Maureen Bernadette Lawrence

  • Born: 4 March 1939
  • Died: 18 January 2021

Our Beloved Maureen, Devoted Wife, Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother

Thank you from the family for visiting our page celebrating the life of Maureen Lawrence. Maureen McManus, Daughter of Daniel McManus and Frances McManus was born in March 1939, Maureen the eldest of four, Sister to Frances, Tina and Danny. Growing up in the Manchester area Maureen (Moe) went on to meet her lifelong Husband Brian Lawrence whom she married in 1957. Working as a seamstress within the sewing industry life was to become a little more hectic in 1958 as they welcomed their first child Brian. Maureen went on to have a further 3 children Paul, Janet and Ian. Continuing her seamstress career from home whilst raising a family Maureen stayed local to the Astley and Little Hulton areas before she switched the sewing machine for GlaxoSmithKline, Maureen continued there up until her retirement, Maureen was a very family focused person and was very proud to have had Eight Grandchildren and Twenty Great Grandchildren. In 2001 Maureen relocated to Little Lever where she lived out the rest of her life, surrounded by the unconditional love of close Family and Friends. She will be dearly missed by myself, and by anyone who has been lucky enough to meet her. Thank you for taking the time to read this. I will love you always Moe Brian xx.

Our Beloved Maureen, Devoted Wife, Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother

Thank you from the family for visiting our page celebrating the life of Maureen Lawrence. Maureen McManus, Daughter of Daniel McManus and Frances McManus was born in March 1939, Maureen the eldest of four, Sister to Frances, Tina and Danny. Growing up in the Manchester area Maureen (Moe) went on to meet her lifelong Husband Brian Lawrence whom she married in 1957. Working as a seamstress within the sewing industry life was to become a little more hectic in 1958 as they welcomed their first child Brian. Maureen went on to have a further 3 children Paul, Janet and Ian. Continuing her seamstress career from home whilst raising a family Maureen stayed local to the Astley and Little Hulton areas before she switched the sewing machine for GlaxoSmithKline, Maureen continued there up until her retirement, Maureen was a very family focused person and was very proud to have had Eight Grandchildren and Twenty Great Grandchildren. In 2001 Maureen relocated to Little Lever where she lived out the rest of her life, surrounded by the unconditional love of close Family and Friends. She will be dearly missed by myself, and by anyone who has been lucky enough to meet her. Thank you for taking the time to read this. I will love you always Moe Brian xx.