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Mr C R Wright

PUBLISHED: 11:09 05 September 2008 | UPDATED: 21:12 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium, on August 20, of Carle Ronald Wright, of Carlton Colville, who died at home on August 9, aged 53.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium, on August 20, of Carle Ronald Wright, of Carlton Colville, who died at home on August 9, aged 53. The Rev Val Burgess officiated.

Mourners were, Lynne (partner), Nicholas (son), Teresa (sister), Maria and Eddie (sister and brother-in-law), Shane and Jane (brother and partner), Christine and Dennis (sister and brother-in-law), Louise and Ben, Jamie and Liam (partner's children), Jenny, Paul and Rory, Rita and Sharni, Carol Bullard, Des and Nikki Bullard, Tracy, Mark and Amy Harrison, Tina Fryett and Ben Horne, Leanne Spalding, Neil Soloman, Jim and Linda, Greg and Rachel, Buzz, Uncle Bob and Marie, family and friends in Grimsby, Chris, Jen and Ryan Horton, Michelle, Steve and Bradley, Hilary, Barry, Clare and Megan Wright, Glynis and Mike, Lucy, Sean and Tegan, Julie and Steve Brown, Ian and Vicky Wood, John and Stephen Soloman, Sue and Keith Moore, Liz and Eddie Ellis, Maddy, Rosie, Maz, Pat, Pam, Les, Sue, Ellen, Sandy and Mary, Dibs and Linda, Rebecca and Kate Wright, Alan and Heather Smith, Diane Gooch, Annie and David, Mrs Judith Lee, Mary Moore, Jo Johnstone, Patsy Falconer, Heather Shilling, Karen and Margaret Tunmore, Daryl Bryant, Joanne Wilkinson, Dorothy Hulse, Alison and Darin Sharpe, Pam Davis, Karen Freeman, Dawn Hartshorne, Sue Morton.

I would also like to thank Pauline who stopped and helped me.

Funeral arrangements by Anglia Co-operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR32 1NY.


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