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Mr David John Brady

PUBLISHED: 11:59 13 February 2009 | UPDATED: 22:28 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium, on Friday, February 6, for David John Brady, of Lowestoft, who died tragically on January 23, aged 53.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium, on Friday, February 6, for David John Brady, of Lowestoft, who died tragically on January 23, aged 53.

Canon Bob Baker officiated.

Mourners were: Ann Brady (wife), Louise and Karen (daughters), Jason (son), Margaret and Derek Brady (parents), Paul and Sue Brady (brother and sister-in-law), Cedric Hodgkins (father-in-law), Eric Hunt, Jim and Marion Hunt, Ivan and Steph Hodgkins, Roy Hodgkins, Keith Garrod, Janet Arnott, Carl and Beverly Brady, Peter and Beryl Challis, Peter and Denise Challis, David and Julie Challis, Ray and Doreen Edwards, seven colleagues from Miniflex, Framlingham, Wayne Pulham (Mitchells), Ellie and Alan (Regency Care), Jamie Hunt, Kate Welton, Ann Hunter, Jane and Andrew Reynolds, Brenda Clements, Gloria Brady, Leonard Oaks, Sandra and Peter Lees, Beverly and Laura Hussien, Chris and Dee Hunt, Linda Crossley, Cheryl Andrews, Grahame Brady, David and Heather Fisher, Peter Watson, John and Sue Watson, David and Margaret Barnes, Brian and Lena Colby, Heidi and Nigel Boast, Keith and Jayne Boore, Warren Boore, Peter Catchpole, Barry Layton, Culley and Debbie Butler, P Normanton, Gwen Pickess, Phyllis Watson, Jason Peak, Joyce Fuller, Peggy Tebble, Kevin Elkins, Julie Clements, Pauline Banham, Liz and Tony Carr, Jane Medlar, Mr and Mrs P Guy, Miss E Guy, Mrs L Knights, Mrs J Robbens, Rosemary and Richard Bowkett, Bob and Joan Thacker, Ron and Jean Cunningham.

People unable to attend due to health or weather: Peter Clements, Mac Brady (uncle), Aunt Win Barlow, Aunt Pam Hunt, Danielle Hodgkins and family, Mr M Guy, Bill Bourne, David Collins.

The family wishes to express their thanks to all relatives and friends for their expressions of sympathy. Special thanks to Suffolk Police Team and Ambulance. Sincere thanks to Canon Bob Baker for his help and understanding and for the caring and considerate way he officiated. Thanks to Violets, Carlton Colville for the lovely flower arrangements and to all who sent floral tributes.

Will all accept this as the only, but sincere acknowledgment.

Sincere thanks to Anglia Co-operative Funerals, Pakefield, 1 Terminus Building, Pakefield Street, Lowestoft, NR33 0JT who are still accepting donations for Cancer Research UK.

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