Book of Condolence: Areema Nasreen

This page is provided for those who wish to pay tribute to Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust colleague, Areema Nasreen,
who sadly passed away in the early hours of Friday 3 April.

Read the full statement from Richard Beeken, Chief Executive of Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust.

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amanda wood from community midwives wrote on 21/04/2020
My sincere condolences to Areema's family. Although I did not know Areema personally or worked with her I know that she will be missed terribly by all her work colleagues some of whom are her friends. Rest in peace.
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Cheryl from AMU wrote on 17/04/2020
Areema we worked together from when you were a domestic then a ClinicalSuppor Worker then you went on to do your dream job as a Staff Nurse. You were fantastic you were such a compassionate nurse and truly gave your patients the very best of care imaginable. Nothing was ever to much trouble you were always smiling, laughing your generosity over whelming.It is hard to comprehend that you will never walk on to AMU again and hear your infectious laugh. God bless sleep tight angel Truly missed. Sending condolences to your family XXX
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Raj Mann from Information & Support Services wrote on 15/04/2020
I never met you......never spoke to you........never worked with you........but that did not matter you were a part of the NHS family, so it felt like I knew you somehow, someway. You were taken before your time, but you will be remembered forever. Rest in Peace x
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Balbir Seimar from Walsall, WASUP Team wrote on 14/04/2020
Areema Nasreen. Areema, means incorporation, appreciation for people, love of music & the arts. High regard for nature, its mysteries & beauties. Certainly lived up to her name. Inspirational lady, mother, wife, sister, aunt, and daughter, who had so much to offer society, beautiful. You have left a wonderful legacy for your family.. Ameen
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Alan walsh from Walsall wrote on 14/04/2020
Thank you for your dedication to keeping us safe our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this heart-breaking time. RIP. You will never be forgotten ๐Ÿ˜ขโค
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Trish Griffiths from Breast cancer team wrote on 14/04/2020
Proud to serve in the same trust as you Areema, although i did not know you. The people that did know you have spread the word how caring and compassionate you were and how you touched there lives. You were a much loved young lady, a true nurse.
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ALISON JAMES from SRU/HOLLYBANK wrote on 13/04/2020
Areema, You where the most kindest person I have ever meet..Always a smile and just beautiful inside and out, I recall when you where a student with us, nothing was too much trouble for you.. You will certaintly be missed. May you rest in peace with the angels. Sleep tight sweetheart. xx
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Debbie Glasgow from Occupational Health wrote on 13/04/2020
On behalf of the Occupational Health & Wellbeing Team, we offer our sincere condolences to Areema's family and AMU colleagues. We are saddened by Areema's untimely passing but would like to pay tribute to her for the professional commitment she made to the Trust and patients she served. RIP Areema, gone but you will never be forgotten. X
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Shamima from Walsall Manor hospital (ICU) wrote on 11/04/2020
โ€Žโ€ุฅูู†ูŽู‘ุง ู„ูู„ู‘ู‡ู ูˆูŽุฅูู†ูŽู‘ู€ุง ุฅูู„ูŽูŠู’ู‡ู ุฑูŽุงุฌูุนูˆู†ูŽ Areema you were the most caring, compassionate and kind person I have had the pleasure to get know, I will miss you so much. I am so proud of you. May Allah (swt) grant you the highest rank in Jannah, Ameen.
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Nicola from Walsall wrote on 11/04/2020
I never knew you personally but may you rest in peace. Thoughts are with your family and friends at this time - may they treasure the special memories they have of you. Thank you for your commitment to the NHS and your kindness to patients through these difficult times.
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Hannah Gallier from Medical Ed wrote on 11/04/2020
Areema, you supported me when I was a student nurse on amu, having a good laugh on nights. Your smile was infectious and you were such a hard worker, Walsall Manor will not be the same without you but we will always remember you. Rest in peace beautiful Areema. Sending all my love to you, your family and friends xxxx
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Helen from Speech & Language Therapy wrote on 11/04/2020
My sincere condolences to your family who have lost a treasure. You were an inspirational person & my thoughts are with your family at this heart breaking time. May they have some comfort from knowing what a hero you are and may you rest now.
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Jezica from Ward 15 wrote on 11/04/2020
You will forever be missed, my loves. I will always cherish all the tears and laughter we shared when I first arrived here in Walsall. You have been a great friend and will always keep your memory in my heart. May your soul rest in peace. Enjoy the wonders of Heaven now. Till we meet again. xxxx
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Matthew Lewis from Walsall Manor wrote on 10/04/2020
Thank you for being a tremendous role model for all staff at Walsall Healthcare - you made a wonderful contribution and will be greatly missed. RIP
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Honey Antonio wrote on 10/04/2020
Rest in peace now my friend Areema. You have a kind heart that everyone will surely miss. Thank you for all the encouragements, kindness and good times during our shift in AMU.
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Parveen Begum wrote on 10/04/2020
May Allah give you Jannah alfardos, I didnโ€™t know you or met you but still I pray for you areema , may Allah Give your family Sabar.
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Steve Thomas from Rapid Response wrote on 10/04/2020
What an absolute pleasure it was working with you on AMU for many years, you were a truly dedicated, hard working and caring person, and excellent nurse. What a devastating loss, my sincere condolences to your family, RIP Areema.x
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jon Drummond from Phlebotomy wrote on 10/04/2020
very pleasant young lady during my brief interactions with you on AMU. Gone too soon. Rest in Heavenly Peace.
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abigail obia from ward 29 wrote on 09/04/2020
still cant believe it. remember having our banters by costa before night shifts. Beautiful soul gone too soon. May God grant your family the fortitude to bear your absence and may they be comforted at this difficult time. Rest well my dearest Areema
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