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Mrs B I Ellingham

PUBLISHED: 11:45 25 January 2008 | UPDATED: 19:32 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at St Andrew's Church, Mutford followed by interment in the churchyard on January 16 for Beryl Irene Ellingham of Mutford who died on January 2 aged 75.

THE funeral service took place at St Andrew's Church, Mutford followed by interment in the churchyard on January 16 for Beryl Irene Ellingham of Mutford who died on January 2 aged 75.

The Rev Jeremy Bishop officiated.

Mourners were, Stanley Ellingham (husband), Mr L Ellingham (brother-in-law), Mr L Mason (nephew), Mr G Ellingham (brother-in-law), Mr S Tuthill (also representing Ms Toni Kinder, niece), Mrs Doreen Newson of Wrentham (close family friend), Brenda and Bernie Nicholas, Maisie Szlzuki, Daphne King, Paula Curtis (carer), Jeanie Pells, Denise (Allied Healthcare), Michelle Kent (carer), Mrs J Debenham, Mrs P Timothy, Joyce Latham, Hannah and Simon, Rosie Eliot, Heather Mills, Jan Pallett, J Hurell, Maggie Symonds (parish council), Mrs J Hitter, J Edington, Jo Honeyman, Andy Lincoln, Mrs A Supple, Mrs H Cross, Peter and Judith Yaxley, Alan Cross, Paul Cross, Mrs J Ayers, Sarah Lawrence, Shirley (Allied carer), Nora Cain.

The family of Mrs Beryl Irene Ellingham wish to thank all relatives and friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes and donations received. Donations for the British Diabetic Association are still being accepted c/o R Rivett Limited, 15 Carlton Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk.

Special thanks to doctors and nurses at the James Paget Hospital, Ward Three.

Would all please accept this as the only but most grateful acknowledgment.


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