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Jenny Green (nee Bunting) Died 22 December 2013

It is with much sadness that we inform you that Jennifer Green (nee Bunting) of Magagnosc & Goldhanger aged 62 passed away peacefully in the early hours of 22nd Dec 2012.

Jenny, dearly beloved daughter of Patricia, wife of Malcolm and much loved Mother of Nicolette, Joanna, Mark, Robert and Penny, and Grandmother of Thomas, Sophie, Jack, Matthieu, Josephine, Archie, William, Isolde, Oscar, Harry, Charles and Edward.

Jenny had struggled to resist the crippling disease known as MND/ALS/SLA/Lou Gehrig disease for some three and a half years. A disease that had slowly removed the ability for her to do the things she loved;  sailing, cycling, playing with her grandchildren and the things we all take for granted, walking, talking and eating. She has borne the disease with amazing strength and inner fortitude; she was an amazing person and will continue to be an inspiration to us all.

Funeral details and other information will be advised in due course viahttp://jennygreenchallenge.wordpress.com and other appropriate means.

Those wishing to make a donation to MND Research in Jenny's memory can still do so via her Virgin Money Giving Account.
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The Jenny Green Challenge Fund has been established by British wife and mother Jenny Green and her family to raise funds for research into the causes of and possible treatments for Motor Neurone Disease (MND).  Jenny suffers from MND, a progressive neurodegenerative disease that attacks the upper and lower motor neurones leading to weakness and wasting of muscles, causing increasing loss of mobility in the limbs and difficulties with speech, swallowing and breathing.  It is a terminal illness for which there is currently no cure.

Having been diagnosed with MND in June 2009 Jenny is already experiencing considerable loss of physical functionality and is dependent on a wheelchair for mobility.  Whilst for Jenny a cure is not possible she is determined to live the remainder of her life to the full and to raise funds for research into MND so that there will be more advanced diagnosis and treatments and perhaps even a cure for future sufferers.  To raise those funds Jenny will be taking part in a series of sponsored adventures and challenges.
  Please support Jenny and help her in raising money for MND research.

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