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Mr C H King

PUBLISHED: 12:35 05 June 2009 | UPDATED: 09:57 06 July 2010

The funeral took place at Gorleston Crematorium of Clifford Hodger King of Aldeby who who died at All Hallows Hospital, Ditchingham, on May 16, aged 85.

The funeral took place at Gorleston Crematorium of Clifford Hodger King of Aldeby who who died at All Hallows Hospital, Ditchingham, on May 16, aged 85.

Mr Denny Anderson officiated.

Immediate family mourners were: Keith and Julie King, George and Linda King, Thelma and Al Coleman, Wendy and Michael Lewis, Colleen and John Harvey, Michael and Karen King, Tracey and Lionel Gapper, Ian and Sarah King, Eric King, Kilda and Dick Plant, Roy King, Dougie and Joan King, Emma and Jason, Simon and Mari, Gareth and Katie, Kirsty and Kevin, Laura and Matt, Matthew, Hayley and Alan, Jason and Charlotte, Michelle, Mark and Suzanne, Christopher and Amy, Kerrie, Sean and Stacey, Scott, Stuart, Grace, Anna and Amy.

Among others present were: Mary Draper, Sylvia Burroughs, Mr and Mrs D Hammond (also representing Mr and Mrs F Potter), Mrs V Gibbs, Miss J Gibbs, Tom Browne, Mrs S Peck (Mr A Peck, Miss A Peck and Miss J Peck), Peter and Dawn Glenfield, Brenda Shave, Diane King, Lloyd Gooding, Leo Whisstock (RN Patrol Service), Mr and Mrs P and D Springall, Jean and Michael Tallett, Anne Muttitt, Christine Kerridge, Frederick Denny, Pat Kent, Peter Plant, John Dunn (RN Patrol Service), John Street (RN Patrol Service), Dennis and Jill Boast, Mr D Banns (Mrs S Banns), Bill Nutt, Bob Davey, Jennifer Holmes, Paul Holmes, Phillipa Holmes, Claire Holmes, Judith Holmes, Richard and Vera Turner, Mrs G Crowe (Mr B Butcher), Mrs R Pigney, Kenny Girling, Peter Daines, Lorraine Barker, Adrian Wicks, Mr and Mrs H Curtis (Brian), Mr and Mrs D Cooke, Mr and Mrs P Hutton, Mr and Mrs G Thorpe, Mr T Page, Mr P Basey-Fisher, Mr and Mrs J Whistlecraft, Mr E Eastaugh, Mrs I Good, Mrs T White, Mr and Mrs T Marmory.

The family would like to thank all staff at All Hallows Hospital, Ditchingham, for all the care and kindness shown to Clifford. Thanks also to Denny Anderson, who officiated, for his comforting service and to Harvey Bros of Kirby Cane for the excellent funeral arrangements. Would all please accept this as the only but most grateful acknowledgement.


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