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Ann Cousins

Ann Cousins suddenly in the Great Western Hospital Swindon on 15th December 2022 aged just 75 years.  Ann’s death has come as a tremendous shock to her family and friends, and she will be sadly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her, and our thoughts are with Gary, Fiona and all her family at this sad time.

The funeral service will be held at North Wiltshire Crematorium Swindon on Wednesday 11th January 2023 at 11am. Family flowers only however, donations in Ann’s memory for the Wiltshire Air Ambulance may be sent c/o 10 St John Road.  Ann would love those attending the celebration of her life to wear bright clothes please.

As always, more information on 814602, but please leave your prayers and messages for Ann in the box below:-

15 Responses

  1. Ann was my GSL (Group Scout Leader) when I became a leader and she was so helpful also a good friend and neighbour and we had many great chats while walking our dogs I will truly miss her she was such a lovely person inside and out…RIP my lovely ❤

  2. I worked with Ann for many years i remember the lovely chats and fun we had .

    RIP lovely lady ..
    Big hug to Fiona she talked about you with such pride. .regards lynette Corengia..xx

    1. I met Ann 10 years ago when I lived in Wroughton, we would meet up most mornings when we took our dogs for a walk and she became a good friend. She was a rock and a shoulder to cry on when I was going through the separation from my ex partner, and even when I moved away as a result we stayed in touch and I would often return to visit. She was a lovely lady, a wonderful friend and I am going to miss her very much.

  3. I first met Ann through Scouting, she was a lovely lady and gave many hours to Wroughton Scout Group.
    In the usual tradition I bumped into her buying Scout Christmas stamps this year.
    Such a shock, RIP lovely lady.
    Your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Pat Cohen

  4. Jean and I would meet Ann at Cowpucinos, she would have a coffee, donut and a ciggie with us. We talked about all sorts, and how we would laugh.
    My thoughts are with Gary & Fiona and her grandchildren of whom she was so proud.

    1. So sorry to hear this news. I enjoyed bumping into Ann and walking around Maunsell field in the past with our dogs. RIP Ann. X

  5. Well Ann
    You will be missed by many
    Never forget our chats at the cafe
    Gosh didn’t we have a laugh and then some days putting the world to rights
    My thoughts are with Fiona and the family
    Sleep tight my love and rest easy
    Love Maxine David and the children

  6. Ann will be missed. A villager I didn’t think would be gone forever so soon. Shocked by the news and probably touched many more hearts than she could ever of known.
    Sending my Deepest sympathy to all her family and friends.

  7. She was a great communicator, would always stop and listen.
    And dearly loved her Daughter Fiona, and Grandaughter and Grandson, Macy and Alfie.
    And will be their Guardian Angel forever.
    God Bless them all.Xxx

  8. I’ve known Ann ever since I moved to the village. She always had time to chat and catch up with our news. She always gave my daughter a card and/or a small gift on her birthday or at Christmas and always asked how she was doing when I bumped into her. Still a shock that she won’t answer the door when I deliver her eggs to her.

  9. We met Ann walking the dogs when they were pups and became friends very quickly. Such a wonderful lovely person, so caring and thoughtful. A great support for me when I lost my Dad a few years back. Our daughter always called her Barneys Mummy and Ann always had a gift and a card for her on her birthday and Christmas. We will all miss her terribly and she will always be remembered in our house. Rest in peace dear friend.

  10. We were really sorry to hear about the sad loss of dear Ann. Our thoughts and condolences go to her family.
    She was a lovely lady and we enjoyed chatting when out dog walking. Rest in peace Ann.

  11. This is such sad news. We lived on the same street as Ann for many years and she was a great neighbour and friend, she’ll be really missed.

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