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Mr P Howes

PUBLISHED: 10:23 04 December 2009 | UPDATED: 15:30 06 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Wednesday, November 25, of Percy (Jack) Howes who died on November 11, aged 81.

The Curate Helen Jary officiated.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Wednesday, November 25, of Percy (Jack) Howes who died on November 11, aged 81.

The Curate Helen Jary officiated.

Mourners were: Doreen (wife), Larry and Sue, Kevin and Jeanette, Robert and Sarah, Richard and Gill, Shaun and Louise, Nathan and Kelly, Glynn and Linda Rose, Janet and Glynn Williams, Karen Kitchin, Jill Burwood, Donna Harmer, Colin Hutchinson, Bryan Hutchinson, Anne Hutchinson, Sylvia Lacey, Elaine Wicks, Louise Harrison, Nicky Haylock, Joe and Letty Hart, David and Beth Branson, Jean Sharman, Ann Gisborne, Megan Shand, Joanne, Shand, Pat Campbell, Tracey Campbell, Olive Leavey, Betty Leavey, Sarah Wood, Mr and Mrs A Brooks, Maud Pinkney, Keith Pinkney, Pam and Bernie Earles, Bernie Ladd, Malcolm Hicks, William Bird, Ron Lock and Yvonne Hogg, Dennis Bentley, P J Mitchell, Phill Munnings, Tom Beales, Jon Fennell, David Cheek, Darren Gloss.

Unable to attend were: Monica Rose and Russell Rose.

The family would like to thank all relatives and friends for their kind messages of condolence, flowers and donations for The Children's Ward, James Paget Hospital (cheques made payable to JPUH NHS Foundation Trust). Special thanks to Curate Helen Jary, the police and the paramedics.

Please would all accept this most sincere acknowledgment.

Funeral arrangements were by Anglia Co-operative Funerals, 1 Terminus Building, Pakefield Street, Lowestoft.


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