Mrs G L S Mann

THE funeral service took place on Wednesday, March 11, at Salvation Army Citadel, Battery Green Road, Lowestoft, followed by interment in Lowestoft Cemetery, of Grace Lily Sophia Mann, of Sandringham Road, who died at the James Paget University Hospital on February 21, aged 91.

THE funeral service took place on Wednesday, March 11, at Salvation Army Citadel, Battery Green Road, Lowestoft, followed by interment in Lowestoft Cemetery, of Grace Lily Sophia Mann, of Sandringham Road, who died at the James Paget University Hospital on February 21, aged 91.

Family mourners were: Mr and Mrs J Mann, Mr and Mrs R Wharton, Miss R Wharton, Mr A Wharton, Mr R Knights, Mrs T Jones, Jeannette and Julia Goodman, Michael and Kath, Mr and Mrs George and Vera Knights, Mrs M Murgatroyd, Charles Richard and Molly Ladd, Valerie Brundle, Mrs Jeannette Aldridge and Mr Peter Aldridge Jnr, Mr and Mrs Alun Roberts, Captains Doug and Glenys Askew, Olive Stewart, Jean Potter, Myrtle Porter, Mr and Mrs A Nobbs, Mr and Mrs Savory, Mr and Mrs G Leonard, Mrs H Scott, Jill Dines, Joan Juri, Verity and Leonard Hill, Kirsty Cheung, Maureen and Maurice Dowding, Elayne Green, Mary Hetherington, Glenda Rose, Victor Hunt, Patricia Hunt, James Young, Muriel Young, Anthony Butler, Ellen Allcock, Mr and Mrs Corns, Mr Ray Baxter, Frank and Joyce Leeds and Christina Chapman.

Special thanks to Major Barry and Cindy Wilson for their help and comfort, to the Salvation Army band and songsters, to Graham Leonard for his tribute to Grace, to Graces carers especially Gina, to the district nurses and to all doctors and nurses at Ward 12, James Paget University Hospital, to Dr Sam Bampoh and Alexandra Road Surgery and all friends and family, also for the donation received for Cancer Research UK, which are still being collected by Anglia Co-Operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1NY. Tel: 01502 583637.

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


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