Mrs S L Siddall
THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on October 15 for Susan Linda Siddall who died at Lowestoft Hospital on October 2, aged 60.Jean Hickson officiated.
THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on October 15 for Susan Linda Siddall who died at Lowestoft Hospital on October 2, aged 60.
Jean Hickson officiated.
Mourners were: John Siddall (husband), Margaret and Colin Morriss (daughter and son-in-law), Jeffrey Siddall and Kirsty Ayers (son and his partner), Steven Siddall (son), Roseanna and James Morriss (grandchildren), Michael and Val Morriss (brother and his wife), Eddie and Terese Murphy (also representing Jennifer Murphy), David and Helen Morris (brother and his wife), Peter and Jane Morris and their three sons (brother and his wife), Jean Balls (sister-in-law), Wendy Dunn (niece), Andrew Thompson (nephew), Carlie Spillings, Becky Dunn, Roy and Pat Thompson, Maureen Morriss, Christopher Morriss, Arent DeVos, Paul and Tracy Hendricks, Barbara and Michael Horne, Barbara, Rita, Jean, Moya and all of Sue's friends from Marks and Spencer.
Special thanks to the nursing staff at the Gertrude Barwood Ward in Lowestoft Hospital for their patience and care.
Donations in memory of Sue for Macmillan Cancer Support are still being collected by Anglia Co-Operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1NT.
Please accept this as the only but most sincere acknowledgment.
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