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Mr J V Forster

PUBLISHED: 16:34 18 December 2009 | UPDATED: 15:38 06 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Friday, December 11 for Jack Victor Forster of Stanford Street, Lowestoft who passed away at James Paget University Hospital on Saturday November 28, aged 91.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Friday, December 11 for Jack Victor Forster of Stanford Street, Lowestoft who passed away at James Paget University Hospital on Saturday November 28, aged 91.

Mourners were: David and Lois Forster (Son and Daughter-in-law), Josephine and Graham Williamson (Daughter and Son-in-law), Paul Forster (Grandson), Marie Barton (Granddaughter), Ian Williamson (Grandson) and Sarah Page, Justine, Nick and Theo Shaw-Jackson (Granddaughter), Fiona Williamson (Granddaughter), Brett Lyons, Betty and Bernard Hitter, Jayne and Stephen George, Henry George,

T J Hitter (representing David Hitter), Colin and Valerie Laws, Alf King, Kath Read, Frank Eade,

Jean Baker and Dennis Waters, Mr and Mrs David Howes, June and Norman Keable, Mary Moran (representing Community Nurses), Mr P Gower, J W Gardiner, Mr and Mrs Peter Watson, Antonio and Za, Paul King, Sandra Walker, Anne and Terry Smith, Ray Durrant, Ivan Harvey, Amy and Derrick Benstead, Peggy and David Fox and Billy and Audrey Hitter.

Unavoidably absent were: Sarah and George Georgiou (Granddaughter Cyprus).

Special thanks to Betty and Bernard, Alf and Frank for years of help and friendship, Jayne and Stephen George for their kindness, Dr J Atkins and the community nurses for all their caring and lastly to Ward Five at James Paget University Hospital for their care, dedication and kindness to Dad in his last days and for the kindness shown to us, his family.

Donations in memory of Jack for JPUH NHS Foundation Trust may be sent to Anglia Co-Operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1NY. Tel 01502 583637.

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


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