It was hers, there was no input from anybody else as that’s how she wanted it be.“That was the type of person she was, thinking about others first as she did not want us to have to worry about anything.
“I think today went perfectly, everything Sarah wanted she had and I am so, so grateful to all the people who have helped give Sarah her wish- there is not enough thanks I can give.”A donation box saw mourners donate towards the Mummy’s Star charity which supported the Wright family during Mrs Wright’s treatment.
So, here get to know about their married life and children. Olsen and Wright first met in the year 2006 and started dating since 2007.
And East of England Co-op Funeral Services, on Oulton Road, Lowestoft, has offered to assist Mrs Wright and her family with funeral costs.
Mayor of Lowestoft and funeral arranger at the Oulton Road parlour, Nick Webb, said: “We would like to sit down with Sarah and her husband and find out what she wants in terms of a funeral as we do not think she should be fund-raising to cover the costs of a funeral.“She should be concentrating on her kids and family.”Lee Henderson, chief executive of the Marina Theatre Trust, said: “When we read the story in The Journal everyone at the theatre was inspired by the courage and bravery shown by Sarah and her family.
She is very empathetic, sensitive, gentle, and pretty.
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Director Joe Wright made a family affair of his new play, A Season in the Congo, turning to his mother and sister to create large-scale puppets.