Date: Monday 21st December 2020
Due to current restrictions, a private family funeral service will be held at Accrington Cremaotirum. The service will be live streamed for all those who are unable to attend. To watch the service please visit www.obitus.com Username: Gaga0871 Password: 974385
Sheila Davies ‘She’
Peacefully in her sleep on 11th December 2020, Sheila aged 75 years of Clayton-le-Moors. The devoted wife of Tony, much loved and loving mum of Kim and Sharon, dear mother-in-law of Simon, cherished grandma of Charlie and Jodie, great-grandma of Oscar, dear sister of Jimmy and also a much loved and respected relative and friend to many.
Sheila worked locally in various places including Clayton Laundry, English Electric and Broadley’s. She was a well known and loved lady and a regular face at the Broadway, Accrington and the Royal Oak, Clayton-le-Moors where she enjoyed spending time enjoying a drink and catching up with her many friends. Each year Sheila loved to escape to Malta for a month or two with her husband to enjoy some sunshine and relaxation. A doting grandma to her grandchildren, she always looked forward to spending time with them, often with a trip to Blackpool to stay in a caravan a they always looked forward to visiting Coral Island for some fun.
Sheila was a selfless lady who would do anything for anyone.
No flowers by request. Donations can be made in Sheila’s memory 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 Sheila Davies ‘She’
R.I.P. Shelia sending condolences to all the family. From Edith and Tom Ireland.
Love and Miss you so much Mum, life will never be the same again without you, you truly were the best, till we meet again xxxx
Love and miss you loads mum???? xx
Love and Miss you so much Mum, heartbroken xx ????
Derek and Linda Knight
Auntie She was a lovely, funny person, who spoke her mind, but had a heart of pure gold. Her family was her whole world and although she has left a massive hole in your lives, you have each other and your beautiful memories to treasure. xx
Sheila told a good tale and always made me laugh, she was a good friend to my mum, a Clayton legend. RIP Sheila x
Thinking of you all ❤️
Lovely woman, so many memories growing up as a child, she will be greatly missed. Love you all lots and all condolences. x
Jimmy and Wendy from Canada
I am so sad…..My love and sympathy to all the family.. R.I.P dear Sister!
The most amazing lady ever and the best grandma, you will be missed by many!! lots of love 🙁 xxx
Debra Taylor Brian Davies
Sheila was a lovely funny lady kind hearted and down to earth she will be missed by all who new her, R.I.P.Sheila.
Christine and Roy
Sending you all love and prayers. God bless beautiful aunty she xxxxx
Georgia and Kane
Rest peacefully Sheila, sending lots of love to all the family❤️
Love you grumps
Linda Boyer (was Jones, from The Vol)
So sad to hear the news, such a lovely lady. Remembering so many happy and funny stories with Shelia spent in various pubs in Clayton. I hope your memories give you some comfort at this sad time x.
Tony and Roger
Rest in peace, a lovely woman who made us feel welcome sleep tight.
Craig and Sam
Sending love to family at this sad time R.I.P auntie Sheila xxx
Good night God bless x
Sheila thanks for the memories in the royal. I’ll tell John Smith not to brew as much now. With love Danny.
Rest in peace Sheila, amazing woman and loved by many ❤️ Will be missed.