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Primrose Tweed (née Hughes)

 

Tweed (née Hughes) July 9th 2023 peacefully at the Causeway Hospital, Primrose dearly loved wife of the late Bill, 118 Newbridge Road, Balllymoney, much loved mother of Suzanne, Christopher and the late Jonathan, mother in law to Siobhan and the late Raif and Mary and a devoted granny of Julia, Ramsay, Riona, Patrick, Clare and Matthew, a very dear great granny, sister of the late Buddy, Pansy, Bert, Cis and Iris and friend to many.

Cremation has taken place in Roselawn. House Private.

Lovingly Remembered.

 


Messages of Condolence


Sorry for your loss, thoughts are with you all at this sad time.

Elizabeth Connolly


So sorry to hear of Mrs. Tweed’s death, a true lady with a beautiful smile. Definitely a true friend to all. Will be sadly missed, condolences to all the family.

Pamela Pollock


I worked for Mrs Tweed many years ago, a true lady and always pleasant to all. Condolences to family.

Angela Campbell


I worked for Mrs Tweed and her late brother Buddy. I found them very helpful and always ready to help with any problems. Condolences to all her family, I am sure she will be greatly missed.

Mary McDonald


With deepest sympathy to all the family on the loss of my dearest friend. I will miss her very much.

Joyce Burrell


So sorry for your loss. Primrose was such a brilliant person. A kind, generous, fun loving and classy woman who became a good friend. It was always an absolute pleasure Primmy. I’ll miss you. My deepest sympathy to the Tweed family and to all those who loved Primrose in this difficult time.

Franc Vissers


Fond memories of our days at college, and our reconnecting in recent years.

With love Pauline Diplock


She was such a lovely lady. Thinking of all of you at such a sad time. Sending deepest sympathy and condolences to all of your family.

Alison Torrend


Thinking of Christopher, Suzanne, Siobhan and families at this very sad time.

Aunt Primmy was a Lady who will be sadly missed.

Gillian Beckett


So sorry to hear of the passing of Mrs Tweed. I worked for Mrs Tweed many years ago on a Saturday and in my holidays when I was at school and she was indeed a true lady. Met her a few years ago and had lovely chat and she thanked me for speaking. Thoughts and prayers are with you all as a family at this time. You will have many happy treasured memories which will be a Blessing. xx

Heather Curry


I have fond memories of Primrose Tweed when I worked for her late brother Buddy in the 1970’s & 80’s. She worked so hard in her bakery & coffee shop. Always pleasant, a smile, a chat & a remarkable ability to connect with everyone she met.

Deep condolences to her family

Charles Barr


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