More than 2,000 people from Greater Manchester have died after testing positive for Covid-19.

At the Manchester Evening News , we have vowed to honour the memory of each victim through our Loved and Lost series.

Every week, relatives of coronavirus victims have been in touch with beautiful tributes to their loved ones.

From the 'comical' caretaker to the 'caring' gran who loved bingo, this week we remember more special people who have died.

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Mabel Emerly Peet

Mabel Emerly Peet.

Mabel was from Manchester and moved to St Annes some years ago.

She died on Easter Tuesday at Victoria Hospital in Blackpool.

She was married just as the war started.

She had children - Graham, Sandra, and Jennifer.

Her daughter Jennifer Jamieson said: "My mother was 97-years-old. She was a telephonist on an army camp down south.

"She met my father and they got married just before he went to war.

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"He was away four years...got a house in Manchester and raised a family. My father was a chief in the army, when he came to Manchester he worked for British Rail as a chef for 30 years. I would like to say we miss you mother."

Eddie Butters

Eddie Butters

Eddie, from Westhoughton, died aged 86 at Royal Bolton Hospital.

Eddie loved life and was a comical, lovable person.

He worked in the mines as a young man, but then ended up as caretaker of a primary school in Daisy Hill.

He was known as Mr Butters. He loved children and always had time to help.

He had a daughter named Carol, granddaughter Kaye and great granddaughters Florence and Camila.

Paying tribute, his granddaughter's partner Dean Burns said: "We can't believe you have gone Eddie.

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"The nurses said you didn't want to go and you fought it to the end.

"None of us could come to be with you except Carol, who never left your side.

"We all hoped you would pull through and laugh about it.

"You adored Florence and Camila and we are grateful for the time you had for them Granddad Eddie, take it easy up there Granddad Eddie.

"You will be sadly missed, you made us laugh."

Ann Woods

Ann Woods died after contracting coronavirus

Ann was from Lower Broughton, Salford.

She had four children, one granddaughter, four grandsons, five great grandchildren, five sisters and two brothers.

Ann lived all of her life in Salford around the Greengate and Lower Broughton area.

She was married to the late John Woods.

She worked at Greengate Mill when she was 15 until she had her first child at 23.

Ann loved raising her family. She was an amazing mum and an even better nanna.

She was adored by her grandchildren. She loved a game of bingo and loved going to the Nelson pub at weekends and family parties.

She loved her weekly trips to the hairdressers and holidays to Wales.

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She loved all the family being together and even though she was diagnosed with dementia in 2014 and went into a care home three years later, she had one of the family members with her every day.

The carers in her home were 'amazing', her granddaughter said, and she made them laugh daily as she never lost her sense of humour.

Granddaughter Natalie Allen said: "My nanna, Ann Woods, was the most lovely, humorous and caring woman.

"She was loved by many and had a big family who she was always there for over the years.

"She will be spoken about every day for a long time to come and remembered for the funny woman she was.

"An amazing mother and a brilliant nanna."

The 80-year-old died at Willows Care Home Salford on May 16 surrounded by family.

"We were allowed to be with my nanna in the last days of her life in the home even though she had Covid-19.

"We did not want her to be on her own at the end so she had us there and we took turns going home for sleep.

"I was holding my nanna's hand at the end," Natalie added.

Jean Hale

Jean Hale

Jean, from Stalybridge, passed away on Thursday, June 18 at The Stamford Unit, Tameside Hospital.

The 79-year-old had a husband Bill, daughter Tracy, grandson Aaron and great granddaughter Ayesha.

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She worked as a nurse at Stockport Infirmary for many years, and worked at Spar in Carrbrook where she retired.

Tracy said: "Much loved wife mother and nanna who will be sadly missed by all her family and friends. Always in our hearts and never forgotten."

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