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Mrs G D M Gee

PUBLISHED: 09:40 05 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:35 06 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on March 1 for Greta Dorothy Maud Gee of Lowestoft who died on February 14, aged 85.

The Reverend John Fairbairn officiated.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on March 1 for Greta Dorothy Maud Gee of Lowestoft who died on February 14, aged 85.

The Reverend John Fairbairn officiated.

Mourners were: Mr and Mrs D Gee, Mrs J Swatman, Mr and Mrs K Gee, Mr and Mrs M Gee, Connor Elsom (also representing Wayne Elsom), Kerry Utting and Martin, Lisa Gee, Mark Gee and family, Mr M Howard and Mrs M Burrows, Mrs S G and Amanda, Mr and Mrs D Farthing, Mr and Mrs R Farthing, Guy and Georgina, Mr and Mrs Minister, Adam, Katie, Kelly and family, Carly and Pete, Rosie and family, Lee and Aileen, Stacey and Karrie Gee, Liz and Boys, Angie Sherger, Gina Sherger, Pat, Hayley, Ben, Louis and Charlotte, Michelle and Adam, Daisy Gee and Hollie Gee, Donna Gee, Jenny Amey, Mark and Teresa Hunt, Mr and Mrs V Hood, Diane Gordon, Linda Walker, David Smith, Denise Smith, David and Gill Martin, Brian Jay also (Hilary Jay), Irene Atherton, Betty Vincent (Paul), Lyn Salter (Brian Salter), Bo and Wayne Salter and family, Miss S Wood, Peter Thompson, David Thompson, Trisha David, Mrs J Daines, Mrs D Gee (Mr S Daines), Lauren Gowling, Danielle Gowing (Greta Gee).

The family of the late Mrs Greta Dorothy Maud Gee wish to thank all relatives and friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy and the beautiful floral tributes received.

Special thanks to members of staff from Blyford, Belinda Lee, Karen and Tim Henwood, Woody Sue.

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

Funeral arrangements were by R Rivett Ltd, Lowestoft,.


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