who must have been in the way a lot of the time!!
Our lives and those of the Louths were intertwined for a good number of years and their passing is a source of sadness to us all. May June and Jack rest in peace now that they are reunited but they will live in our hearts and will remain a part of our lives.
With fondest memories.
Wendy Welch (nee Nelson)
2nd April 2017