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Mrs H E Peach

PUBLISHED: 09:24 30 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:59 06 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on September 17 for Mrs Hazel Elizabeth Peach of Higher Drive, Oulton Broad, who died on September 8, aged 88.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on September 17 for Mrs Hazel Elizabeth Peach of Higher Drive, Oulton Broad, who died on September 8, aged 88.

The Reverend Geoff Wilson officiated.

Mourners were: Norman Leach (partner), David Peach (son), Geraldine and Paul Smith (daughter and son-in-law), Jonathan Peach, Teresa Clarke and Robert Clarke (grandchildren), Ben Lawrence, Doreen Manning (sister), Gordon and Terry Cox (brothers), Zeta and Lawrence Duffy (sister and brother-in-law), Jane Davey, Darren Mutimer, Hannah Davey, Susan and Eric Graham, Marian and Nick Burt, Sandy and Peter Murty, Jan Miller, Angela and Rod Stone, Belinda Cox, Brian Leach, Peggy Woods, Anthony Clarke, Steve Lilley, Roy Aspinall, Bob and Gladys Ellis, Tina, Beryl Caplin, George, Joan, June and Marjorie.

Unable to attend were: Michelle and Graham Peach, Becky Peach, Jean Cox, Julia and Clive Brunton, Lewis Davey, Lynn Cox, Sam and Andy Ward, Linda, Judith and Mark Cox, bet Lilley, Norah Cox, Andrew and Joanna Smith, Rob and Sue Peach, Bill Peach and Sue Lawrence.

Family floral tributes included: Mum, you will always be with us thank you for all the love, Dave, Michelle, Graham. My darling mum, I miss you every day and always will, thank you for everything you have done and for being the special lady you are, you will stay in my heart forever, rest peacefully with your beloved mummy, love you so much always, Geraldine and Paul. Thank you for 40 happy years, all my love, Norman. To our beautiful treasure nanny, thank you doesn't seem enough for all the years of the happiest memories, we are so lucky to have had you, not a day will go by when you won't be loved and missed, you will always, always be in our thoughts and hearts, rest in peace now with sweet dreams and memories, all of our love from the whole of our hearts now and forever, Teresa, Robert and Ben. Dear nan, thinking of you always, love Jonathan, Becky and Kay. Dearest great-nanny, your sparkle and smile will always be missed, we are so lucky to have had you in our lives, even if only for a short while love, hugs and kisses, Aiden and Abigail. Hazel, you will be forever loved and missed, Doreen, Zeta, Gordon and Terry. Dear auntie Hazel, we are going to miss you so much, you will always be in our thoughts, Jane, Darren, Lewis and Hannah.

The family of the late Mrs Hazel Peach wish to thank all relatives and friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy and for the beautiful floral tributes received, and for donations for the NSPCC and The Dog's Trust, which are still being accepted.

Special thanks to Dr Bouche, the Gwen Baker Ward at Lowestoft Community Hospital (extra special thanks to Sandra and Gina), R Rivett Ltd for their understanding and assistance, Rev Geoff Wilson for his kind, personal service, and to Hazel's son David for his wonderful eulogy for a wonderful mum.

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

Funeral arrangements were by R Rivett Ltd.

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