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PUBLISHED: 10:44 06 February 2009 | UPDATED: 22:22 05 July 2010

A CELEBRATION of the life of Nigel Max Sims who died on January 5, was held at Lowestoft Community Church. The family would like to thank Rob Clarke for leading the service in such a kind and thoughtful way and to Cherie who provided the music.

A CELEBRATION of the life of Nigel Max Sims who died on January 5, was held at Lowestoft Community Church. The family would like to thank Rob Clarke for leading the service in such a kind and thoughtful way and to Cherie who provided the music. Thank you to all the members of Lowestoft Community Church for their love, kindness and support.

Mourners were, Ann Sims, Anna Sims, William, Donna, Kelly and Stacy Sims, Mark, Rachel, Amber, George and Max Sims, Diana and Roy Whale, Chris Morgan, Russell and Eileen George, Graham Utting, Jackie Pearce, Julia Lambert, Ivan and Irene Manning, Norman and Wyn Jones, Dennis Saggers, Rob and Jen Clarke, Tim Tidy, Vince and Cherie Pointon, Elsie Fox, Jean and Michael Pryer, Joan Gowing, Jean and Peter Eyres, Mary Ramsay, Bill Fortune, Anne Knights, Judith Hewis, Roy and Vera Lovett, Hilary and Trevor Hill, Brian and Bridget Aylett, Peter Oram, Ben Parish, Michael Ayers, John Campkin, Karen Foreman, Tracey Johansson, Bert and Carol Banks, Margaret Gunton, Jane Rampling, Jennifer Peek, Tina Potter, Leslie and Olive Risebrow, Jodi Davis, Ruth Cullingworth, Valeria Penny, Graham Mileham, Glynis Colebourn, Sue Green, Singers from Big Sky: Sian Croose, Marian Fox, Lucy Edwards, Jane Olivier, Jane Ellis, Mike Talbot and Derek Guy.

Thank you to all who came and to everyone for all their cards and messages of sympathy.


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