Mrs D M Burwood
THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium, on July 12, of Daphne Mary Burwood, who died on June 29, age 88.Superintendent Tim Jenkins officiated.
THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium, on July 12, of Daphne Mary Burwood, who died on June 29, age 88.
Superintendent Tim Jenkins officiated.
Mourners were: John and Diane Burwood (son and daughter-in-law), Eric and Pauline Burwood (son and daughter-in-law), Graham and Julie Burwood (son and daughter-in-law), Malcolm Burwood (son), Joan and Barry Cutts (daughter and son-in-law). Grandchildren were: Ian and Lorraine, Mark and Marie, Steven and Katya, Anne, Sarah and Keith, Lucy and David, Jack and Doreen Burwood, Phylis Burwood, Kathy Burwood, Sandie Bethell, Sally and John Mirgaux and Glen, Jack and Chrissi Hambly and Richard, Molly and Doug Rushmere, Connie and Danny Rushmere, Pauline Burwood, Dorothy Ayers, Linda and Clive West, Simon McMeekin and Tracy, Kate McMeekin and Oliver, Andrew McMeekin, Jacqueline Miller, Glennys and John Thompson, Lesley and Derek Barber, Wally and Susan Moore, Carol Able, Andrea Smart, Linda and Richard Catchpole, David and Denise Thompson, Margaret and Jack Beamish, Mary and Graham Sims, Sanya, Susan and Steven Drake, Sandra Clears, Linda Saunders, Elaine and Steven Langdale, Adam, Moreen Baxter, Norma Meads, Margaret and Brian Parry, Susan Norman, Michael Ayers, Josie and David Hood, Chris Jermy, Gemma Jermy, Mr and Mrs Ferguson, Rita Hayward, Mr and Mrs J Lodge.
The family of the much loved Daphne, would like to thank all family and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy at this very sad time. Special thanks to the staff on ward one at the JPH, Sonia Massonaive, Dr Connell and staff and Tim Jenkins for his special service.
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