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Ann Dorothy Springer

Ann Dorothy Springer, ‘Dotty’ passed away peacefully in the Great Western hospital Swindon on 27th June 2021 aged 89 years.

A private service will be held for her, details to be announced as soon as they are available.

A special lady who loved her flowers, life and family.

Please leave your messages, thoughts and condolences for Dotty and her family in the box below.

17 Responses

  1. I will miss our fortnightly chats, & coffees

    You will be so deeply missed

    Thoughts are with Jayne,Ray & families


  2. To my beautiful and very trendy Nan, who always had to look good and have your lippy on, (which was usually a bright shade of pink).

    You were more of a Mum to me than a Nan, I will always remember the butcher’s face in the Co-op when you told him I was your Granddaughter not your daughter, he wouldn’t believe you…

    You took me in with a 1yr old when I had nowhere else to go, you have always been there for me, I will always love you and I will miss you every single day that your gone.

    Love always
    Your Tracy xxxxxx

  3. Nan i going to miss you the fun time we had and are funny things we spoke about and we will never forget you nan.
    I love you nan and going to miss you.

  4. Dotty, what can i say, you came into my life when your nephew Simon came into my life over 30 years ago, I have fond memories of you, from going to the theatre with you jenn and Sonn, to seeing you laughing and having fun at our gatherings, bumping into you clothes shopping and going for a cuppa, you always were so kind, and loving to us all, I am so honoured to have shared these times with you, we will always remember you with a smile, now free from pain sleep easy heaven has gained a special angel and the brightest star xx

  5. Dot where do I start , I loved Saturday when you walked in no matter how I was feeling you always made me laugh . Always talking about what you had read in your magazines ,( don’t get me started on Katie price 🀣🀣) how you loved seeing all your family and loved going to London to visit and how ray used to cook your Christmas dinner and especially the best prawn cocktail ever . Rest in peace lovely lady I will really miss our sat mornings xx

    1. Ohh Caroline – you knew her so well – Katie Price – what was she like?! πŸ˜… She so looked forward to her Saturday mornings with you and l would know if she was really poorly (which was very rare), if she told me she didn’t feel like going for any reason. Thank you so much for your lovely tribute and sharing your special memories with us. ❣️ πŸ’– xxx

  6. I am so sorry that I didn’t see you before you went to heaven.
    You were the life and soul of the parties we had and a ray of sunshine every day.
    I will always remember the days when we were young and full of laughter and fun.
    You were the lovliest person and best cousin anyone could have.
    God Bless you Dot you will always be in my thoughts and prayers .
    With deepest sympathy,

    1. Thank you so much Auntie Eveon – such beautiful sentiments – she loved you so much. We were talking about you very recently and she was hoping you might be able to see one another in the not too distant future. xxx

  7. Thank you so much Auntie Eveon – such beautiful sentiments – she loved you so much. We were talking about you very recently and she was hoping you might be able to see one another in the not too distant future. xxx

  8. Our Dottie

    Can’t believe your gone, our Dottie was kind, lovely, special lady
    She welcomed me into the family with loving arms, leaving a big pink kiss print on everyone’s cheek
    I will miss you everyday will miss our Wednesday coffee and cake
    She adored the great great grandchildren and they loved her back

    We will miss that smile of yours your loving words

    But now we know your watching down on us and saying aww them darlings

    Dot was always asking about others checking everyone was ok

    You can rest my darling watching everyone grow watching people making memories

    Love forever
    Faye David and kids

  9. Nan,
    Although life got in the way and I moved so far away, we didn’t get to see eachother that much over the last few years but that doesn’t mean I loved you any less.
    There are so many memories that I could write about over the years – Sunday evening visits, trips to the pantomimes and of course the first time you met Tyler – all of which are special and treasured memories to me.
    We are all so shocked and sad with how quick you left us but in our hearts you will remain forever.
    Sleep tight beautiful lady. You are missed so much. πŸ˜˜πŸ’™
    Lots of Love – Kerri, Gary & Tyler x x x x x x

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