Mrs L C Able

PUBLISHED: 11:44 06 June 2008 | UPDATED: 20:34 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on May 23, for Lesley Cynthia Able, of Wiggs Way, Corton, who died at home, on May 13, aged 58.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on May 23, for Lesley Cynthia Able, of Wiggs Way, Corton, who died at home, on May 13, aged 58. The Rev Roger Kent officiated.

Family mourners were, Raymond Able (Dick) (husband), Donna Able and Wayne Pearce (daughter and partner), Raymond Able (son), Chris Able (grandson), Stephanie and Paul Houghton (sister and brother-in-law), Tony Robinson (dad), Richard and Wendy Robinson (brother and sister-in-law), Daniel Houghton and Louise Moor (nephew and partner).

Other mourners were. John and Janice Sillett, Kath and Len Davey, Pam and John Carter, Terry and Dawn Coulson, Pauline and Barry Robinson, Samantha Robinson, Barry and Ginny Chaplin, Tony Thomas, Linda Hunn, Daphne and Michael George, Brenda Fuller, Sandra Battle (also representing Lowestoft Hospital), Pauline Robertson, Pauline Hall, Gary Hall, Anne Baxter, Marcia Stringer, Joanne Pinder, Barry Soanes, Hazel Setterfield, David Setterfield, Alison Marlennan, Stacy Pearce, Colin Springhall, Harold Robinson. Unable to attend were: Michael and Sheila Robinson, Cherrie Thomas, Claire Houghton and Joel Able (grandson).

Floral tributes: In loving memory of my darling wife Lesley, I will miss you so much, but will hang onto the beautiful memories and times we spent together. Now you are asleep, at peace and out of pain, our love will see me through till we meet again, your loving husband Dick. My heart is broken, and I'm so sad, but you're at peace now, of that I'm glad, they took my mum, my best friend, my rock on which I could depend, but they can't take the memories I hold in my heart, which I will treasure in the time we are apart, Donna and Wayne (daughter and partner). Our family chain is broken and nothing seems the same, but as God calls us one by one the chain will link again, with love Ray (son). It's hard to accept that you're finally gone the days have been hard and the nights so long. We will pull through this together no matter what's wrong. Through the good and bad times you made us strong. The words that you spoke were like my favourite song. You gave us the courage, you showed us the way. You'll be in our hearts every minute of the day, Chris and Joel (grandsons). Nanny Lelly, I will miss you Nanny but, I'll try not to cry, because when I look up I can see you in the sky, you are the star shinning bright. I love you Nanny sleep tight. Love you to the sky and back, Connor (grandson). Les you fought so hard, sleep peacefully now precious sister and friend till we meet again, love and miss you always, Steph and Paul (sister and brother-in-law). Nanny we will miss you so much, night night Nanny all our love, Andrea and Sam. A dear daughter gone from sight but not from my heart, love Dad. We will miss you with love Claire and (Glen), Danial and (Louise) (niece and nephew). Many other floral tributes were received, too numerous to mention but very much appreciated.

Raymond Able and the family of Lesley Able, wish to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes and donations received. Donations for the Salvation Army are still being accepted c/o Anglia Co-Operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1NY. Tel 01502 583637. Raymond (Dick) would like to express special thanks to Rev Roger Kent for a beautiful and moving service, also Donna, Stephanie and John Sillett for their help and support at this difficult time. Will all please accept this as the only but most grateful acknowledgment.

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