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Mr W G Taylor

PUBLISHED: 11:03 07 December 2007 | UPDATED: 19:19 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at St Edmunds Church, Kessingland, followed by burial in the churchyard on Monday, December 3, for Mr William George Taylor, of Kessingland, who died on November 23, aged 77.

THE funeral service took place at St Edmunds Church, Kessingland, followed by burial in the churchyard on Monday, December 3, for Mr William George Taylor, of Kessingland, who died on November 23, aged 77.

The Rev Joan Oddy officiated.

Mourners were, Sheila Taylor (wife), Eileen Cooke (sister), Steven and Linda Taylor (son and daughter-in-law), Philip Taylor (son), Beverley Slegg and Will (daughter and partner), Sharon Ode and Terry (daughter and partner), Jennie and Lou Atkinson (daughter and son-in-law), Jackie and Paul Turrell (daughter and son-in-law), Alison and Stephen Peck (daughter and son-in-law), grandchildren Kenneth, Rebecca, Sophie, Natalie, Emily, Katie, Laurie, Nicky, Christie, Lucy, Paige (great granddaughter), Justin, Kirsty, Leigh, Daniella and Jordan. Andrew Bott, Guy Johnson, Ryan Gell, Conrad and Christine Turrell, Pat Cruse (Alzheimers Society), J Hammond, Derek and Olive Reed, Heather Stockton, Susan Stockton, Jan and Barry Young, Ernie and Sylvia, Rosemary Dores, Pearl Peck, Dorothy and Derek, Valerie, Maureen, Fred and Beryl, Nigel Bale, Billy Soloman, Mr and Mrs N Marshall, Ann Dopson, Marina Collison, Tony Warner. Unable to attend Clifford Taylor and family - son (Canada).

The family wish to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes and donations to Dr Drane & Partners being received c/o Critoph & Crowe 49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft. Special thanks to all the family for their help and support, The Rev. Joan Oddy for her comforting service.

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


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