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Mr K J Butcher

PUBLISHED: 10:21 04 December 2009 | UPDATED: 15:30 06 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on November 17, for Mr Keith John Butcher of Oulton Broad, who died at home on November 5, aged 75.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on November 17, for Mr Keith John Butcher of Oulton Broad, who died at home on November 5, aged 75.

Mourners were: Jeanette (wife), Saun (son), Carol (daughter), Lorna and Kyle(grandchildren), Carl Harris, Mr and Mrs P Wright, Mr and Mrs A Button, Jackie Ball, Mr and Mrs D Wells, Thelma Wells, Teresa and Jason Cains, Nichola Wells, Mr D Mathieson, Ruth Pettingill, Katie-Anne Pettingill, Mr and Mrs P Mathieson, Jean, Chris, Marion and Brett Butcher, Mrs I Butcher, Jayne and Matthew Hunter, David and Samantha Butcher, Mr and Mrs V Sayer, Stephen, Adam and Scott Butcher, Mr and Mrs B Sayer, Mrs Glynis Mayo, Jayne and Peter Sayer, Robin and Anita Harris, Julie and Craig Harris, Jared Harris, Calum Harris, Ehren Harris, Alan Philpot, Heather Terry, Cameron Terry, Ryan Terry, Louisa Robinson, David and Sheila Layton, David and Cynthia Thurling, Eileen and Chris Walliman (also representing the Halesworth and District Model Engineering Society), John and Joan Murray, Kenny and Doreen Hutchinson, Mr and Mrs R Barker, Maurice Savory, Brian Read, Barbara and John Banks, Mr and Mrs J Cockrill, Eileen and Denny Pembroke, John and Elsie Ayers, Joyce and Colin Ayers, Joyce and John Sexton, Binnie Peters, Michael and Marilyn Borrett, John Robbens, Richard Conolly, Julie Nichol and David Deacon.

Unavoidably absent were sister and brother in law Olive and Denny Power.

The family wish to thank all relatives, friends, neighbours and the neighbourhood watch for their kind expressions of sympathy, the beautiful flower tributes and donations still being accepted for the British Heart Foundation care of Anglia Co-Operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1NY. Tel: 01502-583637.

Our thanks also go to the ambulance crew who attended Keith, the Rev Roger Key for the lovely service and to Anglia Co-Operative Funerals for all their help in making the arrangements.

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


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