Funeral Service

Time: 11.00am

Date: Tuesday 12th May 2020

Service Details:
A private family service and committal will be held. The funeral service will be streamed live - to watch, please follow the instructions below. Service for Edith Tarbuck Service Date 12-May-20 at 11.00 Website: www.obitus.com Username: accrington7565 Password: 637084

Edith Tarbuck

On 4th May 2020 peacefully at her home, Edith aged 83 years of Rishton. The dearly beloved wife of the late Jack, much loved mum of Roger & Michael, dear mother in law of Elaine & Derya, loving grandma of Sara & John, loving great grandma of Willow, also a dear sister of Eunice and Joyce, dear sister in law of Ted and a loved auntie.

Edith was a devoted family lady who loved her home. She was a great cook and made the best ever Christmas dinners with homemade apple sauce. Edith was a lovely, caring and warm natured lady who loved times spent with family and friends – lots of holidays and cruises to various destinations. She also loved dancing and was a member of a local walking group. She adored pottering in her garden and loved to watch the visiting birds and other wildlife. Edith always had classic FM playing in the background and enjoyed reading a good mystery or romance novel. She will be remembered for her loving and generous nature.

Donations in memory of Edith may be made to East Lancashire Hospice. Please click on the blue donate button link at the bottom of this page.

Please feel free to leave a message for Edith’s family by completing the form below and some messages will be published below:

 

MESSAGES forĀ Edith Tarbuck

Mr & Mrs Peter Weedon, Hampshire Road, Rishton.

Dear Roger, Michael and family. Please accept our deepest condolences on the passing of your Mum. We all remember her as loving, caring and lots of fun, the ‘Indian’ evening meal will be remembered for ever and the Sunday walks were a pleasure, rest in peace Edith. Peter, Dorothy and all the family at 2 Hampshire Road Rishton.

Julie Harris
Edith was my neighbour for 32 years. I have enjoyed some very long chats over the garden fence about all sorts of subjects, when we should have been doing garden chores. A good conversationalist, I’ll miss putting the world to rights with her. Me and my sons are sad at her passing and our thoughts are with her family.

Christine McDermott (nee Lambert)

Dear Roger & Michael and family, I was so sorry to hear this news of Aunty Edith who was a favourite Aunt. I have many special memories of her and your dad and will cherish them always. In fact my Son Ashton is named Ashton Jack after your dad! Aunty Edith was so gentle and kind and loving and she will be sadly missed by myself and Belinda and of course, your families. I will definitely be logging in for her funeral and I send my deepest sympathy to you all. Take care and I’ll be in touch by personal email.

Karin Norman (nee Tarbuck)

Dear Roger, Michael and family, Ian so sad to hear of your mother’s passing and send my deepest condolences. Edith lives in our hearts. Her genuine friendly caring personality and sense of humour will always be happy memories. There are never words to ease the loss you bear and I will miss her too. Sharing your sadness at this time. With warm thoughts and prayers, Karin and family.

The Winter Family

Dear Roger, Michael and family. Really sorry to hear about your sad loss. We have many happy memories of visits to Cornwall Road 50+ (!) years ago where we were always welcomed by your mum and dad. Edith has always been a good friend to mum throughout the decades, such a kind, warm, friendly person. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time. Ian, Stephen, Neil and Freda.

Moira and Eddie Griffiths

We were very sad to hear about Edith. She was a good and kind neighbour and friend who we have known for over fifty years and will be sadly missed. Our love and thoughts go out to Roger Michael and their family in this very sad time. Moira and Eddie.

Ann Hunt

Dear Roger, Michael, Elaine, Derya and family. I’d like you to know that I will be with you in thought tomorrow and hope to be able to watch the live stream in my office at work. I would have liked to have joined you but circumstances at present do not permit that. I have many found memories of your Mum, a gracious lady with a great sense of humour. You will all be with me in thoughts and prayers at this time. God Bless

 

Jane, Paul and family

So sorry for the loss of lovely Auntie Edith my love goes to you all and although I was unable to attend the funeral you are all in our hearts and thoughts xx

 

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