Mrs A D Long
THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium, on Monday, May 24, for Mrs Angela Dora Long, of Lowestoft, who died on May 12, aged 56.Civil celebrant Steve Haughton officiated.
THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium, on Monday, May 24, for Mrs Angela Dora Long, of Lowestoft, who died on May 12, aged 56.
Civil celebrant Steve Haughton officiated.
Mourners were: Peter Long, Carl Long, Kelly and Stuart Woolston, Chris and Matt Ginman, Alix Ginman, Clair Gulen, Andy Long, Carol Frosdick, Gordon and Hilda Block, Gwen Supple, Sandra Richmond, Margaret Songhurst, Kristina Gooderham, Sharon Woolston, Glen Songhurst, Geoff Woolston, Gloria Willis, Pauline Oshea, Ian Harris, Brian Burrage and Mona, Adam Wade, Mark Beare, Stuart Halsey, Jason Mantripp, Carl Hargreaves, Geoffrey Lilley, Brian Aherne, Jamie Jinkerson, Leigh Burgess, Kerry Court, Gavin Wells, Sarah Wells.
The family wish to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes and donations for JPUH NHS Foundation Trust (Ward 17) which are still being accepted c/o Critoph & Crowe, 49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft, NR33 0RB. Special thanks Steven Haughton civil celebrant and all doctors and staff of Ward 17 at James Paget.
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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.
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