Dawn Jones

Service for Dawn Jones

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  • Anne Muggleton

    Sincere sympathy to Dawn’s family, what an amazing and lovely woman

    • Sue Monteath (1971 - 76)

      Thank you to Miss Reesfor all her work as a wonderful teacher and person.best wishes and condolencesto all the family.

  • Margie Slaughter

    My thoughts and sincere sympathies are with the Family.
    Miss Rees was a wonderful teacher and a very special person.

  • Patricia Reeve

    Miss Rees’ influence on my school years was profound – in French classes, Dramatic Club, and Chaucer House. I treasure my memories, and am so blessed to have been able to benefit from her inspiring example. My warmest sympathy to her family. We have all lost a treasure. Patsy Reeve (nee Shrapnel)

  • Roslyn Beauchamp

    Sincere sympathies to Miss Rees’ family. She was a wonderful teacher for us. We will always remember her. Miss Rees was my teacher for English, German, and choir. All the girls thought the world of her.

  • Amanda Boyce

    What a beautiful and heartfelt service. I am so sorry that I was unable to be with you in person but I was in spirit.
    Miss Rees’ influence on my life, and that of my family, will never be forgotten and she will remain an inspiration to me to always fly upwards. Love to all the family
    Mandy Mac

  • Janice Moody

    A beautiful service for a wonderful lady. My heart and prayers are with your family at this time Janice Moody

  • Sally Quayle

    I had wanted to be there today to represent the Quayle family, but unfortunately Covid kept me away. We all really loved Ms Rees/Dawn, most especially my mother-in-law Patsy. We send you all our love. What a woman.

  • Roslyn Davighi (McLay)

    I would like to thank Miss Rees’s family for letting us, who could not be present, to share in the celebration of her very long and full life. I was not in Chaucer but my memories of her French classes was that of great enjoyment and served me well in later years. A truly remarkable lady.

  • Doreen MacGowan (Crawley)

    A moving service at St Margaret’s Chapel for Dawn Rees, such a well loved and respected teacher. A boarder from PNG in the fifties, I was in Chaucer House and in her French classes, also “Merrie England” and “HMS Pinafore”. Always good to talk with her each year at the Old Girls’ Chapel Service and lunch. My sincere sympathy to her family. She will be missed.

  • Elaine Hosking

    What a wonderful service for an amazing lady. Fond memories of Miss Rees as my teacher at St Margaret’s during boarding years 1961-63 Elaine Hosking (née Cridland)

  • Kay Readdy

    I remember Miss Rees as an inspiring teacher – what a wonderful legacy she leaves. Sincere condolences to all those close to her.