Mr D Barrett

PUBLISHED: 11:34 16 May 2008 | UPDATED: 20:24 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on May 8 for Dick Barrett of Pakefield who died on April 26 aged 72.

The Rev Val Burgess officiated.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on May 8 for Dick Barrett of Pakefield who died on April 26 aged 72.

The Rev Val Burgess officiated.

Mourners were, Mrs J Barrett (wife), Mr and Mrs P Barrett (son and daughter-in-law), Mrs and Mrs K Barrett (son and daughter-in-law), Karl Barrett, Lauren Barrett, Molly Barrett, Joe Barrett, Daniel Barrett (grandchildren). Janet and Brian Blowers, Letty Barrett, Michael Barrett, Sarah Barrett, P Barrett, Valerie Barrett, Megan, J S Barrett, Lynsay Barrett, Stephen Barrett, A Barrett, J Barrett, Martin Barrett, Scott Barrett, S Gray, Caroline Barrett,Chris Barrett and Ann, Molly Nally, Carol and Alan Miller, Mr and Mrs R Baxter, Kenneth Smith, Hazel Edwards, Davey Manthorpe, Stuart and Jackie Mortimer, Peter Banks, Rose Walchester, John Walchester, James Fairweather, Shona White, Chris Nally, Patrick Nally, Douglas Lake. Particia Jaques, Trevor Lake, Barbara Lake, Eric Lake, Len Breed, Dee Terry, Vanessa Wakeford, Netta Delfino, Chas Hartley, Richard Carbonelli, Rachel Carbonelli, Ann Kellett, Peter Barrett, Fred Barrett, Pat and Michael Clarke, Bill Deacon, Patricia Deacon, Jean Brown, Kath Smith, Jenny Madeley, Linda Osborne, Christine Smithers, John and Valerie Brown, Phil Plant, Sally and Thomas Sapey, John Ward, Geoff Lightfoot, Ben Hindlaugh, John Hindlaugh, Graham Turner, Pam Mc Aleese, Muriel Hammond, Paul Hammond, J Hammond, Michael Hammond, Mark Hammond, Trevor Hammond, Frank Deal, Sheila Deal, Jack Jillings, Roy Leech.

Unable to attend were: Mrs B Barrett, Mr and Mrs F Nally, Mr and Mrs T Lightfoot, Mrs B Salisbury.

Floral tributes were: In loving memory of dear husband Dick, thank you for 50 years of marriage, we will meet again one day, love June. In loving memory of dad, to a wonderful father, the pain and suffering has gone, you will be sadly missed but never forgotten, love you dad, Kevin and Debs. In loving memory of dad, who was sadly taken from us but will always be in our thoughts 'good night God Bless' love Peter and Linda. Sadly missed, if tears could build a stairway and memories were a lane, I'd walk right up to heaven and bring you home again, my heart still aches in sadness and secret tears flow, what it meant to lose you, no one will ever know, slept tight granddad love always Lauren and James. Fondest memories granddad, I will really miss you and love you very much, I am so proud to say you were my granddad, it's my turn to do the washing up for nannie, love Molly. Forever in our thoughts granddad, you will always be in our minds and our hearts, love Daniel and Shona. In affectionate remembrance granddad, you were one in a million, I will always treasure the time we had, gone but not forgotten, love always Karl. Fondest memories, to granddad, I will always remember you as one in a million and you will be missed very much, love from Joe. With deepest sympathy from Claire and Gary.

The family wishes to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expression of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes and donations being accepted for JPUH NHS Foundation Trust (Head/Neck Tracheotomy Support Service) c/o Critoph and Crowe 49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft. Special thanks to Denise, Netta, Vanessa, Tracey, Dee Terry and Staff at James Paget Hospital Ward 2.

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

Funeral arrangements were by Critoph and Crowe 49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft.

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