Mr M B D Parnell

THE funeral service took place at St Peter's Church, Carlton Colville which was full to capacity, on Thursday, January 29, followed by the burial in the cemetery for Marc Bernard Donald Parnell, of Rounces Lane, who died on December 23, aged 19.

THE funeral service took place at St Peter's Church, Carlton Colville which was full to capacity, on Thursday, January 29, followed by the burial in the cemetery for Marc Bernard Donald Parnell, of Rounces Lane, who died on December 23, aged 19.

The Rev Jeremy Bishop officiated.

Mourners were: Adam Parnell (dad), Anna Parnell (mum), Ben Parnell, Jude Parnell, Ellis Parnell, Phoebe Parnell (brothers and sister), Bernard Mumble (grandad), Heather Humble (nanny), Ivan Humble (uncle), Nessie Butler (partner), Joy Madden, Lisa Madden, Rachel and Harry Madden, Naomi Woodley, Jill and Peter Hayward, James and Rose Parnell, many other relatives, friends and colleagues also attend the service too many to mention by name.

Floral tributes were from: Mum and Dad. Ellis. Phoebe. Ben. Jude. Nanny and Grandad. Uncle Ivan, Abbey, Connor, Mystic-Mai. Nessie. Granny Bo. Stuart, Alison, Jack and all at Oulton Mariners Under 13s. Harry. Naomi and Ray. John, Sarah, Robin, Matthew and Charlotte. Angelique, Scott and Christopher. Emma, Graham, Erin and Jake. Jill and Peter. Thomas, Kelly and Ben, Rachel and Jagdish, Elizabeth and Sandy.


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The family wish to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes and donations still being accepted for Oulton Mariners Under 13s Football Club, c/o Critoph and Crowe, 49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft, NR33 0RB.

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

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Funeral arrangements were by Critoph and Crowe, 49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft.

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