Mr S L Utting Jnr

THE funeral service took place at St Michael's Church Oulton, on Friday, December 21 for Mr Steven Lavanna Utting Jnr Of Mimosa Walk, Lowestoft, who died on December 11th aged 38 years.

THE funeral service took place at St Michael's Church Oulton, on Friday, December 21 for Mr Steven Lavanna Utting Jnr Of Mimosa Walk, Lowestoft, who died on December 11th aged 38 years.

Canon Brian Wisken officiated.

Mourners were: Tina Utting, Shane Utting, Fabian Utting, Dawn Utting, Joy Utting, Stephen Utting Snr, Robert Utting, Fred and Hazel Newstead, Julie and Dan, Chris and Mandy Hart, Teri and Bianca, Sean, Sonia and Marcus Jervis, Jamie Utting, Timothy Fuller, Luke Fuller, Geraldine Woods, Des Woods, Jeff Woods, Kris Woods, Carol Denny, Hugh Denny, Brian Gibson, Jackie Knights, Sarah Knights, Emma Knights, Leighanne Knights, Rachel Goddard, Denny, Fred, Disa, Stefan and Carly, Harold Loveday, Joe Loveday, Karen and Darren Robinson, Lee and Rhiannon Ffrench, Sharon Stephens, Chester Chapman Gordon Stephens, Daniel Stephens, Margaret Poppey, Della Manthorpe. Gaius Hawes, David Dean, Samantha Dean, Jamie Albrow, Christine Grand, Julie Nesbitt, Sue Willgoss, Terry Willgoss, Susan Norman, Robert Hudson, Maxine Vivers, Mrs Palmer (representing Shona and Ian Duncan), Sally Utting. Many other relatives and friends also attended the service too many to mention by name.

Floral Tributes were: Sadly missed my darling Husband, I remember the day I met you and the day God made you mine, I remember the day I lost you and will till the end of time, but through my tears and heartache there's one thing that made me glad that you chose me to share with you those precious years we had. Love always, till we meet again, Tina xxx. Thinking of you Dear Dad, you are the best friend we ever had. Love you always, Shane and Fabian xxx. Stevie, I love you, your broken-hearted Mum, John 3. v16. Thinking of you, thank you for the top of the league moments and premiership memories that we shared together that will always be second to none, love you Son, Dad. Rest in peace, from Brian and Pauline. To the brother who will be sadly missed all our lives, Love, Chris, Mandy, Mark, Keith, Adam, Heskey and Sky too. Always remembered with love, from Denny, Fred, Disa, Stefan, Jarrod and Kyle. Brother forever in our hearts, Steven a dear brother and uncle, rest in peace, Carol, Hugh, Tracey, Tim and Gemma. In loving memory, never forgotten with love, Geraldine, Des, Jeff and Kris xxx. To Stevie, we had joy, we had fun, we had seasons in the sun. Love you always, Sister Jackie and family. In loving memory of a dear brother Steve, will love and miss you always and forever, your Brother Robert. In God's keeping Steven, death leaves heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal, Sal, Jamie and Kerry. In loving memory of a dear brother, Steven, thank you for all the happy times in our childhood, you will be sadly missed. Your loving Sister Julie xxx. In loving memory, to Steve who will be sadly missed by all, all our love Sean, Sonia and Marcus xxx. With deepest sympathy, so loved in life and so sadly missed, “Elvis has left the building,” Sleep well my Brother, forever in our hearts, Darren, Karen and Daniel xxx. With deepest sympathy, rest in peace Steven xxx, Love, Andy, Teri and family. In loving memory of a dear friend, you will always hold dear in my memories and will be deeply missed, in our thoughts always, Love, Sharon, Chester, Dan and Jordan xxx. With deepest sympathy, Blue days, Black nights, I didn't realise I would miss you the way I do (Buddy Holly), Love always, Lee, Rhiannon, Ross, Simon and Carys xxx. In loving memory of Steve, a good neighbour and friend, Ivy and Dot, Tina and family. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time of losing Steve, he was a good friend and he will be sadly missed, sending you all our love, Rick, Julie, Robert, Emily, Katie and Amelia xxx. With deepest sympathy, in our thoughts, sleep well, Love, Chris, Bianca, Shaniah, Leon and little Tyler.

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

Special thanks to Gaius and Canon Wisken for his comforting service.

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

Funeral arrangements were by Critoph & Crowe, 49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft NR33 0RB.

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