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Mrs K F M O'Hanlon

PUBLISHED: 10:54 06 August 2010 | UPDATED: 09:48 16 September 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on July 23 for Kathleen Florence May O'Hanlon of Lowestoft who died on July 5, aged 84 years.

Rev Marilyn Zipfel officiated.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on July 23 for Kathleen Florence May O'Hanlon of Lowestoft who died on July 5, aged 84 years.

Rev Marilyn Zipfel officiated.

Mourners were: Sandra and Hugh McMaster (daughter and son-in-law), Carol Wells (granddaughter), Robert and Joanna McMaster (grandson and wife) Lisa and Gerald Perry (granddaughter and husband), Michael McMaster (grandson), Jason McMaster (grandson), Neil McMaster and Keely Soanes (grandson and partner), Gemma and Martin Turner (granddaughter and husband), Shaineen and Sam Bond (granddaughter and husband), Chris McMaster and Gail McStammers (grandson and partner). Great grandchildren Kayleigh Wells, Roisin McMaster, Robert McMaster, Rachael McMaster, Amie McMaster, Louisa Perry, Megan Perry, Hannah Perry, Nicolle Perry. Ken Wilson, Pat Wilson, Malcolm Wilson, Marie Gair, Bill Deeble, Marina Francis, Edna Bartram, Sheila Perry, Vanessa Smith, Daniel Smith, Jayne Webb, Jennifer DeBelle, Barbara Kean, Lisa Pavey- Kean, Agnes Stacey, Bill Stacey, Jane Bond, Daphne Bond, Mary Porter, Beth Chapman, Caroline Brook, Colin Halliday, Debbie Dutton, Taylor-Ann Dutton, Sara Thorpe, Mr and Mrs K Wigg.

Unable to attend were: Adam McMaster, Ellie and Calum McMaster, Laura and Daniel McMaster, Jake McMaster, Jayden, Kyran and Broden Turner, Sinead and Elliott McMaster-Bond, Gill Wilson.

The family wish to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, card and beautiful floral tributes received. Special thanks to Rev Marilyn Zipfel, doctors, nurses and carers.

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

Funeral arrangements were by Critoph and Crowe, Lowestoft.


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