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Mr I C E Grainge

PUBLISHED: 12:38 30 November 2007 | UPDATED: 19:19 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Wednesday, November 21 for Ivan Grainge of Kessingland, who died on November 6 at James Paget Hospital, aged 83.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Wednesday, November 21 for Ivan Grainge of Kessingland, who died on November 6 at James Paget Hospital, aged 83. The Rev Joan Oddy officiated.

Mourners included, Wife Pam Grainge, daughter Sylvia Read and husband David, daughter Maggie Sutton and husband Barrie, grandchildren Daniel and Jane, Lisa, Joanne and Carl, Stacy and Karl, stepdaughter Debbie and Owen Grace, Sacha and Nichole Boyce, stepson Mark Hounslow, Maureen and David Read, Eunice and Bernie Goltenboth, David and Pat Goltenboth, Kelly Smith, Mel Humphreys, Kim and Adrian King, David Read, Mandy Golding, Linda and John Catchpole, Glen and Kay Soanes, Jeannette, Geoff and Andrew Lord, Mr and Mrs B Francis, Mr J Smith, Mrs J Richardson, Mike Tyrrell (Waveney Crossroads), friends Jean Copping, Mrs A Eke, Mr and Mrs D Bessey, P Cater, Dorothy and Alf, Pat and Spud Gordon, Dick and Kilda Plant, Margaret and Trevor Eglington (BT), Mr and Mrs R Whale (BT), Francis and Derek Hunn (BT), Roy and Jean Aldis (BT), Irene and Ken Beckett (BT), Mr and Mrs Bedingfield (BT), Ron from Acle (BT), Jean and Reg Hewitt (BT), Mr J Bessey (BT), Mr Peter Jarvis (BT).

Ivan's family would like to thank everyone for their kind messages of sympathy and the floral tributes received. Funeral arrangements were by Anglia Co-operative Funerals, who are still accepting donations for the Waveney Crossroads or Waveney Alzheimer's (cheques made payable to either Waveney Crossroads or Waveney Alzheimer's please), c/o 1 Terminus Building, Pakefield Street, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR33 0JT. Please would all accept this as the only but most sincere acknowledgment.


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