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Helen Caunt

Helen Caunt

Friday, December 5th, 1919 Monday, April 20th, 2020

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Joan Glossop

I will miss Helen’s twinkling eyes that let you know she was going to say something clever and cheeky. I loved the joyful, loving way she greeted those she cared for. It was such fun to hear her tell stories of her life in the North. Her’s was a life well lived. She was a woman treasured by many. How fortunate she was to have Barb, Nancy and Joan!! With love, JP
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