Acknowledgements

Eunice Wheeldon

Published in the The Northern Echo on 2 January 13

WHEELDON Eunice Alan, the husband of Eunice, together with his family would like to express sincere and heartfelt thanks to all those who offered care, support, love and guidance during Eunice's illness over the past two years, the doctors and staff at James Cook University Hospital, the doctors and staff of Wards 62 and 44 at Darlington Memorial Hospital, special thanks going to Trish, Hayley, Lee, Julie and Catherine, Acute Oncology nurses for their love, care, attention and professionalism during Eunice's last days we cannot thank them enough. Sincere thanks also to friends and neighbours for their kindness, sympathy and concern and also for their cards and letters of condolence. Grateful thanks to the Revd. Brian Holmes for his lovely comforting service and private support, care and compassion. The high quality professionalism and understanding of David Scott Funeral Director and all his colleagues at Darlington Co-operative Funeralcare gave the family strength and reassurance when it was most needed. Sincere thanks are due to the staff at St. Teresa's Hospice Darlington for the day therapy that made such a difference to Eunice and to her fellow day patients for the company she so much enjoyed.

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