Mary Veronica Elaine Akeroyd, formerly Ford
Peacefully in her sleep, at home in Mirfield on 14th January 2016, Mary aged 87 years formerly of Gomersal & Cleckheaton. Loving wife of the late Ronald Ford and also the late Clifford Akeroyd. Much loved mum of Patricia, George, Cyril, Elaine, Gordon & K
9 memories for Mary Veronica Elaine Akeroyd, formerly Ford
Love & miss you so much mum hope you are resting in peace and dancing around with family and friends hope the angels take great care of you god bless lots & lots of love Pat & Kevin xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
for 30 yrs you have been my official step grandma mary but you were grandma peggy to me long before that.i have so many memories of you from when i was little holidays in caravans silly jokes at home you were a stubborn bat even then.a hoarder of the highest degree but always surrounded by family no matter what.you knew how to wind us all up hehe but you will be sadly missed always a place in my heart for you forever may you now rest in peace without pain and worry.now you and mum can sit up there having a laugh and picking on us all (and your usual bicker with each other ). i love you night night and god bless xxxxxxxxxx
Truly a beautiful and charming lady who we are very proud to call our Aunt Mary. Even though distance was a factor living across the pond in Canada we always had a special relationship. The phone calls, cards and letters I will cherish forever more. My phone call at Christmas time truly was a blessing and when I hung up the phone that day I expressed myself to Pat "there now I have had my Christmas!" It meant the world to me. A gift no money could buy. God Bless You. Sending all our love!
Mary Mary you made us laugh you made us cry, we'll love and miss you until the end of time. x
Our deepest condolences to all your family and friends Mary.You were a special sister in law.We didn't get to see you very much because of the distance between us but you were in our thoughts always.Just as you are now.Your special uplifting attitude & sense of humour will never be forgotten.You are with your family that has deceased before you and I know your half brother is happy to have you with him in heaven.He thought the world of you.So rest in peace Mary.Our memories of you will always be with us.
Grandma your mind was so clear your heart was so strong it's hard for us to believe now that you have gone in our minds and in our hearts your memory will always and forever live on with these few words it's just to say that your memory will never go away night god bless sweet dreams Loving Grandson Paul & fiancee Sandra xxx
My thoughts & prayers have been with you all! I feel blessed to have have known this beautiful women. I was only 13 years old the last time I spent time with her but she impacted my life forever. Aunt Mary introduced me to the treasure of lavender in my dresser drawers. We all looked forward to her cards and phone calls at Christmas. Aunt Mary will be truly missed. Love ya
Mother as we speak to let you know we love you,and just how much we care,take our teardrops ,wrap them up in love then ask the wind to carry them to you in heaven above,we had our laughs we had our tears,you were the best grandmother anyone could ask for,their will be always be a place in my heart for you,I will never forget you,but we will meet again and when we do we will smile and laugh again your loving granddaughter Veronica xxxxxxxxxxxx
I didn't say good night , God bless, You fell asleep , you needed rest. You laid in slumber , eyes closed tight , To leave you sleeping felt just right . This never , ever happened before , You sleeping , while I closed your door . Now with regret I must confess , I should have said "Goodnight , God bless". Now you're in the hands of God , You feel no pain , discomfort , stress . Please hear me when I say tonight , Dear Mary , "Good night , God Bless " Love always Tim xxx