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PUBLISHED: 11:29 07 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:24 06 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on July 6 for Susan Watson who died suddenly on June 21, aged 56.

The Port Missionary Tim Jenkins officiated.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on July 6 for Susan Watson who died suddenly on June 21, aged 56.

The Port Missionary Tim Jenkins officiated.

Immediate family mourners were: John Watson (husband) Victoria Watson (daughter) Iain Watson (son) Anna Watson (daughter) Sheila Culham (mother) Carol and Adrian Spindler, Janis and Graham Kirby (sisters and brothers-in-law) Louise Culham (sister) Peggy and Vin Whaley, Heather and David Fisher, Margaret and David Barnes, Peter and Angie Watson, Deborah Dyble, Leigh and Kerry Singleton, Donna Barnes, Leon Pritchard and Charlie Reid, Ali and Simon Taylor, Louisa and Paul Marks, Leanne Snell, Kacie Snell, James Snell, Harvey Taylor, Claudia Ardley, Jimmy and Janette Nolloth, Ann and Rod Booth, Valerie Godbold, Janet Williams, Martin Stables, Beverly and David Lee, Derek and Margaret Brady, David and Kate Welton, Nigel and Rachel Williams, Joanne and Carl Waterman.

Among many others present were: Vicky Harvey, India Francis, Peter Harvey, Edward Harvey, Laura Anderson, David Pritchard, Joy Pritchard, Pam Ellis, Helen Ellis, Sam Butcher, Trevor and Liz Butcher, Matthew and Jo Butcher, Steve and Sharon Sims, Ian and Gemma Smith, Jon and Sheila Smith, Neville Larter, Ivan and Doreen Larter, Syer and Lesley Shulver, Mary Williams, Julie Saggers, Ann Foster, Mr and Mrs S Clifford, Craig Pace, Anne Humphries, Roy and Maureen Spindler, Paul and Penny Reynolds, Catherine Russell, Steve and Julia Hall, Marion and Adrian Gotts, Wendy and Ian Martin, Paul and Margaret Skitterall, Penny and Ivan Ellis, Denise Miller, David Miller, Amanda Smith, Janet Lloyd, Carol and Edward Davison, Kathy Rushmere, Susan Fish, Mr and Mrs A J Button, Paul and Norma Spink, Ruth and Geoff Durrant, Janet Wilson, Alice Lonsdale, Elisabeth Rolph, Rosmary Burwood, Mary Baker, Pat Jones, Karen Emsden, Jane Freeman, Claire Clarke (nee Freeman), Charlie Hunt, Ruby and Brian Twiggs, Donna Walker, Gail Gilmour Sophie Rowe, Paula Mason, Melanie Pegg, Alan Pryke, Wendy Gooderham, David Rerell, Bridget Carter, June Miskett, Valerie Franklin, Cheryl Jones, Edna Stoddard, Jean Stoddard, Phil Francis, Noureen Brooks, Jimmy and Louise Harper, Jenny Skinner, Stephanie Lomax, Tania Ogston, Michelle Perrin, Lesley McGrath, Sue Leech, Claire Evans, Trevor Edwards, Simon Newrick, Lorna Smith, Richard Knights, Cindy Durrant, Susan Fitzgerald, Nicola Theobold, Christine Hunter, Kim Moyse, Helen Hemming, Gaynor and Paul Taylor, Linda Davidson, Teresa and Leigh Cross, Judith Hewis, Lynne Carver, Bert Coleman, Andy Anderson. Thank you to all those who attended who did not get the opportunity to write a presence card.

Unable to attend were: Mark Welton, Jenny and Bill Welman, Elizabeth Barnes, Larissa Spindler, Keith and Sylvia Culham, Sue and Paul Brady, Thomas Harvey and Harriet, Peter Ellis, Christopher Ellis, Maureen Francis, Martin Baker, Laura Watson.

The family of the late Susan Watson wish to thank all relatives, and friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes and donations received. Further donations for a bench at Dunwich where Sue loved to walk and Quidenham Children's Home are still being accepted at Anglia Co-operative Funerals, Police Station Road, Lowestoft, NR32 INY, 01502 583637.

Special thanks to the nurses and doctors at JPUH Intensive Care Unit and Anglia Co-operative Funerals. Big thanks to Tim Jenkins for a lovely service and staff at Park Hill.

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

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