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Mr D Harwood

PUBLISHED: 11:57 09 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:35 06 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on September 17, for Denzil Harwood who died at Lound Hall Nursing Home on September 4, aged 63.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on September 17, for Denzil Harwood who died at Lound Hall Nursing Home on September 4, aged 63.

Mourners were: Shirley Harwood (wife), Lee and Jordan Harwood (sons), Paul and Laura Harwood (son and daughter-in-law also representing Tia-Mae and Neve Harwood - granddaughters), Darren Harwood (son), Linda Harwood, John Meadows, Caroline Meadows, Alex Meadows, Caroline and Derek Newrick, Barbara Leech, Carol Aldred, Sara Aldred, Adam Farrington, Chris Aldred, Robin Leech, Steven Leech, Simon and Wendy Ruffles (Morgan and Erin Ruffles), George and Vera Tills, Richard and Ann Youngs, Nick and Julie King, Bill Harper, Ray and Mollie Woodfield, Ali Deare, John Trowbridge, Mike and Jo Rennie, Mike and Margaret Flowerday, Clive and Denise Lancaster, Tracey Geary, Tina Ward, Jo and Lesley Parker and Nigel and Steph Hunt.

Mrs Shirley Harwood and family would like to thank all relatives and friends for their kind wishes of support, the floral tributes and donations already received. Donations for the Macmillan Nurses at the James Paget University Hospital (please make cheques payable to JPUH NHS Foundation Trust) are still being accepted by Anglia Co-Operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1NY.

Special thanks goes to the nurses, carers and staff at Lound Hall Nursing Home for their patience and care that they gave Denzil and the support that they gave the family, and to all relatives and friends who gave their time to visit him there.

Please accept this as the only but most sincere acknowledgment.


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