Mr J W Quantrill

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Thursday, January 8, for James William Quantrill, of Oulton Broad, who died on December 21, aged 83.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Thursday, January 8, for James William Quantrill, of Oulton Broad, who died on December 21, aged 83.

The Rev Robin Pritchard officiated.

Mourners were, Eileen Quantrill (wife), Robin and Alison Quantrill (son and daughter in law), Miss Grace Quantrill (grandaughter), Master Adam Quantriull (grandson), Ruby Holland (sister), Carol and John Garrod (sister and brother in law), Joan Wright, Andrew and Joan Holland (nephew and wife), Jonathan Holland, Paul and Margaret Wright, Stephen Garrod, Ray Turrell, Ron Turrell, Ivan Turrell, Roy Cunningham, Doreen Canham, Jim and Janet Smith, Andrew and Muriel Crowe, Pat and Doug Davie. Ex work colleagues, neighbours and friends also attended the service, too many to mention by name.

Floral tributes were: Forever in my heart dearest husband, life without you is something I have to bear, but losing you will always seem unfair, time will not heal the heartache or stop the silent tear or take away the longing for one I loved so dear, love Eileen. Robin and Alison. In loving memory of a dear grandad, Grandad you were very kind to me but just to think of you are not here anymore breaks my heart, I never could have asked for a better grandad than you, love Grace and Adam. Ruby, Andrew, Joan and Jonathan.


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The family wishes to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expression of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes and donations still being accepted for Friends of Lowestoft Hospital, c/o Critoph & Crowe, 49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft, NR33 0RB.

Special thanks to Alison for all her help and support and Joan Wright for giving Mum support at this difficult time.

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

Funeral arrangements were by Critoph & Crowe,49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft.

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