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Mrs D Plant

PUBLISHED: 11:28 04 January 2008 | UPDATED: 09:30 11 May 2010

THE funeral service took place at St Nicholas' Church, Wrentham, on Thursday, December 20, for Mrs Doreen Plant of Frostenden, who died on December 6, aged 82.

THE funeral service took place at St Nicholas' Church, Wrentham, on Thursday, December 20, for Mrs Doreen Plant of Frostenden, who died on December 6, aged 82. The Rev Leonard Payne officiated.

Mourners were: Mr Sam Plant, Mr and Mrs M Newton, Mr C Plant, Mr G Plant and Miss S Caswell, Mr D Plant, Miss M Caswell, Miss E Keable, Mr A Turner, Mr J Turner, Miss H Turner, Mr P Plant, Mr and Mrs R Plant, Mr and Mrs D Kett, Mr and Mrs W Aston, Mrs J Fairhead and Mr M Butler, Miss K Warby (also representing the Warby family), Mrs J White, Mrs C Barber, Mrs I Gooch, Mr and Mrs R Raven, Mr T Kett, Mr D Fairhead, Mrs C Forder, Mrs R Hutchings and Mrs M Cockaday, Mrs J Caswell, Mr N Plant, Mr K Plant, Mr and Mrs M Plant, Mr and Mrs A Smith and Helen, Mrs D Felgate (Mr D Felgate), Mr J Bunn, Mr and Mrs G Keable, Mr and Mrs A Keable, Mr and Mrs Roger Middleditch, Mr Robert Middleditch, Mr G Scriven, Mrs M Palmer, Mr D Colman, Mr D Watson and Ms S Evans, Mr E Martin, Mr and Mrs M Aldred, Mr and Mrs B Anguish, Mrs S Clarke, Mrs M Williams, Mr and Mrs C Shorten, Mrs E Jacobs, Mr A Colls, Mr M Colls, Mr and Mrs P Oram (T Oram), Mrs S Crudginton.

Funeral arrangements were by R Rivett Ltd, 15 Carlton Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR33 0RU.

The family of Mrs Plant wish to thank all relatives and friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy and donations received. Donations for the Stroke Association are still being accepted c/o R Rivett Ltd, 15 Carlton Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR33 0RU. Special thanks to Dr Drane and staff at Wrentham Surgery, paramedics and PC Andrew Phillips, Southwold Hospital staff, Goldsborough and Regency Carers, Rev Leonard Payne, Brenda, Jane and Julie for the church flowers and floral tributes and Rivetts Funeral Directors. Would all please accept this as the only but most grateful acknowledgment.


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