Mrs M A Gorrod

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on February 18 for Mildred Aileen Gorrod of Oulton Broad, who died at the Dell Care Home on January 28, aged 81.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on February 18 for Mildred Aileen Gorrod of Oulton Broad, who died at the Dell Care Home on January 28, aged 81.

The Rev Marilyn Zipfel officiated.

Mourners were: Pat and David Banks (daughter and son-in-Law), Kenneth and Margaret Gorrod (son and daughter-in-law), Michael and Carole Gorrod (son and daughter-in-law), Chris and Sharon (son and daughter-in-law), grandchildren Samantha and husband Mark with daughter Martha, Sally-Ann, Kenny and partner Jess, Hayley and partner Jason, Kevin and wife Karen, Nicky and girlfriend Natalie and Hollie, Dennis and Jean Youngman (brother and sister-in-law), Brian Youngman (brother), Sheila Youngman and daughters Janet, Barbara and son Paul, Evelyn and Brian Jervis, Moe and Sylvie Jacobs, Jayne, Danny and Emily Bardwell, Irene Wilson, Mrs Angela Davis, Jake and Lucy Burrage, David Soanes, Stephen Soanes, George Soanes, Debbie Dutton, Ruth Hale, Joyce and Ivan Brown, Siobhan Allen, Billy and Pauline Potter, Pauline Willgoss, Cynthia Brereton and Peter Underdown, Angie and Mick King, Jane Kestle (also representing the Dell Care Home), Phil, Paul Gaynor Tyler, Kathleen Allington, Christine Leech, John Wren, Pauline and Ray Wharton (Lowestoft Stroke Group), Gil and Jenny Sawyer (Ex-Britannia Marine Limited).

Those unable to attend: Marguerite Soanes and John Hale.


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The family of Mrs Mildred Gorrod wish to thank all relatives and friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy and the beautiful floral tributes received and the donations made to the Lowestoft Stroke Club.

Special thanks to the Dell Care Home for all their care and support, Anglia Co-Operative Funerals Services and Rev Marilyn Zipfel for a comforting service.

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