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Mrs D M Wilson

PUBLISHED: 12:00 10 October 2008 | UPDATED: 21:28 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on October 3 for Daphne Margaret Wilson who died on September 19 aged 75.

Canon R J Baker officiated.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on October 3 for Daphne Margaret Wilson who died on September 19 aged 75.

Canon R J Baker officiated.

Mourners were, Tony Wilson (husband), Janet and Shane Coleman (daughter and son-in-law), John Wilson (son), Andrew and Rachel Wilson (son and daughter-in-law), Deborah Wilson (daughter), Sarah and Steve Binding (daughter and son-in-law), Matthew and Amy (grandson and partner), Becky Coleman (granddaughter), Ricky Wilson (grandson), Michael, Vera, Graham, Keith and Barry Loveys, Megan Jones, Julie and Liam Harrold, Peter and Linda Loveys, Alan and Jean Moore, Gillian and Alan Moore, Audrey Wilson, Christine Smithers, Pat Cunningham, Joan and Sid Jacobs, Phylys Davies, Freddie Fern, Daphne and Len Wardle, Derek and Gracie Eales, John and Joan Darnell, Dick Davies, Mac Mcallister, Sheila, Doreen and Sheila (also representing Links Club), Audrey Bishop-Bailey, Jan Parsons, Shirley and Dennis Bidle, Jackie and Derek Shaw, David Waller, John and Lesley Bell, Mel Paesbrugghe, Diane Borrett, Colin and Sandra Peace, Eileen and Derek Frost, Joan and George Pearce, Brenda Hubble and Debbie Faulkner, John and Jenny Buckenham, Ann Boon-Reynolds, Pat Bayfield, Heather Colman, Josie and Graham Harvey.

Unable to attend were: Mary Beamish and Janet and Joy James.

Special thanks to Dr Bigg and Dr Anderson (Victoria Road), N and N Renal Unit, JPH Renal Unit, Sandra Chapman Unit and JPH Ward 17. Thanks to the staff at Anglia Co-operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR32 1NY Tel: 01502 583637, who are still accepting donations for the JPUH NHS Foundation Trust.

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


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