A GREENFORD volunteer, fundraiser and much loved neighbour is to be remembered at a memorial service.
Dorothy Angus lived in Greenford for 67 years, where she was known for her generosity and kindness.
She lived in Chinnor Crescent from Acton after marrying her husband, Eric, in 1937, before later moving to Ormsby Gardens.
She brought up three children and was devoted to her three grandchildren.
Son John Angus said: "She was very well known in the area. She never said no to anything, always helped out and reached out to anyone in need.
"She will be remembered for her honesty and devotion to her family and friends, but most of all for her generosity in offering food, help, and sometimes shelter to those who came to visit her."
As well as working at Howard's Fabrics in Greenford Broadway and Sanderson Wallpapers in Perivale, her main career was a 15-year stint as a ledger clerk for BEA, which later became British Airways.
When she retired she became heavily involved with activities at Greenford Community Centre, including joining the Greenford Townwomen's Guild where she became treasurer and secretary.
She also volunteered at a cafe in Ealing Hospital and helped raise large sums for medical equipment.
She moved to Hastings about three years ago, to be closer to her son. She died there on March 30, aged 93.
Her life will be remembered at a service at Holy Cross Church in Ferrymead Gardens, Greenford, followed by refreshments at the Royal British Legion in Oldfield Lane South.
All are welcome from 1.30pm on April 22.