Gracewell of Edgbaston team members pay tribute to Head Housekeeper

Satnam Kaur, Head Housekeeper at Gracewell of Edgbaston, sadly passed away in July 2020 from cervical cancer. The team at the home wanted to pay tribute to her by showing how much they loved her. She is truly missed.

The photos were taken before the Covid-19 lockdown.

Satnam Kaur was a big part of the Gracewell family. She had been Head Housekeeper at Gracewell of Edgbaston since the home opened in 2015.

Jazz Lalli, Home Admissions Advisor at the home, said:

Satnam kept our home sparkly clean. But, it wasn’t just the cleaning, Satnam went over and above for resident and team member birthdays and always made that extra effort to make everyone feel special. She was selfless with all her actions and would work around the clock to make sure the job was done to Satnam standard. She was dedicated, bubbly and she always made time out of her day to make sure everyone else was happy. She was an amazing lady and will be dearly missed by our residents and team here at Gracewell of Edgbaston – she will never be forgotten.

Andrea, Senior Carer, Memory Care, said:

 Satnam, always had a smile on her face. She was a lovely and caring person, who would have done anything for anyone.”

Lisa from the Admin Team, said:

Satnam was an amazing Head Housekeeper. She was so loving towards the residents and team members and a great friend to me. I will miss her so much. Satnam loved Gracewell - we were a massive part of her life, she will be sadly missed by us all.

Deputy Manager, Becky, said:

 Satnam – such a beautiful soul, she really helped me settle into my new role as Deputy Manager, by coming into my office every morning with a lovely smile and a kind word for me. She is truly loved and missed.

Head Chef Carl and Head Hostess, Heather, said:

 Well, what can we say about Satnam. She meant so much to us. She was a friend, carer and sister from another mister. She cares so much about Gracewell that she still wanted to work while she was very ill even if she could only come and chat to the residents. When she walked into a room she brought the sun and laughter with her. She will be dearly missed and never forgotten.

Natasha, Activities Coordinator, said:

 Well, what can I say about Sat. You all already know that she was sweet, loving, kind, caring, generous and most of selfless, but what some of you may not know was how mischievous and cheeky she was. I miss her. Deeply. More than people probably know or think. When I hear her name, I want to cry. That woman has embedded her spirit, kindness, love and memory into my soul.

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