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Mrs Y J Lane

PUBLISHED: 10:34 18 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:41 06 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at St Marks Church, Oulton Broad, on June 8, followed by burial in Kirkley Cemetery for Mrs Yvonne Joan Lane of Oulton Broad who died on May 26, aged 85 years.

THE funeral service took place at St Marks Church, Oulton Broad, on June 8, followed by burial in Kirkley Cemetery for Mrs Yvonne Joan Lane of Oulton Broad who died on May 26, aged 85 years.

Rev Marilyn Zipfel officiated.

Mourners were: Peter (husband), Debbie (daughter), David (son-in-law). Grandchildren David, Becky and Daniel (fiancé), Daniel and Chloe (fiancée). Trisha (niece). Pam Clarke, Lyn Baker, Clive Baker, Maureen and Stuart Self, Pat and Ed Musgrove, Brian and Sue Cook, Alastair Cook, Jennifer Green, Susan Green, Terry Jacobs, June Green, Eileen Hicks, John and Margaret Freeman, Karen Kirby, Lynda Besford, Jenny Harvey, Janet Lewin, Jean and Terry Barrett, Pam Smith, Doug Smith.

Unable to attend were: Ann and Roger Sadler, Marion Horne and Vera Woodcock.

Floral tributes were: In loving memory of a dear wife, goodbye my dearest one, 59 very happy years together my darling. one day we will be together forever as promised, your ever loving husband Peter. In loving memory of mum, my darling mum, you will be in my heart forever, will miss you so much, with all my love Debbie, love always Debbie and David. In loving memory of a dear nan, to the best nan in the world, you have given us loads of happy memories to carry with us in our hearts forever, we will miss you nan, all our love and hugs Kirstie and Becky. With fondest memories nan, to the best nanny in the world, we miss you, love from your grandsons David and Daniel. Many others were also received.

The family wish to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and beautiful floral tributes received. Special thanks to Rev Marilyn Zipfel for her comforting service, Maureen and Stuart, Brian and Sue, Dr Wattle and district nurses at Rosedale Surgery.

Will all please accept this as the only but most sincere acknowledgment.

Funeral arrangements were by Critoph and Crowe, Lowestoft.


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