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Mrs V M Mann

PUBLISHED: 09:23 02 November 2007 | UPDATED: 19:18 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on October 25 for Violet Mary Mann of Lowestoft who died on October 16 aged 78.

Father David Girling officiated.

THE funeral service took place at Gorleston Crematorium on October 25 for Violet Mary Mann of Lowestoft who died on October 16 aged 78.

Father David Girling officiated.

Mourners were Michael Mann (son), John Dunn (brother), Doris Jeffrey (sister), Rose Johnson (sister), Linda Pilgrim (niece), Gillian Lace (niece), Jenny Clements (niece), Julia Simms (niece), Patricia Wilson, John Mills, James Mills, Katie Mills, Mr and Mrs John Dack, Gina Taylor, Diane Henry (Medico), Elaine Baldry (Medico), Valerie Rutherford (Stradbroke Court).

Floral tributes were: In loving memory of a dear mum a very special lady, deeply missed, all my love Michael. In loving memory of a dear sister, from John. With deepest sympathy, from Young Ethel, John and family. With deepest sympathy, from everyone at Interserve. With deepest sympathy Violet, God bless you, you'll be in our thoughts, love Dolly, Linda, Margaret and Marion. Always in our hearts with fondest memories, you're the best Vi, hope you're in a happy place, love and miss you, lots of love John, Pat, James and Katie. With our fond memories of Aunt Vi, from Jennifer, Julia and families. The Dunn Girls, no matter what, we come up again and again.

The family of the later Mrs Violet Mann wish to thank all relatives and friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy and beautiful floral tributes received. Special thanks to all the carers at Suffolk Home Care Service and Medico for their outstanding help and assistance, the staff at Stradbroke Court for their respite care, the staff of Gertrude Barwood Unit (Lowestoft Hospital) for their dedicated care. Would all please accept this as the only but most grateful acknowledgment.

Funeral arrangements were by R Rivett Ltd, 15 Carleton Road, Lowestoft.


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