Margaret Anne Short

SHORT On March 7, 2017, Margaret Anne, peacefully after a short illness, in King's Mill Hospital. Beloved wife, mother, nanny and cherished friend. Reunited with husband Alan and son David. Her gentle nurturing and caring guidance will be forever missed by her children Ian and Jenny, Janet and Ian and Katie and Will, by her much loved grandchildren Peter, Lottie and Alix and by her myriad of friends.
Printed on 16th Mar 2017

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