Mrs A E Acamon-Carbonelli

THE funeral service took place on December 30th 2009 at Kirkley cemetery chapel, followed by interment in the cemetery, for Audrey Emily Acamon-Carbonelli, who died at Lound Hall nursing home on December 20, aged 84.

THE funeral service took place on December 30th 2009 at Kirkley cemetery chapel, followed by interment in the cemetery, for Audrey Emily Acamon-Carbonelli, who died at Lound Hall nursing home on December 20, aged 84.

The Rev Val Burgess officiated.

Mourners were: Mary Garbutt (daughter), Martino Acamon-Carbonelli and Linda Fitchett (son and partner), Andy and Janet (son and daughter-in-law), Chris (son), Rachel Carbonelli (granddaughter), Richard Carbonelli and Gee Griffiths (grandson and partner), Jordan Raynsford, Joshua Hills, Kyle McWilliam, Allan Knight, Irene Knight, Richard Kent, Nicholas Garbutt (grandson), Katie Garbutt, Eleanor Garbutt, Kent (Lord of Camstar), Sandra Greenbank, Sara Thorpe, Tina Davis, Mr and Mrs P Killett, Mrs Rose Burden (daughter), Tracy Garbutt (granddaughter), Toni Cousins, Crystal Cousins, Sara Cousins, Kelly Cousins, Christine and Kevin Botwright, Betty Jacobs (sister-in-law) (also representing Tom Jacobs, brother), Melanie Botwright (Louise, Melissa, Lauren and Jordan Botwright), Venita, Darren and boys and Melanie Botwright.

Unavoidably absent: Brian Edwards.


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The family would like to thank all for attending and for all the kind words of sympathy. Special thanks to Rev Val Burgess for a lovely service. Thanks to Lound nursing home and to Ward 1 at the James Paget Hospital for the care that they gave.

Would all please accept this as the only but most sincere acknowledgement.

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Funeral arrangements were by Anglia Co-Operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1NY. Tel 01502-583637.

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