In memory of Fred Wood (Nurse)

Fred Wood RGN trained Coventry 1980. Loved and supported so many.

Fred went to Glory to be with Jesus on 18 th July 2013.

Fred cared for many and in the end allowed others to care for him. Please give to allow others to receive such care.

Total amount raised £707.00

£20.00 donated by Narina Wood on 18 July 2014
” A year has gone by, miss you xxx ”

£240.00 – Offline Donation on 11 November 2013
” sponsorship recieved by Karl Langham for his Cycle Challenge in memory of Fred ”

£247.00 donated by Narina Wood on 31 August 2013
” A Collection was taken at Fred’s celebration service, on 28th Augusr 2013, thank you everyone. ”

£20.00 donated by Margaret Dye on 26 August 2013
” In memory of Fred a gifted and gentle nurse who gave so much of himself to Ian’s mum in her final hours and treated her family with great kindness, later to become a much loved friend. With our love and prayers. Ian and Margaret ”

£20.00 donated by Dawn Milward on 1 August 2013
” With love and precious memories of our most caring and genuine brother in Christ, may the caring that came so naturally to you, continue to others x ”

£20.00 donated by Judy Martin-Jones on 22 July 2013
” In memory of a good friend ”

£20.00 donated by Peter and Charlotte Beresford on 21 July 2013
” In memory of a good friend and a first class nurse. Our love and prayers go to all the family. ”

£20.00 donated by Russell Finch on 19 July 2013
” Always greeted with a smile and a hug when we were @ St Matthews and, although we lost touch in recent years, I always remember what a source of comfort he was to me late brother when he was a patient @ St Cross. God bless you Sir. ”

£20.00 donated by Kevin Gambrell on 19 July 2013

£20.00 donated by Phil Hemsley on 18 July 2013

£20.00 donated by Martin Saxby on 18 July 2013
” With our love and prayers. Martin & Jackie ”

£20.00 donated by Michael Gambrell on 18 July 2013
” With love. A small donation to enable others to receive the same loving care as Fred. From Eileen and Michael ”

£20.00 donated by Sheila Bridge on 18 July 2013
” Not a measure of our affection, just a small gesture of love, hoping that others find similar care and comfort in their last days. “