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Mrs R Harvey

PUBLISHED: 10:03 08 January 2010 | UPDATED: 15:50 06 July 2010

THE funeral took place at St John the Baptist Church, Shadingfield, of Ruby Harvey of Shadingfield who died at The White House, Beccles on December 13 aged 88 years.

THE funeral took place at St John the Baptist Church, Shadingfield, of Ruby Harvey of Shadingfield who died at The White House, Beccles on December 13 aged 88 years.

The Rev Canon Paul Nelson officiated.

Family and friends attending were: Mrs M Kent, Mr and Mrs P Harvey, Mr and Mrs A Warne (also representing Mr and Mrs G Warne), Mr N Kent, Miss P Kent, Mr and Mrs S Baldwin, Mr K Harvey (Mrs J Harvey), Mrs L Bell (Mr M Bell), Mr A Kent, Mr C Worsfold, Mr J Worsfold, Mr A Worsfold, Miss H Worsfold, Mrs P Banester (Mr T Banester), Miss S Banester, Mrs M Borrett, Mr and Mrs G Fisher, Mrs R Fisher (Mr and Mrs R Merrells), Mrs M Chipperfield (Mrs O White), Mrs J Tallon (Mr P Tallon), Mr and Mrs J Kidner, Mrs P Dickson, Mrs C Godbold (Mrs G Marten and family), Miss H Godbold, Mrs T Tharratt (Mr M Tharratt), Miss M Tharratt, Mr H Tharratt, Mr and Mrs B West, Mrs P Dyer, Mr and Mrs W Bynum, Mr and Mrs B Aldred, Miss M Aldred, Mr and Mrs N Allen and Mr D Ford (Mrs B Ford).

The family of the late Ruby Harvey wish to thank all relatives and friends for their sympathy and support. Donations are still being received for Shadingfield Church Funds by Harvey Bros of Kirby Cane. Thanks also to Canon Paul Nelson for the comforting service and Harvey Bros of Kirby Cane for their efficiency and kindness.

Please accept this as the only, but most sincere, acknowledgment.


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