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Wyn Fennelly

Published in the Dorset Echo on 28 June 11

WYN FENNELLY On Thursday 9th June in the early hours, Wyn Fennelly of Charmouth died peacefully in her sleep. Wyn was the beloved wife of John and they had been married for 62 years. They were inseparable and their love of gardening and their roses was a passion they shared to the end. Wyn was well known for her 'joie de vivre;' Wyn's parties were legendary and we will be raising our glasses on many occasions in the future, in memory of those joyous times. Wyn and John moved to Charmouth on July 8th 1986 and they loved every moment, Wyn fell in love with Charmouth at first glimpse and loved her 'view' from her garden; in fact, she was never happier than when she was in her garden. Mother of Elle and Paul, beloved grandmother to Honor, Hannah, Patrick and Florence. Wyn will be very greatly missed by all of her family. The Celebration of her life will take place on Thursday 30th June at St Michael & St George Roman Catholic Church, Silver Street, Lyme Regis at 11:00. As Wyn's love of flowers kept her in the garden every day her family invite anyone who wishes to send flowers to do so. Please contact Gemmas Flowers 45 East Street, Bridport 01308 428282. Wyn will be leaving her home at 10:00 and will travel through her beloved Charmouth for one last time. Anyone wishing to join her is welcome to do so. "How we shall laugh at the trouble of parting, when we meet again." WYN FENNELLY 30th June 1926 - 9th June 2011

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