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V M Muffett

PUBLISHED: 10:10 23 November 2007 | UPDATED: 19:19 05 July 2010

THE funeral took place at Gorleston Crematorium on October 26 for Violet Maud Muffett who died on September 30 peacefully at Stradbroke Court, Lowestoft, aged 94.

THE funeral took place at Gorleston Crematorium on October 26 for Violet Maud Muffett who died on September 30 peacefully at Stradbroke Court, Lowestoft, aged 94.

Mr Michael Leigh-Pearson officiated.

Family mourners were: Cindy Watts (daughter), Matt, Jon, Ella and Theo (grandchildren and great-grandson), Alf and Betty Muffett (son and daughter-in-law), Derek and Karen Muffett (son and daughter-in-law), Alan and Margaret Muffett (son and daughter-in-law), Keith and Pauline Muffett (son and daughter-in-law), Leslie (granddaughter) and Sharon, Mr and Mrs Newberry (also representing Graham and Christine Muffett, son and daughter-in-law in Australia), Lorraine Blowers and Alan Muffett (granddaughter and grandson) (David, Nathan, Leanne and Aaron Blowers, Lexi, Robyn and Brooke Muffett), Chris and Angie Bird (grandchildren), Jason, Charlotte and Sophie (great grandchildren), Kevin and Lorraine, Sharon and Joe (grandchildren and partners), Michelle and Leanne Muffett, Colin Porter (David and Jane Porter), Mr L Flatt, Paul, Karen and Partners (grandchildren), Alison and Stuart Doherty (Neil and Karin Porter), Jayne (niece), Aunt Cynthia (sister-in-law) and Jack, Brian Turner, Robert Damerell (Porter family), Rod Barnard, Carol Hutchinson and Janet Knights (friend of Cindy's), Stephanie Marjoram (nee Durrant) and from Stradbroke Court Jan Burgess, Jill Waters, Lynne Emery, Christine Neate and Daphne Graves.

Unable to attend: Sheila, Derek and family, Australia.

The family would like to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes and donations for the Alzheimer's Society being received c/o Arthur Jary & Sons Limited, 1 Golden Court, Bridge Road, Oulton Broad, Lowestoft, NR32 3LU. Particular thanks to the special staff at Stradbroke Court for their help and support and Mr Michael Leigh-Pearson for his comforting service and assistance given. Also to Rosemary at Arthur Jary & Sons for all her guidance, help and empathy at the loss of our dear mum.

Please accept this as the only but most sincere acknowledgment and thanks to all.

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