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The funeral of Beryl Mary Joyce Horton has taken place. Envoy Doug Beattie officiated.Tributes were paid by Rachel Ralph and Amy Binding (nieces) and Joyce Brown of the Salvation Army.
The funeral of Beryl Mary Joyce Horton has taken place. Envoy Doug Beattie officiated.
Tributes were paid by Rachel Ralph and Amy Binding (nieces) and Joyce Brown of the Salvation Army.
Mourners were: Marion and Jim Binding (sister and brother-in-law), Rachel, Tom and Elizabeth Ralph (niece and great niece), Amy Binding (niece), Stephen Freeman, Stephen Binding, Jane and Ralph Marshall, Andrew and Jenny Marshall, Barbara and Peter Yallop, Jane Martin (also representing Edwina, Amy and Ian), Fiona Shreeve, Brenda Hubble and Debbie (Paula), Peggy Morland, Jan Perkins, Mairee Banham (Age Concern Home Service), Carrie Abbott-Levett (Waveney Crossroads), Sue Abel and Carol Callinan (Gateway, Lowestoft Centre), Joyce Brown, Valerie Beadle, Irene House, Patrica Bestlam (Salvation Army), Peter Bullard (Thursday bus driver), Lettie Bullard, Betty and Jim Brant.
Special thanks to: Beryl's family would like to acknowledge the care and support given, that enriched her life.
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Her good neighbour of 50 years Brenda Those from the Waveney Centre for Independent Living and DIAL, the team from Dial-a-Ride, practice nurses, her GP Michael Horwood, chief audiology therapist Susanne Blowers, physiotherapist Peter Crook, podiatrist Mairee Banham, Age Concern Home Service, Carrie and team, Waveney Crossroads, Carol, Sue and colleagues, the Gateway Group, Lowestoft Centre, Sarah Applegate her hairdresser, the Thursday Lunch Club team at the Salvation Army, Carlton Road, envoy Doug Beattie who conducted a welcoming and thoughtful thanksgiving service for the life of Beryl, Peter Rushmere of Rivetts for his kindness.
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