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Mr J E Brooks

PUBLISHED: 09:35 05 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:35 06 July 2010

PRECEDED by a private committal at Gorleston Crematorium the service of thanksgiving took place at Wrentham Church on Thursday, February 18 for Mr John Edward (Jimmy) Brooks of Wrentham who died on February 3 aged 87.

PRECEDED by a private committal at Gorleston Crematorium the service of thanksgiving took place at Wrentham Church on Thursday, February 18 for Mr John Edward (Jimmy) Brooks of Wrentham who died on February 3 aged 87.

The Rev Leonard Payne officiated.

Mourners were: Mr and Mrs J Cook (Daughter), Andrew and Simon (Grandsons), Mr and Mrs J Warren (Daughter), Lee and Hannah, Mr and Mrs D Mills (Daughter), Luke and Scott (Grandsons), Mr P Brooks (Son), Julie, Terry and Mia, Mrs J Scoggins (Sister), Mrs M Gage (Sister), Mr and Mrs P Lee, Mr and Mrs K Scoggins, Mr and Mrs M Scoggins, Mr and Mrs P Noal, Mr S Lee, Mr D Gage, Mr K Gage, Mr A Gage, Mrs C Gillett, Mr D Gillett (also representing Hazel and Lizzy), Mr R Gillett, Miss C Wilson (Harry and Ruby), Mr G Mills, Ms D Farr, Mrs K Mills, Mr and Mrs T Page, Mr and Mrs G Bracewell, Mrs P O'Hara, Sarah Fairhead, Mr J Ellis, Brenda Roberts, Mick Bywaters, Chris Napthine, David Reeves, Mr and Mrs M Newson, Geoffrey Baden, Roger Middleditch, John Barber, Mel Plant, Gill Kennett, Anne Buckley, Dennis Dorling, Mr J Bullen, Ray Minister, Kevin Moore, Mr P Whatling (Mrs J Whatling), Mr L Chatfield (Mrs P Chatfield), Mrs P Delf, Max Waters (Tina Waters), Diane and Mick Guthrie, Penny and Robin Barley, Tyler Warby (Warby family), Mrs N Rouse and Daniel Rouse (Suffolk Fire and Rescue).

Funeral arrangements were by R Rivett Ltd.

The family of the late Mr Jimmy Brooks wish to thank all relatives and friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy, the beautiful floral tributes and donations received.

Donations for either the Royal British Legion or the Fire Service Benevolent Fund are being accepted c/o R Rivett Ltd., 15 Carlton Road, Lowestoft NR33 0RU.

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


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