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PUBLISHED: 11:53 19 September 2008 | UPDATED: 21:19 05 July 2010

THE funeral took place at St Mary's Church, Ellingham, of Alec Rogers, of Ellingham, who died at Chevington Lodge on August 29, aged 91.

The Rev Canon W Bestelink officiated.

THE funeral took place at St Mary's Church, Ellingham, of Alec Rogers, of Ellingham, who died at Chevington Lodge on August 29, aged 91.

The Rev Canon W Bestelink officiated.

Immediate family mourners were: Pat Rogers, Mr and Mrs C Tuthill, Mr and Mrs C Taylor, Mr B Taylor, Mr and Mrs D Curtis, Mr and Mrs A Curtis, Mr D Curtis, Mrs D Hubbaed, Mr R Wake, Mr and Mrs R Bailey.

Among others present were: Mr D Sizeland, Mr R Raven (also representing Mrs S Raven), Mrs L Neale, Mr and Mrs R Bussinhgam, Mrs Margaret Hobbins, Mr P C Aldous (Joan Aldous), Pat and Arnold, Margaret Liversidge, Carolyn Liversidge, Albert Warner, Mr and Mrs E Woor, Rosemary Parravani (Mr and Mrs Grose and family), Sabrina Brown (Chevington Lodge), Vicky Last (Chevington Lodge), Christine Mison (Chevington Lodge), Mr E Feavyour, Mrs C Rushmere (Mr L Rushmere), Janet Cook (Mr R Cook), Jane Cooper, Janet Kirkpatrick, Anne Bugden, Iain Hatcher, Don and Paula Cleeter, Paul Parravani, Mr Nicky Parravani.

Pat, Val and family would like to thank the Rev Bestelink for the comforting service and Harvey Bros of Kirby Cane for their excellent funeral arrangements and help. They would also like to express special thanks to the staff of Chevington Lodge for all the care they gave Alec. Please accept this as the only but most sincere acknowledgment.


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