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Baroness Greengross Legend, Sally Greengross’ Obituary at 86


Baroness Greengross legend, Sally Greengross’ obituary was announced so unexpectedly on June 23, 2022, that put everyone in shock and brought sorrow to many’s hearts. She has gone to a better place after serving well in her society. May she rest in peace.

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Born on June 29, 1935, the beloved British politician who was awarded an OBE in the 1993 New Year Honours, was raised to the peerage in 2000 as Baroness Greengross, of Notting Hill in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea sitting as a crossbencher.

She attended Brighton and Hove High School, a girls’ independent school in Brighton and Hove. She later went to continue her education at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

From 1987 until 2000, Greengross served as Director-General of Age Concern England. She was joint Chair of the Age Concern Institute of Gerontology at King’s College London, and Secretary-General of Eurolink Age until 2000.

Greengross held honorary doctorates from a number of British universities, including:

  • an Honorary Doctor of Letters (DLitt) degree by the University of Ulster in 1994
  • Brunel University in 2002
  • The University of Keele in 2004
  • a Doctor of the University (DUniv) degree by the Kingston University in 1996
  • the Open University, and Leeds Metropolitan University in 2002
  • an Honorary Doctor of Laws (LLD) by the University of Exeter in 2000

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From 2000, Greengross was considered to be an independent crossbench member of the House of Lords and Co-Chairs of five All-Party Parliamentary Groups:

  • Dementia,
  • Corporate Social Responsibility,
  • Bladder,
  • Bowel Continence Care,
  • Social Care and Ageing and Older People.

Besides being the Treasurer of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Equalities, Sally was the Vice-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Groups on Choice at the End of Life and Longevity.

Having so much on her plate and working hard, she was also Chair of the cross-party Intergenerational Fairness Forum. It was announced in December 2006, that Sally would be a Commissioner for the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

Baroness Greengross made the following statement in the House of Lords on 23 April 2012, whilst Chair of the Association of Retirement Housing Managers.

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World Mourns Sally Greengross’ Obituary

Sally Greengross’ obituary broke the internet. Lady Greengross was a committed and tireless advocate for people with dementia, helping drive real change to improve their lives. Her death is a huge loss.

Caroline Abrahams tweeted: “Quite rightly, there’ll be a lot said and written about Sally Greengross’s many professional achievements over the next few days, following her death earlier today, but I want to say what a very kind & supportive person I found her to be too. RIP.”

One tribute: “This is so sad. Baroness Sally Greengross was an inspiration and always kind and supportive during my days in the older people and aging sector. My thoughts are with her family, @sinclairda, and the @ILCUK team – may she rest in peace.”

One commented: “Extremely saddened to learn of the death of Baroness Sally Greengross. She is a major figure in International Gerontology, active to the end, and a kind and generous colleague. Personally, Sally was there for me for my entire career in Gerontology She will be deeply missed.”

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