Death Notices & Obituaries

Teresa Conway

CONWAY (nee Scott) 31/12/2012 Peacefully in hospital, surrounded by her loving family. Teresa, beloved wife of the late Maurice. Together again. Also much loved mother of Martin, Alice, Ruth, Margaret, Tony and Kate. Mother-in-Law to Jolyon, Simon, Joe and Barbara. Loving grandma and friend to Emma and Barry, Patrick and Zoe, Rosie and Kyle, Maddy and Ed and Jim, Stephen, Jessica, Graham, Phoebe, Abby, Susie, Christian, Carla, Charlotte, Stephanie, Joseph, Rory, Scarlett, Jack, Will, Eve, Thomas and Beth, great-grandma (GG) to Sebastian, Dominic, Curtis, Joel and Anya. Friends and family to meet for Requiem Mass, at 9.45am., on Friday, January 18, in St Augustine’s Church, followed by private cremation. Donations in her memory can be made to CAFOD at St Augus-tine’s. Requiescat in pace



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  • Margaret loving daughter of Teresasays...

    Dear Mammy, Just to let you know we miss you and you will be firmly in our hearts until we meet again, God Bless you my darling Mammy Xxx
  • RosieFielding1says...

    My Grandma has helped me to choose direction... My debt to her is to succeed in achieving the goals she believed I could attain. Miss you everyday x x x (Khaya, taken from "Remembrances")
  • pjpottersays...

    I was always amazed at her capacity to keep up with all of us grandchildren. She was always interested in what we were up to. She once said to me 'you're in my thoughts' and I cherished that sentiment. I inherited my love of reading from her as did my mother. I'm grateful she got to come to our wedding and she made Zoe feel like part of the family. She really was the head of the family, La Cappa di Nostra xxx
  • catherine.ann.donaldsays...

    A lovely kind Lady who tended to my knees when they were covered in stings from stinging nettles, after an adventure at the bottom of her garden that didn’t go according to plan. Who took the time to teach me how to write with 'joined up' handwriting, on Saturday mornings when I was in junior school. Who told me stories about my Dad when he was young and made me realise my Dad was young once (sorry Dad). Heart-warming memories I won’t forget. Although I can’t be there on Friday my thoughts are with you all.
  • 3downsays...

    I carry you in my head and in my heart. "Love is not changed by death, And nothing is lost, and all in the end is harvest..." (Edith Sitwell) Ruth
  • canonspencesays...

    You are blessed to have such a marvellous Mother. I value the long friendship I enjoyed with Maurice and Teresa. I remember particularly the cordon bleu meals she cooked for us at St Augustines! I will say mass for her next Friday in India. With love to all the family, Father Bob.
  • sanjuansays...

    What a lovely lady, she will be missed by so many. I still remember our art classes in YR5 St Augustine's with newspaper and laughter. Memories of Mrs Conway (as I knew her, at first) will stay with me forever, an inspiring, kind and generous person.
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