Mr B J Clark
THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on September 9 for Barry John Clark of Oxford Road, Lowestoft, who died on August 27.Reverend Robert Soanes officiated.
THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on September 9 for Barry John Clark of Oxford Road, Lowestoft, who died on August 27.
Reverend Robert Soanes officiated.
Mourners were: Chris Clark, Steve Clark, Mr and Mrs M Burgess, Mr and Mrs T Clark, Mr and Mrs B Holden, Mr and Mrs J Hulatt, Mrs L Robinson, Mrs M Wildman, Mrs S Dixon, Mrs A McCrandles, Mr and Mrs R Wood, Mr and Mrs A Joint, Mrs J Bartlett, Mr and Mrs S Fletcher, Rebecca and Jack, Miss L Wood and Mr S Roslyn, Mr and Mrs A Wood, Mr S Riley, Mrs W Percy, Mr D Tedder and Mrs J Taylor, Mr and Mrs S Barnwell, Mr and Mrs R Campion, Mr and Mrs D Crouch, Mr C Digby, Mr I Grant, Mrs L Grant, Mr E Roberts, Mr A Wilson, Mr and Mrs J Goodman, Mr and Mrs D Coulam, Ms D Brooks and Mr J Lay, Mr and Mrs R Brown, Mr B (Barney) Hackett, Mr A Jones, Mr and Mrs Mickleburgh and Natasha, Mrs J Cole, Mr R French, Mr B Revell, Mr and Mrs M Coxon, Mr J Sims, Marilyn and Val.
Chris would like to thank all relatives and friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy, their floral tributes and donation towards the Palliative Care Unit at the James Paget University Hospital. Donations made payable to Palliative Care East, are still being accepted by Anglia Co-Operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1NY, 01502-583637.
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Special thanks to all the doctors, nurses and staff at High Street Surgery, James Paget University Hospital and the Colney Centre of the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital for their care and kindness to Barry and myself. Also special thanks to Reverence Robert Soanes for officiating so wonderfully at the service.
Will all please accept this as the only but most sincere acknowledgment.
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