Mr D E Wilton

THE funeral service took place at St Margaret's Church, Lowestoft on April 6, followed by interment in Lowestoft Cemetery, for Mr Derrick Edward Wilton, who died at Lowestoft Hospital, on March 18, aged 79.

THE funeral service took place at St Margaret's Church, Lowestoft on April 6, followed by interment in Lowestoft Cemetery, for Mr Derrick Edward Wilton, who died at Lowestoft Hospital, on March 18, aged 79.

Miss Gerda Buckley officiated.

Mourners were: Gary and Andrea Wilton, Marcia and Colin Wilton, Colin Hurren, Martin, Mr and Mrs Hammersley, Mr and Mrs Graham Colebrook, Mr and Mrs K Blowers, Donna Levett, Violet Scarff, Alan and Cheryl Scarff, Mr and Mrs J Armes, Mr and Mrs G Murkett, Mr and Mrs B Turrell, Margaret and Allan Brookes, Mr and Mrs E Legrice, Neal Orwell, B Springer, Sadie, Tony and Ellie Manning, David Haylett, Pat and Peter Armes, Mr and Mrs F Mullender, Val and Fred Robinson, Eric Fox, J Wilson, Trevor Francis (also representing Eric Wilton, New Zealand), Alasdair Cameron, Graham and Wendy Hurren, Henry, Ruby and Sheila Day, Mr and Mrs John Kent and daughter Lucy, Betty Brown, Martin Bagnall, Mike Batty (LBS Engs), Alan and Carrol Summons, Mr and Mrs N Quantrill and Abbie Henwood, Karen and Ian Newberry, David Bucknole (Richards Iron Works), Rita and Gordon Boggis, Ron Turner and Lynda, Sheila and Basil Boggis, Malcolm and Grace Manning, Billy and Heather Spalding, Michael Flegg, Alistair McLean (GMB Union), David Knights, George Moran, Paul and Tukta Cooper, Mrs Daphne Thacker, Mr and Mrs Capps-Jenner, Mrs Nicky Caie, Frank Nicholls, Jaine Knights, Nick and Susan Haward, Mr and Mrs Moyse and B Badger (Levett family).

The family would like to thank everyone for attending and for the beautiful floral tributes received. Special thanks to Gerda Buckley for the lovely service and to Alasdair Cameron the piper.


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

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

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