We have offline and online Tribute Funds and each one remembers a special
person whilst providing important support for our work. Here in the garden you can view the websites of those online Tribute Funds whose Guardians have chosen to allow public access.
Alison Eadie died on the 4th August 2004 aged 50 after a two year battle with MND. She was a talented journalist and a much loved wife, sister and mother with a passion for tennis, birdwatching and walking. Many remember her for her kindness and infectious laugh.
Jacqui was born in November 1963, married Andrew Priestley in October 1986 after graduating from Cambridge. Jacqui was diagnosed with MND/ALS in March 2010 and died in October 2011. She leaves three sons and one grandson.
Welcome to the Chris Hall Pink Coffin Tribute Fund. So far the total raised for the Motor Neurone Disease Association is over £50,000. Andy and I are running the Great North Run in two weeks time and hope to raise more funds for MND. Please sponsor us and remember to name the Chris Hall Tribute Fund on the MNDA Making Your Donation Link. THANKS! x
Carol was a fantastic wife, wonderful mother and great friend to many. Taken from us all too early she is much loved and will always be remembered by her friends and family.
Thanks for visiting this site. We invite you to add your memories and help us remember all the great times we shared.
Alex was just Alex.We all loved him and his company."He smiled readily and frequently. He had time for others. He was helpful. He was patient. He kept his word. He thought creatively and acted quickly. He behaved with courage and determination. He was a colleague one could happily call friend.
Mary Lesbirel was born in Liverpool on January 19, 1948. She was a kind hearted inspirational mum, daughter, friend and sister and is missed every single day by her children the many people whos lives she touched.
Nic was really brilliant when he was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease in February 2007.
He adopted a very positive attitude, & he wanted to carry on doing walks for as long as possible, see friends & family as much as possible, & go to work for as long as possible.
We have set up this tribute fund in loving memory of Jacqui Jenkins. Much loved by all her friends and family. Admired for the dignity and sense of humour with which she faced this awful illness. Loved and always missed.
This site is a tribute to Annina Paeschel, the most generous, kind, compassionate and loving mother. She lived with Motor Neurone Disease for just 9 months before she sadly died, aged 39, in November 2008. She is much loved, deeply missed every day and will always be remembered.
I was diagnosed on 19th July 2019. I have been retired for about 12 months - for the last 15 years I have been a Methodist Minister, for the previous 30 years an Accountant. My wife is Ann and we have been married for 42 years, we have 2 grown up and married children living locally.
Born in Bridlington, East Yorkshire on January 8th 1942, Jim was a keen sports fan and huge supporter of Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club. He was also a keen lover of music, with a particular passion for music from the 1950's and 1960's. His favourite singer was undoubtedly the American balladeer, Johnny Mathis.
John was born in Ireland on August 22, 1945 and passed away on 1st May 2008.
A formidable salesman who could sell snow to the eskimos. A quiet man who always spoke his mind but was always fair He loved his family, friends, good music, fun and sport of any kind.
A South London boy, a Royal Air Force serviceman, a dancer, a photographer, a salesman and businessman, a tennis player and coach, a hiker, a chef, a life-long Chelsea Football Club supporter, a lovi...
Rebecca (Becky) Dickenson was born on September 11, 1950. Becky was a loving mother of three children, Alex, Kate and Charlie and was happily married to Peter for 29 years. Sadly, she passed away on September 4th 2003 having suffered with Motor Neurone Disease.
Joan Roby was born on November 11, 1957. She is much loved and will always be remembered by all her friends and family.
Especially by her husband Keith, her mother Edith, her children Danny, Vicky and Becky and her 5 grandchildren.
This site is a tribute to Ros, wife, mum, sister, mother in law, nan, who was born in Tynemouth on June 09, 1947. She is much loved and will always be remembered by all her family who sadly passed away following her brave battle with MND. xx
This site is a tribute to Safiur Choudhury, our beloved father, who was born in India on October 18, 1961. He lost his battle with MND on the 3rd of December 2017. He is much loved and will always be remembered.
My Mum, brother and myself have created this fund as a memorial to Dad and hope that any contributions made in Dad's name to the Motor Neurone Disease Association, will eventually lead to a cure for ...
TONY WHEATON was born in North Devon on 4th August 1938. He is much loved Husband Father & Grandfather whom was sadly diagnosed with MND December 2010, He was truly brave thoughout the last 7 months of his life, never once complaining about the disease, always smiling and giggling with his Thumbs up to show us everything was ok!
Carol was born in Ashton-Under-Lyne, Manchester on December 23, 1964. Dearly loved wife of Mike, Mum to James, Kyle and Bec, Mum-in-Law to Samm, Nanna to Veronica Mae. Carol is much loved and will always be remembered by all her friends and family.
Our page for ongoing efforts to raise funds for MNDA, in honour of our friend Val. Val was diagnosed in July 2018 after nearly two years of symptoms. As of February 2020 she is still going as strong as she can, and has never
lost her sense of humour or quick wit, and thus far never even
This site is a tribute to Naith, who was born in Sutton Coldfield on November 18, 1958. He is much loved and will always be remembered for the family man he was, of course that family included the Villa...... not everyone is perfect!
Barbara Sweetser was born in Hazel Grove in 1945. She was only just getting to know her two grandchildren and was sadly taken before the birth of three more. She is missed and thought of every day by all of her family.
Julian Graham was born in Barnstaple, North Devon on May 02, 1965. We lost our beautiful, funny Big man in July this year. Lost is the only word to describe how life is since Ju left us but I know he is in a far greater place after bearing this devastating illness so bravely.
In 2018 I ran a 7-day foot race in the Alps with my wife. In January 2019 I stopped running, because I kept falling over. In May 2019, at age 43, with two school-age kids I was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease (MND, also known as ALS).I hope you never have to experience this disease.
This page is a living tribute for my mum.MND is such a small part of my mum’s story, she will always be so much more than someone who has been diagnosed with MND....My mum’s diagnosis has been a long time coming.... we have hit many many obstacles & have had a lot of unhelpful advice & care along the way.
Paul Stenning was born in Long Ditton on 1st March 1955. He was a much loved husband, stepfather, son, brother, brother-in-law, son-in-law and friend. He will live on in the memories of all who were lucky enough to know him.
Joan was born in Dagenham on 15 September 1938. She is much loved and will always be remembered by all her family and friends.
Joanie was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease in July 2010. This cruel disease consumed her and she passed away on Jan 2nd 2011. Any donation to the MND Association will be in her memory.
Colin was so loved - as a Husband, Dad, Brother, Son, Uncle, Teacher and Friend. We remember him as one of the most loving, caring, positive, optimistic, intelligent, enthusiastic, joyful and fun-loving people you could ever meet.
My dad knew how to make me laugh so much that the tears would be streaming down my face! We always had so much fun and he was so easy going. Our holiday in Florida was what he described as "his best holiday ever". Miss you tons.
Born in Sunderland, moved to London in 1937.Married in 1955, had 3 daughters, worked in London & enjoyed retirement until developing MG in 2002. Feb 2009 he was diagnosed with MND.He contracted a chest infection & admitted to Barnet Hospital on Sunday 14-02-2010.This degenerated to bronchal pneumonia & sadly he died Tues 16th Feb 2010 at 10.39 pm.
This site is a tribute to Mel Jones. Called home on 16th July 2018 aged 68 years. Beloved husband of Val and much loved Dad of Andrea and Lisa. Devoted grandfather to Jess, Joe, Sam, Molly and Matthew. Greatly admired brother of Ray. Mel will be hugely missed by all of his family and friends.
John Murphy was born in London on December 01, 1947. He's leaving us will leave a huge void but most of all he will be remembered with admiration for his strong morals, his passion for life, his enthusiasm, his love of music and the way he was able to talk to people.
This is a fundraising tribute to Ann James, loving wife, mother, grandmother, friend and wonderwoman! Ann was born in Liverpool and died at home in Heath Charnock. She was so very well loved and will always be remembered.
To celebrate Chriso’s life Koulla Andreou Mikellides (sister) and Patricia Land (friend and colleague) have set up the Tribute Fund in the memory of Chriso to collect donations for the MND Associatio...
Roger passed away suddenly on 12th February 2017, aged 72.
Loved and treasured by his wife, Yvonne, his children Tash and Toby, and his grandchildren, Marley and Monty. Will be sorely missed by all those who knew and loved him.
This site is a tribute to Maurice Sheldrake. Beloved husband of Julie, devoted dad of Luke and Amy, father in law of Guy and a loving brother and brother in law. He will be missed by his family and many friends.