In memory of Louise

nrhn 050511 John and Shirley Marriott visit the ECMO unit at Glenfield Hospital  in February with family and friends to hand over a check for �3,065, raised at the funeral, donations and through fundraising events including a Christmas quiz organised by her former friends and colleagues at Amber Valley Borough Council.
nrhn 050511 John and Shirley Marriott visit the ECMO unit at Glenfield Hospital in February with family and friends to hand over a check for �3,065, raised at the funeral, donations and through fundraising events including a Christmas quiz organised by her former friends and colleagues at Amber Valley Borough Council.
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Hospital staff say they are overwhelmed after more than £3,000 was raised for specialist equipment to be named in memory of Loscoe woman Louise Marriott.

Louise, a former employee of Amber Valley Borough Council, was 35 when she died from acute myeloid leukaemia in September following a sudden and short illness.

Now staff at the ECMO unit at the Glenfield Hospital, in Leicester, where she was treated, want to name a piece of specialist equipment, used for transporting patients, after her. Louise’s mother and father, John and Shirley, along with Louise’s family and friends presented the cheque to staff. John said: “On behalf of Shirley and myself I want to extend my thanks to Louise’s family, friends and colleagues who donated to the fund in memory of our darling Louise.”