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Mr A M Hague

PUBLISHED: 16:33 18 December 2009 | UPDATED: 15:38 06 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at St Margaret's Church followed by interment in Lowestoft Cemetery on Friday, December 11 for Alan Michael Hague of Lowestoft who died on December 3 aged 78.

THE funeral service took place at St Margaret's Church followed by interment in Lowestoft Cemetery on Friday, December 11 for Alan Michael Hague of Lowestoft who died on December 3 aged 78.

Cannon John Simpson officiated.

Mourners were: Beryl (Wife), Christine and Andrew (Daughter and Son-in-law), Andrew and Wendy (Son and Daughter-in-law), Amy, Laura-Jane, Lewis and Alexander (Grandchildren), Gerry and Ann Fyfe, Don and Eileen Blainey, Colin Hague (Brother), Bertie and Betty Palmer, Margaret Staff, Ray and Ann Palmer, Carol Button, Bridgette Palmer, Richard Palmer, Jenny and Patricia, Carl and Stuart Palmer, Margaret Bunn, Doreen and Ian Hancock, Huby and Josie Fairhead, David and Jill Blythe, Barry Lain, Margaret and Ivan Last, Bob Collins, Lester Curtis, Alison Curtis, Ray Durrant, Ian MacLachlan, Paul Thrower, Maurice Dowe, Jean and Terry Barrett, Peter Armes, Frank Knight, Dennis Randlesome, Peter Frost, Monica and Gordon Knights, Mr and Mrs McKinney, Mr M Allman. Many other friends, colleagues and neighbours also attended too numerous to mention.

Funeral arrangements were by R. Rivett Ltd.

Mrs Beryl Hague and Family wish to thank all relatives and friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy, the beautiful floral tributes and donations received. Donations for Lowestoft Hospital Gertrude Barwood Unit /Nurses Fund (Cheques payable to R. Rivett Ltd) are still being accepted c/o R. Rivett Ltd., 15 Carlton Road, Lowestoft, NR33 0RU.

Special thanks to: Don and Eileen Blainey for their kindness and Support and for the floral wreath from the 446th Bomber group Association it was greatly appreciated.

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


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