Funeral of Christine Jenkins

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Funeral of Christine Jenkins

Christine passed away peacefully at her home in Buerton on 27th July
2020 surrounded by her loving family.

A private funeral service will take place in Buerton on Friday 14th
August 2020 at 2.00 p.m. followed by a graveside service in Audlem
Cemetery at 3.00 p.m.

If any of Christine's friends would like to join the family for the
graveside service at 3.00 p.m. they would very much appreciate you being
there with them to say goodbye to Christine.

We respectfully ask that social distancing guidelines are adhered to.

Christine's favourite colour to wear was red, the family would love it
if those attending could, in some small way, wear something red.

Family flowers only please, kind donations received will be shared
between The Christie and the Audlem Medical Practice.

For all enquiries please contact:

Cynthia Murray

Oxley's Funeral Services

Telephone 01270 812331 or mobile 077597 68001

Many thanks


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