Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)


Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)


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SPENCE Marjorie Allan On June 29, peacefully in Witney, Oxfordshire, formerly of Thornaby. Marjorie, a much loved sister of Jean and the late Vernon, Dawson and William, dear sisterinlaw of Shirley and Joan, a loving aunty of Geoff, Andy, Mark, Allan, David, Carole and John and families. Service to take place in St. Bede's Chapel, Teesside Crematorium on Friday, July 8 at 10.00am. Friends please meet at the Crematorium Chapel. Family flowers only please, any donations in lieu of flowers to the British Heart Foundation or Cancer Research UK.

TOVEY Harry (Henry James) (RAF Retd) Died peacefully at home on June 28, 2011. Wartime pilot, sportsman and teacher. He leaves his beloved family, wife Patricia, sons Wade, Mark and Julian and daughter Sara, 8 grandchildren and 1 great grandson. Funeral to be held at St. Mary's, Nunthorpe, TS7 0PD on July 7, at 2pm. No flowers please but donations to Help for Heroes.

Loved beyond all telling, missed beyond all tears.

TRODDEN Ann May (nee Fletcher) Peacefully whilst in hospital on June 29, surrounded by her loving family, Ann aged 77 years. The devoted wife of Frank, much loved mam of Frank and Christine, dear motherinlaw of Cheryl and Michael, also a cherished nanna of Mark, Adam, Ashley, Gemma and Amy. Requiem Mass to take place on Monday, July 11 at 11.30a.m. in the R.C. Church of Corpus Christi, prior to interment within Thorntree R.C. Cemetery. Friends please meet at church and afterwards at the North Ormesby Workingmen's Club.

Resting at and floral tributes to Relph Funeral Home, 43, Kings Road, North Ormesby.

TRODDEN Ann (nee Fletcher) The family chain is broken now, And nothing seems the same, But as God takes us one by one, That chain will link again.

I lived in hope, I prayed in vain, That God would make you well again, But God decided we must part, I watched you die with a broken heart.

Safe in the arms of Jesus and free from pain, Rest in peace Ann, till we meet again.

Your loving husband Frank. x TRODDEN Ann God saw you getting weary, A cure was not to be, He put His arms around you, And whispered come to me, Although we're not together Mam, We will never be apart, Because you have that special place, Right here within our hearts. …

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