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Mr W C Levett

PUBLISHED: 10:54 21 March 2008 | UPDATED: 19:57 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on March 12 for Wilfred Charles Levett of Oulton Broad who died on February 28 aged 86.

The Rev Ian Bentley officiated.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on March 12 for Wilfred Charles Levett of Oulton Broad who died on February 28 aged 86.

The Rev Ian Bentley officiated.

Mourners were, Mr D Levett, Mr and Mrs P Wright, Mrs M Burwood, Mrs J Chilver, Mr and Mrs D Gower, Mr T Gower, Mr and Mrs I Whomes, Mr and Mrs J Gooch, Mrs J Taylor, Mrs R Linnett, Mr S Campbell, Mrs B Oakes, Mr and Mrs M Tripp, Inspector I Moore (also representing the Suffolk Constabulary), Mr J Reynolds, Mr J Street, Mr T Curtis (all former Suffolk Constabulary colleagues).

Unable to attend were: Mr and Mrs S Levett of Lavenham and Mrs L Wright of Ireland.

Floral tributes were: Always caring and helpful, thank you dad, love David. Thank you for being such a wonderful dad, your death has left a big gap in our lives, rest in peace and now reunited with mum, all our love Val and Paul. In loving memory of uncle Wilf love Maureen, Linda, Diane and families. Still in our thoughts, from Julie, Mark, Sarah, Samuel, Ann, Jimmy and Dawn. To a lovely neighbour who will be greatly missed, Suzanne, Mark, Kieran and Jessica. With deepest sympathy from the Chief Constable and officers of the Suffolk Constabulary.

The family of the late Mr W C Levett wish to thank all relatives and friends for their kindness and support at this sad time, the beautiful floral tributes and donations received. Donations to the RNLI (Lowestoft) are still being accepted c/o Arthur Jary & Sons, Oulton Broad.

Special thanks to all the staff on Ward 18, James Paget Hospital, the support given to the family by the Suffolk Constabulary and the Rev Ian Bentley for a lovely service.

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

Funeral arrangements were by Arthur Jary & Sons, Oulton Broad.


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