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Iain Johnstone, defending, told court that Marshall, who had worked at the hospital for two years, turned to theft while struggling with a financial plight so 'severe' the family needed food parcels.
"I'm afraid, despite your family responsibilities, you must go to prison today", the judge told her.
Her grieving family branded Marshall 'disgusting' as she was locked up for six months after admitting one charge of theft and 19 of fraud.
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Mrs Airey, who lived at Westfield Gardens, Baguley, had planned to use the cash to buy Christmas presents.
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Judge Anthony Gee QC, sentencing, said it was a 'very sad case' in which the 'breach of trust couldn't be greater'.
Lynn Ritchie, 57, of Rawtenstall, one of Mrs Airey's three daughters, told the MEN: "My mother was lovely if that woman had her told she was hard up, she would have given her the money, that's the type of person she was, one of the Nike Sneakers For Women Roshe
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"You were trusted as an auxiliary nurse with access to the personal possessions of the patients from whom you were caring, to act lawfully and in patients' interests, and you
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The week long spree ended when Marshall overheard the family talking about the theft and turned herself in to police at West Didsbury station.
Lloyds TSB, where Mrs Airey's account was, have refused to replace the 3000 stolen by Marshall because the pin number was revealed.
"We knew our mum was at the end of life when she was taken into hospital, but this made it worse.
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She died on Boxing Day, days after learning of the theft. She left behind three daughters, eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
"I hope you appreciate it's a sentence the court takes no pleasure in imposing upon you, but its important this court marks the gravity of the breach of trust you committed, to make plain to others that such breaches can never be tolerated, so as to deter others.
"I think Marshall Nike Roshe Running is disgusting we all do. Me and my sisters also do care work, but would never dream of doing that to anybody.
A hospital nursingassistant stole a dying woman's cash card and went on a 3000 spending spree.
By the time Mrs Airey's family realised the card had gone missing Marshall had made 19 different transactions, including expensive electrical goods, clothes and food.
Maxine Marshall, 43, splashed out on a Wii games console and a TV after stealing from bedridden great grandma Betty Airey, who was in her care at Wythenshawe hospital.
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