• Send off at the sea

    Jul 19, 2020, 1:00 PM Europe/London

    Dunwich Beach, Dunwich, Saxmundham, UK

    We would like to meet at the hut on dunwich beach. We will have little, bamboo, bio degradable boats and markers. Our thought had been that people could write a little message on the boat as they arrive, or if we see you before the day we can give you your boat ahead of time. A few family members may share a memory or say a few words then we will play a song or two as we release the boats. I don't think there will be good enough signal to have a video link to this, however posting the date and time for people allows her friends from all over the world the opportunity to be do something at the same day/time so we can all feel connected on celebrating her 


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Jacqueline Felder

Annette Margaret Brooks

August 29, 1951 - July 02, 2020

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Annette Margaret Brooks . Mum had connections and friends all over the world and we wanted somewhere people could post pictures and stories so they could be shared by all

I am yet to meet someone who knew Mum and was not positively impacted by knowing her. She was the example to which we should all continue to reach for.
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  • Sherree Olsen
    I met Annette in 1990 when she took the trouble to come to my house to introduce herself when I was newly arrived in Kuala Lumpur. We became good friends, as did our children, and after we left Malaysia we kept in touch, albeit from opposite sides of the...  more
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  • Robert Newton
    Annette was one of the most forgiving and understanding person I have met. She always seem to look for the best in anyone. She always welcomed anyone to her home no matter who they are. My most fondest memory of her was when she told me some hard truths...  more
  • Jess Warner
    My lovely auntie i remember the nights when you came to baby sit me and Leo and we would sit and watch mid summer murders together when you lived in Elmswell and me and Leo would come over and visit happy memories the last few years I haven't seen you...  more