Mrs J Dimbleby

THE funeral service took place at Blundeston Church, followed by burial in the churchyard, for Cecilia Joan Dimbleby, of Blundeston, who died on February 20.

THE funeral service took place at Blundeston Church, followed by burial in the churchyard, for Cecilia Joan Dimbleby, of Blundeston, who died on February 20.

The Rev Leslie Hobbs officiated.

Mourners were: Roy Dimbleby (husband), Tracey and Gary Bird (daughter and son-in-law), Madison Bird (granddaughter), Gill Hodgson (niece), Mr and Mrs K A Wicks, Lisa Oliver, Joanne Hubble, Dayna Hubble, Michelle and Stewart Larter, Louise Laughland, Stephanie Harrod, Marion Robinson, Mr K and Mrs J Rouse, Brian Knights, Janet Bland, Nicola Gooch, Alison Matthews, Wendy Beckham, Marion Fuller, Maureen Brundle, Jean Pattison, Pat Mounser, Chris Tyackle, Mr R Leech, Mr D Gowing, Mr J Williams, Rosalind Roots, Mr A and Mrs Jackson, Carolyn Johnson, Tony and Vanessa Crawford, Clive Ffitch, Carolann Balls.

Floral tributes were: In loving memory of my dear wife, I'll see you with Jack every day, I love you lots, love Roy. Mum, thank you so much for all the love and support over the years, you were always there and we love and miss you so much, love Tracey and Gary. Nanny Joan, I miss all the happy times together, love you Maddi. Dear auntie Joan, thank you for giving me so much of your love and for so many happy memories of lovely times we all shared, I miss you, all my love Gill. Ken and Renee.


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The family wish to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes and donations for Alzheimer's Society which are still being accepted c/o Critoph and Crowe, 49-55 Lorne Park Road, Lowestoft NR33 0RB. Special thanks to Rev Leslie Hobbs for a beautiful service and also the carers at Carlton Court for their excellent care of Joan. Will all please accept this as the only but most sincere acknowledgment.

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