Mr R J Lincoln

THE funeral service took place at St. Edmunds Church, Kessingland, followed by burial in the churchyard, for Jack Lincoln, of Kessingland, who died on February 23, aged 83.

THE funeral service took place at St. Edmunds Church, Kessingland, followed by burial in the churchyard, for Jack Lincoln, of Kessingland, who died on February 23, aged 83.

The Rev Brian Fisher officiated assisted by Rev Joan Oddy.

Mourners were: Elizabeth Lincoln (wife), Marcy and Sas Lincoln (son and daughter-in-law), Jackie and Mike Underdown (daughter and son-in-law), Marcel and Jodie Cheek (grandson), Kate and Em� Lincoln (granddaughters), Jack and Dad (great-grandson), Jane and Chris Bowles, Bernard and Shirley Utting, Doreen and Mick Blowers, Robert and Shirley Utting, David and Maureen Rose, Diane Crowson, Mr and Mrs D Watson, Nicola Watson, Ian McCulloch, Jim McCulloch, Mr and Mrs Paul Lincoln, Doreen and Mac Sussams, Mr and Mrs D Baker, Mr and Mrs A Underdown, Mrs P Self, G R Brown, Mrs P Brown (also representing Bethel), Mr G Brown (Bethel), Mr D and Mrs R Cooper, Ms S Gibson, Mrs J Calver, Mrs S Carther, P Hammond, J Cartlidge, Pam, Chris Thacker, Pam and Alan Catchpole, Julie and Tony Warner, Sarah Fox, Ray Prescott MBE, Daphne and John Hammond, Mrs J Burglin, Mr N Burglin, Mr and Mrs Derek Hunn, Mr and Mrs L Prettyman, Anne Cumby, Arthur Brown, John and Trica Lazenby, Donna and Ross Hammond, David Batley.

The family wish to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes and donations still being accepted (all cheques payable to Critoph and Crowe charity account), c/o Critoph and Crowe, 49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft NR33 0RB. Special thanks to ITU at James Paget and Brian for the lovely service. 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 NR33 0RB.

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