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Mr T H M Buckingham

PUBLISHED: 11:31 25 January 2008 | UPDATED: 19:32 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on January 15 for Terence Herbert Melville Buckingham of Lowestoft who died on December 31, aged 81.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on January 15 for Terence Herbert Melville Buckingham of Lowestoft who died on December 31, aged 81.

Father David Girling officiated.

Mourners were, Vicky Henderson, Penny and Stuart Robertson, Pippa Hoskin, Justin Hoskin, Karen Mingay, Fuji Henry (brother-in-law), Pat Hughes (sister-in-law), Jonathan Hughes, Mary Salmon, Mr W Gibbs snr, Mr and Mrs K Gibbs, Mrs P Gibbs snr, Mr and Mrs William Gibbs, David Welton (also representing the Morning Star), Mr and Mrs D Linder, Franc and Janette Casteleiro, Mr Graham Howsham (The Railway and Bowls Club), Mr and Mrs Geno Casteleiro, Mrs Pat Smith, Mr A Hepburn, Mr and Mrs W Waters, Mr and Mrs Drain and Bubbles, Mr and Mrs J Rix, Mrs Tansy Taylor, Mr and Mrs B Smith, M Clarke, Mr and Mrs P James (the Meenan family), Mr and Mrs A Smith, Mr Paddy Welch, Mr Frank Fletcher, Mr and Mrs A Stone, D Thompson, Mr and Mrs A Tharratt, W Huggins, Mr David Kempley, B Stammers, Marian Allerton.

The family of Mr Terence Buckingham wish to thank all relatives and friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes and donations received. Donations for RNLI Lowestoft Lifeboat are still being accepted c/o R Rivett Ltd, 15 Carlton Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR33 0RU.

Special thanks to all doctors and all other hospital staff for all the kindness and care they gave to Terry during his time in the James Paget. Also thanks go to Father David Girling for a beautiful service and all personnel at Rivett's for their compassion.

Would all please accept this as the only but most grateful acknowledgment.

Funeral arrangements were by R Rivett Ltd, 15 Carlton Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk.

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