Sophie Leanne Obituary, Death – A week ago, everything in my world was turned upside down. My beautiful younger sister, Sophie Leanne, passed away unexpectedly. I’m not sure whether I’ll ever be able to get over the fact that you left. We had a strong mutual understanding of one another and were there for one another through the highs and lows of our lives.
Laugh at each other’s expense when we wanted to be miserable and angry about everything instead. I’m going to miss you, Sophie, but I know you’re in good hands with Grandma and Great-Grandma, and we’ll meet again someday. I adore you so much, Sophie There is no adequate way to express how sad I am. My heart is breaking as I say goodbye to you, my dear sister.
Despite the fact that my heart was broken, the bond between us was stronger than diamonds or steel that had been made. And the anguish I feel from my loss cannot be matched by anything else. I long for you, but I have faith that you continue to look over me just as you did when you were physically present here. Your brilliance illuminates my sister, and I can feel your presence whenever I look around.
My dear Sophie will pass away on the 14th of November, Tuesday. Sophie will leave our home at 1.30 in the afternoon in order to attend the funeral service at St. Paul’s church in Colwyn Bay at 2 in the afternoon. After the service, she will be cremated. Because Sophie values customs so much, our household only wears black or other somber hues. Only flowers from family members