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Mrs A E Larter

PUBLISHED: 11:14 07 December 2007 | UPDATED: 19:20 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at the Kirkley Cemetery on Friday, November 30, for Anne Elizabeth Larter, of Lowestoft, who died on November 18 at the James Paget University Hospital aged 52.

THE funeral service took place at the Kirkley Cemetery on Friday, November 30, for Anne Elizabeth Larter, of Lowestoft, who died on November 18 at the James Paget University Hospital aged 52.

The Rev John Simpson officiated.

Mourners were, Holly Larter, Kellie Larter, Raymond White, George and Ruth Greengrass, Anne-Maria Pope, Jane Andrews, Peter Larter, Ron and Bev Larter, Richard Reeves, Ray and Margaret Baxter, Stuart Binding, David and Lorne White, John and Jeanette White, Roger Sutton, Sally Tyler, Helen Iouck, Tina, James Mason, Louise Walker, John Williams, Mr and Mrs Spooner, William Spooner, Tracey Barnard, Rosemary Cone, Terry and Susan Pearce, Tim McCarthy, Mary Louise Lighter, Samantha Durrant, Patricia Wigley, Eleanor Wigley, Duane Cleveland. Unavailable absentees were Betty Larter, Constance Binding and Gail Larter. Floral tributes were: You were taken from us too soon, we will miss you. Reunited with Jenny. No longer suffering, you were the best mum anyone could wish for love Holly and Kellie.

The family would like to thank all relatives and friends who sent floral tributes and kind donations to the Cancer Fund c/o Anglia Co-operative Funeral Services, Lowestoft.

With thanks to the Rev Simpson for a moving and caring service.

Funeral arrangements were by Anglia Co-operative Funeral Services, Police Station Road, Lowestoft.


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