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Mr P St Pier

PUBLISHED: 10:10 14 March 2008 | UPDATED: 19:54 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at St. Edmunds Church, Kessingland on Monday, March 10 followed by the burial in the churchyard for Peter St Pier, of Whites Lane, Kessingland, who died on February 26, aged 79.

THE funeral service took place at St. Edmunds Church, Kessingland on Monday, March 10 followed by the burial in the churchyard for Peter St Pier, of Whites Lane, Kessingland, who died on February 26, aged 79.

Canon Lyndy Domoney officiated.

Mourners were, John, Sarah, Brian, Sam, Max, Iris, Eric, Roz, Wesley, Holly, Demi, Dawn, Danny and Chloe, Levi, Karen and Colin, Barry and Chris, Ivy, Rosemary, Steven, David, Stewart, Catherine, Stewart and Trudy.

Floral Tributes were: Loving memory of a dear uncle, to our dearest Uncle Peter, what a wonderful kind and loving person you have been to us all, you have given us so many happy memories over the years, I know you will continue to watch over us as you always have, you will never be forgotten and we will truly miss you forever, love always Sarah, Brian, Sam and Max. In loving memory of happy times spent together in Chadwell Heath and Kessingland, cousin John. To a dear cousin always in our thoughts God bless, Iris and Harry. With deepest sympathy, dear Peter you will be sadly missed but always in our thoughts with our love Iris and Eric. In loving memory of Uncle Peter, you will always be in our hearts God bless, all our love Chris, Roz, Wesley, Hettty and Demi. Sadly missed rest in peace from Jill, Christine and family. In loving memory Uncle Peter, thank you for being so kind we will miss you love Lauren and Luke. With deepest sympathy, in memory of Peter from David. In loving memory, to Uncle Peter with fondest regards and love, from Catherine, Stewart, Eliot and Alexander. In loving memory Uncle Peter, one of the kindest people we have ever known, fond memories love Karen, Colin, Levi and Bradley. In loving memory of a dear friend, dearest Pete, you have been a good friend and a true gentleman we will miss you greatly with love from Trudy, Stewart and family. With deepest sympathy, for dear Peter, so sorry to have lost our neighbour who was a real gent, God bless, love Chris, Barry, James and Eloise. With deepest sympathy, to Peter with love Dawn, Chole and Danny. Happy memories Peter, you were a true gentleman, love from Rose and Barry. With deepest sympathy from Ivy, Keith, Denise and Lesley.

The family wishes to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expression of sympathy and beautiful floral tributes received.

Special thanks to Dr Cockshot, Kessingland Surgery and Critoph and Crowe for their professional service.

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

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

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