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Mrs E M Collett

PUBLISHED: 10:17 23 November 2007 | UPDATED: 19:19 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at St Margaret's Church in Lowestoft on Thursday, November 8 followed by interment at Lowestoft Cemetery of Mrs Edith Collett of Northgate who died at Lowestoft Hospital on October 28, aged 76.

THE funeral service took place at St Margaret's Church in Lowestoft on Thursday, November 8 followed by interment at Lowestoft Cemetery of Mrs Edith Collett of Northgate who died at Lowestoft Hospital on October 28, aged 76.

The Rev John Simpson officiated.

The mourners were: Susan and David Mortlock (daughter and son-in-law), Jillian and Paul Scott (daughter and son-in-law), Paul Collett (son), Gemma Mortlock and Max Clements (granddaughter and partner), Brendan Mortlock (grandson), Darrell Scott (grandson), Kalvin Scott (grandson), Mr and Mrs W Clark (Helen and Nobby, sister and brother-in-law), Phyllis McQueen (sister), Patricia Fowell (niece), Robert and Brenda Clark (nephew and wife), Margaret Warman (niece), Kimberley Clark and Malcolm Blyth (great niece and partner), Clint Warmen and Becky Marsh (great nephew and partner), Chantelle Warmen and Graham Hill (great niece and partner), Linda Fowler (niece), Stephen McQueen (nephew), Laura McQueen (great niece), Vanessa Neville (niece), Peter and Valerie Godfrey (family friends), work colleagues: Betty Rawston, Glenda Farr, Bill Stead, Gill Cooper, Karen Noonan, Jean Wilkinson, Laura Ashpool.

The family wish to extend their heartfelt thanks to all the staff at Lowestoft Hospital who made Edith's last few days as comfortable as possible. Also to the Macmillan nurses and Dr Bolincke who looked after her at home.

Funeral arrangements were by Anglia Co-operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, NR32 1NY, telephone 01502 583637.


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