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  • Phil, words cannot express the sadness I feel about your loss - you were such an important figure in the life of Pimlico School and the Community... it is with such a heavy heart we say 'Good-bye' to you and never shall we forget all your hard work, dedication and commitment to every single pupil you taught and cared for. You instilled a great working ethos and environment and truly believed in a balanced and broad curriculum for all. You wanted every single child to reach their full potential and never gave up pushing or that! Be it chasing a student down Lupus Street, collecting them from...
  • Caroline’s Eulogy It’s been a struggle for me and Juliet to write this as we all know that Caroline would without doubt be the best person to write anyone’s eulogy, but here we go. It can be no coincidence that Caroline was born on Bonfire night, the 5th November 1977. Fireworks were exploding all around the VW beetle that took our mother, Margaret McCooey and father Andrew McCooey to the convent hospital where she was born. The same explosion of beauty, drama and electrified intensity that makes a firework what it is, also made Caroline who she was. A deeply spiritual though...
  • SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND Soroptimist International Great Britain...
  • Rock Garden Memorial Bench  For myself, I always knew if this sad event this year ever occurredCarolyn deserved a Legacy- a place anyone can visitand think about the great memories she gave us all. Carolyn worried in 2020 that her demise was sadly
 coming sooner than she wished. Funny thing is and
 typical of her she wanted to know what I planned to
 do with my life ending and how the family should
 carry out my wishes. I couldn’t get her to tell me
 what she wanted. Obviously, a needed dialogue that
 never found a conclusion.Memories are something that no one realizes at the...

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