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THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Wednesday, February 3rd for Jeffrey Frost who died on January 15.Tim, Jenkins, the port missionary, officiated.
THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Wednesday, February 3rd for Jeffrey Frost who died on January 15.
Tim, Jenkins, the port missionary, officiated.
Mourners were: Joyce Frost (Wife), Maureen and Roy Spindler, Adrian and Carol Spindler, Allie Taylor, Sheila Culham, John Watson, Barrie Wood, Mr and Mrs P D Green, John Wright, Graham Bartram, Alan and Barbara Wren, Bob Evering, Ray Burwood, Alan Duff, Ivan Rumsby, Steve Turrell, Margaret and Ron Hayward, Alvin Howlett, Russell Bond, Bob Toler, Janet and David Gooch, Smudger Peggy Smith, Len Pigney, Terry and Dawn Wylie, Richard Peck, Gordon Julings, Charlie and Beryl Smith, Mr and Mrs Andy Porter, Trevor Eglington, Jean and David Crouch, Peter Cole, Michael Peck, John Wild, Anne and Terry Smith, Grant Burwood, Michael Burwood, Bob and Yvonne Guesdon and Herbert Lee. Larissa Spindler and Leon Pritchard were unable to attend.
Thanks also to the staff of Lowestoft Hospital and for the donations received. Thanks also to Tim of the Fisherman's Mission for his lovely service. And special thanks to all of Jeff's biker pals and colleagues who turned out to support the family.
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