Mrs Sheila Mulford

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Total collected to date: £270.45

Charity details

Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary Society

The Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary admits & rehomes around 500 animals every year. Since opening in 1967, we have proudly managed to help over 25,000 animals find their forever home.

Registered Number 254642

http://oascharity.org.uk

Service details

Cremation Service

11 May, 2022 11:00

Oxford Crematorium

Bayswater Road, Headington, Oxford, OX3 9RZ

Messages of condolence

Playmates of your grandchildren my sons were regular visitors to you and you were always so nice to them, they always came home with tales of your cat Ben.

Mrs Katrina Upston

In loving memory of my wonderful Auntie Sheila. So many happy childhood memories, particularly going to visit and enjoying her fantastic Sunday roasts and for teaching me how to make proper gravy! She will be very much missed.

Mrs Amanda Thompson

Sheila you always told me that you wanted a brother when I was born I hope that I didn't disappoint you because you never disappointed me, thank you for all the happy times and wonderful memories you have given me and all the family.

Mr Frank Cudd

Will miss you all my love Glen

Mrs Glenys Stubbings

In loving memory of Sheila Mulford .She made our life richer for having known her.We were all very fond of her. She sometimes came and had soup and a sandwich in my kitchen with May and Margaret her friends and put the "world to right." She loved the day we May (my mother in law) and her and I went to Catmoor woods nr Isley .She could see the blue shadow of the bluebells and the scent was amazing.Her eyesight was failing but she loved the outing. She was so positive even when her sight got worse.She embraced aids to help her read. We sympathise with all the Mulford family. Pat Robbins and family

Doctor Robbins

Sheila was an absolutely lovely lady who filled our childhood with joy.

Miss Sarah Robbins

In loving memory of Auntie Sheila. Lots of love Derek and Julie xxx

Mrs Julie Plested

You were my sweet and smiley auntie who gave me and my brother, Terry a whole bunch of wonderful cousins. You've bequeathed me a great many happy memories of childhood for which I am eternally grateful - not least, a lifelong love of homemade rice pudding! Time passes and circumstances change, but love prevails over all - and you were and always will be, much loved.

Mr Robert Jenkins