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Mrs A H Symonds

PUBLISHED: 10:18 04 December 2009 | UPDATED: 15:30 06 July 2010

MANY relatives and friends, to numerous to mention individually by name attended the committal service at Gorleston Crematorium and the service of thanksgiving which followed at St Margaret's Church, Lowestoft, on Monday, November 30, for Avery Honor Symonds of Lowestoft, who died at Lowestoft Hospital on November 15, aged 86.

MANY relatives and friends, to numerous to mention individually by name attended the committal service at Gorleston Crematorium and the service of thanksgiving which followed at St Margaret's Church, Lowestoft, on Monday, November 30, for Avery Honor Symonds of Lowestoft, who died at Lowestoft Hospital on November 15, aged 86.

Canon John Simpson officiated.

The Immediate family mourners were: Eddie Symonds, Adrian and Jenny Symonds, Roslyn Glass, Jason Symonds and Ruth, Emma and Ben Davison, Jonathan Glass and Amy, Kate and Zeb Burns, Adam Symonds, Bernie and Charles Symonds, Jill and Graham Harrop, Margaret Davies, Norman Garrod.

Friends from the JPH Support Group, the Rookery Park and Gorleston Golf Clubs, Beccles Lions, staff of Waveney Insurance Brokers, Friends of Greenfields and members of the St Margaret's Mothers Union also attended the service.

Mrs Lill Orrin was unable to attend.

The family wish to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and donations being received for the Marie Cancer Care which are being accepted by Critoph and Crowe, 49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft, NR33 0RB.

Special thanks to Doctor Derks and the staff of Rosedale Surgery and the Palliative Care and Marie Curie team for all their help and care and to the members of St Margaret's Mothers Union. Also many special thanks to Canon John Simpson for his comforting words of service.

Funeral arrangements by Critoph and Crowe, 49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft.


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