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Mr E J Warby

PUBLISHED: 11:54 13 February 2009 | UPDATED: 22:28 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at St Nicholas Church, Wrentham, followed by burial in Wrentham Cemetery, of Eric James (Jim) Warby, who died on January 17, aged 83.

THE funeral service took place at St Nicholas Church, Wrentham, followed by burial in Wrentham Cemetery, of Eric James (Jim) Warby, who died on January 17, aged 83.

The Rev Leonard Payne officiated at the service.

Mourners were: Steven and John (sons), Sandra and Kim (daughters), and their partners (Sarah and Kevin), grandchildren Abbie, Daniel, Tyler and Darcy. Family in attendance were: Samuel Plant, Peter Plant, Dick and Kilda Plant, Margaret and Bill Aston, Lillian and Derek Kett, Jean Fairhead. Lisa and Jack Bridge sent apologies for an unavoidable absence.

Other family and friends in attendance included: Bill Smith, Janet Newton, John “Wiggy” Goldsmith, David Walker, Alison Goochell, Jane Huckle, Glenys Harvey, Tracey Slade, Edna Williams, B Williams, Mr and Mrs Mutimer, Jean Thompson, Mrs H Chatfield, Charles and Brenda Townsend (also representing Wrentham Branch Royal British Legion), Jenny White, Jennifer Newton, Christopher Plant, Maurice Butler, Mr and Mrs M Aldred, David Reeves (Wrentham Village Hall Committee), Mr and Mrs Terry Wright, Sara Card, Chris and Dan Duffy, Jackie Sannerville, Sonia Ainn, Jackie French and Lars Buckingham, Mr and Mrs S Forrider, Kenneth Plant, Peter Briggs, M A Plant, and Richard and Helen Raven.

Family floral tributes were: To dearest dad, always in my thoughts, Steven. Dearest dad you will be greatly missed but forever in our hearts, all our love, always, Sandra and Max. To my dad, thank you for all the love and support you have given me and my girls throughout the years. I feel privileged to have had such a wonderful man for my dad, so RIP now, God bless, love you, take care of mum for me, forever in my heart, love Kim. To our dad, a permanent place in our hearts, love Sarah and John. To our grandad, always in our hearts, love Jessica and Henry. Dear grandad you will be missed very much but will always be in our thoughts, we will love you always, Daniel and Abbie. To our dear grandad, we will miss you so much, forever in our hearts, love you loads, Tyler and Darcy. I am going to miss you Jimmy, love Liza, Jack and family. To Jim, we will miss you, rest in peace, from Jean and Maurice, Kilda and Dick, Sam, Peter, Lil and Derek, Margaret and Bill.

Friends floral tributes were: In loving memory of our dear friend Jimbo, peace be with you, all our love Chris, Barry, James and Eloise. RIP Jim, sadly missed, love Tracey and Steve. To Jim, from David, Thomas, Sean, Martin, Mouse, Bomber, John Mac, Bloggsy, Chips, Charlie and Tim, at the Studio Club.

Son John, on behalf of the family, would like to thank the staff of Southwold Hospital, and especially thanks to the staff of Ward One, James Paget Hospital, for taking such good care of his father during his last few hours, and to Sarah, his home help, and everyone else who helped and supported him throughout his illness.

He would also like to thank everyone concerned for their kind words of sympathy, cards and letters at this sad time. The Rev Leonard Payne for the very thoughtful and uplifting service, Kay at the Horse and Groom, and Fishers Funeral Directors, Southwold, who are still accepting donations to JPUH NHS Foundation Trust. Please accept this as the only but most sincere acknowledgment.

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