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Mr L R Budden

PUBLISHED: 11:22 07 December 2007 | UPDATED: 19:20 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Lowestoft Cemetery Chapel followed by burial in Lowestoft Cemetery, on November 23 of Louis Richard Budden of North Bay House, Oulton Broad, Lowestoft, who died on November 6 aged 84 years.

THE funeral service took place at Lowestoft Cemetery Chapel followed by burial in Lowestoft Cemetery, on November 23 of Louis Richard Budden of North Bay House, Oulton Broad, Lowestoft, who died on November 6 aged 84 years.

The Rev Val Burgess officiated.

Mourners were, Lesley and George Rhodes, Christine and Peter Frampton, Roderick Budden, Jim and Ann Budden, Ralph and Carol Budden, Alec and Norma Budden, Frank Wright, Sarah Keelay, Jim and Sue Sword, Peter Sword, James Sword, Jane and Mark Cole, Michael Stewart, Sally and David Cropley, Marie Budden, Andrew Frampton, Tanya Budden and Rob, Ian Budden, Claire Seed, Damian Rhodes and Tammy, Jamie Budden, Midge and George Leggett, Audrey Hales, Beryl Bendell, Margaret Alsten (also representing Pat and Brian Prime), Helena Helendoorn (North Bay House) and Joanne Paul (North Bay House).

The family wish to thank all those who sent floral tributes and messages of sympathy, the staff at North Bay House for Lou's comfort and dignity over the last three and a half years and to Anglia Co-Operative Funeral Service for their caring, understanding and efficiency. Also special thanks to the Rev Val Burgess for her exceptional kindness for a memorable, moving service, finally to the 4 Lowestoft Air Cadet buglers for their fine performance at the grave side.

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

Funerals arrangements were by Anglia Co-operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft.


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