Dedicated to the memory of Maureen (Mo)

This site is a tribute to Mo. A much loved and inspirational wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, friend and servant to all.


This Tribute is supporting PEPE Amazonas children's work (Baptist Missionary Society) and Pancreatic Cancer UK.

Mo's Funeral

Funeral service is at Efford Crematorium on Tuesday 1st September 2020 at 1:15 pm BST, service strictly family only to due Covid restrictions. Please do watch via the weblink:

Service Date01-Sep-20 at 1:15 BST
Service ChapelChapel - Efford
Webcast:Live Webcast & Watch Again

You are also invited to line the streets to pay respect as the hearse and cortege passes by. The route will be:

On the day of the service the cortege will leave from 44 Ladysmith Road at 12:45.

Going via:

  • Queens Rd, Longfield Place & onto Greenbank Rd at 12:50 p.m.
  • Mutley Baptist Church at 12:55 p.m.
  • Emmanuel Church at 1:05 p.m.
  • Compton Park Rd, Lower Compton Rd, Blandford Rd & turn into Dartmeet Av, then onto Efford Rd. at 1:10 p.m.
1st September 2020 at 1:15 pm Efford Crematorium Efford Rd Plymouth PL3 6NG

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Maureen. I really hope you knew how much you meant to my family and what an honour it was to know you. I think I speak for many of the families from the Mutley Families Group when I say that you are an inspiration. You will be missed. Sending love and light to Stan and your children and grandchildren (who I know you adored). Love always Rebecca, Steve, Jack, Caitlyn, Ruby, Audrey, Leo and Arthur xxxxxx
Rebecca September 2nd, 2020
Hey Auntie Mo! I remember being maybe 6 or 7 and you talking me through a map of the world. It was probably at that point I knew I wanted to see it all. Every single country. You'd test me on flags (I got 12 out of 12 on a pub quiz round on flags recently and I credited you then), and you talked to me about Brazil, and South America. "Stan, Stan the ambulance man". "Carling Black Table". Birdworld. You were a big part of my childhood, and a big part of my curiosity about the world. It's been a while since we hung out. But I regularly think of you and Stan and the fun I had with you as a little lad. A friend of mine was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer last year, and we're doing a 100km charity walk for the Pancreatic Cancer UK next weekend. We've raised £10k so far. I'll be thinking of you the whole way round. Much love to Stan, Rachel, Liz et al. Thinking of you all! xx
Peter August 22nd, 2020
Thank you for setting up this memorial to Mo. We hope that you find it a positive experience developing the site and that it becomes a place of comfort and inspiration for you to visit whenever you want or need to.
Sent by Co-op Funeralcare on 21/08/2020

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