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Mrs R E Lines

PUBLISHED: 09:48 20 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:19 06 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at St Edmunds Church, Kessingland followed by interment in the churchyard on November 10, for Mrs Rose Emma Lines of Lowestoft, who died on October 28, aged 93.

THE funeral service took place at St Edmunds Church, Kessingland followed by interment in the churchyard on November 10, for Mrs Rose Emma Lines of Lowestoft, who died on October 28, aged 93.

The Reverend Lyndy Domoney officiated.

Mourners were: John and Sheila (son and partner), David and Marion (son and daughter-in-law), Dennis and Joan (son and daughter-in-law), Bernard (son), Sylvia and Owen (daughter and son-in-law), Andrew (son), Jason (grandson), Daren and Emma (grandson and partner), Matthew (grandson), Grant and Dawn (grandson and wife), Simon and Natalie (grandson and wife), Stewart (grandson), Stephen and Eleanor (grandson and wife), Jerildine (granddaughter), Heather and John Lane (niece), Roy Brown MBE, Gerald Brown, Linda Lines, Jean and David Algar, Mr and Mrs Moore, Terry and Mary Bullen, Jean Mower, Roy Bullen, Beverley Martin, Pauline, Lynda and Shona (also representing Manor Farm Care Home).

The family of the late Mrs Rose Emma Lines wish to thank all relatives and friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes and donations received. Donations for the Gwen Baker Unit at Lowestoft Hospital (cheques payable to R Rivett Ltd) are still being accepted c/o R Rivett Ltd, 15 Carlton Road, Lowestoft, NR33 0RU. Special thanks to Canon Lyndy Domoney and all staff at Manor Farm Care Home.

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

Funeral arrangements were by R Rivett Ltd.


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