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Mrs H A M Freestone

PUBLISHED: 11:53 25 April 2008 | UPDATED: 20:14 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at St Peters and St John's Church, Kirkley on Monday, April 21, followed by the committal at Gorleston Crematorium for Hilda Agnes Mary (known as Til) Freestone, of Long Road, Lowestoft, who died on April 10, aged 88 The Rev Roy Wormald officiated.

THE funeral service took place at St Peters and St John's Church, Kirkley on Monday, April 21, followed by the committal at Gorleston Crematorium for Hilda Agnes Mary (known as Til) Freestone, of Long Road, Lowestoft, who died on April 10, aged 88 The Rev Roy Wormald officiated.

Mourners from house: Chas Freestone, Barry and Gillian Freestone, Tricia and James Pollard, Becky Freestone, Angela and Rosalyn Slater, Arthur, Keith, Jean and James Reynolds, Colleen and Richard Ward.

Other mourners were: Michael and Jean Evans (also representing Mrs Marie Evans), Noel and Shirley Hyde-Clarke, Jane Hyde-Clarke, Lilian Barnard, Tracy Darby, Colin and June Wilson, Mr and Mrs E and D George, Linda Smith, Elaine Rose, Mr Walter Pratt, Maggie and Daz Hart, Stan Gilbert, Teresa Andrews, Trevor and Janet Ellis, Ronnie and Olive Reynolds, Derek and Megan Cook, Bob and Steph Tozer (Mrs Norah Tozer), George and Jane Hughes (Mrs M Hughes), I Lowis, Anna Reynolds.

The family wishes to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expression of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes and donations being accepted for JPUH NHS Foundation Trust (Coronary Care Unit) and Suffolk Fire Service Benevolent Fund c/o Critoph and Crowe 49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft, NR33 0RB. All cheques payable to Critoph and Crowe Charity Account. Special thanks to Rev Roy Wormald for his comforting words of service.

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

Funeral arrangements were by Critoph and Crowe 49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft.


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