Mr M MacLean

PUBLISHED: 11:25 19 September 2008 | UPDATED: 21:19 05 July 2010

A CELEBRATION of life for Malcolm MacLean (Mac) who died August 23 was held at St Margaret's Church, Lowestoft on September 5, followed by a private family committal at Gorleston Crematorium.

A CELEBRATION of life for Malcolm MacLean (Mac) who died August 23 was held at St Margaret's Church, Lowestoft on September 5, followed by a private family committal at Gorleston Crematorium.

Principle mourners were, Valerie (wife), Callum (son), Lorraine and Phil (step daughters), Karen, Faye and Mike, sisters Rhona and John, Rita, Gill and Fred, brother-in-laws Alan, Brian and Beverly, Trevor and Betty, Phil and Dee, sister-in-laws Janice, Carol and Bob, many nieces and nephews, Club and Office Staff of Broadland Holiday Village, many close and dear friends to numerous to mention. Unavoidably absent were Son Alex, Brother in Law Derek and Pearl, Sister in Laws Ellie (Holland) and Beryl.

Floral Tributes were: Forever in my heart dearest husband I couldn't take away your pain or catch you a rainbow fair. I couldn't build a mountain for both of us to share. My heart is broken, but deep inside I know you have to leave. My dearest Mac, go with my love, you're now at peace and free. I will miss you so much. Love always Val xxx

In loving memory of a dear dad. To a loving father and a wonderful dad. See you again one day Pops xxx

Forever in our thoughts. To a loving step-dad and grandpa. Miss you dearly lots of love from Lollie, Phil and Tilly xxxx.

Mac in loving memory for all the fun and laughter and always being there - thank you. Miss you 'love ya' Karen.

In loving memory of my step-father and a true gentleman. Thank you for giving me some of the best memories and laughs of my life! I still cannot believe you are no longer with us. I think about you everyday and miss you so badly. I'm so proud to say you were in my life. I love you. Thank you. Love forever Faye, Michael and Sisko.

In memory of Malcolm, a much cared brother, from his sister Rhona and family - John, Michael, Joan, Steven, Karen, Elizabeth, Kenneth, David, Sarah and Bethany.

In loving memory of my dear brother Mac, always loved you always will. Rita xxx.

To a beloved brother and uncle, an inspiration to all looking to make the most of life. May you rest in peace Mac. All our love sister Gill, Lisa, Katie, Meryl and Stuart xxx.

With deepest sympathy. In loving memory of Mac. A loving brother-in-law and uncle. Derek, Pearl and Family. Alan and Ellie. Bryan, Bev and Family. Trevor, Betty and Family. Janice and Family. Carol, Bob and Family. Philip, Dee and Family.

In loving memory of a dear brother-in-law and uncle. Mac sadly missed love from Beryl, Stephanie, Gemma and Fred x.

Always remembered “Uncle Mac” To the man who taught me everything I needed to know in life! (and some I shouldn't). You'll be truly missed but never forgotten. Love always Eddie and Edwina xxx.

With deepest sympathy from Pat and Rod and all at Parc Catering.

Valerie and family would like to thank relatives, work colleagues and friends for their caring thoughts, support and donations. Also to Canon Simpson for a wonderful service. The staff at the James Paget University Hospital on the Sandra Chapman Ward and Dr O'Driscoll. Special thanks to Graeme and staff at Anglia Co-operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, to whom donations can be sent for JPUH NHS Foundation Trust. Will all please accept this as the only but most grateful acknowledgment.

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