Mr D W Champion
THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on July 14, for Mr Derek William Champion, of Lowestoft, who died on July 4, aged 80.Deacon Ian Cartwright officiated.
THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on July 14, for Mr Derek William Champion, of Lowestoft, who died on July 4, aged 80.
Deacon Ian Cartwright officiated.
Mourners were: Mrs Ina Champion (wife), Jim and Denise Champion, Steve Champion and Julie, Joanne and Nicola Champion, John and Janet Lord, Richard, Charlotte, Samantha and Georgina Lord, Christine Hatcher, Alex Hatcher, Jimbo, Kelly, Jesse and Georgina, Tracey and Roger, Ina, Alastair and Stuart Coubrough, Miss Ina Coubrough and Al George, Bob and Angie Gibson, Kayleigh Gibson and Danny Tia and Luke Gibson, Alison and Tony Sinclair, Len and Linda Jenkins, Sue and Jim Taylor (neice), Terry and Julia Curtis, friends Neville and Jazz, Dee, Mrs Sheila Ayers, Betty and Carol, Steph and Jackie from Steph's Cafe, Maggie and John, Eve and Mick Ellis, Stevie and Sarah, Stan Brown and Gina, Sue and Dave Culpin, Angie and Derek, Phil and Paul Long, Barry and Caroline Crisp, Mick and Lin Wadling, Margaret and Judge John, Mrs M Mitchell (Peggy) and Wendy and Scott Sylvia and John, Kevin Shepherd, Sharon, Sam and Leah, Val Young and Barbara, Phil Edwards and Maria, David and Mo, Paul (Scruff) Martin, Mark and Tina Edmonds.
Unable to attend: Joyce (Dougal) sister to Derek.
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The family wish to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours who came to bid him farewell, and for their kind expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes and donations received.
Special thanks to Dr Wattell and respiratory nurses Adele Godbolt and Lindsay Barthorpe of Rosedale Surgery, and Lisa Hunter and all the Lowestoft Hospice at Home nurses.
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Would all please accept this as the only, but most sincere, acknowledgment.
Funeral arrangements were by R Rivett Limited, 15 Carlton Road, Lowestoft.