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Mr D Evans

PUBLISHED: 11:37 09 November 2007 | UPDATED: 19:18 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Wednesday, October 31, for Mr Derek Evans (formerly of Edendale, Oulton Broad), of the Heather Nursing Home, Bradwell, who died on Tuesday, October 16, aged 82.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Wednesday, October 31, for Mr Derek Evans (formerly of Edendale, Oulton Broad), of the Heather Nursing Home, Bradwell, who died on Tuesday, October 16, aged 82. Father David Girling officiated.

Family mourners were: Eileen (wife, unable to attend due to illness), Lynn and Ian, Doreen, Bruce and Kevin.

Other mourners were: D Mahar, H Mahar, Brian White, Doreen White, Pam and Peter Milner, George and Geoff Lowe (also representing the Lowe family), Mr and Mrs R Mobbs, Tracey Norman, Margaret Norman, Jane Siegert, Carole Marjoram, Den Mills, David Eagle, Joan and Peter Shayers, Tom Corby, Michael and Barbara Horne, Avril and Peter Roe, Paul and Andrea, Pauline and Geoffrey Goddard, Angela Saunders, Mark Munnings, Cath Hutchison (Andy and Rachel Hutchison), Ed Godbold, Bill Ford, Tony Mitchel, Terry Loveday, Gerry Pettingill, Carol Pettingill, Hugh Sistern (Christine Sistern), John and Valerie Parker, Jenny Anderson, James Eman, Paul Anderson, Norman Harlow, John Swanbury, Brian Boxall, Mike King, Jenny and Derek Lusher, Brenda and Brian Tate, Fergus Muir, Mr and Mrs R G Stevenson, Alex and Margaret Curtis, Kathy Norgate, Fiona Houghton, Donna Taylor, Hayley Yeatman, Julie Shreeve, Brenda and Malcolm Fuller, Mr and Mrs P Turrell and Tony Manning.

The family wishes to thank everyone for all their cards and support at this very difficult time, and for all the donations to Stradbrooke Court East Point which are still being collected by Anglia Co-Operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1NY. Tel 01502 583637. Will all please accept this as the only but most sincere acknowledgment.


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