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Mr B D Chamberlain

PUBLISHED: 11:48 23 April 2010 | UPDATED: 17:09 06 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at St Margaret's Church, Lowestoft, on April 8, followed by interment in Lowestoft Cemetery, for Brian Douglas Chamberlain, who died at home on March 22, aged 74.

THE funeral service took place at St Margaret's Church, Lowestoft, on April 8, followed by interment in Lowestoft Cemetery, for Brian Douglas Chamberlain, who died at home on March 22, aged 74.

The Rev Geoff Wilson officiated.

Mourners were: Mollie (wife), Lisa (daughter) and Kevin (son-in-law), Marie (daughter), Joanne (daughter), Kelly Hunt (granddaughter also representing Chris, Joe, Jim and Marley), Tom Baker (grandson), Mrs K Baker and Sally Baker, Mr Paul Rose (nephew), Mr Frank Newson (brother-in-law), Michael Rose and Jean Rose (niece), Mrs R Chamberlain (sister-in-law), Mark Coleby (nephew), George and Gerry Harvey, John Rose (nephew) (Olive Rose, sister), Michael Burt (nephew) (Burt family of Cheltenham), John Aldred (Oulton Broad Flying Club), Andrew Meades, P Barnard, P P Meades, Mike and Diane Coleby (sister and brother-in-law), Maria Carr (niece), Mr and Mrs D Jewson, Colin Crews (brother-in-law), Diane and Nick Carter, Mr and Mrs J E Lay (sister-in-law and husband), Howard Lay, Mr and Mrs M Dyer, Mr and Mrs D Quantrill, Mr and Mrs P Skillings, Mrs Pat Bowling and Butch, R Saunders, Mr and Mrs M Horn, Janette and Jimmy Nolloth, Kevin Spratt, Bob Watson, Mr and Mrs A King, Betty and Horace Easey and Richard.

The family would like to thank everyone for attending and for the beautiful floral tributes received.

Special thanks to nurses Lyndsey, Adelle and Anne and also to the BOC Vital Air Team.

Will all please accept this as the only but most grateful acknowledgment.

Funeral arrangements were by Anglia Co-Operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft.


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