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Deaths


BATES Edith Elizabeth (Ede) Wife of the late Alfred, much loved mum of John and Maureen, grandma to Paul and Alison, Amanda and Jim, treasured great grandma to all "her bits" and a very special auntie. Will be sadly missed by all who loved her. Passed away on April 1, 2009 in her 90th year. Funeral service to be held at the Heart of England Crematorium, Nuneaton on Tuesday, April 14 at 3.45 p.m. Flowers or donations for "WNAA" may be sent care of J E Hackett & Sons Ltd, 93 Leicester Road, Bedworth, CV12 8AH..

BURKE Adeline Maud Passed away peacefully at home on March 24, 2009, aged 88 years. A caring mother with a special touch, loved by us all so very much.

Reunited back with dad so rest in peace, No longer sad. God bless, Lynda, Mark, Joan, Mandy, Sophie and Matthew. Funeral service and cremation at Canley Crematorium, Charter Chapel. On Wednesday April 15, at 10.00 a.m. Family flowers only please, donations to Cancer Research UK may be sent c/o Co-operative Funeral Service, 11 Lower Holyhead Road, Coventry, CV1 3AX, Tel 02476 225826..

CROW Kathleen (Kaye) Formerly known as Rye. Beloved wife of Herbert (deceased), sister of Raymond, loved mother of Geoff, Ges, Ros, Jonathan and Noelle, passed away suddenly on April 1, 2009. Funeral service to take place at Canley Crematorium on Tuesday, April 14, 2009 at 11.30 a.m. Flowers or donations if desired for the R.S.P.C.A. may be sent to Walton & Taylor Funeral Service, 16 Railway Terrace, Rugby, CV21 3EW.

Tel. 01788 543008.

DAVIS Katie No matter how our lives may change or whatever we may do, we will never forget those special years, the ones we worked with you.

Love and miss you always, all your friends at Willowbrook.

DAVIS Katharine Passed away peacefully on March 30, 2009, aged 45 years. Loving partner of Nigel. 'Love is Eternal'. Funeral Service at Charter Chapel, Canley Crematorium on Thursday, April 9 at 9.30 a.m.

Flowers or donations, if desired, for Cancer Research U.K. to A.

Pargetter & Son, Funeral Directors, City Mews, Lamb Street, Coventry, CV1 4AE (Tel. 024 7622 3343)..

FAULKNER Iris Irene Dearly beloved wife of the late Ronald Thomas, loving mum of Sheila and Barbara, dear nan, great nan and sister of Cyril passed peacefully away on March 29, 2009, aged 84 years.

Funeral Service at Charter Chapel, Canley Crematorium on Thursday April 9, at 11.30 a.m. Family flowers only, donations if desired for the M.S.

Society to A. Pargetter and Son, City Mews, Lamb Street, Coventry, CV1 4AE.

FORD Anne Wife of Alec (deceased) and devoted mother to Patricia and Peter and much loved nan to Tracy, Nicola and Matthew, passed away peacefully on March 30, 2009, in Wisbech Cambridgeshire. Anne had many friends and family in Coventry where she lived in Longfellow Road before moving to Herne Bay on retirement. More recently living in East Anglia. Anne was a treasured mother, grandmother and great grandmother and will be sadly missed. Funeral Service will take place at Kings Lynn Crematorium on Tuesday April 14, at 1.45 p.m.

Floral tributes may be sent to W Bailey and Son, Funeral Directors, 55 Lynn Road, Wisbech, PE13 2DE.

Tel: 01945 584762.

EAVES Iris There is no greater gift than love, Grandma you gave so much love to us all. You will always be in our thoughts and forever in our hearts. …

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