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Gilly Coman

Gilly Coman

(1960 – 2010)

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Gilly Coman

Gilly Coman
(1960 – 2010)

In memory of

Gilly Coman

(1960 – 2010)
About Gilly
This is an online memorial in memory of Gilly Coman. Gilly Coman was a British based actress, who played Aveline in the first four series of Carla Lane's Bread.
She had also appeared in such programmes as Coronation Street, Brookside, Inspector Morse, Springhill and Emmerdale Farm.
She also appeared in the BBC sitcom Open All Hours. She played Marigold Lockton in the 1997 TV adaptation of the Jilly Cooper novel The Man Who Made Husbands Jealous.
Gilly passed away on 13 July 2010. This is an online tribute dedicated to her life and her career.
Remembrance Messages
On 11th Mar 2012
Deborah Ashton
wrote:
I was at Eliott-Clarke School at the same time as Gilly, although she was one of the Seniors. I was saddened to hear that she had passed away so young. I feel for her Husband and her family. God Bless you Gilly. Rest in Peace. With my love.
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Gilly Coman

This is an online memorial in memory of Gilly Coman. Gilly Coman was a British based actress, who played Aveline in the first four series of Carla Lane's Bread.
She had also appeared in such programmes as Coronation Street, Brookside, Inspector Morse, Springhill and Emmerdale Farm.
She also appeared in the BBC sitcom Open All Hours. She played Marigold Lockton in the 1997 TV adaptation of the Jilly Cooper novel The Man Who Made Husbands Jealous.
Gilly passed away on 13 July 2010. This is an online tribute dedicated to her life and her career.

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Rest in peace Gilly
I first met Gilly at ****
My sincere condolences to all friends and family of Gilly
My fondest memory of Gilly was ****
Gilly used to really enjoy ****
What I will miss the most about Gilly is ****
Gilly inspired me to ****
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