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Mr J R Arnopp

PUBLISHED: 10:15 23 November 2007 | UPDATED: 19:19 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at St Peter's and St John's Church, Kirkley, followed by interment in Kirkley Cemetery on November 12 for Mr John Robert Arnopp of Lowestoft (originally from Kinsale, Co Cork, Eire) who died on October 30 aged 86.

THE funeral service took place at St Peter's and St John's Church, Kirkley, followed by interment in Kirkley Cemetery on November 12 for Mr John Robert Arnopp of Lowestoft (originally from Kinsale, Co Cork, Eire) who died on October 30 aged 86.

The Rev Roy Wormald officiated.

Mourners were: Pierce, Jenny and Jason Arnopp, Nellie Arnopp, Paul and Diane Arnopp, John Arnopp, June and Graham Robbins, Wendy Arnopp, Ben and Doris Arnopp, Jackie, Mick and Michael Wones, Harry and Valerie Wones, Dora and David Appleyard, Vince and Lizzie Burrage, Phillip Smith, Nicholas John Carter, John Doveton Scott, Peggy and Ralph Mason, Jon Ballard, John King, Liz Vincent, Marie (friend), David and Jean Allington, Vanessa Harrod, Ron Parnell, Angela Newsome, Andrew Viner, Viv and son John.

The family of the late Mr John Robert Arnopp wish to thank all relatives and friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes and donations received. Donations for the British Heart Foundation are still being accepted c/o R Rivett Limited, 15 Carlton Road, Lowestoft, NR33 0RU.

Special thanks to James Paget Hospital, Alexander Road Surgery, all at Eastpoint, Bob Adams, Dial-a-Ride, Lowestoft Library ladies, Home Alarm staff, to Rev Wormald for his lovely service and comforting presence, Terry Hepworth, to all at Rivetts for their impeccable funeral arrangements, Dorothy Bennett for supply 'He hideth my soul'. Uncle John will be sadly missed by his family and all who knew him.

Would all please accept this as the only but most grateful acknowledgment.


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