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Mr L A Dalley

PUBLISHED: 10:18 06 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:06 06 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Kirkley Cemetery Chapel, on Tuesday, October 27, followed by burial in the cemetery for Lionel Alfred Dalley, who died on October 14, aged 85.

THE funeral service took place at Kirkley Cemetery Chapel, on Tuesday, October 27, followed by burial in the cemetery for Lionel Alfred Dalley, who died on October 14, aged 85.

Canon Wisken officiated.

Mourners were: Vera Dalley (wife), Linda and Peter Higham (daughter and son-in-law), Kevin and Lizzie Higham (grandson and wife), Charlie Higham (great grandson), Claude and Jean Dalley (brother and sister-in-law), Angela and Peter Watson (niece and husband), John Dalley (nephew), Alan Dalley (nephew), Christine and Alan Jewkes (niece and husband), Paul and Julia Ellis (nephew and wife), Mervyn Dalley (nephew), Louise Stolworthy (niece), Mary and Stuart Baker (niece and husband), John and Sam Cullen (nephew and wife), David and Lorraine Bullen (nephew and wife), Michelle Cullen, Stephen Bullen, Bronwyn and Ted Hammett, Jayne and Robin Smith, Rosemary Whitely and Richard Hunt, Diana and John Williamson, Brian Grimson, Roy Grimson, Marjorie Mace, Rodney and Janice Mace, Margaret Brady and Jim Hunt, Mr and Mrs Wilson, Mary Knights, John R Street (RPSA), Derek Sculfor, Brenda Smith.

Unable to attend were: Abigail Smith. Molly Smith.

The family wish to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes and donations for RNLI (Lowestoft) which are still being accepted c/o Critoph & Crowe, 49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft. NR33 0RB. Special thanks to doctors and staff at Rosedale Surgery, Carlton. doctors, nurses and staff in CCU and ward 14 James Paget Hospital. Critoph & Crowe for their very professional services.

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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