Date: Friday 23rd July 2021
Pauline's funeral service will take place at Accrington Crematorium, Burnley Road, Accrington BB5 6HA
Peacefully in hospital surrounded by her family on 10th July 2021, Pauline aged 86 years of Baxenden. The devoted wife of the late Reggie, much loved and loving mum of Bryan, Derek, Robbie, Ian, David and Graham, dear mother-in-law of Lindsey, Tracey, Shalama, Karen and Ann, cherished and adored grandma of Dan, Lucy, Nicola, Rachel, Emma, Lee, Aneesa, Jim, Aimee, Rosie, Ash, Connor, Dec, Hollie and Lewis, great-grandma of Poppy, Harry, Penny, Aaron, Zak, Frankie, Darcy and Henry, dear sister of Frank and his wife Helen and a respected relative and friend to many.
Pauline spent her working life caring for others in her role as an Auxiliary Nurse, with her naturally caring and giving character Pauline was a natural in her role, she retired from The Mount, Accrington where she was a well respected member of the working team. Pauline lived for her family and enjoyed regularly taking her grandchildren on caravan holidays with Reg. In her younger years Pauline was a semi professional singer and loved to be on the stage entertaining the crowds in her home town, Liverpool. It was after meeting her husband Reggie that they made the move to Accrington to follow Reggie’s career with Lanacshire Police. Most of all Pauline was a devoted family lady who gave all her time to caring for her family.
Family flowers only please, donations are being received in memory of Pauline on behalf of Cancer Research UK. To make a donation please click the ‘Make a Donation’ button at the bottom of this page.
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MESSAGES for the family of Pauline Southward
Ruth and George
Miss you Pauline ( see ya kid)
Jason and Maxine Battle
Thinking of you all with much love at this very difficult time xxx
I’m so grateful for every moment I had with Pauline as my neighbour and friend. Me and Molly love you Pauline xxx
To my beautiful Gran, I will miss your wonderful company, your kind heart and your great friendship. The memories we created will never fade from my mind. You’re in the arms of Grandad once again, he’s waited a long time for you. You’ll forever be on my mind and in my heart. I love you always. From your loving granddaughter, Lucy xxx
I worked with Pauline at the Mount and she was so popular never lost her scouse accent and was a truly caring person.