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October 20, 2020
Freda and her sister Vicky met my father at Exmouth Teacher Training College in the UK, during the one year emergency teacher training course which followed the war years. They and their parents became firm friends with my parents and consequently our families, but Freda and Vicky then took the ten pound ticket to New Zealand to seek pastures new, followed in greater style by their parents, so our contact became less frequent, but they both returned to England for holidays from time to time to renew old acquaintances and I was welcomed by Freda at her lovely home in Howick during the Commonwealth Games, together with Vicky and her husband who had flown up from the South Island. I'm not sure when Freda visited the UK last, but in 2000 our daughter Andrea and her husband Matthew stayed with her at her new home at Highland Park. We've maintained annual newsletters between us, sometimes more often, and were thinking about the regular exchange of Christmas cards when the sad news came that Freda had died after a stay in hospital. She was a generous spirit who thrived on contact with people and I would dearly love to have experienced her as a teacher ~ no doubt her lessons were full of fun and laughter.
October 19, 2020
It was lovely to be able to go to NZ to see Freda, albeit 20 years ago! Freda was the one normally travelling to the UK but she welcomed us with open arms and took us on a lovely drive around the area.
I shall really miss her Christmas letters. They could only be read sitting down with a cuppa.
Such a positive lady. Really pleased to have known her.
October 19, 2020
Freda was a beautiful soul and a lovely lady. I had the pleasure of meeting her many years ago when I had found out we had relatives in NZ and I was travelling over there. I can still hear Freda say when I asked to visit her "The Canadians are coming! The Canadians are coming"! From all your Canadian relatives May you rest rest in peace Freda.
October 19, 2020
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