Mr W Keith

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Friday, March 20, for William Keith, of Mariners Street, Lowestoft, who died at James Paget University Hospital, on February 27, aged 83.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on Friday, March 20, for William Keith, of Mariners Street, Lowestoft, who died at James Paget University Hospital, on February 27, aged 83.

Superintendent Tim Jenkins officiated.

Mourners were: Margaret Keith (wife), Mary Carey (sister-in-law), Catherine Sexton (sister-in-law), Jedd Carey (brother-in-law), Joseph Carey (nephew), Pauline Barnard (sister), Danny and Yvonne Keith (brother and sister-in-law), Ernie Keith (brother), Mick Keith (nephew), Karen Saunders (niece), Lyn and Mike Homes (niece), Eric Baker, Richard Musgrove, Kerry Elmy, Sean Knight, Mike Chapman, John and Val Catchpole, Peter and Diane Gibbons, Edna and Jeannie Stoddart, Tracey and Trevor Williamson (god-daughter), Joy White, Sheila Culham, Mel Carter, Mary Oddy, Stuart Jones, Hans Boje, Joan Haylett, Gladys Plunkett, Glynis Platten, Julie Newberry, Betty Knight, Cynthia Redshaw, Malcom Horton, Bill Davidson, Bert Coleman, John Fox, Pauline Thompson, Joan West, Cliff and Elaine Williams, Maureen Barkes, Maureen Hearn, Peter and Myrtle Parker, Jenny McCormick, Debra Meek, Mike and Shirley Richford and Margaret Deakin.

Unable to attend were: Rosemarie and Clair Wilson (sister - Canada).


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Margaret would like to thank everyone for their kindness, cards and messages of sympathy. Special thanks to superintendent Tim Jenkins for the wonderful service and for his great kindness and understanding, and a special thank you to everyone at Anglia Co-Operative Funerals for their kindness and care shown to all the family.

Donation for East Anglia Air Ambulance and Royal National Association for Deep Sea Fisherman (RNADSF) in memory of William, are still being collected by Anglia Co-Operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1NY. Tel: 01502 583637.

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

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