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10:27 11 December 2009

THE Mass of Thanksgiving took place at St. Benet's Minster, Beccles of Jean and Michael Maguire of Stockton

Father Antony Sutch officiated.

Immediate family mourners were: Hugh and Lil Maguire, Joseph Maguire, Rosanne Maguire, Claire Maguire, Ashley Buck, Allister Maguire Buck, Kate Maguire Buck, Chloe and Duncan Jones, Joshua Jones, Ron and Elsie Jamieson, Tony and Norma Doggett, Rosalyn and Neil Burgess, Christopher Doggett, Joe and Julie Meszaros, Isabel Doggett, Theresa Webb, Carol Phillippo, Lesley Bunting,

Margaret and Chris Bailey, Anne Eggett.

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THE Mass of Thanksgiving took place at St. Benet's Minster, Beccles of Jean and Michael Maguire of Stockton

Father Antony Sutch officiated.

Immediate family mourners were: Hugh and Lil Maguire, Joseph Maguire, Rosanne Maguire, Claire Maguire, Ashley Buck, Allister Maguire Buck, Kate Maguire Buck, Chloe and Duncan Jones, Joshua Jones, Ron and Elsie Jamieson, Tony and Norma Doggett, Rosalyn and Neil Burgess, Christopher Doggett, Joe and Julie Meszaros, Isabel Doggett, Theresa Webb, Carol Phillippo, Lesley Bunting,

Margaret and Chris Bailey, Anne Eggett.

Among others present were: Mrs Alison Hill, Colin and Joy Hall (Orient Lodge), Mr John Cook (Norfolk Farmers Lodge), Nick and Jane, Helen Kirby, Jane Falkner (also representing Jane, Matthew, Rosalie and Jude Falkner), Malcolm Bugge (The Court Of Anglelynn), James Montague (Sonia and Henry Montague), Lucy Sayer and Kristina Letchumanan, Aidan and Frances Kirkpatrick, John G Serl,

J.H. Osborne, Suzie Warman, Wendy McManus, Kim and Tony Bradford (rep The Falkners), Bob Bracey (St Johns Housing Trust), John O'Sullivan (St John Housing Trust), M.A.Riddle, Bernard and Oonagh Segrave-Daly, Mrs Patricia Sargeant, Frederick Chance and Julie Shurrock, Douglas Mitchell, Joy Jeffrey, Mr and Mrs R.J Seppings (Mr and Mrs Peter Sayer), F. Barber (Court Of Anglelynn No11 Order of Athelstan), Colin and Vicki Harber, Kimble Reynolds (Orient Lodge Almoner), Gloria Willis, Mr and Mrs Henry, Michael and Rachel Ashford (Mr and Mrs Ashford-Hull), Mandy Montague (Richard, Lucy and George), Paula Jones (Glynn Jones), John and Barbara Ashfield, Nick Harrison (Mick Harrison), John Benson, Simon Longe, Mr R.Littlewood and Mrs M. Hill, Norma, Tony and Isabel Doggett (The Family), Sue Franklin (The Whole Family), Brenda and Gordon Buck and family, Verity Montague and Michael Montague, Michael Parr (Apollo Lodge), Mrs P. Took (Mr J.Took), Mrs G. Playford (Mr G Playford), F E Peck and P E Peck, Veronica and John Doylend, Fred and Bette Wyllie, Mr and Mrs Billy Hall (Mr and Mrs Charles Neale), R L Tilney (Mrs E Tilney), Avril Rickarby (The Burrows Family), David and Betty Potter, Rev Tony Felton, Rita and Trevor Carter, Peter and Patsy Sargeant, Mr. E and Mrs J Jay (Orient Lodge 4085), Mrs Vera Dixon (Mr G A (Tony) Dixon), Wendy Dyson and George Prior, Audrey Wilson and Douglas Wilson, Derek and Tina Batty (Orient Lodge Friends), Anstien Kalberg, Doreen and Brian Keable, Di and David Herwin (Askew Family and M Brown, D and J Brown), Charles and Benita Neale, Helen and Paul Bowyer, Mrs Angela Smith and Jeremy (Mr and Mrs P Thirtle), Penelope Hales (Southwold and District Horsedriving Club), Clare Ruken, Gemma Norris, Annabel Shelton-Doham, Ros Boughtflower (Joshua, Margaret and Don Jones). Arrangements by Harvey Bros of Kirby Cane.

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