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PUBLISHED: 10:55 15 August 2008 | UPDATED: 21:04 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Thursday, August 7 of Ernest Bayes known as Tony of Bourne Road, Lowestoft who died on July 29 at Carlton Court, aged 80.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Thursday, August 7 of Ernest Bayes known as Tony of Bourne Road, Lowestoft who died on July 29 at Carlton Court, aged 80.

The Rev Geoff Wilson officiated.

The mourners were, Betty (wife), Valerie and Paul Allison (daughter and son-in-law), Michael and Christine Bayes (son and daughter-in-law), Jenny Allison (grand daughter) and Phil Wilson, Daniel (grandson) and Kelly Allison, Matthew, Damien, Leah and Jenna Bayes (grandchildren).

Pat and Geoff Brittain, Diane Thacker, Beryl Davy, Jacqueline Miller, Pat and Bryan Reynolds, Keith and Shirley Mayall, Marilyn Turner, Tony Reynolds, Sandra, Anne and Alan Grimmer, Andrew Holman, Betty and Arthur Allison, Peggy Ellis, Wendy Spearritt, Michael and Jenny Spearritt, John and Evelyn Baldry, Peggy Baldry, Mo Cox.

Unable to attend were: John Reynolds (Scotland), Eddy Spearritt and family (Australia), Sophia, Keane, Jasmin and Faith (great grandchildren), Dawn and Laurie Wardthrop.

The family would like to thank everyone for their kind support and donations to Carlton Court and Jennifer and Abi Jones for their invaluable help on the day of the service.

Special thanks to the staff of Sweetbriar, Carlton Court for the care and respect they showed Tony during the last few years.

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


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