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Mr J Noble-Carmichael

PUBLISHED: 10:16 18 January 2008 | UPDATED: 19:26 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place of Joe Noble-Carmichael on December 21, a much loved husband, dad, stepdad and granddad, a true “gentleman.”

THE funeral service took place of Joe Noble-Carmichael on December 21, a much loved husband, dad, stepdad and granddad, a true “gentleman.” He died peacefully on December 12. Captain Paul McDonough conducted the service at Gorleston Crematorium.

Mourners were: Josephine Noble-Carmichael (widow), Lissa and Simon (stepdaughter and partner), Marcia and Robert (stepdaughter and partner), Ian Carmichael (son also representing Jeanette, Max, James and Millie), Elaine Carmichael (daughter) Roger (husband) Zoe and Guy (grandchildren), John Carmichael (brother), John and Susan Carmichael, Sonia Carmichael, Simon Carmichael, K Ingham, Maria Pilkington (Mr B Pilkington), Mr and Mrs S Everett, Barbara and Brian Trust, Elizabeth and Peter Remblance, Mr Mark Trust (Mrs Jo Trust), Mr David Remblance, Mr William Remblance, Mr and Mrs G Gower, Mrs Sheila Boggis (Mr Basil Boggis), Mrs Sonia Morton (Maria Foyster and families), Mr M Capps, Miss A Capps, Mr J Hammond, Mr and Mrs S Hitcham, Mr and Mrs S Shaw, Mrs J Crickmore, Mr and Mrs R Rayner, Mrs N Roberts, Mr and Mrs F Allen, Mr and Mrs C Pammen, Mrs K Cox, Mrs J Wigg, Mrs E Fletcher, Mrs M Carter, Mr and Mrs Q Middlemass, Mr and Mrs P Ansdell.

Unable to attend: Mrs E Carmichael, Mr R Carmichael, Mrs J Carmichael, Mr and Mrs S Trust, Mr and Mrs G Boggis, Mr and Mrs N Cole, Mr and Mrs P Holmes.

Josephine and family would like to thank Captain Paul McDonough for his kind and comforting service, all the kind cards and floral tributes received, also for Anglia Co-Operative Funerals for their excellent service and for all the donations received for JPUH NHS Foundation Trust. Apologies to anybody who attended and have not been mentioned. Will all please accept this as the only but most sincere acknowledgment.

Funeral arrangements were by Anglia Co-Operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1NY.

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