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The Love of a Child Lost

To look upon her beautiful face on the day she was born, was a day of great joy. Little did we know our precious daughter was not to stay with us for very long. Alicia was sent to us for a short time so that we could enjoy all of the love that she was able to give. In the short time that she was here, she loved her family wholeheartedly with her precious heart.

A mothers love for her child never ends, it grows and grows and never stops, even after death. A fathers love for his child is like a bright shiny star, shines as bright as the love he has for his child that will never diminish.

Alicia battled the cancer for 21 months, bravely, positively and with immense courage. Never complaining only enduring. But the battle was too much for her little body. Our daughter passed away in front of our eyes and we felt her last breath. Our hearts are so broken we don't think they will ever mend. We miss her hugs and her kisses and being told "I love you... "

Life will be so empty without her, we need her so much. But the little comfort we feel is that we know she is no longer in any pain. We can't wait to be with you Alicia. We will always love you, and thank you for being such a shining star.  

Kisses from our heart. xxxxxxx






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Rajeev & Sarita Dewedi on 15 July 2013 10:57
Although we did not have the opportunity to meet Alicia, it is clear that she was a kind, loving and devoted member of her family. She has left a void which nobody will be able to replace. We pray to Almighty God that her soul rests in peace and that all her family have the strength to cope with this difficult time.
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Sindy and Inez on 18 July 2013 23:18
You could always hear Alicia before you saw her. She was sassy, vivacious, self assured and her boundless energy was infectious. I will miss all her humorous anecdotes, told in her inimitable manner. My daughter will miss all the jellies that she used to sneakily give her. Children adored her, she didn't have to try, it was innate. Behind the beauty and intelligence she was just a genuine, selfless, loving Geordie lass, proud of her roots, she could never understand why people would move away from the North. For us she is a modern day heroine, courageous in life and in facing death and will always remain a true source of inspiration. We miss her.
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Manjit on 21 July 2013 20:17
My beautiful daughter, Alicia passed away six weeks ago today. Each day I miss her more and more.
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