Mr K S Whatling

THE funeral service took place at All Saints' and St Margaret's Church, Pakefield followed by interment at Kirkley Cemetery for Kenneth Sidney Whatling of Lowestoft who died at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital on February 26, aged 73.

THE funeral service took place at All Saints' and St Margaret's Church, Pakefield followed by interment at Kirkley Cemetery for Kenneth Sidney Whatling of Lowestoft who died at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital on February 26, aged 73.

Major Beth Maddern officiated.

Mourners were: Doris (wife), Kerry and Bruce (daughter and son-in-law), Caroline (daughter), Joshua (grandson), Clifford Marjoram, Shirley Ward, Pam Godbold, Brenda and Kevin Read, Rosemary Robinson, Adrian Whatling, Malcolm Whatling, Norma Goldspink, Ronald Hilton, Mr and Mrs P Mitchell, Jean and Doug Blowers, Susan Dyer (also representing Mr and Mrs R Kennedy and Mrs Janet Fraser), Pat and Harry King-Gardiner, Madeline Burgess, Molly and David Perkins, Margaret and Gerald Woodrow, David and Beryl Barnard, Roger and Gurnej Cox, Dorothy Jarvis and Beryl Cox (Rookery Ladies), Mr and Mrs A Hobbs (Upsticks Cribbage League), Mary and Brian Tripp, Geoff Kent (Table Tennis League), Phil Pettifer, Brian Gooch, Ron Gillard, Ken Carter (Table Tennis), P R Cooke (ECW), Arthur Jenner, John Pearson, Arthur Fellingham, Theresa Moll, Andrew Baldwin, Mr J and Mrs M Blowers, Geraldine Bryant, Pat and Vic Gill, Alan and Jenny Bowler, June Smith (Greta Knights), Gina and Tim Saunders, John Page, Joan Durrant, Ray and Brenda Durrant.

Unable to attend were: Mrs A Hunter, Miss H Hunter, John Sandra and Anna Rackham.


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Grateful thanks from us all to Major Beth Maddern for a wonderful and comforting service.

The family of Ken would like to thank all relatives and friends for the many cards and messages of sympathy and for donations to East Anglian Children's Hospice and the RSPB which are still being accepted by Anglia Co-operative Funerals, 1 Terminus Building, Pakefield Street, Lowestoft NR 33 0JT. Thanks also to Anglia Co-operative Funerals for their help.

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

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