Deaths

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Deaths


BARRETT (Hexham). After a short illness passed peacefully at the Freeman Hospital on 2nd November 2010, aged 83 years, Les, beloved husband of Pat, loving dad of Stephen, Paul, Matthew and fatherinlaw of Kath, also loving grandad of Jake and Tom. Funeral Service to be held at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Hexham on Wednesday November 10th at 10.15am, followed by private cremation. Family flowers only please donations if desired may be sent to British Heart Foundation Unit 4, The Willows, Ransom Wood Business Park, Southwell Road West, Mansfield, NG21 0HJ.

BREWIS (Swarland). Peacefully in hospital on Sunday 31st October 2010, aged 79 years, Ruth (nee Westgarth), beloved wife of the late Bill, much loved mam of Ruth and Catherine, much loved granny of Tony and Andrew, sister of Tom, Jane, Belle and the late Bill, sisterinlaw of Pat and Dennis, motherinlaw of Jimmy and Keith and the late Bill, much loved aunt and great aunt. Ruth will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.

Family and friends please meet for service and cremation at Cowpen Crematorium on Thursday 11th November at 2.30pm. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if desired to The Air Ambulance Appeal. A donation box will be at the crematorium. All enquiries to Cooperative Funeralcare, Amble. Tel. (01665) 710437.

CLARK (HeddonontheWall).

Formerly of. Kenneth, passed away peacefully on 29th October 2010, in Beauvale Care Home, Bingham, aged 88 years. Funeral Service to take place on Friday 19th November at St.

Leonard's Church, Wollaton at 2.45pm, followed by cremation at Bramcote Crematorium. Family flowers only please but donations to the Alzheimers Society or City of Nottingham District Scout Council may be sent c/o A.W. Lymn, 17 Long Acre, Bingham, Notts, NG13 8AF. Tel. (01949) 837211.

DANCER (Cornsay Village). After a courageous battle peacefully at home on November 2nd, aged 12 years, Henry, the much loved son of Jane and Paul and stepson of Gary and Jill. Henry will be much missed by grandparents, great grandmother, family and friends. A private cremation will take place, then would friends kindly meet at All Saints Church, Lanchester on Tuesday 9th November at 12.30pm for a celebration of Henry's life. By request family flowers only, donations if desired to the CLIC Sargant Appeal and Childrens Cancer Fund. A collection plate will be at the church.

EVANS (Rothbury). Peacefully at home after a short illness on Saturday 30th October 2010, aged 88 years, Ivor, much loved husband of Cath, stepfather to Caroline, Thomas and Barbara and much loved grandpa to all his grandchildren.A cremation will take place at Cowpen Crematorium on Tuesday 9th November at 10.30am, followed by a Memorial Service at All Saints Church, Rothbury at 12.00noon. Family flowers only by request, donations in lieu if desired to the British Legion and Cancer Research, donation box will be in church. All enquiries to Cooperative Funeralcare, Back Crofts, Rothbury. Tel. (01669) 621342.

GALLAGHER (Ashington). Peacefully in hospital on 1st November 2010, aged 80 years, Margaret (nee Thompson), devoted wife of Tommy, loving mam of Anne, John and the late Michael, grandma to Emma and Johnathan and great grandma to Thomas. Loved and sadly missed by all her family and friends. Requiem Mass at St.

Aidan's R.C. Church, Ashington on Wednesday 10th November at 10.00am, followed by interment in North Seaton Cemetery. Friends please meet at church. Family flowers only but donations in lieu if desired to The Alzheimers Society. R.I.P.

GRIMES (Newbrough).

Southampton. Late of Dibden Purlieu, Southampton. Joyce Margaret (nee Robson), died peacefully on October 31st 2010, aged 78 years. For Funeral details please contact R. Hallum, Funeralcare. Tel. 02380 893729.

HOLYWELL (South Stanley). Formerly of Sunniside, Gibside and Burnopfield, resident of Holliehill Care Home. Peacefully in hospital on 30th October, aged 81 years, Hazel (nee Musgrave), beloved wife of Billy, loving mam to Carole, Angela and Sandra, loving nanna of Emma, Michael, Sara, Lisa, Shaun and Rachel, great nanna of Rebecca, Sasha, Alisha, Melissa, Shane, Mia, Paige, Ethan, Brooke and Logan, sister of Mary and a best friend to Edna. …

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