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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Lee wrote on 13/05/2020
So sad, may you rest in peace.
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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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claudia from ward 7 wrote on 09/04/2020
Areema you always had a lovely smile, at university and at work. rest softly now youre at peace x
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Sheila Bascoe from MLCC wrote on 09/04/2020
My sincere condolences go out to Areema's family who have lost a daughter, a mother, a sister, auntie and grand daughter. Words cannot express what you are going through but she has left a legacy and a reputation that you can be sincerely proud of, caring for those who really needed her. Walsall Manor has lost a 'family member', a colleague and a friend who will be remembered and in our hearts for a long time. Rest in eternal peace Areema xx
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Keith from Walsall Manor wrote on 09/04/2020
I never knew you personally but such a sad loss, rest in peace, thoughts are with your family and friends and thank you for your commitment to the NHS during these difficult times. We applaud you all.
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Shafaq Jameel from Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust wrote on 09/04/2020
Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Ilayhi Rajioon. My sincere prayers for Areema and all of her family and loved ones. She was truly a kind and caring person, and a wonderful colleague who will be dearly missed. This loss will not be forgotten, a true NHS hero. May Allah reward Areema greatly and grant strength to her family. Sending lots of love and prayers xx
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Viswa wrote on 09/04/2020
My condolences to the family of Areema. I do not know her personally but met her professionally in the AMU and she has been a dedicated and passionate nurse. Sorry to loose her young.
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Tracey from North community wrote on 09/04/2020
I first met you at uni , you were always smiling , which was contagious, you were a dedicated nurse a beautiful soul . Very striong beautiful inside and out. Thoughts are with you family and friends rest in peace true angel xxx
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Mohammed Nadeem from Walsall wrote on 09/04/2020
A great person and also a great mother to her children. May Allah(swt) grant her a high rank in jannah, ameen.
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carol Nyawo from nurse Bank wrote on 09/04/2020
rest in Eternal peace Areema. Walsall manor will really miss you. prayers to your husband and children, fly high with the angels xxx.
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Gail from Walsall Manor wrote on 08/04/2020
I never had the pleasure of actually working with you but i did have the pleasure of handing my patients over to your care from A&E. I cannot belive that this has happened to you, you were a beautiful person and an amazing Nurse! The trust has lost an inspirational person but God has gained 1 amazing angel!! RIP sweetheart, thoughts and prayers go to you family ๐Ÿ’” x x
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tracey from delivery suite wrote on 08/04/2020
i didnt know you personally but heard you were special and kind. may you rest in peace, a true angel. love and best wishes sent to your children, family, friends and work collegues at this sad time xxxxxxx
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Alison Phipps from Walsall wrote on 08/04/2020
Rest peacefully Areema. My thoughts and prayers are with your family, friends, colleagues and all who knew you.
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Andy H from Estates wrote on 08/04/2020
I wish to send my deepest condolences to your family and friends. From what I have heard and read you were a committed and compassionate nurse. May you rest in peace.
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Pam Bradbury from Non Executive Director wrote on 08/04/2020
I never had the pleasure of working with Areema, I too was a nurse and worked with many great nurses in my career but you will stand out for the sacrifice you paid to care for others with such professionalism and dedication. Sincere condolences to your family who I am sure through their grief will also be immensely proud of the legacy you leave.
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Sue from Lee wrote on 08/04/2020
Sleep tight Areema, it was a pleasure working with you when you were a nursing student in our community district nursing team. you were truly amazing as a student, embracing everything with all your heart. So sorry we had to lose you so soon, such a hard working and dedicated nurse, you will never be forgotten. Rest in peace.
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Rav from Health records wrote on 08/04/2020
My sincere condolences to the family, may she rest in peace very proud to state she was a very valuable member of the nhs team.
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Parm Chera-Japper from Manor Learning & Conference Centre,Walsall Manor Hospital wrote on 08/04/2020
Areema was a friendly and happy person who always wanted to develop herself in nursing. She was a pleasure to know. My heart filled condolences go out to her family.
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Othman Elghadi from Walsall Manor wrote on 08/04/2020
to Allah we belong and to him we shall return... I ask Allah to shed mercy on Areema and grant her high status in Janna amen.
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Lyndsey Allen from Community Continence wrote on 08/04/2020
I never had the pleasure of meeting or working with you Areema but can see from those who did what a dedicated, kind and caring nurse and person you clearly were. I am extremely saddened by the news of your untimely passing but alongside many others am extremely grateful and proud of you for all the care you selflessly provided to those whom you looked after. My wishes go to all your family and friends at this difficult time. Rest peacefully xx
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Amy from Pharmacy wrote on 08/04/2020
I never knew you personally but from what I've heard you were a strong, brave woman who loved her job with a passion. May you rest in peace and we will never forget you and all that you've done for Walsall manor Hospital.
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naheed from Palliative Care Centre wrote on 08/04/2020
Inna lilahi wa inna illaihi rajioun Deepest condolences to your family at this time You are and will always be an inspiration to many May your soul rest in peace and noor (light) shines all around you. A beautiful soul will always be a beautiful soul ameen โค
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Paul Assinder from Walsall Healthcare wrote on 08/04/2020
The people of Walsall are so lucky to have such dedicated and committed clinicians. Our prayers are with Areema's family and friends and the wider family that is our wonderful health & social care community.
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Kerry Hunter from Continuing Health Care - community wrote on 08/04/2020
Dear Areema, you will be missed within the nursing community. Dedication to our craft and to our patients. Rest In Peace Sweetheart. Sincere condolences to Areema's family and friends at this desperately sad time. we have lost one of our own. love always
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jodie simpson from walsall wrote on 08/04/2020
Such a beautiful and caring person inside and out. I can't believe that this has happened. You were such an inspiration to many. I remember all those years on AMU working together, which will forever be a fond memory, and such a pleasure to have known you. Dedicated to the end. My condolences to your family and friends at this unthinkable time. RIP angel โค
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Shakilal Abdurrehman from IT Field Support wrote on 08/04/2020
I like to pass on my deepest condolences to your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you in these difficult times.
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Emma Neville from H@N team Walsall wrote on 08/04/2020
From working with you as a CSW I knew you would make a fantastic staff nurse, you were always kind and compassionate to your patients and always went above and beyond for everyone you met.It was a great honour to have known you and worked alongside you Areema, may you rest in peace xx Sendng love and prayers to your family and especially your cherished children xxx
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Firdous from Walsall wrote on 08/04/2020
I didn't know her personally but i wants to pay my condolences and prayer to the family. May God always be with her children,give them strength at this difficult time. RIP Areema
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muhammed waqar from walsall healthcare hospital wrote on 08/04/2020
May Allah swt grant you a high place in Janna and may Allah help your family during this difficult time. A true NHS hero.
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Ibrahim from W Midlands wrote on 08/04/2020
May you rest in peace as a martyr to the cause. Ameen
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Kashmero Poselay from Russell's Hall Hospital wrote on 07/04/2020
Passing on my deepest condolences to your loving family at this difficut time Areema You were an inspiration to all who knew you, your dedication and commitment you gave as a nurse is forever in our hearts, you looked after my dad and I didn't want to leave his side, you reassured me and held me and gave me words of comfort I'll always cherish that moment Got rest your soul forever in our hearts, Sadly missed but never forgotten ๐ŸŒน
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Joanne Cooper from Willenhall wrote on 07/04/2020
You were so proud to be a Nurse and you were such a good Nurse. You cared for my Mom so well but you also cared for my whole family I will never forget you Areema. My thoughts and prayers are with you, your children and family. God speed Areema.
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Ian from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
I have genuinely shed a tear for Areema. She was incredible nursing my Mum before Christmas. She showed so much kindness and compassion. She made a real difference. She was kind enough to go and speak to Mum and visit her when she was in a coma even on days she wasnt nursing her. She would ask daily how she was, even when Mum left ICU to go to the next ward. Areema played a huge part in saving my Moms life and I will be forever grateful and forever remember her kindness and compassion we saw first hand. Thank you so much, God bless and rest peacefully. ๐Ÿ˜ฅ๐Ÿ’” our most sincere condolences to all of Areemas family and friends. X
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Elfredha Gonese from MRI wrote on 07/04/2020
My deepest condolences on the passing of Areema. Thank you for your selfless act and service. Thoughts and love to her family and friends. May you all find comfort in the memories of all the good and bad times that you shared. May her soul rest in eternal peace..Xx
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Sheetal Basra from Manor Hospital wrote on 07/04/2020
R.I.P Areema. Thank you for your hard work and dedication. Sending my love and thoughts to your family xx
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Karen & Paul Hill from Cheslyn Hay wrote on 07/04/2020
โค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐ŸผGodbless you angel ๐Ÿ˜‡ May you rest in Paradise ๐ŸŒŸr๐ŸŒˆ Big hugs ๐Ÿค— and Heartfelt love to your familiar this very sad time xxx
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Vicky from Walsall healthcare East 2 District Nurses wrote on 07/04/2020
Areema, thankyou for your sevice, I'm grateful to have known you. Walsall has lost a true hero. Sending my love and condolences to your family. You will be sadly missed โค
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Gracey from Diabetes Team Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
Sorry I never had the pleasure of working with you. But I pray that your family receives comfort from the Creator at this very sad and difficult time. In the words of Psalms 23 - may He 'lead you to beside still waters' to quiet and comfort your agonizing soul. May you be comforted in knowing Areena' chose to give of herself and served well! May she Rest In Eternal Peace. And may her children arise and call her blessed.
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Jane Longden from Walsall Healthcare wrote on 07/04/2020
Sincere condolences to Areemas family and friends and to her family of colleagues. She was a special lady who will be sadly missed but not forgotten.
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Lou McPherson from Walsall Manor Hospital CSST Team wrote on 07/04/2020
I didn't have the pleasure of knowing you personally Areema, but as part of the NHS Family I had to pass on my deepest condolences to your family and hope that during this difficult time they find the strength knowing how much you were loved. Heaven has gained another Angel , RIP
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heba yanny from anaesthetics wrote on 07/04/2020
lovely Areema your passion your dedication and your love are an inspiration for us may God rest your soul and comfort your family
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Prof. Rod Thomson from West Midlands Council Member, Royal College of Nursing wrote on 07/04/2020
Your sad loss to your family, friends, patients and our profession is great. Our only consolation is that you were doing the career that you loved and had strived so much to achieve. On behalf of the Royal College of Nursing in the West Midlands my condolences and best wishes to your family.
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Alison from Walsall Manor Hospital wrote on 07/04/2020
Such sad news. Thank you for all you did for our patients. Love to your family and friends at this sad time.xxx
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carrie- ann Wiggin from Rapid Response Team wrote on 07/04/2020
Areema you truly was a inspiration to us all, you followed your dreams and was a leader in our profession. Sending my condolences to your family. You will be sadly missed by all at Walsall healthcare.
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Mel from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
Sending my deepest condolences to all the family, friends and colleagues areema left behind. Your name will live on as a true hero taken from this earth helping others. Your a true inspiration to your profession. May you rest in eternal peace xx
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SAJEED from AMU wrote on 07/04/2020
Really hard to believe that you have passed away. Your work has been highly appreciated . May you Rest in Peace. Deepest condolences to all your family and friends
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Rani Virk from Medicine & MLTC wrote on 07/04/2020
I am sorry I didn't get to know you better. However, after meeting you on AMU when you were feeling unwell you spoke so highly of your colleagues on AMU saying it felt the safest place to be at that time amongst your friends - a second family. I would like to send my deepest condolences to your family. May you rest in peace. x
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Mohammed Zabair from Orthoptics wrote on 07/04/2020
Innah lillahi Wa Innah Elahi Rajioon. May Allah with blessings of his Luminous Prophet Muhmmad Sallu Allahi Wasalam bless you with the highest ranks of Jannah. Make your journey easy through barazak and give you a lofty place in the eternal world. Give your family the patience to accept this loss. Ameen
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Maureen from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
Thank you for all you did and the people you helped, you will be sorely missed. Thinking of all your family, friends and colleagues. May you Rest In Peace
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Johnson Tam from Walsall Manor Hospital wrote on 07/04/2020
True pleasure to have met and worked alongside you Areema. Very sad to have lost such a great colleague. Rest in peace. Sincere condolences to your family.
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Anna Paddock from out patients reception team wrote on 07/04/2020
so sad to hear the passing of one of our nurses # r.i.p Areema thoughts and condolences to your family.
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Amy from Walsall Healthcare wrote on 07/04/2020
Areema, what a hero!?.. such a beautiful soul, taken too soon. Thank you for your dedication towards the NHS and your bravery, we are all so grateful. Condolences to your family and friends. You will be very sadly missed.. Rest in Peace Areema Nasreen ๐ŸŒˆโค
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Lisa from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
There are no words that can possibly help your family and friends Although we never met you are in my thoughts and thank you for your selfless work. I send love and deepest sympathy to your family, friends and colleagues. The world has lost a very special lady, may you rest in peace xx
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Ana from Walsall Helathcare wrote on 07/04/2020
RIP Bautiful Lady. You are an ispiration to your profession. Prayers and Love to you and your family.
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chander shekhar from Manor Hospital wrote on 07/04/2020
Your story is inspirational, one of perseverance and unwavering dedication to patient care. May almighty give your family strength.
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Data Quality & Data Warehouse from Walsall Hospital wrote on 07/04/2020
Our deepest condolences to all of Areemas family, friends and colleagues during this difficult time. A true NHS hero may you rest in peace โคโค x
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aimee from walsall manor hospital wrote on 07/04/2020
R I P, thoughts are with your friends and family
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Naz Akhtar from Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust wrote on 07/04/2020
Inna lillahi wa Inna ilayhi rajioon., May Allah swt give your family lots of sabr. A true heroine, who has shown commitment and dedication to her work. a huge loss to your loved ones. lots of duas for you and your loved ones xx
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A Voice from Manor Hospital wrote on 07/04/2020
The sincerest and heart felt words of condolences can feel at the time of loss like falling snowflakes upon a battered foundry forge. For when the brightest star in your heaven has died and taken before her time nothing, especially words, can reach a heavy heart as it drowns aching into a painful void. But please hear these words: there is a great sincere shared sense of loss felt by all who knew her; and even by those who did not. I did not know of Areema but since working here at the Manor even I have felt the great emotional sense of loss that all members of Walsall Manor are experiencing. This truly shows Areemaโ€™s greatness, everyone knows of her journey to become More and Give more to fulfil her caring and nursing Dream and in so doing shinning a bright light wherever she went. She will live long in the hearts of manyโ€ฆโ€ฆโ€ฆโ€ฆ.
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GLENYS & NORMAN LOCKETT from MANOR HOSPITAL wrote on 07/04/2020
Our Thoughts are with the family at this sad time.A colleague who will be sadly missed
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Danielle Oum from Walsall Healthcare NHS TRust wrote on 07/04/2020
Such a sad loss to Walsall, Areema's positivity and commitment shone through and is greatly missed by all. Rest in Peace.
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Anthony Hoult from Cannock Community Stroke Team wrote on 07/04/2020
Such terribly sad news to hear of Areema's passing. Love to all of her family and friends. X
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Clinical Intervention Team from Hollybank House wrote on 07/04/2020
All our thoughts and condolences are with Areema's family and all those that knew and loved her. We are all saddened that we have lost one of our own. May she Rest in Peace xxx
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karen brown from stroke Rehabilitation wrote on 07/04/2020
Rest well Areema, we met at a Award ceremony six months ago glad I got the chance to spend the day with you and learn your Nursing story. thoughts are with the immediate family God as gained Angel.
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Mansoor Gazi from walsall manor hospital wrote on 07/04/2020
Still see her smiling face from when used to be working together on AMU. Rest in peace Areema. My deepest condolences and Best wishes to her family in this most sad time.
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Leonie Vaughan from Birmingham wrote on 07/04/2020
Sending sincere condolences to your family. Areema may you rest in eternal peace.
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Maz O'Neil from Derbyshire wrote on 07/04/2020
It truly was a pleasure to have known you Areema. One of the most kind, friendly and genuine people I have ever met. Deepest condolences to your family at this very sad time.
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Emma from Pain Management wrote on 07/04/2020
RIP Areema, so very sad. thoughts are with your family and friends at this sad time. x
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Jan Hearn from Stafford Stroke Team wrote on 07/04/2020
My thoughts are with your family. Rest in peace
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Ayan from Birmingham wrote on 07/04/2020
May Allah swt grant you Jannatul Firdous and lighten your grave. You were an inspiration to us and you will be missed. May Allah swt give your family sabr and imaan.
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Vicky from Dietitian wrote on 07/04/2020
Rest in peace Areema. Sending heartfelt condolences to your family and friends. You will be truly missed by all of your work colleagues here. May all of those that loved you be blessed with fond memories of you and may you shine bright in heaven. Thank you for all that you did for patients at Walsall Manor hospital and all that you did in your community. You have gone far too soon, you are a hero. God Bless x
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Sandie from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
Dearest Areema, you have touched the hearts of so many around the world. Your name will live on as a true hero who paid the ultimate price by helping others at this tragic time. God bless your soul โค My deepest condolences to your loved ones. RIP angel
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Paul Richardson from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
Thank you Areema on behalf of the hospital and staff for your commitment to patients.
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Linda P from Walsall Hospital wrote on 07/04/2020
My respect for the life you lived Areena,you made a difference by being the person you were.My deepest sympathies to your family ,rest in peace.
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Susan from Walsall manor hospital wrote on 07/04/2020
Rest In Peace Areema thoughts are with your family and friends at this sad time xx
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Tanveer Sadique from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
Areema you were loved by your family and colleagues and I am sure Allah (swt ) loves you even more as he has granted you a status of martyrs. May you rest in paradise and Allah grants your family Sabir-e-jamile Ameey
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amir khan from manor hospital walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
arema we pray to allah to grant you the best place in heaven.oue sympathies with your familly your sad demise is a big loss to yourchildren, familly members , friends and colleagues NHS has lost a dedicated selfless soldier in its fight. you have given an ultimate sacrifice in line of duty.you are a true martyr. you will be missed by all of us who knew you.
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Raj Rullay from Birmingham wrote on 07/04/2020
So very sorry for your loss, thinking of your family, friends and colleagues during this difficult time. May you rest in peace. xxx
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Terrie Guy from Walsall Community Nursing Team wrote on 07/04/2020
Areema, I never met you, but your strength, kindness and passion are remembered by all that knew you. Your gift to us all was your heart and you will be always remembered. My saddest condolences to your family xxx
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Cara from Walsall Manor - Procurement wrote on 07/04/2020
R.I.P Areema, my thoughts are with your family. xxxx
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Judy Sutherland from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
Condolences to your family and friends, RIP Areena, thank you for all that you gave to you patient's and people around you. Prayers for you.
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Paul Phillips from Walsall Hospital Trust wrote on 07/04/2020
Very sad to hear of Areema Nasreen passing. Myself friends and family are all very grateful of the dedication and care that Areema gave to our community though out her work at the hospital. Best wishes to her family in such sad times.
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Jenny Done from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
R I P Areema a very sad day when you left us my condolences to your family .
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Fast Track Cancer Services from WMH - Cancer Services wrote on 07/04/2020
Our deepest condolences to all of Areena's family. R.I.P
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Mohammed Teladia from Birmingham wrote on 07/04/2020
A selfless hero who has dedicated her life to the help of others. May Allah raise your rank in heaven and give patience & blessings to your family.
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ruchi from Manor Hospital, Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
Rest in peace Areema, you are a true inspiration to all health care workers. You achieved so much in your short life span. My best wishes with your family, may God give them strength and comfort.
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m rahoof from cardiology wrote on 07/04/2020
having been brought up locally and serving the public locally, you gave the ultimate sacrifice...my thoughts are with your children whom you leave behind so suddenly.
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Xanthi wrote on 07/04/2020
RIP Areena. My condolences to Areena's family x
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Ami from Walsall healthcare NHS Trust wrote on 07/04/2020
Condolences to Areema's family, friends and work colleagues. Nothing but praise for a wonderful colleague who will dearly be missed by all. Colleagues like Areema make me feel proud that I am part of Walsall healthcare. Thoughts and prayers are with Areema's children during this difficult time.
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Stacey Owen from Walsall Wood wrote on 07/04/2020
Rest in peace Areema, true hero x
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Amr from Farag wrote on 07/04/2020
Broken heart here. May Allah rest you in peace and reward you in the other world for your big sacrifice.
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Nicola from Cannock wrote on 07/04/2020
Thank you Areena, you are a true NHS hero. You have touched so many people that knew you and never had the joy of meeting you. Thinking of all your family, friends and colleagues at this sad time. x
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Diane from Walsall Manor wrote on 07/04/2020
It is so sad to hear that a professional colleague has lost her life to this destructive virus. My thoughts are with your family at this very sad time. May god grant you all peace โค
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Youssra from Birmingham wrote on 07/04/2020
I never knew you personally but am so saddened to hear this news. Thank you for your service to the NHS and may you Rest In Peace <3
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Ranjit P. from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
Thoughts and prayers with your family, may they have the comfort of knowing you were an Angel and now safe with Allah - God bless you x
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Millie Hollowood from Pharmacy wrote on 07/04/2020
Rest in peace Areema, sending condolences to your famly xxx
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Shradha from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
I didn't know you but you have touched so many souls and have left a beautiful legacy that will continue encourage and guide so many professionals yet to come. Rest in peace and may the strength of the love from all at Walsall and beyond give some comfort to your family and children xx
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Steph from Dudley wrote on 07/04/2020
RIP Areema, such a sad loss. My thoughts are with you and your family. X x
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Kayleigh from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
Thank you Areema for being a hero in blue. Our debts to you can never be repaid. May your love and light shine on your family and friends in this sad time. You paid the ultimate sacrifice looking after others; just know that you touched the lives of many and if it was not for you, others would not be alive among us. Rest easy xx
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Nirmal Kaur from Walsall Healthcare wrote on 07/04/2020
Rest in peace angel, a truly inspirational human being, condolences to your family
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Sandhya from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
So sad to hear the news. May your family's and friends precious memories of you be of some comfort. Huge loss. Rest in peace xx
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Sarah from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
Sending thoughts to your family and friends at this terrible time. Walsall Manor have lost a valued, loved and inspirational Nurse and friend. RIP Areema you are our Hero xxx
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Roz Geary from Dudley wrote on 07/04/2020
My heartfelt condolences to the family, left bereft from your passing. Your selfless attitude to your work is truly inspiring.
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Stacey from AMU wrote on 07/04/2020
Heart-breaking - my thoughts go to the family of Areema and her children. May you rest in peace beautiful..... Such a loss to AMU and Walsall Manor Hospital. RIP
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Cristian Prescornita from Walsall Manor Hospital wrote on 07/04/2020
So sad to hear this, May Rest in Peace, thanks for helping others.
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SANDRA DAWES from ACCESS wrote on 07/04/2020
RIP Areema - sadly missed by all your NHS family
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Saffy from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
Hey reems babi, this news has truly broken my heart. All i keep thinking off is your infectious smile and laugh and all the hilarious times we had on shift together. There was never a dull shift with you on it. I will truly miss you and I know you will be missed by so many people. You were an exceptional nurse whose career had only just started. But I know that AMU will continue to carry on your amazing work. My heart goes out to all your family and friends. Rest in paradise my friend ๐Ÿ˜‡โค
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Adam Lewis wrote on 07/04/2020
R.I.P Areema. Thank you for caring for the people of our community. You will be sadly missed by all the Walsall Healthcare family. Thoughts and prayers go out to your family and children at this sad time.
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DEb Kear-Brace from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
Heartfelt condolences to your family Areema. So sorry to hear of your passing. May you continue to shine bright in heaven, just like you did for the NHS xx
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Liz from Child Development Service wrote on 07/04/2020
I never met you but have heard what a lovely person you were and how proud you were of your profession. My thoughts are very much with your dear family at this time. I hope they find comfort in reading these messages of love and support. You are an inspiration to others.
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Greg Perry from Adult Communtiy Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
Such sad news. Condolences to her family. A hero to the NHS.
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Christine Jones from Blakenall Village wrote on 07/04/2020
Thank you for all that you did you were so very brave and my thoughts are with your family xxxxx
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Riz Ajmal from Birmingham wrote on 07/04/2020
My heart breaks for your children but no doubt you are now in a better place and one day as Allah swt promises, he will reunite you all. I never knew you but truly felt the loss. Inna lillahi wa Inna ilayhi rajioon.
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Charlotte from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
So sorry to hear this sad loss for her family, friends and everyone at the Manor Hospital. Areema thank you for all your selfless work with the NHS, a Hero through and through. God Bless xx
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Ashley Taylor from Walsall wrote on 07/04/2020
Rest peacefully. Thank you for your sacrifice Nurse Areema. Xxx
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Sarah from Walsall wrote on 06/04/2020
So sad to hear the news. Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un Deepest sympathies to the family. May Allah (swt) grant you the highest rank in jannah. May Allah (swt) grant your family sabr. May Allah (swt) protect us all and grant Shifa to those suffering.
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Sangeeta from Birmingham wrote on 06/04/2020
I have never met you, but I feel like I know you. You were an angel on Earth, looking after those who needed you so selflessly, and inspiring us all to do more. May your soul rest in peace and your spirit live on forever.
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Glen from Walsall wrote on 06/04/2020
Thank you areema, may Allah bestow upon you the highest of jannah... thoughts and preys to your friends and family ๐Ÿ˜ญ
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Michaela Gibson from Bloxwich wrote on 06/04/2020
For our tomorrows, you have your today. Our heartfelt gratitude and our sincere condolences. God bless you and all your colleagues in the NHS. We are staying at home to help to play our part. You are our hero ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ ๐Ÿ•ฏ๐Ÿ•ฏ๐Ÿ•ฏ๐Ÿ•ฏ๐Ÿ•ฏ๐Ÿ•ฏ
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Stefanie from Walsall wrote on 06/04/2020
Such a desperate loss for her family, friends, the health care service and the country as a whole.
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David Smith from Norton canes cannock wrote on 06/04/2020
Thank you Areema for everything you done in our brilliant nhs you worked and sacrifice everything for us I'm so deeply grateful for your hard work and determination in your roll your going to be sadly missed by all my prayers to your family at this sad time god bless you xx
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Paula from Walsall manor amu wrote on 06/04/2020
Fly high our golden angel, beautiful inside and out. Condolences to all the family xx
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adrian keen from brownhills wrote on 06/04/2020
A true angel, Areema you will never be forgotten. A lovely lady, a beautiful caring professional, you will be missed by staff and patients alike. My thoughts are now with your family, I cannot even begin to imagine their sadness, but I pray they find comfort and strength from each other and knowing how much love for you is here amongst so many of us. Rest in peace ๐Ÿ‘ผ thank you for helping others
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Tony Fox from CannonHillPark Birmingham wrote on 06/04/2020
So moved to look back to meeting your colleague Asreema Nareen with Prof Rashid Gatrad and will maintain strong support for all the work you are doing with staff and families of children or relatives - on behalf of all of us.
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Rita P from North London wrote on 06/04/2020
R.I.P. Areena, my condolences to your family, thank you for your service and giving your life to save lifes. A true NHS Hero.xx
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Sushma from Birmingham wrote on 06/04/2020
Gone to soon Areema. RIP.
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Aneela Asim from Nottingham wrote on 06/04/2020
Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un (Arabic: ุฅูู†ูŽู‘ุง ู„ูู„ูŽู‘ูฐู‡ู ูˆูŽุฅูู†ูŽู‘ุง ุฅูู„ูŽูŠู’ู‡ู ุฑูŽุงุฌูุนููˆู†ูŽโ€Ž, สพinnฤ li-llฤhi wa-สพinna สพilayhi rฤjiสฟลซna) is a phrase mentioned in verse 2:156[a] of the Qur'an meaning "Verily we belong to Allah (God), and verily to Him do we return."[1] The phrase is commonly recited by Muslims when a person experiences a tragedy in life, especially upon hearing news that a person has died. I did not know you but as a sister of faith you have taken a risk to help others and I pray that your children are looked after by the almighty, may your family have sabar( patience). I know that this time will be so difficult for them but knowing that Allah recalled you whilst you were working on a noble path will surely grant you a place in heaven, which we all pray for as Muslims .So many muslim medical staff as well as non muslim- have lost their lives continuing to save lives in the UK, our home our community - I hope people respect the hard work of the NHS and care staff by staying at home. May You you reach the highest rank in heaven. Prayers from a very very touched person in Nottingham x
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Susan Selvey from Ws99lj wrote on 06/04/2020
So sorry You lost your life to this horrible virus.Doing what you Loved helping others RIP Areema our Thoughts are with your family and freinds
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Chris Thompson from University of Wolverhampton wrote on 06/04/2020
It was a pleasure to be just a small part of your journey to become a Qualified Nurse. Your passion for Nursing and your determination was always obvious. So many people have mentioned it but your smile really was amazing. You were so humble - I don't think you realised just how talented your were. My heartfelt condolences, thoughts and prayers to your family and friends. xxx
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Chris Davis from Birmingham wrote on 06/04/2020
There are no words of comfort at this difficult time but in time, hopefully all these words with lighten your families heavy hearts. What we know is that the world was made a better place for having Areema in it.
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Ikkhra from Birmingham wrote on 06/04/2020
R.I.P Aleema! Thank you for service. My prayers and thoughts are with your family, especially your Children! Thank you once again โค
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Fatima from Birmingham wrote on 06/04/2020
I never knew Areema personally; however when I heard her story about being ill, I couldn't stop thinking about her. I prayed really hard for her quick recovery. Alas, God had other plans. May He elevate her position. May He give patience to her family and friends. Praying for her children too.x
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Pam Uppal from Birmingham wrote on 06/04/2020
RIP Areema, thank you for your bravery and service in the NHS. A true hero who sadly passed away protecting others. Truly heartbreaking, sending love to your family at this sad time โค๏ธ May you Rest In Peace beautiful angel โค๏ธ
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Stephen from Birmingham wrote on 06/04/2020
Deeply sorry to hear of the passing of a brave & dedicated NHS nurse. Sincere condolences to her family & may Allah bless her. RIP.
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Richard Clarke from One love community music and arts wrote on 06/04/2020
The sadness of your loss has left us numb. Your sacrifice in carrying out your role to care for us is and was nothing short of heroic Bless you and thank you .go now with love you shall not be forgotten
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Sharni from Walsall wrote on 06/04/2020
Thank you Areema for trying to save others, unfortunately you lost youre life to the thing you loved most taking care of others.thoughts and prayers to the family at this sad time.๐ŸŒˆ x
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Anbreen from USA wrote on 06/04/2020
Areema I personally didnโ€™t know you but to hear this sad news that you have departed this duniya & left behind your children brings tears to my eyes, May Allah swt grant you Jannat, May Allah swt unite you with your family in heaven, may you be among the martyrs Ameen My heartfelt condolence to the family & your beautiful kids. Thank you so much for all you did โค๏ธ You have left behind an example to your kids on how dedicated you were to your work, I am sure they will grow up to be just like their mum โค๏ธ
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Martina maguire from Oldham wrote on 06/04/2020
My deepest sympathy to your family at this heartbreaking time. Big big respect to you for giving your life to save others.May the light of heaven shine on you always Rip beautiful Angel xx
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Leanne from Oldham wrote on 05/04/2020
As a family our thoughts are with your family. Thank you for your service to our NHS. God bless you Areema , a true brave angel. Rest in peace Xx
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suzie from walsall wrote on 05/04/2020
Thank you for the sacrifice you made to save so many lives. RIP x x
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Dr Moses Murandu from University of Wolverhampton wrote on 05/04/2020
Areema, what a pleasure and honour to have known and worked with you during your undergraduate studies. That smile on your face was a symbol of your presence throughout the three years of studying. I recall times you would come to me with your research project for advice; you were always polite, gentle and humble, willing to learn and appreciated every help you received. I am still in a shock that you gone, it is like I am dreaming and I may one day see your face and smile again. May your family find comfort on what you died fighting to achieve, the comfort of others. You did it well and with honour. Rest in Peace Areema, you will be missed forever.
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Dianne from Brownhills wrote on 05/04/2020
A true angel, Areema you will never be forgotten. A lovely lady, a beautiful caring professional, you will be missed by staff and patients alike. My thoughts are now with your family, I cannot even begin to imagine their sadness, but I pray they find comfort and strength from each other and knowing how much love for you is here amongst so many of us. Rest in peace ๐Ÿ‘ผ
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sarah x scott from willenhall wrote on 05/04/2020
Angel on Earth... โค Angel in Heaven .. RIP Beautiful Lady.... May you Forever look down on all the People who You Helped and cared For... May your children and family be forever PROUD OF YOU .. ๐Ÿ’”
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Griffiths Alan Tonks from walsall wrote on 05/04/2020
so sad to have read this news as Areema was one of the many involved in my recovery frim Double Pneumonia,Sepsis and Swine Flu.She was always trying to get me to laugh along with her when i wwas in too.a credit to our NHS service.condoleces to all who knew her.
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Dayl from Northfield, Birmingham wrote on 05/04/2020
R.I.P Areema my thoughts and prayers are with all who knew you but espeacially your husband and 3 children. You will be greatly missed around the whole of the NHS.
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Pam Turner from Birmingham wrote on 05/04/2020
As a family we never knew you. Thank you for your service. A real angel. RIP xx
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Linda from Smethwick wrote on 05/04/2020
RIP ANGEL. THANK YOU ๐Ÿ™
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Ayesha from Birmingham wrote on 05/04/2020
Areema may Allah reunite your family with you in the gardens of paradise. May He give your family strength and sabr. May your status be that of a martyr in these troubled times.
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Zain from Walsall palfrey wrote on 05/04/2020
From allah we came to him we shall return Sorry for loss Harry Faisal All family ๐Ÿ˜˜
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Fiona from Walsall wrote on 05/04/2020
So sad you had to lose your life to this awful virus. My heart goes out to your family and children. Thank you Areema. For being you. X
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Julie Quinn from Brownhills wrote on 05/04/2020
I am so very sad to hear about the loss of this lovely young lady, itโ€™s hard to understand. I give my heartfelt condolences to her friends and family RIP gone far too soon xx
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Patricia Marshall from Birmingham wrote on 05/04/2020
You were a brave, beautiful person. The world is a lesser place without you. RIP Areema. Sincere condolences to your family.
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Rob till from Darlaston wrote on 05/04/2020
So tragically took from us being the hero that you are will always be in our hearts rest in peace hero superstar and angel.
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Stephanie Baylis-Crisp from UK wrote on 05/04/2020
I am so sad to read your life has been taken from you, I send my condolences to your family.
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Dawn Evans from Walsall wrote on 05/04/2020
Thank you so much for you dedication, service and love you showed to all. You are a hero may you be at peace xx
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Susan from MALVERN wrote on 05/04/2020
Words are inadequate at a time like this but I hope knowing that so many people are thinking of you will be of some comfort. What a tragic loss RIP
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Imran from Smethwick wrote on 05/04/2020
Prayers for you
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Suzanne from Burntwood wrote on 05/04/2020
God bless you . Sleep tight
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Yasir safeer from London wrote on 05/04/2020
R.I.P, Thank you very much for your dedication to your work. You are a hero for all of us. โค
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Rachel from Walsall wrote on 05/04/2020
Thank you for everything you've done to help others and I'm so so sorry your life has been cut so short. Thinking of your family during this time. The people who are working within the NHS right now, and any time for that matter, truly are heroes.
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Jahangir & Lima from Walsall wrote on 05/04/2020
Inna lillahi wainna ilaihi rojiun. May Allah s.w.t. grant sister light in the grave, expand her grave for him, and grant sister Al Jannatul Firdaus. I pray for the peace and blessings of Allah be upon the Rasul, His forgiveness for all believing men and women, and may He grant you the fortitude to bear the loss. Ameen.
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Mandy from Sutton Coldfield wrote on 05/04/2020
I met this fantastic nurse a few times last year she was so understanding when I was so upset after the news I had just received! She was so dedicated to her job! She was just a wonderful person and I was so upset when I heard that she passed away! My love and thoughts go to her family and her friends! Xxx
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Mr Fareed Mahamdally from Mauritius wrote on 05/04/2020
Our sincere sympathy to all the family and Areema will be always in every world heart as she concurred all the world for what she was. Here in Mauritius island we all are very sad and we keep loving all her family friends and relatives in our heart ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข
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ian jackson from Penrhyndeudraeth wrote on 05/04/2020
From a former employee my thoughts go out to all her family and friends at this sad time ๐Ÿ’”
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Patricia Kurila from Birmingham wrote on 05/04/2020
You were truly one of God's Angel's while on earth, now you are one of God's Angel's in heaven... Words can not express my feelings ๐Ÿ˜ฅ R.I.P. xxx
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Christine from Manchester wrote on 05/04/2020
I didnโ€™t know you Areema but I wish to show my respect my thoughts are with all your family and loved ones may you rest in peace and thank you for all your hard work ๐Ÿ’”
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Leo Khan from Walsall wrote on 05/04/2020
May Allah swt grant you a high place in janna for you Have made the ultimate sacrifice at this time of anorchy Your legacy will be remembered for years to come praise to the nhs for everytink they are doing so sad ๐Ÿ˜ข
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Isha from Hastings wrote on 05/04/2020
My sincere condolences to the family and friend at this sad time this is such a tragedy to young to leave their families and children they both done an amazing job helping with this pandemic and the families should be proud of them which Iโ€™m sure they are itโ€™s so so sad they passed away keep their memories alive and may be hey rest in peace gone but not forgotten ๐Ÿ’™โค๏ธ๐Ÿ’™โค๏ธ๐Ÿ’™โค๏ธ๐Ÿ’™โค๏ธ
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Ayaana from Birmingham wrote on 05/04/2020
Rest in peace Areema & Thank you for all your hard work & dedication. Lots of love too you and your family, Fly high beautiful โค๏ธ xx
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Nazmul from Islam wrote on 05/04/2020
Innalillahi wainna ilahi rajioon, May Allah bless this angel and grant her the highest of heavens, for she devoted her life by taking care of others now paid the ultimate price. I wish her family the best and continued patience and understanding. A true NHS hero.
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Muhammad Rizwan from Walsall wrote on 05/04/2020
Inna Lillahi wa inna ilaihi raji'un May Allah grant her Jannat Ul Firdous. Ameen This really shows the importance of Nurses but they are not shown the value and appreciation they deserve
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Eba from Birmingham wrote on 05/04/2020
Thank you so much for you dedication, service and love you showed to all. You are a hero may you be at peace xx
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Kath and John Hancox from Cannock wrote on 05/04/2020
We never met this beautiful lady but she has touched all our lives in some way and she will never be forgotten. We send our deepest sympathy to her family, friends and colleagues at this desperately sad time. May she rest in peace and we hope her family will be surrounded by love and strength to get them through each day.
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Tina Dennis from Staffordshire wrote on 05/04/2020
The dedication to your work and to all the NH workers I'm so sorry this horrible virus as taken you from your children and family R I P sweet Angel
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Seema from Tura wrote on 05/04/2020
RIP BEAUTIFUL x YOU ARE A TRUE ANGEL , GOD BLESS YOU FOR EVERYTHING YOU DID X
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Antonia wrote on 05/04/2020
I came across you in the hospital a few times. You was such a pleasant lady. Your family have lost their star and Nursing has lost an amazing lady. Fly high.
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Rachael from Walsall wrote on 05/04/2020
Thank you for what you have done for the NHS. Rest in peace.you will never be forgotten. Xxx
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Elly from Wiltshire wrote on 05/04/2020
Fly high beautiful Angel xx thinking of your loved ones at this sad time. Seems even crueler that you'd worked so hard to become a nurse, and succeeded last year, and now this xx so so sad x
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Linda from Staffordshire wrote on 05/04/2020
I'm devastated to hear this sad news, you made the ultimate sacrifice for your career, which I know you were so proud to be part of. You were such a lovely personal student Areema; always smiling, hard working and considerate of others. You felt so privileged to be a student nurse and you paid great tribute to your family who supported you in your journey. I know you felt you could not have achieved your dream without them. You loved your children and family so much and my heart goes out to them. You were an inspiration to your friends and family through your achievements and I am so sad you were taken too soon. You are in my thoughts and forever in my heart. Linda
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Raja khizar Iqbal from Walsall wrote on 05/04/2020
I pray Allah pak give you highest rank in janat ul fardos give family saber...
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Kim from Rugby wrote on 05/04/2020
We are lost for words, Areema, thank you for your humanity and sacrifice to help others. You were a stranger but now you are a hero.You are a credit to the NHS and a sad loss to them. Our sincere condolances to your family at this sad and awfull time, you lost a beautiful soul, who was talented and caring, send my condolences to your family and your children who will miss their mom so much. ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™ R.I.P
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Sarah. A from Walsall wrote on 05/04/2020
R.I.P. I can't believe you have passed away, especially from this terrible disease. You were a lovely person, who cared for everyone. It was a pleasure to no you, and to work with you on EAU in the days when we had so many laughs. R.I.P Areema never forgotten. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ˜ญโค
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Katie from Walsall wrote on 05/04/2020
My thoughts and prayers are with all your family and friends. RIP Areema such a beautiful person inside and out. Fly high and shine bright xx๐ŸŒˆ
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Michelle Whittaker from Birmingham wrote on 05/04/2020
May Allah give you patience
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Aisha from Oldbury wrote on 05/04/2020
Inna Lillahi Wa inna Illahi Raj'uni. Thank you for your service and sacrifice. May Allah grant you jannah and give comfort and patience to your family.
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Amanda Spencer from Birmingham wrote on 05/04/2020
So sorry Areema, thank you for all your generosity and selfless support for your patients and colleagues. May you rest in peace knowing that we are all so blessed to have known you. Xxx
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Paramjit from Birmingham wrote on 05/04/2020
Inna Lillahi wa inna ilaihi raji'un May Allah grant her Jannat Ul Firdous. Ameen.
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Hayley wrote on 05/04/2020
Rip. Thoughts are with you and your family.
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Khizar hussain from Walsall wrote on 05/04/2020
May Allah swt give you the highest rank in Janna. You will not be forgotten my sister you was doing an amazing job and you was such a brave lady I pray for your family at this difficult time and hope they stay strong
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luca from st albans wrote on 05/04/2020
rest in peace big heart - you will be remembered forever. god bless you โค๏ธ
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Laky singh from Wolverhampton wrote on 05/04/2020
So sad to hear the news that you have been taken you were an inspiration dedicated we had some laughs together. RIP Areema.๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™
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shaz from birmingham wrote on 05/04/2020
lost for words may allah grant u the highest rank in janna n may he give ur family lots of sabar its a shame u lft this world toooo soon a true hero for the NHS i salute u for ur dedication rest in peace gone but nvr forgotten
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Sally from Sutton Coldfield wrote on 05/04/2020
I am so sad and so sorry to hear that you lost your fight against this virus. I will continue to hold your family in my prayers. Thank you for all so did as a dedicated professional. Many you rest in peace Xx
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Bridget from Quinton Birmingham wrote on 05/04/2020
I didnโ€™t no you...you were such a brave lady...and you were taken from your family too soon God bless you and your family God Bless You ๐Ÿ™
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Ayesha wrote on 05/04/2020
Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un. I didn't know you but my heart feels broken upon learning about your passing. Such a beautiful lady and your impact on this world and precisely the NHS is clear. At only 36, you left such a big influence, more than most would do in 100 years. Your dedication to the NHS and helping others was clear for everyone to see. I pray I get to meet your pure soul in Jannatul Firdous. May God accept you as a martyr, and grant your family sabr and ease during this difficult time, Allahuma Ameen. Forever in my duas in sha Allah โค
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Doreen from Willenhall wrote on 05/04/2020
RIP, beautiful lady u always went above and beyond, my deepest condolences to her family and friends ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฟ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฟ๐ŸŒน
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Wendy Jean Buckley from Oldbury wrote on 05/04/2020
God bless you Angel Xx
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Clare from Northants wrote on 05/04/2020
๐Ÿ˜‡ rest in peace you beautiful soul. You gave the ultimate sacrifice trying to save others. I hope you have found peace and my thoughts are with your family. Thinking of all who have yielded to this evil virus especially those like yourself who worked to save and care for others. God bless thankyou for your service. Love Clare xxx
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Farah from Bradford wrote on 04/04/2020
May Allah raise you up among the shuhadah & may He grant your family family sabr. Aameen Our hearts & thoughts are with your family & friends Areema. Sleep well until youre reunited in Al Firdos with your loved ones.
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Kerry from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
I am really sorry for your loss she gave her life to protect others and I will never forget that she was brave and kind I just wish things havent come to this I pray for your family in this time and I really do want to say thank you for all that she did to help people
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Rachel salmon from Oldbury wrote on 04/04/2020
I too am a frontline worker news of your passing has filled the nhs with deep sorrow... we will continue to work as hard as we can in your memory... deepest thoughts and condolences to your family ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜
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Umm Fathima from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
Inna lillahi wainna ilayhi rajioun, From Allah we came and To Him we belong and return too. My condolences to the family. May Allah grant you a beautiful home in Jannah,may He shower you with love and happiness forever in the hereafter. May Allah grant your family patience and ease ameen
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Ruksana Nabi from Smethwick wrote on 04/04/2020
You left this world as a martyr my sister May Allah(swt) grant you the highest rank in Jannat al firdous ๐Ÿ˜ฅ๐Ÿ’” My heart aches ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ˜ฅ๐Ÿ˜ฅfor your children and your parents ๐Ÿ˜ฅ๐Ÿ˜ฅMay Allah give them sabr Ameen ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™
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Umaar from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest In Peace sister. You will always be remembered for your courageous work. May Allah SWT reward you highly and make your final resting place beautiful like a garden from paradise....Ameen
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Mohammed Ahad from Harlow wrote on 04/04/2020
Inna Lillahi wa inna ilaihi raji'un May Allah grant her Jannat Ul Firdous. Ameen This really shows the importance of Nurses but they are not shown the value and appreciation they deserve.
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Hussain from Lancs wrote on 04/04/2020
I don't know you, but my duas are with you. May Allah grant you the highest rank on Jannat, and give your family & children sabr, in'sha'Allah.. 16yrs of dedication too the NHS, saving lives, shame they couldn't do the same for you. ๐Ÿ˜ข
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Isabelle from Manchester wrote on 04/04/2020
RIP Areema. May Allah swt, grant you a place in Jannah and your family sabar. You are truly Shaheed.
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John Mccullogh from solihull wrote on 04/04/2020
It was deeply saddening to learn of the untimely death of such a dedicated and public spirited lady. Please send my sincere and heartfelt condolences to her family, colleagues and friends. She will not be forgotten, and her brave personal sacrifice to her country will not be forgotten.
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Sarah from Plymouth wrote on 04/04/2020
Iโ€™m so sorry this horrible disease took your life & stole you from your family & our nhs . Just want to thankyou so much for helping save lives while you put yourself & risk , there are no words for how grateful I am & how proud we all are of your bravery . Please rest now , god is with you we as as a nation will never forget you . God bless you & many condolences to your family we hold them & you in our hearts x
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Diane from Manchester wrote on 04/04/2020
I am lost for words, rest in peace lovely lady. You worked hard & we all thank you
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Deborah Hughes from Aberystwyth, but Walsall originally wrote on 04/04/2020
Sweetie, I am so sorry for your children and family. All nurses everywhere salute you for how you did your job. Thankyou for representing the best of us, so sorry. Xx
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Kate bailey from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest in peace Areema, Thankyou for your dedication to help save others , I'm sorry this couldn't be done for you May Allah grant your family and children peace and ease during this difficult time. You kind and beautiful soul will never be forgotten, such a sad loss, taken way to young R.I.P Areema xxxx
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Tina from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
RIP beautiful lady, our thoughts are with your family friends and colleagues.
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Lynne Jones from Wordsley, Stourbridge wrote on 04/04/2020
Deepest condolences to all family and colleagues. Rest in Peace Areema. Thank you too for all your loving care.
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Stephen Wilkinson-Carr from Gloucester, England wrote on 04/04/2020
Your life mattered to so many people. You cared for us, spent time with us and helped us on our journey as we either regained our health or retained our dignity in death. I didn't know you but feel that our nation has lost so much and is less than it was now that you're not with us. I thank you from the bottom of my heart and honour you. Rest In Peace.
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Sue cattell from Tamworth wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest in peace you beautiful brave girl. God bless ๐ŸŒน
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Alisha from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
May Allah give her an easy and pleasant journey and shower blessings on her grave.Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un Qur'an meaning " Verily we belong to Allah (God) and verily to Him do we return.
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Hazel Bartlam from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
God bless you for all the love and care you gave people, ๐Ÿ™ may you rest in peace, you will never be forgotten โค๏ธ
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Camille wrote on 04/04/2020
Areema, thank you for your humanity and sacrifice to help others. You were a stranger but now you are a hero and we will never forget you. Rest in power x
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Tina from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
RIP beautiful lady....may you always be remembered for the hero you were.
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Claire Phillips from West Bromwich wrote on 04/04/2020
I may not have met you Areema. You are an inspiration to us all. Heaven has a new angel as you were to all that knew you.
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Paige Ferguson from Bloxwich wrote on 04/04/2020
Areema, thank you for all you did for the NHS. Gone far too soon, may you rest in peace. Thinking of your loved ones at this time xx
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Sara from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
May you rest on peace. God bless you. Prayers for you and your family.
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Manni from Willenhall wrote on 04/04/2020
Rip. God bless you
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Maxine from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Dedicated to helping others. Thank you for everything a life caring for others . Sleep tight lovely lady . Sweet dreams r.i.p
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Amiee from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
This is such sad news. On behalf of all my family we would like to say that areema was such a lovely lady and great nurse nothing was ever to much trouble for her and she always did it with a big smile and lovely manners. My nan was in amu in january and my nan loved her she always said to us she was her favourite nurse and she was very helpful and looked after her all the time. My thoughts are with her family at this heartbreaking time but heaven has gained a very beautiful angel
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Charlotte from Willenhall wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for all of the care, kindness and compassion that you gave to your patients. Such sad news. Rest in Peace Areema. Sending lots of love to your family. X๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ‘ผ๐Ÿ™
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Tracey from Wednesbury wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest in peace angel fly high ure a credit to the nhs sad loss to them.and ure family xx
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Karen Willey from Sexual Health Dept wrote on 04/04/2020
I never knew you but are so sorry you lost your fight for life. I send my condolences to your family and your children who will miss their mom so much RIP Angel โค
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karen & terry clarke from oldbury wrote on 04/04/2020
Our sincere condolances to your family at this sad and awfull time, you lost a beautiful soul, who was talented and caring, our florence nightingale R.I.P angel, a candle lighted in your honour xx god bless
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Shazia from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest in peace Areema for you are now an angel and have received the status of a martyr Insha Allah May Allah bless you with the highest ranks in jannah and give strength to your family in this incredible tough time. I lost my father last week so I understand the pain they are going through. Fly high xx
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khalid Mahmood from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
Inna Lillahi wa inna ilayhi Rajioon May Allah Grant her highest rank in Jannah
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Bev wood from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
I'm sorry to hear that you've lost your battle to this awful virus when you was doing so well in recovering, sending love and prayers for all your family RIP thank you for dedicating your time and life for being amazing nurse , she looked after my partner before he sadly passed away aswell 3 and half years ago all my love bev wood xx
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Shabnam from Blackburn wrote on 04/04/2020
Inna Lillahi wa inna ilayhi Rajioon๐Ÿคฒ๐Ÿป
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Ruth Goss wrote on 04/04/2020
Heartbreaking, rest in peace beautiful lady
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Jen from Wednesbury wrote on 04/04/2020
Condolences to your family at this time. Thank you, God bless you at this time, fly high xx
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Afshana Khatun from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Dear sister you left all of us in shock, you dead helping other May Allah grant you jannah May Allah give your family sabr. I donโ€™t know what else to say itโ€™s to heartbreaking I have no words to express!
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Ivan Westley from League of friends wrote on 04/04/2020
.you served your society with love and compassion,. Your family who are hurting now,will be proud to say, My Daughter, my Wife, my mother gave her life to help others Thank you . God bless you and your family. Ivan Westley
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Sweera from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
May you rest in peace.Thank you for loving care. Our thoughts with your family
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Serena Chohan from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
We never knew you but you touched so many hearts. May you RIP brave Areema and may god bless your family especially your 3 babies. ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ™๐ŸŒˆ
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Miranda from Wednesbury wrote on 04/04/2020
A kind, caring soul, taken too soon, thank you areema for your hard work and passion within the NHS, you will be missed by many and remembered by thousands R. I. P thoughts are with your family and friends x
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Sabrina kauser from Dudley wrote on 04/04/2020
Inna lilahi wa inna illaihi rajioun I never knew you personally but your sacrifice for others has touched my heart. Your a true inspiration to others, so proud of you may Allah SWT grant you the highest rank in Jannat ul Firdous you have died as a martyr. May Allah SWT give sabr to your loved ones xx
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Paul standley from Bimingham wrote on 04/04/2020
God bless you. Itโ€™s wrong you had too pay the ultimate price.
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Aisha from Stourport wrote on 04/04/2020
You were an angel on Earth. You dedicated your life to the care of others. We can never thank you enough, but may your spirit live on in your family and friends.
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Rehana from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
RIP sister. You will always be remembered for your courageous work. May Allah SWT reward you highly and make your final resting place beautiful like a garden from paradise....Ameen โ™ฅ๏ธโ™ฅ๏ธโ™ฅ๏ธ
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Isma jan from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un may Allah (swt) give you the highest rank in janna
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Julie Roberts from Oldbury wrote on 04/04/2020
RIP Areema what a wonderful lady taken too soon condolences to the XXX๐Ÿ˜ฅ๐Ÿ˜ฅ๐Ÿ˜ฅ
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Shanaz khan from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
Inna Lillahi wa inna ilayhi Rajioon May Allah Grant you The Highest Rank In Jannah You Beautiful Angel. My thoughts & duas are with you & ur family at this sad time may u R.I.P Areema โค๏ธ
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Marg Daniels from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
RIP Areemaโค๏ธIโ€™m so sorry this virus has taken you away from your family, friends and your career! Thank you for your dedication. God bless your soul. Please God give strength to your family.
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Catherine Ward from Bromsgrove wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest in peace Areema xxx
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Zaitun Mutesi from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
May Allah reward for all your efforts and work. May God provide a shining light in the lives of your children and family. Rest In Peace๐Ÿ™
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Faisal from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
No words can describe how sorry I am for your loss. My cousin sister ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข
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Dawn crumpton from Oldbury West mids wrote on 04/04/2020
RIP. Such a tragic loss of a young life. Hardworking nurse. Really feel for your husband and children. And other family members. May you rest in peace. You will never be forgotten. Xx
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Natalie from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
So sad thoughts and prayers with her family at this difficult time ๐ŸŒˆ May your soul R.I.PARADISE FLY HIGH BEAUTIFUL ๐ŸŒˆ
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Chris from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
Huge condolences to the family and friends. Thank you so much for your selfless and loving work to keep us safe. You are the definition of a legend! RIP
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James from Oldbury wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for all the hard work and your service you gave to this country and the NHS, May you rest in peace
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Jillian Sheppard from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
We were very sorry to hear about Areema. We send our heartfelt prayers and condolences to her family x A wonderful and dedicated nurse x Rest in Peace Areema love Jill, Mark and Annie Sheppardโค x
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Gavin from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for your dedication and bravery.
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Lucy from Sandwell wrote on 04/04/2020
RIP you star ๐ŸŒŸ, ThankYou for being a hero & giving all your commitment to the NHS working on the frontline during this crisis. So sad that the virus took you so soon from your loved ones. Sleep easy Areema ๐Ÿ’
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Kim from Solihull wrote on 04/04/2020
So sad that a kind and caring heart has stopped. Although your children and family will be heartbroken they will also be proud that you were a part in their lives. You would have passed on your caring nature to your children to grow into caring adults. May you rest in peace. Gone to soon ๐Ÿ’™
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Susan Battisson wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest in peace.x Your name should be forever remembered, as is sister Dora.x
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Jeanette deery from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest in peace
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Tracy from Dalton wrote on 04/04/2020
What a dedicated lady so sad that she gave her all and she has now gone .. RIP ๐Ÿ’™
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Simon from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for the care you gave and for putting the health and well-being of others before your own.
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ehsan from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
Ina lillah hey wa ina elahey rajoun. So sad for such a brave sould. RIP in heaven.
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Kira from Birmingham Childrenโ€™s Hospital wrote on 04/04/2020
Your story has struck a cord with everyone I know within my trust. I am so sorry you were taken away from your loved ones and a job Iโ€™m sure you were so passionate about. RIP angel, youโ€™ll be sorely missed in your family and your NHS trust family. Your dedication to fighting this virus and helping to save those who had it will not go unforgotten.
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Rizwan from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
Inaa lilahi wainaa ilayhi rajioon, May allah SWT grant you the highest ranks of jannah my sister.
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Lorna from Great Barr wrote on 04/04/2020
You are an inspiration to all nurses May you rest in peace ๐ŸŒธ
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E Maullin from Wolverhampton wrote on 04/04/2020
RIP Thankyou for what have done for us all Rest in Peace xx
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Jayne Gwilt from Wolverhampton wrote on 04/04/2020
Bless your kind heart. Bless your children and family. Sweet dreams princess ๐Ÿ’–
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Rev Peter Spence from Oldbury wrote on 04/04/2020
We never met but your commitment and compassion for others is a shining light of the best of humanity, thank you and may you rest in peace. Also sending love and condolences to your family and friends.
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David from Sandwell wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for your service. Rest now, your duty is done. May Allah bless you and may you rest in eternal peace.
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Muhammad from Stoke on trent wrote on 04/04/2020
Those who help others and care others ,those people keep remembers for long time,and society must proud of them,I think these are legends indeed.
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Sheryl Anson from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
You dedicated yourself to caring for the people of Walsall. Thankyou. Rest peacefully Areema. ๐ŸŒน
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Mark Wiles from Fairbourne, Gwynedd wrote on 04/04/2020
Heartfelt sympathy to the family and colleagues. I was born in the Manor 57 years ago, and my family who live in Walsall have all had excellent care at the hospital. Having seen in the press how Areema worked so hard to become a nurse it's clear she loved the profession, and the hospital and people of Walsall. That she was taken by this virus is a tragedy beyond description. She is a modern day heroine in the great tradition of Walsall's other legendary nurse, Sister Dora.
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Joanne from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
You gave your all to do the job you loved. Heaven has gained a true angel. Rest in piece
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Sarah from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Can't imagine the loss being felt by your family and friends right now. A brave life cut far too short. Rest in peace Areema and thank you.
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Zaima from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Taken to soon may Allah grant areema the highest rank in jannah and may Allah give her family Sabar she did a great job in her nursing role helping others putting others lives first RIP
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(Moulana/Imam) Ahmed Salloo from Muslim Chaplain of Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust wrote on 04/04/2020
ุฅูู†ูŽู‘ุง ู„ูู„ู‘ู‡ู ูˆูŽุฅูู†ูŽู‘ู€ุง ุฅูู„ูŽูŠู’ู‡ู ุฑูŽุงุฌูุนูˆู†ูŽ Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un "Verily we belong to Allah, and verily to Him do we return." The Messenger of Allah ๏ทบ said: The best of mankind is the one that is most beneficial to mankind.โ€™ [Tabarani] SubhanAllah (Glory be to Allah), Sister Areema sacrificed her life for the betterment of mankind, we pray she is rewarded by Allah with the highest place in Jannatul Firdous, Aameen
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Emma from Darlaston wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for the years you put into the NHS, You are a hero! May you rest in peace, my thoughts go to the family and her 3 children and all her colleagues at Walsall manor at this heartbreaking time
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Carol Neale from Aldridge wrote on 04/04/2020
My Thoughts are with family children husband family and friends ๐Ÿ™โ™ฅ๏ธ
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Charity bullock from Kinvswinford (used to live and work in Walsall) wrote on 04/04/2020
I worked with Areema for 10 years on nights as a HCA. We first met each other on Kestal ward and worked on AMU. Many nights there would be Areema, Carl, Jackie, Sharon and myself on the same shift. We all exchanged many stories together and had an unbreakable bond. Areema was always the optimistic one, life never phased her she ook everything in her stride. Areema, Carl and myself always talked of doing our nurse training, it was our dream to become qualified Nurses. Years later all our dream come true. We did it together just like we always wanted to do. I Will never forget you Areema, you will always have a place in my heart. Xx
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Angela from Imaging Walsall manor wrote on 04/04/2020
You was so brave all very proud of you Fly high with the angels my lovely
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elizabeth meacham from brownhills walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest in Peace you beautiful person Thank you and God bless X
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Amanda from Willenhall wrote on 04/04/2020
Ahhh Areema where do I start my beautiful friend ..it was such a pleasure and joy to work with you and have the privilege to call you my friend. You fought till the very end my lovely and it's time to say goodbye.you were a fantastic nurse with so much compassion and dedication, nursing was meant for you, as you have such a beautiful heart and soul ...I dont want to say goodbye my heart is broken ...I hope you will look down on us and we will always remember you for the amazing woman you were god bless sweetheart โคโคโคโค
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Lucy Salisbury from Walsall Manor Hospital wrote on 04/04/2020
Areema, I trained alongside you for 3 years at university & watched you grow into the amazing nurse you became. I watched you graduate & knew how proud you were that you finally achieved your dream of becoming a nurse. You were the kindest, most loveliest person anyone could ever meet. You will be missed by all of cohort 116. Fly high Areema xxx
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Doreen irvine from Salford wrote on 04/04/2020
You paid the ultimate price for caring after others. May you have eternal peace and rest . So so sad x
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Mary wesson from Middx wrote on 04/04/2020
RIP YOU GAVE YOUR LIFE FOR US ,YOU ARE AN ANGLE ๐Ÿ˜ช SO SAD AND SO YOUGN BLESS YOU
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ghazala Razaq from walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
thank you so so much for keeping people safe.. may allah grand you heaven.. you will never been forgotten.. forever in our duahs.๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ’–my thoughts go out to your family and loved ones.. Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Ilahi Raaji'oon ๐Ÿ˜“๐Ÿ˜“
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Juwairyyah from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
The world is truly at a loss you were a hero and your 3 babies were really lucky to have you! Inshaโ€™allah youโ€™re at a much better place now and at rest. We wonโ€™t forget you x
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Clare Powell from Willenhall wrote on 04/04/2020
I didn't have the pleasure of knowing you but spoke to one of your colleagues last week who had known you from a young girl and had watched you grow up and fulfil your dreams. Everyday I prayed we would hear that you were getting better but this was not to be. Love to all of your family and colleagues at this devastating time.
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Sammy from Oldbury wrote on 04/04/2020
Wishing you eternal peace and love. So very saddened by this - your children and family will be forever proud - you are a true NHS hero . Rest in perfect peace ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’– xxxxxx
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Gail White from USA wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for your courage & professionalisms in these hard times. You paid the ultimate sacrifice with your life. Our hearts break for your family.
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Amy from Iver wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest in Peace ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ
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andy burnett from grimsby wrote on 04/04/2020
God as received a Angel he wanted you to carry on in heaven thank you for your service on earth thank you for working for the N H S you will never be forgotten R I P ๐ŸŒˆ
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Lorraine from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest in peace beautiful lady, condolences to Areemas family.
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Paula from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Both me and my sister had the pleasure of meeting you when our Nan was admitted to Walsall Manor Hospital. After chatting to you we coluld tell how much you cared & what a warm, kind, lovely lady you were, what an impact you made! We left the hospital that day with such a thankful feeling. With full respect from the bottom of our hearts.. Thank You for making a difference & the dedication you gave Love & thoughts go out to your family & all those you held close. Rest Well Areema x
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Sk from Slough wrote on 04/04/2020
RIP beautiful, heaven has gained an angel. Thabk you for all you have done to save lives
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Rosina from Berkshire wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest in Peace my sister May Allah grant you Jannatul Firdaus and sabr to your family and friends Ameen ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ
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Debbie Winwood from Gastro wrote on 04/04/2020
RIP fellow angel.. you gained your wings too soon. You would have had so much more to give but you will always be remembered for what you have given. With heartfelt condolences to your family and friends ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”
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Mohammed Abrar and family from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
May allah SWT grant the sister and all that have passed away Jinnah firdous.
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Marie from Cannock wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for everything you have done! RIP Thinking of all your family & friends & sending love xx
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Lucy from Darlaston wrote on 04/04/2020
R.I.P Sending my love to your family and friends xoxo
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Roopa Kumar from West Bromwich wrote on 04/04/2020
Working with you as a colleague was an amazing opportunity. Feel sorry for young kids behind. Traumatized ...
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Elaine from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Thankyou for your service brave Nurse Areema. I had the honour of working with you when we were HCA's and I admired your kindness and compassion back then . I remembered your lovely face immediately and your passing is so sad ๐Ÿ˜ช I send my condolences to your family , friends and wonderful colleagues at the hospital and i will never forget your sacrifice. โค
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Sb from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajiโ€™un, my heart is broken for your beautiful family, May Allah give them sabr. I saw you at Walsall manor hospital earlier this year, you had the biggest most beautiful smile, as the parent of a a student nurse, I looked at you in your hijab, uniform and your big smile and wondered if my daughter would have the same affect on people. I didnโ€™t know you but within seconds your personality struck me. Rest peacefully in the gardens of Jannah xx
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Helen Draper from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
A beautiful caring soul taken too soon. God bless you, Rest in Peace. My love and prayers go to your family xx ๐Ÿ’”
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Scott Burton from Willenhall wrote on 04/04/2020
To a dear colleague Areema. I was so sad to hear youโ€™d lost your battle yesterday. Sending lots of love to your family and thank you for dedicating your life to helping others. God Bless ๐Ÿ’•
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Harriet from Wolverhampton wrote on 04/04/2020
Areema you fought so well right to the very end, we are all extremely proud if you for what you have accomplished in your short life, me and Mo miss you greatly our friend. Until we meet again, we love you โคโคโค Uni L.E.A.P will remember you..!!
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Lorraine Diegnan from Wolverhampton University wrote on 04/04/2020
Areema was a fabulous student and an outstanding member of my year group 116. I am so saddened by her passing and send my sincere condolences to her family and friends. She was an amazing and inspiring nurse who always had a smile on her face. I was so very proud of her and she will never be forgotten, Lorraine Diegnan x
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Amara from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
May Allah SWT accept you as a martyr and grant you a place in Jannah. Iโ€™ve crossed paths with you a few times in hospital and you always smiled and I wonโ€™t forget that xx๐Ÿ˜ช
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Allah baksh from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
may Allah swt grant the sister highest place in jannah Ameen ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™โค๏ธโค๏ธ
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Ellen Saeed from Wolverhampton wrote on 04/04/2020
May Allah swt admit her in to the highest ranks of Jannah without account. May He shower His mercy on her, expand her grave and reunite you and your entire family in the highest ranks of Paradise. May He grant your family patience and strengthened imaan during this time. Ameen Thank you for working on the Frontline (NHS) you given you all to help others, sadly you Passed doing something you loved. May others take your words of wisdom and follow in your footsteps for the LOVE you had for your work. May you children always know how much you LOVE them and treasure the memories you had. May your Husband, children, family and friends and the support and love they need during this difficult time. Enjoy Paradise sweetheart. May one day you be reunited with your family Inshallah xxx
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Mariam Jawed from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Ohh Reema you have left a huge hole in our hearts. I still can't believe you have left us. I miss you so much. No Eid, No gathering, no day is going to be the same without you. May Allah give your parents sabr, Zia, Anaya and Ziyaan Sabr. I love you so much. RIP beloved ๐Ÿ˜ญ
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Khan from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
May Allah SWT grant the highest ranks of jannah ameen ๐Ÿ“ฟ
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rebecca from walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
thankyou so much for keeping everyone safe xx my thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends at this difficult time RIP Areema ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ
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julie from walsall manor ward 15 wrote on 04/04/2020
Areema you were beautiful inside and out so caring RIP Beautiful Angel you will be so missed x
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Carol France from Wolverhampton University wrote on 04/04/2020
It was a privilege to have been part of your learning journey, as you successfully achieved your nursing degree at Wolverhampton University. I hope that all the lovely words and shared memories expressed in this book, offer some comfort to your family and friends at this difficult time. You will always be in our hearts Areema. Thank you for your dedication. xx
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Tracey from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
God rest your soul...gone to soon thinking of your family at such a sad time x
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Tanvir Hamid from Manchester wrote on 04/04/2020
May Allah the most Merciful the most Kind grant you Paradise & thank you for helping those that were not well & trying to make them better.
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Hema from London wrote on 04/04/2020
Heartbreaking news! I knew Areema since high school and had the pleasure of knowing her! We have had many laughs together! We had only spoken a few weeks ago and you were telling me how happy you were at being a nurse! Wherever you are I hope you are happy and not suffering no more! God bless you! Will miss you! Fly high angel! RIP! Sleep tight xxx
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Iqra from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
A true hero and inspiration to many others out there. You dedicated your life to care for others and kept them safe and well. Prayers and thoughts with your family especially your children. May Allah grant you the status of a martyr and Grant you the highest rank in Jannat. Ameen
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Helen from N.E.Lincs wrote on 04/04/2020
you sacrificed your life to save others RIP
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Ali Hanif from walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
You my aunty have been made a martyr, risking your life to safe others, May God be pleased with you and make it easy for our family x
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Nighat from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
: Inna Lillahi wa inna ilayhi Rajioon May Allah Grant her Jannah
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Pam Seaman from Streetly wrote on 04/04/2020
You died saving others - the whole country is proud of you. Those left behind will be cared for and watched over by your family - friends - teachers - religious leaders - you and your family will always be be in our thoughts and prayers even when this is over ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป
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Adnan from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
I never knew who you were but you became a part of everyone's lives. So brave and courageous, I pray Allah grants you paradise. I pray your sacrifice is accepted and your children are given patience.
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Sarah hughes Amu from AMU wrote on 04/04/2020
You were not just a colleague you were my friend . We met when you were a CSW on AMU all those years ago I've watch you grow into the dedicated nurse you wanted to be. Doing a job that you loved and worked hard for , so kind and caring, you will be missed by so many . An angel on earth and now a angel in heaven Fly high beautiful ๐Ÿ’” Rest in paradise ๐Ÿ’”
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Asma from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
May allah (swt) grant you the highest place in jannah Areema. Ameen.I didnโ€™t know you but thank you for everything you did in caring for the sick. Condolences to the family and especially your three Beautiful children. You will always be in everyoneโ€™s duas. Gone but never forgotten โค๏ธ
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Bigzee from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Big big loss to the community
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Helena from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Areema I had the pleasure of going through senior school with you, that infectious laugh I can still hear it now, you gave your all for those in need, your an amazing person & may you rest in peace โค๏ธ Xx
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Claire Phillips from Wales wrote on 04/04/2020
You are a hero amongst nurses. Rest in peace.
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Dany Chaudhry from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Inna Lillahi wa inna ilayhi Rajioon May Allah Grant her Jannah
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Jo from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for all the loving care you have given xx rest in peace Areema xx
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Lesley Dews from Sedgley wrote on 04/04/2020
Such sad news. RiP.
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Sameena from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for keeping us safe Rest in Peace you beautiful soul
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Debbie Loftus from Willenhall wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for your commitment to the NHS itโ€™s a sad time for someone so young loosing their life to save others your family should be very proud of you may your soul rest in peace Amen Thank you once again from one nurse to another x
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Sarah from Aldridge wrote on 04/04/2020
Beautiful soul taken far to soon,RIP angel
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Claire from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
A wonderful woman who dedicated her life to helping others when they were in need I hope now that youโ€™ve been taken too soon your family and friends take comfort in realising that what you did didnโ€™t go unnoticed by the people that she had helped and continued to help until the end R I P areema x
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Fozia from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
You have left the whole world in shock. I am so heartbroken. You gave your life to help others yet we couldn't do the same for you. You will always be remembered. My thoughts go out to sister Areemas family. May Allah swt give you all sabar and grant our sister Areema a high rank in jannat. Ameen ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿคฒ
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Joanne from Devon wrote on 04/04/2020
We owe you a gratitude that can never be repaid. So sorry for your children
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Amrin Akhtar from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
May you rest in peace sister.๐Ÿคฒ May Allah swt elevate your ranks in the hereafter and grant your family ease through this difficult time. You are a shaheed.๐Ÿ™
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Bev Boden from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
As a parent I cannot imagine the pain you must be feeling at the loss of your beautiful daughter. Love and prayers for you all.
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Gemma from Wednesbury wrote on 04/04/2020
So So Sad R.I.P Beautiful Thinking Of All Your Loved Ones You Leave Behind ๐Ÿ˜ฅ
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Claire McCormack from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for your hard work and dedication through this terrible virus. Thoughts and prayers are with your friends and family. May your light shine forever. Thank you to all those you helped xx
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Jono from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Fly high with the angels areema thank you for everything you done to keep us all safe was a pleasure to have met you sleep tight x
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Adil Bashir from Burton on Trent wrote on 04/04/2020
May God grant her eternal peace and may he reunite her with her loved ones in the next life. Ameen.
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Maggie Grant from West Country wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for giving the ultimate sacrifice - your life - to save the lives of others. My thoughts are with your family at this sad time. Such a loss for them and your community. x
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Haroon from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Unto God we return as a mother, as a martyr, as an inspiration to others of selfless sacrifice.
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Kirsty from England wrote on 04/04/2020
Beautiful angel fought save lifeโ€™s and risked her own and sadly been taken u was a true hero rip
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Dawn Asbury from Walsall EAST 2 Community nursing wrote on 04/04/2020
Areema was with our team for a short period but made a huge impact on the nurses and myself, her life story Inspired us all. Areema you made your dream come true although short lived. Our thoughts are with your family. RIP a True nursing hero.
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Rebecca B from West Sussex wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for your selfless service โค๏ธ
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C. Cook from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Areema Nasreen, you paid the ultimate price for your dedication to helping others. May your sacrifice never be forgotten and may your family gain some comfort from these messages. You and your fellow NHS staff members will always be, and always were, the true, selfless heroes amongst us. Rest in peace beautiful young woman.
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Sarah Buckley from Wednesbury wrote on 04/04/2020
Rip to you beautiful lady so sorry for your children and family God bless you all โค๏ธ
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Mary Hicks from Willenhall wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest in peace dear lady. To the family, so sorry for your loss. She truly was a hero.
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Abiline Mcshane from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
Innah lillahi wa innah lillahi rajahun
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Hafiz f zaman from smethwick wrote on 04/04/2020
it is realy sad may Allah almighty give higher rank in jannah to our sister and give saabr to her family
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Rosalind from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest in Peace Areema ๐ŸŒบ Heaven has received another Angel ๐ŸŒบ Deepest Sympathy to Areema's Family, friends and work colleagues x You are all in my thoughts and prayers ๐Ÿ™
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Mneeza from South Yorkshire wrote on 04/04/2020
I don't know where to start this has sadden me and made me cry so much losing a mother that has 3 beautiful kids I just can't imagine the pain I have three boys myself and the thought of me leaving this world and being alone without a mother kills me deep down. I didn't know this sister but it's hurt me like I knew her or maybe coz I'm a mother of three and it hurts I don't know. May Allah bless u jannat my dear sister and forgive u insha'Allah may Ur grave be full of light bursting with the fragrance of jannat insha'Allah may Allah bless Ur family Ur parents Ur husband and Ur kids sabr and keep them strong knowing they mummy was a super hero alhamdulillah may Allah reward u for helping the sick insha'Allah ameen sum ameen u left this world knowing Ur kids are in safe hands u heard Ur husband's last words don't worry about the kids and u took Ur last ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข u and Ur kids and family will be in my Duas insha'Allah ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿคฒ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿคฒ๐Ÿฝ
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Kieran McDermott from Harborne Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
Areema, you have fought hard and batteled this unknows invidious virus for us and now you are in Heaven. You are a true British Hero! My sincere condolences to your family Kieran
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Carol Asquith from Wakefield wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts โ™ฅ๏ธ for you putting your own life at risk to save overs it breaks my heart to know you passed away rip beautiful angel xxx
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Aaron from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Areema...what can I say you were the nicest and most selfless person I have ever had the pleasure to know and work alongside. You were and always will be a great inspiration to all those working hard to become a nurse!! You worked hard and achieved you dream job and you did it brilliantly. Thank you for your kindness and friendliness towards me. Always remembered and never forgotten.Rest in perfect peace ๐Ÿ’”
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Ragvinder from Wolverhampton wrote on 04/04/2020
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, God bless you and them, thank you for your hard work and dedication, rest in peace.
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Joanne Steadman from Cheslyn hay wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest in peace dear angel. Thank you for answering life's calling to be a nurse. You werean amazing gift from God and are a true hero xxx
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Susan smith from Tipton wrote on 04/04/2020
My thoughts are with friends and family at this sad time. Areem I would like to thank you for dedication you showed to the NHS caring for others and putting yourself before others. You are a true inspiration to many people. Sleep tight angel rest in peace
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Ann Lane from Cleethorpes wrote on 04/04/2020
Sending condolences to all of your family at this very sad time. I didnโ€™t know you but feel both sad but proud of you for being a wonderful caring person who risked her life to save others. Thank you for caring about strangers and helping them . Sending love to your family and friends, and hoping that the knowledge of knowing you were saving lives when yours was so sadly taken away will be some comfort to you all. Thank you again for being a beautiful person inside and out. โค๏ธ. X
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Warren Parry from Norton Canes wrote on 04/04/2020
You gave your life protecting your country from this wretched virus. This country owes you a debt of gratitude that can not be calculated. Amazing and courageous woman, lest we forget.
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Hayley Allen from Great Barr wrote on 04/04/2020
My heart goes out to your family, you daughter was the bravest person , sacrificing herself to care for others. Much love to you all and my heart felt sympathy โค๏ธ
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Louise from Huddersfield wrote on 04/04/2020
Rip my thoughts go out to your family and your children, doing your job trying to help with covid and to loose your life with so much more to see. You will be known as a hero with your God for the work you have done and the sacrifice you made during this sad time. ๐Ÿ˜ญ
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Amelia Thornton from Leeds wrote on 04/04/2020
RIP Adeema god bless you for your selflessness during this virus my heart goes out to you husband and children iv seen first had the work you do as my father was in the manor hospital thankyou for your dedication to every patient xxx
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Abid bata from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
Lots of prayers and love to family.what a hero
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Saad Hussain from Glasgow wrote on 04/04/2020
May Allah bless you for your sacrifice. You are a martyr and martyrs are always alive. Thank you Nasreen , Allh bless you
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Benito from London wrote on 04/04/2020
We're very sad and will remember you in our hearts. You fought for us and has sacrificed your life for us. May you rest in peace. Inshallah.
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Sara from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
You were a shining light in peoples hour of darkness. You have been a true hero and will forever be remembered for you dedication and strength at a time of crisis. Sleep peacefully Areema โค
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Lisa Garratt from Outpatients Walsall manor wrote on 04/04/2020
Although I didn't know you personally, your story has inspired so many others. You were so determined to get to where you wanted to be. Heartbreaking to hear this morning that we have lost one of our own. One of Walsalls angels. Sending thoughts and prayers to all your family and friends at this devastating time. Sleep peacefully Areema xxx
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Jabran from Oldham wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for your service my sister may allah grant you the highest ranks in heaven, and give your family sabr. My duas will always remain with you.
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Jo Molyneux from Somerset wrote on 04/04/2020
Areema gave her life to save us. How can we even begin to say thank you? To her family, her children, I am so sorry that you have lost this wonderful human being. I do know what it is to grieve and my heart is with you. Jo Molyneux
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Mohammad from Luton wrote on 04/04/2020
May Alllah (SWT) grant her mercy and accept her into heaven as a Shaheed . She is our sister and we are so proud of her as Muslims. May the prayers of her children for her always be accepted. Ameen
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Jamilla from Oldham wrote on 04/04/2020
Angel. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผโฃ
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Farina C from Birmingham wrote on 04/04/2020
I didn't know you Areema but working for the NHS as a big extended family and simply from a fellow muslim sister this has made me sad for the family. You truly fought a great battle. May Allah grant you a place in Heaven. Heartfelt condolences to family.
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Salome from A& E Manor wrote on 04/04/2020
Gone too soon Areema, the only little time i have known you seems like we knew each other for a long time because of love, you were such an inspiration to many, so loving and caring person you were. my condolences to the whole family and all the colleagues from manor hospital, we have lost a solder, RIP beautiful angel Areemaโค
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Sarah Wiggin from Great Wyrley wrote on 04/04/2020
R.i.p beautiful lady thankyou for all you did for us at Walsall Manor you will be sadly missed. Thoughts are with your family xxx
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Joanne cooper from Willenhall walsall west Midlands wrote on 04/04/2020
You was just doing what you loved...Working for the NHS..you fought so hard until the end...sleep in eternal peace Areema... thoughts and prayers are with your loved ones at this sad time x
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Arshad Wali Advocate from Mirpur AJK wrote on 04/04/2020
4/4/2020 We proud of you. Thank you for your passion and dedication. Nursing has lost a true hero today. We Mirpuri Pakistani and our prayers are with your family. May they find peace knowing you lived your life doing what you had a passion for. RIP. X
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Julie from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
ุฅูู†ูŽู‘ุง ู„ูู„ูŽู‘ูฐู‡ู ูˆูŽุฅูู†ูŽู‘ุง ุฅูู„ูŽูŠู’ู‡ู ุฑูŽุงุฌูุนููˆู†ูŽ May Allah grant you peace and the highest abode in jannah. I am truly heart broken to hear this sad news. You looked after my uncle a while back and as a family we are truly indebted to you. May Allah reward you for your selflessness and your sacrifice. Ameen
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Wilma from Glasgow wrote on 04/04/2020
Such sad sad news thank you for caring the way you did fly high beautiful Areema you will Never be forgotten ๐Ÿ˜ฅ๐Ÿ˜ท๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”
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Haych from London wrote on 04/04/2020
Ina lilahi wa ina ilayhi rajioon. May Allah SWT grant you the highest status in Jannah and give your family Sabr. โค๏ธ๐Ÿ˜”
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Sue Rad from Essex wrote on 04/04/2020
God bless you and keep you.deepest sympathy to your family.
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Maria King wrote on 04/04/2020
RIP courageous lady, thank you for being there for our loved ones.
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Nina from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
My thoughts are with your family and children and all the staff at Walsall Manor. Thank you for all your hard work and passion. A beautiful smile and a beautiful soul. May you rest in peace โ™ก
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Fyza Ashraf from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
My deepest condolences to Areema's family. I pray that you are given the highest rank in Jannah ... my heart feels truly ๐Ÿ’”. I'm so devastated by this news, and had hope that you would pull through. I pray that ALLAH SWT gives your family the sabrr to deal with your loss. Thank you to you and all the frontline staff sacrificing their lives to save ours ...True Hero's X
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Susie from West Yorkshire wrote on 04/04/2020
Areema Nasreen, I followed your story since you fell seriously ill. I am so sad to hear that you passed. Thank you for your ultimate sacrifice to help others. Sincere condolences to your family, friends and co-workers. You will be remembered. ๐Ÿ’™
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Hasna Ali from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
I'm still shocked, I remember the days when we used to play together when we were little girls and sometimes you used to annoy me! Lol hearing all these lovely messages what a fantastic nurse you was shows what a lovely person you truly was. Condolences to your kids and family at this difficult time, sleep tight Areema โค๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’” see you on the other side x
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Nicola Heeley from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Thank you for everything you did. You will not be forgotten. Much love
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Helen and Alex Hawes from Staffordshire wrote on 04/04/2020
Sending our condolences to family and friends colleagues on this very very sad news. May you R. I P. Areema. You was taken far too soon a loving and dedicated wife mother daughter sister and nurse. This virus is so cruel. ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”
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Kristine Briggs from N. E. Lincs wrote on 04/04/2020
So tragic, rest in peace with the angels โค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธ๐Ÿ™
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Samiya from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Ilayโ€™hi Rajiโ€™oon. Thought and prayers with your family during this difficult time.๐Ÿ˜ž
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Phyllis Dunn from UHNM wrote on 04/04/2020
Rest in peace dear colleague in nursing. We hold you in our hearts in each caring moment For your family we shall not forget ever. From us all in CTS UHNM
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Helen and Alex Hawes from Staffordshire wrote on 04/04/2020
Sending our condolences to family and friends colleagues on this very sad news. Really hoped would pull through this vile horrid virus. Ammera Taken too soon a dedicated and passionate nurse. May you R. I. P xxxx ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”
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Bernie from Walsall wrote on 04/04/2020
R.I.P "Our NHS Angel" My heart breaks for your loved ones ,colleagues and friends who your Memory will live on through them I never knew you but you are what nurses are all about being kind & Caring And you sadly made the ultimate sacrifice putting your own life at risk to save others God bless you Walsall Manor have lost a True Angel ๐ŸŒน
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Kym Ypres-Smith from Smethwick wrote on 04/04/2020
Your sacrifice will never be forgotten. Rest in peace angel, and blessings to your family.
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Ave from Walsall wrote on 03/04/2020
R I P.you gave your all to help others.fly with the angels.
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Chris from WALSALL wrote on 03/04/2020
So sad to read this news. Areema treated mum in hospital back in October last year. She was always bubbly and friendly and would have had a promising career in front of her. Deepest condolences to her family and friends. Rest in Peace.
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Dianne Bester from Morecambe wrote on 03/04/2020
Thank you for your dedication to keeping us safe which has sadly led to the shortening of yours ๐Ÿ’” You will never be forgotten Areema Rest in peace โคโคโค
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Qadeer Ahmed from Maidenhead, Berks wrote on 03/04/2020
May Allah honour our sister, raise her, increase her in station, illuminate her grave, count her amongst His elect and special servants, grant her admission into Jannah without reckoning, accept her amongst the martyrs, and build for her palaces in Jannah which have been chosen for those most Beloved to Him.(Aameen).
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Ustadha Ameena Blake from Sheffield wrote on 03/04/2020
Peace to all of you, My deepest condolences to the family, friends and colleagues. We come from God and return to Him. I pray this lovely sister is granted the level of shahid, and she is granted Angels to escort her to the highest level of Paradise. I pray The Almighty grant her family and loved ones patience, Blessings and inner peace at this difficult time and protect and support, strengthen and bless those like her who are on the front lines. Ustadha Ameena Blake.
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Somia from Stockport wrote on 03/04/2020
Absolutely ๐Ÿ’” right now. Thank you for your passion and dedication. Nursing has lost a true hero today. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. May they find peace knowing you lived your life doing what you had a passion for. RIP. X
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Helen from Adelaide wrote on 03/04/2020
So sorry that you lost your battle for life may you Rest In Peace, condolences to you family, friends and work colleagues. Former Walsall manor nurse
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Elisabeth Smith from Wslsall wrote on 03/04/2020
It is hard to find the words to express the sadness i feel. I would like to thank you for your dedication to your work and to all the people you have helped. Thank you so much for beingnon the frontline. My prayers and thoughts are with your family at this sad time. A special person never to be forgotten.xxx
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King Shah from Birmingham wrote on 03/04/2020
May Allah grant you the highest abodes in paradise and give you and your loved ones patience in this difficult time. You are a real super hero and will be remembered for your selfless sacrifice for others serving at the NHS. May you rest in peace.
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Harlyn from Walsall wrote on 03/04/2020
You are a true inspiration to everyone. It just feel so sad that others wonโ€™t be able to witness how amazing and down to earth you are. We only met few times since we started our induction last year and from that little chat, it felt like we are closed friends already. You were truly an angel to everyone, all kind and genuine. You will be missed Areema, thank you for all your smiles, you can finally rest now, no more pain and sufferings. May your soul rest in eternal peace x Hugs to your sister Kaz and my deepest condolences to the grieving family. Sheโ€™s a hero.
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Denise Fraser from Walsall wrote on 03/04/2020
Areema a beautiful lady inside and out ,always a smile or helping hand for your patients and colleagues. It was a real joy to see you grow as a true carer from CSW to a Staff Nurse and to have been part of your journey as your Matron. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Rest in peace always x
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Eileen from Lichfield wrote on 03/04/2020
Rest in peace Areema. You succeeded in your ambition to become a nurse. It is so sad that you had such little time to practice your vocation. My prayers are with your family.
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Doris John from Newport/Wales wrote on 03/04/2020
I did never meet you, but it breaks my heart. God bless you and your family. May you rest in peace.
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Tracey from AMU Walsall Manor Hospital wrote on 03/04/2020
What can I say....My lovely Areema you light up a room when you walk in, your smile was infectious, you are a beautiful lady inside and out ๐Ÿ˜˜ from the first day I met you 16 years ago I loved you instantly....You longed to be a nurse for many many years, you worked so hard and made your dream come true....You will be missed on AMU you were a true team player and loved looking after people....Love you forever ๐Ÿ˜˜ RIP my beautiful friend....Thinking of your family and beautiful children right now xxxxxx
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Amanda Jayne Heath from Walsall wrote on 03/04/2020
My thoughts and prayers to your family, friends and colleagues at this time. ๐Ÿ˜ขxx
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Hayley from WALSALL wrote on 03/04/2020
My mum worked with you and said you were a beautiful young lady who everyone loved and cared for. You were such an inspiration to everyone you had a heart of gold l. You followed your dreams to the highest and everyone is so proud of you. Such a wonderfull young lady who has been take. Way to soon but you will never be forgotten. Sending all my love and prayers to all your family and friends. R.i.p beautiful angel ๐Ÿ‘ผ. Hayley and Julie and family xxxxx โ™ฅ๏ธ
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Ruby from Ward 17 Manor wrote on 03/04/2020
Areema...what can I say you were the nicest and most selfless person I have ever had the pleasure to know and work alongside. You were and always will be a great inspiration to all those working hard to become a nurse!! You worked hard and achieved you dream job and you did it brilliantly. Thank you for your kindness and friendliness towards me. Always remembered and never forgotten. Rest in perfect peace ๐Ÿ’”
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Sofii from West Bromwich wrote on 03/04/2020
Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Ilayhi Rajioon; May Allah Grant You The Highest Ranks Of Jannnah And Blesses His Mercy Upon You; May He Grant Your Family With Sabar In Shaa Allah๐Ÿ˜”โค๏ธ
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Josie Jeffery from Walsall wrote on 03/04/2020
R.I.P Areema thoughts are with your family friends and colleagues at this time fly high beautiful angel xx
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Aneeka from Walsall wrote on 03/04/2020
Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Ilayโ€™hi Rajiโ€™oon. Areema, you were a beautiful person both inside and out and thereโ€™s not many people you can say that about in this day and age. You have given me even more motivation now to complete my nursing degree and become the best nurse I can become. I feel the pain of your loss Areema, but I will keep you in my duas at all times my sister. You know what they say, the good go first so thank you for everything Areema. Love you always beautiful xxxxx
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