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Mr R S E Colby

PUBLISHED: 10:47 24 October 2008 | UPDATED: 21:36 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Holy Trinity Church, Gisleham, on October 17, for Raymond Sidney Ernest Colby, who died suddenly, on October 4, aged 66.

THE funeral service took place at Holy Trinity Church, Gisleham, on October 17, for Raymond Sidney Ernest Colby, who died suddenly, on October 4, aged 66.

Mourners were, Margaret Colby, wife; Hayley Powell (daughter), Martin Colby and Sylvia Skelton (son and partner), Hannah, Emily-Rose and Keziah-Mae Powell (granddaughters), Mark and Donna Skelton, Vera Palmer (sister), Barry and Alice Colby (brother and sister-in-law), Marilyn and Roy Rayment (sister and brother-in-law), Edith Colby (sister-in-law), Frances Colby (sister-in-law), Diane Goodman, Christopher and Shirley Colby, Adrian Colby, Rachel Colby-Francis, Paula Rayment, John and Alison Colby, Lisa Cook, Selina Colby, Kieran Colby, Eric and Jessie Bye, Peggy Collyer, Peter and June Collyer, Tony and Ann Collyer, Wilfred Collyer, Janet Doughty (also representing Derek Doughty), Joe Plummer, Mark Chadbourne, Terry and Val Brown, Jeanette Hindes, Richard and Pauline Godbold, John and Sue Adams, Dorothy and Derek Dean, Michaela Dean, Karen and Sean Everette, Eileen West, Fred Sterry, Thelma and Trevor Hitter, Beryl and Dougie Websdale, Kevin Websdale, Beryl and Jimmy Hazell, Ray and Margaret Baxter, Stephen Powell and Heather Wood, David Crisp, Frank and Linda Brown, Ivan and Heather Harvey, Gloria and Nicky Harrison, Marlene and Tony Grief, Norman and Maureen Brown Valerie Rudd, Joan and Ronnie George.

Also present were many friends, too numerous to mention by name, but who gave great comfort to the family.

Margaret, Hayley and Martin wish to thank all family, friends and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy, beautiful flowers and donations for Papworth Hospital which are still being received at Anglia Co-op Funerals, Pakefield. Special thanks to Dr Bigg and Dr Machin (Victoria Road), Frances and Terry and the paramedics who tried so hard to save Ray.

Many thanks to the Rev Derek Cowie for the lovely service, Lorraine at Anglia Co-op for all her help and kindness at this difficult time, and all the staff at the Sailors' Home for the lovely buffet.

Please accept this as the only but most grateful acknowledgment.

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