Mrs Lilian Margaret Males

On 24th December 2020, peacefully at Lister Hospital aged 88 years. Former Practice Manager of both 22 Bancroft and The Portmill Surgery. A loving mum, grandma and great grandmother who will be sadly missed. A live streamed funeral service will take place on Friday 12th February 2021. No flowers by request, but donations if desired for the benefit of Hitchin British Schools Museum may be made via the donate button.

 

Total collected to date: £892.47

Charity details

Hitchin British Schools Trust

Registered Number 1010345

http://www.britishschoolsmuseum.org.uk

Messages of condolence

Love form all of your family in Sunderland

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From Stephanie & Keith

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From Greta, Noel, Gabz & Courtney

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From Pat Jeffs

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In memory of my dear friend Lilian and in remembrance of the huge contribution she and her family have made to the British Schools Museum project.

Thank you on behalf of all the volunteers, staff and trustees

Mrs Y Limbrick

In memory of your lovely mum, with all good wishes from Cherrie & Martin xx

(The Turner Clan)

Ms C Turner

In memory of my best friend, cousin and sister that I never had, No words can express what I feel at this time. Thinking of you all, Love Merle

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Fly high beautiful lady, more than a neighbour. In my heart forever, Mary

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Lilian was our family's incredible matriarch, our precious pillar of strength, wisdom, support, friendship and love. In times of crisis, Lilian was always first responder, grasper of nettles, bringer of comfort. In times of celebration, Lilian organised the parties and her presence lit the room. Lilian's influence and impact on our lives remains extraordinary and monumental. What a privilege and pleasure to have been so close for so long.

Doctor Jeremy Williams

We have very fond memories of Lilian’s care and her love for family and friends. We now share our love with those who are bereaved and we will remember Lillian with happiness in our hearts

Mrs Joan and Paul Pinkstone

Dear Lilian You will always be in my heart as “Granny and the Chainsaw!” I will miss our little chats. Sleep tight. Sarah xx

Mrs Sarah Farmer

In great appreciation of Lilian and all the volunteering work she did for the School.

Ms Valerie Schicker-Hill

Love from Ann, Deb & Philip

Ann, Deb & Phil

In memory and appreciation of a wonderful lady!

Dr John Vick

Lilian was always very kind and a lovely lady. Best wishes and deepest sympathy to all the family.

Mrs Natasha Kendrick (nee Males)

Sad to hear the news which brought back many memories.

Mr Michael Gibson

Lillian will be sadly missed.She was always so happy and cheerful and always had time to stop for a chat whenever we saw her, she was such a lovely lady and a wonderful aunt .Our thoughts are with you Chris,Jane Danielle .

Mr Chris Males

Lilian was one of the very first volunteers at the British Schools Museum, and made me very welcome when I came along in 2000. My condolences to her family, especially Paul and Adam who also 'did their bit' for the Museum.

Mr Terry Ransome

Although I never met her, she must have been the most amazing person to have been a part of bringing up the most fantastic grandson Adam. I wish I could be by your side, know that I am thinking of you dearly xx

Miss Stephanie Pryszlak

An excellent Practice Manager who became a good friend.

Mrs Rita Middleditch