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Andrea & Peter Dodd

Remembering a wonderful sister/sister in law & best friend – will miss you more than words can say. Our hearts are heavy & we will never ever forget you xxx

Howard, Nikki and family

Sending love and prayers to all the family.
Aunty Ros has been so strong and with the help of her loving, caring and supportive family managed to be positive and strong to the end.
Rest in peace now xx

Janette (Netty, outpatients)

To Ros, such an amazing, kind, brave woman. It was an honour to have worked with you.I admired you so much. We will all miss the laughs we ha, end of an era. God bless you Ros. Xxxxxx

Sue Relph

Sister Randles was at the core of what CCO (as it was). She was a proper old school Sister, who commanded respect and got it! She had the biggest heart and the best biscuits in the hospital! Her leaving was the start of the collapse of the organisation we were proud to represent. She will always be remembered with fondness and a smile. Please accept my deepest condolences on your loss. Rest in Peace lovely lady xxx

G…….O………..

I met Ros in the late 70s – on night duty at Clatterbridge. I was amazed that anyone could make me laugh in the middle of a long night shift. But Ros could. Her sense of humour was legendary. It never left her. Through all the “slings and arrows” that life threw at her she could always bring a smile. She had to contend with more than her fair share of family illness and disruption. At work she always put her patients first fighting their battles when they were unable to do it for themselves.
Throughout her last illness Ros showed a resilience not given to many. Ros will be greatly missed by everyone who knew her. By her large family, by her friends and her colleagues and by the many patients she has cared for. Her lasting legacy is in them all, in what she meant to them and the experiences she shared with them. G.O. February 2020

G…….O………..

I met Ros in the late 70s – on night duty at Clatterbridge. I was amazed that anyone could make me laugh in the middle of a long night shift. But Ros could. Her sense of humour was legendary. It never left her. Through all the “slings and arrows” that life threw at her she could always bring a smile. She had to contend with more than her fair share of family illness and disruption. At work she always put her patients first fighting their battles when they were unable to do it for themselves.
Throughout her last illness Ros showed a resilience not given to many. Ros will be greatly missed by everyone who knew her. By her large family, by her friends and her colleagues and by the many patients she has cared for. Her lasting legacy is in them all, in what she meant to them and the experiences she shared with them. G.O. February 2020

Ruby and Emily

Gave me the best Aunty who gave me the greatest cousins. What a women she was xxx

Jill, Jan, Mia and Joel

Ros we will miss you.
You’ve been there and watched our children grow up together, birthdays, Christmas, all the special days and the ones in between.
You were full of life and opinions, always up for a good chat, putting the world to rights and having many giggles along the way.
How many lives you have touched and how many of us are richer from knowing you and having you in our lives.
People we love don’t leave us when they die because we remember them always and take them with us . They have a part in shaping who we are.
Rest well lovely lady.
With much love
Jill, Jan, Mia and Joel xxx

Jeanette & Billy

Thanks for the memories Ros.
Many good times shared and enjoyed. You will certainly be missed.

Josie Cromwell

My thoughts go out to Rosalyn’s family and friends. I met Rosalyn when I had cancer in 1996. She always had the right words to support me during a very dark time.

Brian Haylock

Dear Ros, it was a pleasure to know you over the many years we worked together at Clatterbridge. You were very very special. You had a very special way, a gift, with people. You always had time for others from patients to your fellow staff. You will be sadly missed but always be remembered. With much love.
Brian xx

Netty and Alan Oxton

So caring and compassionate with a heart of gold.
We have many happy memories to cherish.
With love and heartfelt condolences to all the family who we have known for many years.
Xx

Emma

One thing you could guarantee when you met up with Ros is that you would always end up laughing!
She had a wonderful sense of humour and could use this to great effect especially in dark times.
I will remember you with great fondness and applaud the way you handled your illness.
You will be missed by us all but never forgotten.

Mike Fowler

Great sadness on the passing of a true lady. Roz, you always welcomed me with open arms and a smile.
With heartfelt sympathy
Mike, Kiki and family

Deb Barclay

Truly a wonderful lady and friend that will be sadly missed rest in peace now Ros x

Karen Guy

My deepest sympathy to Fred & the family. It was with great sadness that I heard Ros had lost her brave battle. Such a remarkable lady with a huge heart.
I first met Ros at the Clatterbridge clinic my husband Ron attended. It followed a journey that was to last for sixteen years & at the heart of it was Ros. She always made you feel secure & her sense of humour was fabulous. You always left the clinic feeling uplifted.
After Ron lost his battle Ros and I remained friends meeting occasionally for lunch. The lunches were brilliant involving lots of laughter. When Ros smiled & laughed it lit up her whole face especially her eyes. Latterly we could only speak at the phone or text.
When times were bad for Ron you were a shining light & I can’t thank you enough for all you did for us both. I will miss you.

Pickard Family

With deepest Sympathy to Chris, Suzie, Issy, Maddie and the rest of the family. A strong lady that fought to the very end. Our thoughts are with you all. xxx

Hilary Moore

Working with you was always a blast Ros!
You were the essence of a brilliant nurse who cared passionately for her patients, and wasn’t afraid of the doctors she worked with.
We were lucky to enjoy the best of times at CCO…I hope you knew how much you were missed after you retired!
Love and deepest sympathy to you, Fred and all the family from t’other Dragonwoman! Xx

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