Ann Jukes

1954 - 2017 | SHEFFIELD

Ann was soul mate to Frederick, her husband of 37 years and our best friend. Indeed, everyone who met Ann only had kind words for her. She was a privilege to have known. She left us far too early after a short battle with cancer, dying peacefully in…

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Ann was soul mate to Frederick, her husband of 37 years and our best friend. Indeed, everyone who met Ann only had kind words for her. She was a privilege to have known. She left us far too early after a short battle with cancer, dying peacefully in her sleep during the early hours of Wednesday the 19th April 2017. She spent the last days of her life being cared for by the incredible staff at St Luke's and we are setting up this fund raise to ensure future friends and family have access to this fabulous facility. It is requested that anyone wanting to send flowers should instead send donations via this tribute to St Luke's Hospice who cared for Ann with such kindness, respect and dignity. Ann's funeral will take place at Hutcliffe Wood Crematorium, Perrywood Lane entrance at 09.45 on Wednesday 3rd May 2017.

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Donation in memory of

Ann Jukes



Donations

Current total raised

£3107.00

GiftAid £721.75

£100.00

+ £25.00 GiftAid

Michael Wood

03/07/2018

£200.00

Frederick Jukes

24/11/2017

To the world you were just one person, but to me you were the world., Always in my thoughts. Missing you.

£50.00

+ £12.50 GiftAid

Anonymous

16/06/2017

Here's to not sleepwalking through life. Thank you Ann x

£500.00

+ £125.00 GiftAid

Frederick Jukes

10/05/2017

Ann my wife of 37 years was my soul mate, my rock and my best friend. She will be greatly missed and forever affectionately remembered. Rest in peace.

Janet Stephens

08/05/2017

Ann, thank you for your friendship and good advice over the years. You will be dearly missed. Love Janet x

£30.00

+ £7.50 GiftAid

Vicki Lawma

05/05/2017

In Loving Memory

Sally Booker

04/05/2017

Mark Egglestone

03/05/2017

Ann was always a pleasure to have as a neighbour. She always greeted with a smile and asked how you were. I also had the pleasure sitting on Storth Park’s Management committee with Ann. Her contribution to maintaining the development was immeasurable. Ann

£262.00

+ £65.50 GiftAid

Ruth Harper

03/05/2017

Cash donations from family and friends. Cheque donation forwarded to St Luke's. Thanks again. All our love.

Diane Jepson

03/05/2017

Jo Goddard

02/05/2017

Ann was so dedicated and took work seriously. Nothing was too much trouble but she also had the ability to make you laugh which was often. e.g. The Lobster Thermidor incident which others will also remember & the time she went to a Home Office meeting in

Kathleen Troughton

02/05/2017

Such a lovely lady. So sorry to hear of Ann's passing.

Anita Mckenzie

02/05/2017

Such a lovely person.will be sadly missed.

Annette Appleby

01/05/2017

£100.00

+ £25.00 GiftAid

Michael Venables

01/05/2017

Ann was much loved and will be greatly missed by all who Knew her.

£1500.00

+ £375.00 GiftAid

Frederick Jukes

28/04/2017

£20.00

Edna Pears

28/04/2017

A special person who not only cared for my daughter but cared for me too.

£50.00

+ £12.50 GiftAid

Keith Harper

28/04/2017

Ann, Thanks for the honour of knowing you. You never question why, you're just there to help all who need you. Your unquestioned loyalty, which you, Ruth and myself can keep between us is amazing. You have been a star for Ruth and I really thank you for t

£50.00

+ £12.50 GiftAid

Ruth Harper

28/04/2017

Ann knows what she means to me. Thank you for being my special friend. Love Always Ruth xx

    Thoughts

    We may not be sisters by birth but somewhere deep within me I feel I have known Ann forever, a true sister, FOREVER. Missing you terribly Ann. Love at Christmas and always. Ruth xxx

    Added by Ruth Harper - 18/12/2017


    So sad to lose Ann. My first and forever true friend since we were 5 years old. We had some amazing fun times. Always in my heart. Love Denise. xxx

    Added by Denise Parrinder - 11/05/2017


    Ann it was a privilege to have worked with you and have you as a friend. You will be sadly missed. Love Sally xx

    Added by Sally Booker - 04/05/2017


    Ann, It was a pleasure working with you. Fiona

    Added by Fiona Holmes - 03/05/2017


    Ann was always a pleasure to have as a neighbour. She always greeted with a smile and asked how you were. I also had the pleasure sitting on Storth Park's Management committee with Ann. Her contribution to maintaining the development was immeasurable. Ann will be greatly missed but never forgotten.

    Added by Mark Egglestone - 03/05/2017


    What a beautiful send off today. Ann would have been proud. Thank you for all your thoughts, kind words and contributions.

    Added by Ruth Harper - 03/05/2017


    Ann a real lady, she felt it was her duty in life to help others and she certainly achieved it with grace and good manners to everyone she met. It has been a pleasure for me to have Ann in my life. Ann will be missed but never forgotten.

    Added by Diane Jepson - 03/05/2017


    Ann was so dedicated and took work seriously. Nothing was too much trouble but she also had the ability to make you laugh, which was often. A couple of examples being the Lobster Thermidor incident which others in the department will remember and the time she went to a Home Office meeting in odd shoes! Ann, you will be so missed by many people. God bless. Jo x

    Added by Jo Goddard - 02/05/2017


    I would like to ask everyone who knew Ann to Remember her in your hearts, your thoughts, and your memories as if you always think of her, she will never be gone!

    Added by Ruth Harper - 02/05/2017


    What a star to work with!Ann was such a kind,patient, lovely person.she was my rock when I first started in Recruiting.we did laugh a lot....its such a privilege to have known her.she will be missed so much.

    Added by Anita Mckenzie - 02/05/2017


    "What a lovely afternoon for a walk on the beach" was the comment Ann attached to the picture of Scarborough below taken a year ago tomorrow! So glad we were able to take her back there. Love Ruth & Keith xx

    Added by Ruth Harper - 30/04/2017


    Ann, one of the most thoughtful ladies you could wish to meet, always put others first, - a pleasure to have got to know you x

    Added by Ian Cox - 30/04/2017


    It was a pleasure to meet Ann who was in the next bed to our mother Maureen whom also fell to sleep 2 days after Ann. Also to find out we both worked in the same organisation. I am sure she will be sadly missed by many but her memory will live on x

    Added by Lee Ashton - 29/04/2017


    As we journey through life, we meet people and feel privileged to have known them, I am lucky enough to say it was MY privilege to work with and have had the friendship of Ann. Thank you Ann for your genuine warmth and kindness. You will always be remembered.

    Added by Annette Appleby - 28/04/2017


    I always thought a lot about Ann and know how special she was to my daughter. I'm sorry I can't be with you at the funeral but my thoughts will be with you. God Bless.x

    Added by Edna Pears - 28/04/2017


    Ann, Thanks for the honour of knowing you. You never questioned why, you were just there to help all who needed you. Your unquestioned loyalty, which you, Ruth and myself can keep between us was amazing. You have been a star for Ruth and I really thank you for that. For me just thanks for being you, once seen never forgotten. Keith x

    Added by Keith Harper - 28/04/2017


    Ann, or Jukesey Babes as she was affectionately known was the sister I never had. Love her to bits. Forever in my heart.

    Added by Ruth Harper - 28/04/2017


    Ann was my soul mate, my rock, the love of my life and my best friend and I will miss her terribly.

    Added by Frederick Jukes - 28/04/2017