Date: Thursday 2nd September 2021
Audrey's funeral service will be held at Accrington Crematorium, Burnley Road, Accrington BB5 6HA
Peacefully in hospital on 23rd August 2021, Audrey aged 83 years of Accrington. The devoted wife of the late Ronald Snr, much loved mum of Terry, Teresa, Ann and Ronald Jnr, dear mother-in-law of Shirley, Roy, Mark and Nicola, a cherished nana and great-nana, dearly loved sister of Glenis, Leonard, Mildred and Valerie and also a well respected relative and friend to many.
Audrey was a hardworking lady and throughout her life she has worked in various job roles. She loved knitting and crossword puzzles and could often be found settled in her favourite chair reading her latest crime novel or catching up on her endless magazines. Holidays were always looked forward to and many happy times have been shared in Blackpool often taking her grandsons Clint and Connor for a break.
Audrey enjoyed watching sports, especially Rugby Union and horse racing and each year would look forward to a flutter on the Grand National. Audrey loved her family and always enjoyed visits from those closest to her.
Family flowers only please, donations can be made in memory of Audrey on behalf of Alzheimer’s Society. To make a donation, please click the ‘Make A Donation’ button at the bottom of this page.
Please feel free to leave a message for Audrey’s online memorial book by completing the form below.
MESSAGES for the family of Audrey Wilson
Val and Laurie Allen
Terry, Teresa Ann and Ronald JR We are thinking of you Allen Australia we know it’s a sad day for you all but our Mum, NaN is at peace, now in the arm of Ronnie your Dad, Pop we will all miss Audrey dearly. Till we meet again our kid. Love to you all, Aunty Vallere, Uncle Laurie, Eileen Kelli and Family’s.
Rip aunty Audrey xx love to family.
Goodbye my mother, goodbye my friend. Rest in peace with dad. It’s not the end. Tada for now.
Teresa Wilkinson and Roy
Happy I saw mum when I did. Your at peace x
So very sorry for your loss. I have many happy memories of her. When my husband and I ran the Marlborough working mens club she helped me once to clean the shelves behind the bar. Every time she picked up a bottle she would say never tasted this so we would try a drop needless to say we were very happy at the end of the night we laughed so much. Bless her.
Good night and God bless Nana. I will cherish the memories we had and will never forget your infectious laugh. Rest in paradise with Grandad. All our love, Jessica, Michael and your great grandchildren Harley, Teyla, Elliott and Harrison xx
Rest in peace.