A private family funeral service will be held for Kathleen.
Kathleen Mary Iddon
Peacefully on 4th May 2020 at Royal Blackburn Hospital Kathleen aged 78 years.
Loving mum to Alison and Martin, dear mother in law to Tracy, loved grandma to Joseph, sister to Jimmy also a friend to many.
Kathleen worked at Brookbond Oxo before moving onto Express gifts where she worked for numerous years up until retirement last year.
Kathleen will be sadly missed but fondly remembered by all who had the pleasure of knowing and loving her.
If anyone would like to make a donation in Memory of Kathleen these are being gratefully received on behalf of Guide Dogs For The Blind via the link below.
Please feel free to send a message for the family of Kathleen Mary Iddon, they may wish to read them out at the service and some will be published below.
MESSAGES for Kathleen Mary Iddon
Jeannette and Ed Kaar
|Martin and Alison so sorry for your loss, Be at peace Kath xx|
Mr & Mrs Peter & Shirley Myerscough
|Fond memories of Kathleen, a neighbour & a family friend. RIP xxxx|
|A dear neighbour and customer for a long time so sad to lose you may you rest in peace Kathleen xxx|
Susan Procter (Der)
|Alison and Martin, I have many fond memories from our childhood coming to visit and stay with you and your mum at Scott Street, your mum was a character, a lovely lady. RIP Kathleen x.|
|All my love to Alison, Martin and family on the loss of Kathleen. Your mum was already very kind to me and I’ll be sorry not to see her again and have a brew and a natter whilst she casually whips through a cryptic crossword in a way I could only dream of! Kathleen worked so hard throughout her life and it seems unfair that there was little time to enjoy retirement but I know she was very proud of her children and their achievements and of becoming a grandma in recent years. Rest in peace, Kathleen xxx|
Councillor Tim OKane.
|Sad to hear of Katy’s passing and condolences to Alison, Martin and the rest of the family. I always got on well with Kath and used to enjoy our chats about politics in general and Clayton-le-Moors in particular. Another straight talking Claytoner gone. RIP Kath.|
With all our love, from George, Eileen, Louise, Duncan, Karen, Graeme, James and Dulcie xxxx
|Sorry for your loss , I worked with Kath at express gifts for many years until her retirement will be sadly missed|
|Happy memories of staying over at Kath’s after nights out with Alison and Martin. Kath was always so kind to me.|