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PUBLISHED: 10:29 18 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:41 06 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Thursday, May 27 for Eric (Jimmy) Burwood of Church Green, Lowestoft who passed away at James Paget University Hospital on May 6, aged 83.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Thursday, May 27 for Eric (Jimmy) Burwood of Church Green, Lowestoft who passed away at James Paget University Hospital on May 6, aged 83.

Gerda Buckley officiated.

Family mourners were: Pauline, Mandy and Nigel, Owen and Margaret, Christine, Christine, Russell, Raymond and Charmaine, Natalie, Jamie and Oliver, Ben and Abbey, Norma Burwood, Su Burwood, Lisa Burwood, Kim Burwood, Trudy Burwood, and R Burwood.

Other mourners were: Nicky and Kevin Emblem, Babs Garrod, Pat Waghorn, Bobby Paul, Heather Capps, Richard and Dot Woolnough, Billy Spence (also representing the Spence family), Tex, Mr and Mrs R A Whale, Miss K L Barber, Terry Tobin, Terry and Sylvia Boor, Mr and Mrs H G Baldry, Donna Baldry, Mandy Barham, Douglas, Rosemary Pye, Betty Smith, Mark Hall, Michelle Hall, Tammy Holt, Martin Hall, Rosie Starkey, Jean Arundale, Wendy Damerell and Madeline Boor.

Special thanks to Ward 5 at JPUH, Jenny Barnet, Ann Penfold, Roz, Lyndsey, Anglia Co-Operative Funerals and Nicky for all her help in the last few months which was very much appreciated.

Jimmy's ashes are being scattered out to sea by Lowestoft Lifeboat on Sunday, July 18 at 10am near the harbour wall, all welcome to attend.

Donations for Lowestoft Lifeboat are still being accepted 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 acknowledgement.


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