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Mr A J Wilson

PUBLISHED: 11:00 04 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:33 06 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at St Peter's and St John's Church, Kirkley on Wednesday, May 26, for Albert John Wilson of Lowestoft, who died on May 6, aged 89.

THE funeral service took place at St Peter's and St John's Church, Kirkley on Wednesday, May 26, for Albert John Wilson of Lowestoft, who died on May 6, aged 89.

The Rev Derek Cowie officiated.

Mourners were: Muriel and Eric Burwood (daughter and son-in-law), John and Linda Wilson (son and daughter-in-law), Irene and Laurie Gooch (daughter and son-in-law), Carla and Michael Bolton (granddaughter and husband), Lee and Claire Wilson (grandson and wife), James and Carla Gooch (grandson and wife), Mark Gooch (grandson), Ella Bolton (great-granddaughter), George and Doris Wilson (brother and sister-in-law), Joyce Smith (sister), Jean Waters (sister), Jean Wilson (sister-in-law), Hazel Wilson (sister-in-law), Dulcie Knights (sister-in-law), Rosemary Pye (sister-in-law), Martin and Gerald Wilson (nephews) and Nick, Katherine, Robert and Amy Edmunds (niece and family), Paul and Joanne Wilson (nephew and wife), Margaret and Pamela (nieces), Jenny Daynes (niece), Chris Pye (nephew), Susan Robinson (niece), Rita High (niece), Alan Knights (nephew), Noel Gooch. Family friends: Ethel and Mac McLellan, Beryl Shillings, Hilda and John Allen, Muriel and Peter Gower, Pauline Adams, Shirley Knight, Norma Kyson.

Funeral arrangements were by R Rivett Ltd

The family of the late Mr Albert Wilson wish to thank all relatives and friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy, the beautiful floral tributes and donations received. Donations for Age Concern are still being accepted c/o R Rivett Ltd, 15 Carlton Road, Lowestoft, NR33 0RU.

Special thanks to doctors and all staff on Ward 5, James Paget University Hospital, Rev Derek Cowie for a wonderful service, and Rivett's Funeral Directors.

Will all please accept this as the only, but most sincere, acknowledgement.


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