1. Myself and my family will always treasure the amazing memories and be grateful we had a chance to be part of her life and incredible spirit. Mrs Ralph, a beautiful soul, left me with the loveliest childhood memories…from brownies, to story-telling, singing, staying at her home, her love for tea-time treats, and introducing me to marmalade!! Her laugh was infectious, her eyes always twinkling, I will miss her. She has left endless memories and love with us all. May her family find comfort in these memories and our prayers. Love Janine, Calum, Eric, Desiree, Mary, Fiona, Susan xx

  2. Anne was a valued member of Uxbridge Choral and she was greatly missed when she had to give it up due to failing eyesight. Anne always had time for a chat on the phone and in person. She will be greatly missed by all

  3. The thing I remember most about Ann was her kind, calm manner and her beautiful warm speaking voice. She was a valued and dedicated member of Uxbridge Choral Society and was very much missed when she gave up choir a few years ago.

  4. As we all aged, Ann’s summer visits to our Suffolk home always gave us confidence and energy to go out and enjoy simple pleasures in a way we never quite did without her. Thank you for ever, Ann.

  5. Auntie Ann and Uncle Alwyne were always there with a loving welcome and a good meal. I treasured the times I had with them, even if they were few and far between. Ann was such a positive influence in my life and I valued her love and acceptance. Remembering with love xxx

  6. I have very happy memories of coming to the Ralph household in the early 1980s to teach Daniel the piano. Ann was a very kind and generous lady. My mother, Val, often mentioned her during her later years. RIP Ann. x

  7. It was lovely to have known Ann. Her friendship and kindness to our mother Gladys made a great difference to her life, particularly in later years. My sister Judith and I really enjoyed our visits to Ann and are sad that Covid restrictions put an end to them. She will be much missed by all who knew her.

  8. Ann was a very kindly person who helped me settle into the Altos section of the Uxbridge Choral Society about ten years ago. I shall miss her friendly face and companionship. God bless her.

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Funeral Arrangements

We invite you to join us to celebrate the life of Ann Ralph


Date: 21/09/2021
Time: 11:00
St Giles Church
Location: 38 Swakeleys Road, Ickenham Uxbridge UB10 8BE GB

Additional Info:

Ann's funeral service will be streamed live from this memorial website on Tuesday 21st September at 11.00 AM.  Simply click on the invitation that will appear above at least 24 hours before the appointed time. A recording of the service will be available afterwards and can be accessed in the same way.

Additional Info:

St Giles is a very pretty but quite small church. Please be aware that CV19 safe distancing rules will apply inline with safety guidelines.

Gift Ideas:

In lieu of flowers the family kindly requests donations to: St Giles Church

For those unable to donate online please donate by cheque or cash via the Funeral Director Sherry & Sons, 4 Long Lane, Ickenham, Middx, UB10 8TB. Cheques payable to "The PCC of St Giles' Church."

Alternatively, a charity close to Ann's heart was McMillan Cancer Support which can be accessed via the Just Giving link below or at:   equally phone 0300 1000 200 Or make cheques payable to Macmillan Cancer Support, POBox 791, York House, York, Y01ONJ

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