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Mrs M V Rose

PUBLISHED: 11:54 25 April 2008 | UPDATED: 20:14 05 July 2010

THE funeral took place at St Marks Church, Oulton Broad of Mabel Vera Rose of Lowestoft who died at James Paget Hospital on April 12 aged 84.

The Rev Helen Jary officiated.

THE funeral took place at St Marks Church, Oulton Broad of Mabel Vera Rose of Lowestoft who died at James Paget Hospital on April 12 aged 84.

The Rev Helen Jary officiated.

Immediate family mourners were: Michael Rose, Jean Rose, Derek Rose, Pauline Rose Marie McAneany, John Rose, Robert Rose, Beverley Rose, Mark Rose, Louise Alderman, Mark Alderman, Michelle McAneany, Martyn McAneany, Tanya McAneany, Lewis Rose, Jack McAneany, Martyn Williams, Sam Richardson, Charlene Sutton, Pauline Giles, Dean Giles.

Among others present were: Dorothy Waller, Paula Cook, Frank Beavor, Gillian Smith, Susan Smart, Jeffery and Evelyn Easey, Ron Easey, Alan and Sue Green, Matthew Garrod (also representing Mrs Julie Lown), Kim and Katheryn Garrod (Adam and Scott Garrod), Belinda Plaine, Christine Clarke, Phillip and Judith Ellwood, Joyce Garrod, Linda McKernan, Leon King, Heather and David Peter, Fiona Peter, Cliff Rose, Evelyn Franklin, Julie Allen, Cyril Websdale, Margaret Palmer, Carol Robbins, Mr Ian and Rev Christine Garrod, Richard Garrod (Shirley), Christine and Philip Waller, Philip Waller, Barry Rose, Mr and Mrs C and J Godbold, Mr and Mrs R and S Garrod, Mrs J Smithers, Mrs C Kemp, Mrs B Bond, Mrs J Stone, Mrs J Woods, Mr I Newson, Mrs M Butler, Miss V Johnson, Mrs D Sartian, Mr and Mrs M and J Spearritt, Mr and Mrs J and C Godnard MBE (G and D Garrold), Mr A Alderman, Mrs C Fordham (Stone), Mr and Mrs S Garden (family), Mrs J Barnhard, Mr and Mrs P Wright, Mr T Crisp, Kelly Whatling, John Stolworthy (Freda), Tom and Anne Pinder, Leon and Jennie Culley, Barbie Cowell, Ben Lever, Alan Gordon, Gary Williams, Paul Brown, Richard Morris.

The family would like to thank all those who attended the service and others who sent kind words of support.

Funeral arrangements were by Harvey Bros of Kirby Cane.


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