stairs to bed each night and morning.
He said: was 1.58am and she just stopped breathing.
what it is like having to tell your children has got cancer again As Lucy condition worsened and more bouts of chemotherapy came and went, doctors would ask Lucy if she would try new and different treatments.
But three weeks later, Lucy, of Boulton Moor, found a lump in her breast and went back to hospital for a scan.
had three week old twins and two young daughters and we were going through all this.
She lost her hair as a result but her eldest daughter Emily, then aged five, would comfort her by volunteering to shave it for her.
of us could believe our bad luck. Mark said Lucy decided immediately she would have a mastectomy and three months after the twins birth was starting gruelling bouts of chemotherapy as she recovered.
wasn going to let it stop her getting on with her life. Once her initial chemotherapy had finished, Lucy, of Mountfield Way, made a decision to have breast reconstruction surgery.
The 41 year old was admitted to the Royal Derby Hospital on November 4 after complaining of breathing problems.
Chris said: think she held on to do the trip. She was determined to do it for the girls. As Lucy illness worsened she needed oxygen at home and Mark, who had been given six months off work to care for his wife, would carry her up and down the Nike Metcon On Sale
It would prove to be the final holiday they would have together as they spent three weeks taking in every ride in the park.
With the help of Wendy Lee, at the Normanton branch of the Co operative Funeral Service, they have sourced a cardboard coffin and the children have designed pictures that will adorn it.
Mark was with the children at home but Lucy father, Chris, who had lost his wife and Lucy mum, Rose, to cancer 20 months previously, was sitting next to her.
one day, she said to me will die of cancer, you know Complaining Nike Metcon Women of pains in her chest, Lucy went back to the Royal Derby Hospital for a check up where tests revealed she had contracted bone cancer. Mark said: was devastated, we both were, everyone was. Once again, we couldn believe our luck.
just broke down there and then. But Lucy kept strong, just as she always did.
Final message to daughters from tragic Derby mum Lucy Worthington
Mark, who works at Rolls Royce, said: felt she was missing out on things like taking the girls swimming.
girls were her pure motivation, he says. wife lived for the girls. Every new treatment the doctors could find she would try, just to have as long and full a life as she could have with them.
would say, have four children. There is no way I am not going to fight, it wouldn be fair on them A dream family holiday to Disneyworld, Florida, in March this year was paid for partly by friends who did fund raisers to enable the six of them to jet out to the USA.
Mark, who met Lucy when they worked at Royal Crown Derby together, said: answer was always the same.
day after she gave birth to her third and fourth daughters twins Keziah and Lillia she was rushed from the Royal Derby Hospital to the Queen Medical Centre, Nottingham, with a suspected brain aneurysm.
Mark said: was determined to die at home and when she was put in the ambulance she turned to me and said, am sorry if I die in hospital Lucy died in the early hours of November 6.
But, in Mark words, his wife had sixth sense He said: we had Emily, our eldest girl, she said to me only going to have girls you know and she was right.
think you got over the worst of it and you hit like this again.
did it for the girls, that what she was like. For the next five years they went for regular check ups and although there was always a danger that the cancer would return, everyone hoped it would not happen.
Much to the relief of Mark, their other daughters, Emily and Katie, and the rest of their families, the scare proved to be something less serious.
she knew her life was almost over, Lucy turned to me and said sure the girls know that I fought to be with them for as long as I could Tears flow down Mark Worthington face as he recalls the moment.
thought can leave her I kissed her on the forehead and she was gone. Lucy funeral will take place at the main chapel at Markeaton Crematorium at 10.40am on Monday.
Lucy dad, Chris Cook, 70, of Etwall, said: was always a positive and strong person who dealt with whatever life threw at her. She was determined not to let things beat her and the cancer was no different.
Mark, 45, said: remember being in the consultancy room when the doctor said it was cancer. I Nike Lebron 13 Low Black And Red
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