Community Infant School
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 1st July 2020 8:15am
From Bill Piers:
On behalf of Janet's extended family we would like to thank all those who stood along Stokes End to pay their respects to Janet as she set out on her final journey to Bierton Crematorium on Monday 29th June.
The flowers were all gathered from Bill & Janet's garden and arranged by Japanese daughter-in-law Ruri, pictured here with Bill and granddaughter Kiki. The arrangement included a runner bean and runner bean flower head, Janet's favourite summer vegetable, from the garden veg patch.
As part of the healing and coming to terms with it all process I took the arrangement around Stokes End on Tuesday to give friends and neighbours a chance to see the flower arrangement up close.
If you would like to view a video recording of the funeral service online (available until 6th July 2020) here are the details:
Janet Anne Piers
(15 May 1953 -- 18 June 2020)
29 June 2020
Webcast (until 6th July 2020) at:
Order ID: 38343
NB: There is a delay on the video at the start. The actual service commences at 3 min 44 sec.
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