The funeral service will be held at 2.30pm on Monday 22nd February at Mortlake Crematorium.
As capacity is limited, attendance is by invitation only, however the service will be webcast live and details of how to access this are provided below, along with directions for those who are attending in person.
WATCH THE LIVE WEBCAST ON THE DAY
Here are details of how to access the webcast of the funeral service live, starting at 2.30pm on Monday 22nd February:
WEBCAST VIA WESLEY:
- Click the button above to open the webcast page in a new tab
- Enter your Webcast Login details which are as follows:
- The Order ID: 78263
- Password: ufkdxvre
- Tick the box to agree to the Terms & Conditions
- Click the Login button
Once the stream has begun the video will load automatically.
Tips and troubleshooting (WESLEY)
If you go to https://wesleymedia.co.uk/webcast now you can see an example webcast so you can test that you are able to see and hear it.
If by the designated start time the video is still not visible we advise that you periodically refresh this page (this can be achieved by pressing Ctrl and F5 together).
For any technical issues on the day, you can call the Wesley team on 01536 314 914.
HOW TO GET THERE IF ATTENDING
Kew Meadow Path
Turn into Townmead Road off the A205 Mortlake Road. At the mini-roundabout, turn right into Kew Meadow Path. Go through the gates and park in the car park on the left hand side.
The crematorium building will be in front of you, if you walk under the left archway, there is a Waiting Room on the right hand corner and loos are on the left hand side. The ladies are in the small waiting area on the left, the gents doorway is a little further along from this room.
We will be looking out for you and will come to gather you all at the required time.
After the service we will lead you out to one of the small memorial gardens where you can stay and chat for a while.
Darling Barney, it was so lovely having you in our lives and you will remain in our hearts forever. Thank you xxx
You have always been an angel on earth to me my parents friend neighbour and godmother to myself our days out I will never forget small things I remember from your draft excluder across the door to the tissue box in your car you were ready for any occasion you were an amazing part of my life and I was truly blessed to have someone who loved me like their own you will be dearly missed
Dearest Barney, my friend, a pillar of strength, a voice of reason, always kind and never judgmental, how my life will change now that you are no longer at the end of a phone. I cannot remember any family event or any holiday when you haven’t been present. The memories, and the many laughs that we shared, will keep me going through the dark days. Thank you for being you. I will always be thankful for your great friendship. RIP my friend until we meet again.
Lesley Dziedzic Xxxx
Barney – you were my wonderful ‘adopted’ sister for over fifty years. We shared many happy memories and supported each other through life’s ups and down. You were the kindest, sweetest and most amazing friend anyone could wish for. You did not realise how well everyone loved and respected you. I am left with such warm and happy thoughts of you.
Dearest Barney – you have been a part of our family for so long, loved by us and by our children. We all have so many fond memories of happy times together. You will be missed by us all.
Tracey and Mark Venables and Katie – Rest In Peace x
God bless you dear Barney. We loved having you visit in Toronto and in England with Lesley. Rest In Peace.
To one of the kindest of souls with a wicked sense of humour.
Barney will be greatly missed by all who knew her. She graced our lives .
Always known to me as Auntie Barney, she was a massive part of my life especially when I was growing up she was my godparent and we had so many special days together and would always see her most weeks at my house for dinner which took Auntie Barney a little longer than everybody else, one day I asked her why it took her so long to eat and she told me she has 32 chews with each mouthful one for every tooth in her mouth also remember the days out in the car where I would have a notepad and write down all of the licence plates on cars on our journey and we would play how many cars are this colour or that colour, a truly wonderful loving person that I’m blessed to of had in my life and proud to call my godmother. Will love you always and forever and you will always be in my thoughts. I’m so glad I got to speak to you a few weeks back that conversation will stay with me. Love you Auntie Barney.
As a wonderful and trusted close friend you will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by both myself and Rik.
Dear Barney – You were the kindest, most self-less of people and the best dog sitter ever. You will be greatly missed by many. It was a privilege to have been your friend and you will never be forgotten.
Although Barney was my cousin, we only really got to know each other in the late ‘80s when crossing the Pond became more of a past time for me. What I must have missed out on by having not known Barney earlier. Luckily, Barney was not one to bear grudges! What wonderful memories I now have of the times that my wife, Maureen, and I shared together with Barney and when Maureen died of the many lunches, dinners and holidays we enjoyed together with Maureen’s family. Barney was always full of life, was elegant, fun and joyful. I am so lucky to have had her as a dear friend as well as a relative.
You were the most wonderful and the closest non actual relative possible! Our family have just been so privileged to have had you as so much a part of our wider family. All those many, varied and fun gatherings, holidays including visits to far flung places will remain with us forever.
With much love, Rupert