Marian Veronica Obituary, Death – MARIAN VERONICA DAYCOCK On March 24, the sad news that Marian, a strong cancer patient who valiantly fought the disease and who lived on Joseph Street in Velindre, Port Talbot, had passed away was shared with the community on that day. Marian had been a hero in her fight against the sickness. The devoted friend of Arthur, who moved away a few years ago.
The much-loved mother who had passed away earlier, having outlived both of her sons, Neil and Keith, passed away again. Her passing was announced today. Both Mandy and Penny hold a tremendous amount of respect and admiration for her on account of the fact that she is Mandy’s and Penny’s mother-in-law respectively.
She is the beloved grandma of Alan and Neil, as well as the great-grandmother of Lara, Lilly-May, Jenson, and Jarred. In addition, she is the great-great-grandmother of Lara and Lilly-May. In addition to that, she is the grandmother of the children that Alan and Neil have had. a treasured sister of Cynthia and Dyfryg, in addition to Melvyn and Cridwen, who both passed away prior to her, and also a sister of Melvyn and Cridwen, who both passed
away prior to her. sister of Cynthia and Dyfryg, in addition to Melvyn and Cridwen, who both passed away prior to her. An aunt who is both kind and generous. Adorable. After her passing, Marian will be missed in a way that cannot be adequately articulated by anybody who had the privilege of calling her a friend and acquaintance. It is impossible
to adequately express how much her presence will be missed in this world. The wake will begin at the Margam Crematory on Thursday, April 6 at nine in the morning. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, April 6.
At this time, we are only accepting flowers for the immediate family; however, if you would rather make a donation in memory of Marion, you are more than welcome to do so in the form of a gift to the Baglan Lodge Nursing Home
Residents Fund. Flowers may only be sent by those members of the immediate family who are particularly close to the deceased. Andrew Akins, who is now serving in the role of Funeral Director, would be graciously receiving your sentiments of condolence and gifts during this difficult time.