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Mr M A Plumb

PUBLISHED: 12:00 21 November 2008 | UPDATED: 21:51 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at North Cove Church, on Friday, November 7, for Melvyn Albert Plumb (Ducky) of Pakefield, who died on October 25, at the James Paget University Hospital, aged 77.

THE funeral service took place at North Cove Church, on Friday, November 7, for Melvyn Albert Plumb (Ducky) of Pakefield, who died on October 25, at the James Paget University Hospital, aged 77.

The Rev Joan Oddy officiated.

Mourners were, Christine and Trevor Rouse (daughter and son-in-law), Margaret and John Brooke (sister and husband), Keith and Jean Bedingfield (brother and wife), Brian and Jean Myhill (brother-in-law and sister-in-law), Jean and Derek Nolloth (sister-in-law and brother-in-law), Hazel and Arthur Bond (sister-in-law and brother-in-law), Dawn and David Lambert, Julie Osborn, Alan Pidcock, Doreen Neathey, Trevor Myhill, Steven and Val Bond, Rosemary Neathey, Richard and Margaret (Leeds), Mary and Bernie Herrington, Joyce Garrod, Ray and Sandra Garrod, Linda McKernan, Gill Cheesman, Ray Minister, Diane Cook, Florrie Barker, Todd and Janet Ruffles, Jean and David Alger, Jeanette Tusone, Pat Fathers, Nick and Sandra Jack, Irene and Ron Ashman, Marlene and Harry Pendle, Melanie Maynard, Sheryl Aldridge, Betty Boon, Susan Fowler, Ivy and Keith Tibbenham, Terry and Nicola Rouse, Marie and Mick Flegg, Ben and Ann Blower, Tess Blower, Margaret and Tony Hall, Lew Hall, Jane Gale, Michael Ellis (Hilda Ellis), Adrian and Marion Gotts, Tom Youngman, Stephen Hall, John Brewington, David and Jacky Turrell, Christopher, Christine, Carla and Alex Wright, Keith Balls, Arthur Daines, Peter Baxter, Josie Boddy, Sandy Griffin, Graham and Sandra West, Peggy Collyer, Margaret Thurston, Judy Thacker, Joan Pryce, Joan and Ivan Hurn, Dawn Connelly, Pauline Brown, Joyce Bennett, Margaret Parker.

Unable to attend were: Ray, Anne, Mark and Stuart Preston (Australia).

The family of Ducky wish to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes received. Special thanks to the paramedics EADU and Ward 1 at the James Paget University Hospital for their devoted care, the Rev Joan Oddy for her comforting service and the staff at Anglia Co-operative Funerals. Will all please accept this as the only but most sincere acknowledgment.

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