Rose Cynthia Marshall

6th December 1926 to 21st September 2019

Cynthia lived and served God in Preston and Blackpool during her life She was a faithful wife to Alec since 1952, and was mother to her two sons, Stuart and Shane.


Margaret Worrell

Died 2nd October 2019

Margaret was born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and came to Preston as a child At 15 she went to be a shorthand typist and bookkeeper.

She met and married her husband Jack when she was 19 and had 3 children; Mavis, Margaret and John. In 1947 they moved to Beech Drive, where they lived for 44 years.

While she stayed at home with her young children, she had an active part in church life and later worked at the TV and radio shop on Beech drive. She was a compassionate and caring woman who looked after many family members when they were unwell and was incredibly hospitable to her family and friends. Even the local tramps were never turned away empty handed. Margaret loved music and encouraged many family musical evenings. She enjoyed concerts all around the area. Over the last few years she has been hampered by her failing health but still had interest and care for those around her.


Alec Robinson

30th April 1936 to 6th October 2019

Alec was born in Workington. He served an apprenticeship as an electrician followed by his National Service. He then worked at BNFL, training apprentice engineers for which he was held in high regard. for his good management andhis professional influence on training programmes

He was a keen footballer and when no longer able to play put time and commitment into managing local teams. He was skilled at DIY doing most of the tasks in renovating his family home and teaching others.

He was a quiet gentleman with a keen sense of humour.

He leaves his wife June whom he married in 1958 and two daughters


George ‘Sandy’ Sanderson


13th April 1934 - 14th November 2019


George was a teacher, sailor, and cyclist who spoke four languages. He studied subjects of interest until he became an expert in them. Most importantly he was a family man. He was married to Muriel for 59 years, shared his enthusiasm with his sons David and Ian and encouraged and supported them.