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We are sad to let you know that
Joanna Guise (née Rowntree)

died at 5.15 am on Friday 29
th of March 2019
following years of illness.

Joanna had been bedbound for two weeks, during which she was well nursed and in very little pain. She was happy to be at home and had the opportunity to speak with and hear from many friends and family.

It was her wish to be buried at Adel Quaker Meeting House burial ground, which holds some of her distant relations.

The funeral is to be held on
Saturday 13th April
at Adel Quaker Meeting House with
the Committal at the grave at 2.30 pm
the Memorial Celebration in the Meeting House at 3.00pm.
and will be followed by a funeral tea.

During the Committal, you are welcome to join with family and friends at the graveside (where there may be quite a crowd) or to attend the silent Meeting for Worship in the Meeting House.

Joanna loved colour in everything. In her honour, you are invited to wear something bright and beautiful on the day.

In keeping with her lifelong commitment towards friendship and community, it was Joanna’s special request that anyone wishing to express their feelings with flowers may like to give a special bunch to a friend, relative or neighbour in her memory.

To those many people who are unable to get to Joanna’s celebration, please join us in spirit by remembering Joanna for a few moments on that day.

Raoul, Samantha
and Genevieve Guise

Adel Quaker Meeting House,
New Adel Lane, Leeds LS16 6AZ

Car parking is available (about 20 spaces on the premises plus nearby streets). The Meeting House is located a few minutes by car from the Leeds Ring Road and is five minutes on foot from bus routes on the Otley Road and Otley Old Road.

Raoul Guise
37 Harecroft Road, Otley, LS21 2BG
01943 463351

Link to details of the Celebration of the Life of Joanna Guise

This can be printed as an A4 sheet ready to fold as an A6 leaflet.
Map showing The Quaker Meeting House in Adel