Date: Monday 25th January 2020
Due to Current restrictions a private family funeral service will be held at Accrington Crematorium. The service will be live streamed for all those that are unable to attend. To login please go to www.obitus.com and enter the following username and password. Username Miyi8596 Password 527455 Jean's funeral cortege will pass her home on Monday 25th January at 2.30pm for all those who wish to stand outside and pay their respects to Jean
Peacefully, in hospital, on 14 January 2021, Jean aged 86 from Clayton-le-Moors, sadly passed away. A much loved mother of Stephen and Keith, a dear Mother-in-Law to Yvonne and Kirsty, and a devoted grandma to Claire, Rebecca, Tara, Cameron, Stephen and Stuart. She was also a great-grandma to AJ, Anabella, Maxwell, Erin, Phoebe, Khalen and Ameliah-Grace. She was the dearly loved sister of Walter and David and the late Bill and Audrey, and beloved Sister-in-Law of Jeanette, Anne, Barbara and Ted, as well as a cherished Auntie and friend to many.
Jean was born in Green Haworth to the late Christopher and Nannie (Annie) Parker. She moved to Clayton-le-Moors to start married life to the late Bryan Procter. Jean spent her working life in various businesses in and around Accrington, spending several years at Allspeeds as a cook. In her early years Jean liked her family holidays around the UK and loved to spend time bringing up her two boys. In later life, Jean became a little more adventurous with holidays around Europe, and then further afield to the United States. In her spare time she loved to knit and sew and loved nothing more than a cup of tea and a cake with the ladies at the local knitting club. If Jean wasn’t knitting she would often be caught watching her favourite sport, football, on TV.
Jean was an incredible lady with a lovely smile and an amazing sense of humour, who will be sadly missed by all.
Please feel free to leave a message for Jean’s online memorial book by completing the form below.
MESSAGES for the family of Jean Procter
Anthony and Catherine Quigley
You will all be in our thoughts and prayers, Jean was a lovely neighbour and we will miss her strength and great sense of humour xx
Sorry to hear we have lost such a beautiful person. I don’t know her but from what I’ve heard she was a wonderful person, wish I had met her. The Heavenly Spirits will now look after her, and never forget she is always with you, in my hearts.
I’m sorry I didn’t see you very often I miss you already ❤️
Geoff and Maureen Boughton
To Stephen and Keith and all the family. Jean was a wonderful person always smiling and ready for a chat. Have happy memories of Jean and family living across from us when children was young. You had a wonderful mum. xx Maureen & Geoff
Helen and Diddy Blackburn
One of the nicest people we have ever met. She was so easy to get along with. Felt like we’d know her for years on first meeting. She had a great sense of humor and loved life. Jean will be sadly missed. X
Valerie and Lesley
Thinking of all the family at this sad time.
Cath, Kevin, Emma & Nathan Kinlin
God bless you Jean, you will be dearly missed in our household. 💕 I will miss you calling me every possible female names you knew but mine & I know I won’t be the only one! 😊 Thoughts & prayers are with you all at this difficult time. Love to all xxx
Karen and George Roberts
Thinking of all of you. RIP Jean
Deepest sympathy from sister in law Joan and children Michael, Lynne, Trevor, Alan, Wendy and their families.
Cathy (Cat) Angell
My heart and prayers go out to Jean’s family and I am so very sorry for your loss! My friend Mindi and I had the pleasure of staying with Jean in her lovely house. On a visit to the U.K. Jean was so very kind and lovely and we enjoyed her company immensely! Our stay with Jean was the highlight of our trip! Tea, knitting and bingo were all highlights. We fell in love with Jean! Jean, you will forever be in my heart!
Andrew & Jaqui Houlker
So sorry to hear you sad news. Thinking about you all. RIP Jean.