Beryl PARKINSON

  • "So sorry to hear of the passing of the beautiful Beryl. ..."
    - Dawn Nelson
  • "Sad to hear of the passing of Beryl, our thoughts and love..."
    - Michelle & Roger Hanson
  • "sorry for your loss . kindest regards aunty ruth and uncle..."
    - ruth mckenzie
Death Notice

PARKINSON, Beryl Jean
(nee Pestridge):
2 July 1931 – 11 May 2019
Much loved Mum, Grandma, daughter, sister, wife and good and loyal friend to many in New Zealand and around the world. Mum and mum-in-law to Ian, Kerry, Stuart, Jackie. Grandma and Nanny P to Courtney, Nicholas, Holly, Kieran, Emma. Wife of Ken (dec). Daughter to Stephen (dec) and Margaret (dec). Sister and sister-in-law to Iris and Gordon, Janet and Brian. Aunt to Sue, Mike, Helen, Sandra, Paul. Special friend to Harry, June (dec), Pete, Pat, Nell, Tom (dec), Gladys, Wally (dec), Ken (dec), Gwen (dec), Barbara, Daryl, Juanita, Harriet and many more. Faithful Anglican parishioner of St Anne's Porirua; St Philip's, Paremata; St Andrew's, Plimmerton; St James, Kerikeri; and St Christopher's, Tawa. A good and keen carer, neighbour, quilter, patchworker, embroiderer, gardener and weeder, listener, reader, attendee of events and meetings, cook, diary-keeper, note-keeper, dental assistant and public servant of British Rail, Cabinet Office and Porirua City Council among others. Huge thanks to carers and health professionals everywhere – dedicated with hearts of gold. Special thanks to the magnificent staff and residents of Enliven Longview Rest Home in Tawa led by Sue and Prescila. A service for Beryl will be held at 1.00pm, Thursday 16 May 2019, at St Christopher's Anglican Church, cnr Main Road and Lyndhurst Road, Tawa, Wellington. In lieu of flowers, donations to Dementia New Zealand are greatly appreciated and can be left at the service. Messages can be sent to [email protected] or c/- Parkinson Family, PO Box 50514, Porirua.
Gee & Hickton - Porirua
www.geeandhickton.co.nz
Tel. (04) 2375332 FDANZ

Published in Dominion Post from May 13 to May 15, 2019
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