Mrs P M Ayers

PUBLISHED: 12:05 21 November 2008 | UPDATED: 21:51 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at St Margaret's Church Lowestoft on November 5 followed by burial at Lowestoft Cemetery for Pauline May Ayers who died on October 21 aged 77.

THE funeral service took place at St Margaret's Church Lowestoft on November 5 followed by burial at Lowestoft Cemetery for Pauline May Ayers who died on October 21 aged 77.

The Rev'd Geoff Wilson officiated.

Mourners were, Billy Ayers (husband), June and Ivan Reeve (daughter), Paul and Karen Ayers (son), Kevin and Karen Ayers (son), Sharon and Ian Jones (daughter), Keith Ayers (son), Peter and Julie Ayers (son), Joanne and Guy Paddon (granddaughter), Christopher Reeve (grandson), Matthew, Michael and Rebecca Ayers (grandchildren), Daniel and Nicholas Ayers (grandsons), David and Ray Jones (grandsons), Frankie Ayers (grandson), Brian and Rita Field (brother), David Field (nephew), Marian Langbridge (niece), Tony and Pat Catchpole (nephew), Pat Wiseman (niece), Cyril Field (nephew), Russell Longthorne (brother-in-law), Paula and Gary Nelligan (niece), Ivy Hart (sister-in-law), Irene Pearce (niece), Janet and David Church (niece), Angela and Neil Thompson (niece), Brian Springer, Marlene Jarvis, Jane Springer, Pam Carter, Roger Varden, Jean and Brian Mitchell, Susan Burdett, Donna Sandell, Jan Smith, Joyce and Keith Baldry, Mary Lewis (also representing Joyce Owen), Irene Reeve, Alison Secker, Kevin and Lyn Parker, Colin Posner, Lindsey Lockwood, John Oldman, Michael Power and Tracy Crowe, Ray Corbett, Billy Potter, Ali Shankster and Jayne Fort.

Unable to attend were Derek Field (brother), Malcolm Field (nephew, Grimsby).

Floral tributes were: Dearest Lucy my life, my beautiful sweet wife, how will I get by without you by my side, you are the air that I breathe, I didn't want you to leave, safe up in heaven, until we're together again, my heart, my love, always yours, Billy. Dear mum, you were tired, I saw it in your face, the end was coming at a fast pace, but how I wanted you to stay, life just became too hard for you, I didn't want to see, but I knew mum, it's hard to say goodbye I'll miss you and I will cry but, I know I will see you again one day, from your broken hearted daughter June and Ivan. My special gift in life is having you as my mother, I have shared a relationship with you since the moment I was born, the bond between us is enormous and though sometimes it's not perfect it's something I can always count on when it feels as if everything else is falling apart, I'm so glad to be your child and your friend, more than anything, I'm so thankful to have been given the honour to love you and call you my mother, all our love always Paul and Karen. Bless you mum, always in our thoughts, be safe forever, we will miss your laughter and your smile, love Kevin and Karen. Dear mum, they say memories are golden, maybe that is true, we never wanted memories, mum we wanted you, we miss you and love you so much, love Sharon and Ian. Dear mum, even though I wasn't always there you were always in my thoughts and will be forever, God bless, love you mum, Keith. Dear mum, we will treasure all the happy memories and will miss you so much, God bless mum, with all our love Peter, Julie, Frankie and Laura. My nan, my friend, we laughed to the end, the sun and the rain, the moon and the stars always a reminder and forever in our hearts, I love you, I miss you. Joanne, Guy, Oliver and Jesse. Dear nanny, if tears could build a stairway and heartache build a lane we would walk to heaven and bring you back again, love always David, Ray, Jan and Lewis. Dear nanny, a special nan is hard to find, you, nan I'm keeping in my mind, a special smile, a special face, a special someone I can't replace, I love you nanny and always will, lots of love, Christopher. Nan, you made us laugh, you made us smile, we wish that you could have stayed for a while, take care and watch us all make you proud, love always Dan and Nick.

The family wishes to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, for the beautiful floral tributes and donations for Stradbroke Court, Suffolk County Council Amenity Fund which are still being accepted by Anglia Co-operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR32 1NY. Special thanks to Rev'd Geoff Wilson for a lovely service. Thanks to Pauline's carers from Medico Homecare.

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

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