Deaths

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Deaths


ALLISON (Darras Hall). On 18th December, aged 82 years, James, devoted husband of Mildred, loving father of Louise and adoring grandfather of Jamie. Would family and friends please meet for service at St. Mary's Church, Ponteland on Thursday 27th December at 10.15am.

BATESON (Bedlington). Allgood Terrace. Passed away on 12th December, aged 74 years, Doreen (nee Peel), a much loved mam of Michelle and Craig, a beloved nanna to Donna and Jade and step grandma to Dean and Carl, a caring sister to Alan. Funeral Service to take place on Saturday 22nd December at St. Bartholomew's Church, Newbiggin at 10.30am, followed by cremation at Cowpen Crematorium, Blyth at 11.30am. Donations in lieu of flowers for the Great North Air Ambulance, a donation plate will be available at the church. Would friends please meet at church.

BIRKETT (Humshaugh). Suddenly in hospital on 15th December 2012, aged 83 years, Norman, much loved uncle. Would family and friends please meet for service at West Road Crematorium on Thursday 27th December at 2.45pm. No flowers by request, a collection will be held for The Dog And Cat Shelter.

CHARLTON (Ashington). Peacefully in hospital on 14th December 2012, aged 82 years, Jack, dearly beloved husband of the late Mary, much loved dad of June, Brenda and John, cherished granda and pop. Always in our hearts. Please meet for Funeral Service and cremation at Cowpen Crematorium, on Thursday 27th December at 10.00am. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if desired to the Palliative Care Unit, Wansbeck General Hospital.

DAVIDSON (Haltwhistle). Formerly of Coanwood. Peacefully on Monday 17th December 2012, aged 92 years, Harold, beloved husband of the late Evelyn, loved father of Sheila and Marion, dear fatherinlaw of Alan and Peter, loving grandad and great grandad. …

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