Deaths

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Deaths


law of BELL (Castleside). On 8th January, aged 67 years, Carol, much loved mam of Lynne, son-in-law Geoff, loved and missed by Noble, much loved nana to Laura, Steven, Wayne and Claire. Friends please meet for service in St. John's Church, Castleside on Tuesday 19th January at 1.15pm, followed by cremation at Mountsett Crematorium. Family flowers only please, donations if desired to Willow Burn Hospice, Maiden Law.

BLAKE (North Kenton). Peacefully in hospital on Friday 8th January 2010, aged 83 years, Ray, beloved husband of the late Chris, much loved dad of Raymond, June, Susan and Linda, also a proud grandfather and great grandfather of all the grandchildren. Would family and friends please meet for Funeral Service and cremation at the West Road Crematorium on Friday 15th January at 1.30pm. Family flowers only please, donations if desired to Help for Heroes. All welcome back to The Duke of Wellington, Kenton for refreshments afterwards.

BRADLEY (Shotley Bridge).

Peacefully in hospital after a long illness bravely fought, on 8th January, Mark, dearly loved husband of Ann, cherished father of Paul and the late David, much loved father-in-law of Joanna and Susan, adored grandad of Jodie, Sophie, Jonathan and Jamie. Mark will be sadly missed by all his family and friends. Would friends please meet for Requiem Mass at St. Mary's R.C. Church, Blackhill on Friday 15th January at 1.00pm, followed by interment in Blackhill Cemetery.

CANDLISH (Cowgate). Florence, peacefully and with dignity at the Marie Curie, Newcastle on Tuesday 12th January 2010, aged 79 years, beloved wife of Norman for 59 years, loving mother of Susan and son-in-law Martin, grandma of Lorna and Colin, loving sister of Pauline and family. Will be greatly missed by all. Would family and friends please meet for Funeral Service at the West Road Crematorium on Friday 15th January 2010 at 9.00am. Family flowers only, donations to Marie Curie Cancer Care at crematorium.

CRUDDAS (Tow Law). Thornley Village. On January 7th, Peter, aged 61 years, loving husband of Lynda, dear brother and brother-in-law of Lorraine, Des, Susan and Mick, uncle to Alexandra and Jonathan and nephew of Nora, Joan and Margaret. Friends please meet for service at Durham Crematorium on Monday January 18th at 1.30pm. All are welcome for refreshments afterwards at Mount Oswald Manor. Family flowers only please, donations for Hebridean Sheep Society may be left at the crematorium.

DALTON (Heaton). Peacefully in hospital, surrounded by her family on 9th January 2010, aged 71 years, Edith (nee Anderson), much loved mam of Brian, Maureen, Norma, Lynn and Steven, a dearly loved mother-in-law, nana and great nana. She will be sadly missed by all her family and friends. Please meet at the West Road Crematorium on Monday 18th January at 3.00pm. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu for the N.S.P.C.C. will be collected on the day.

DAVISON (Windy Nook). Peacefully at home, on January 6th 2010, aged 83 years, Jack, beloved husband of the late Mary, loving dad of Linda, Stephen, Howard, Helen and the late Noreen and Philip and a loving father-in-law, much loved grandad and great grandad. Will be sadly missed by all family and friends. Friends please meet for service at Saltwell Crematorium on Thursday 14th January at 3.00pm. Family flowers only please, donations if desired for the Baby Unit at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital may be left in the basket provided after the service. All enquiries to Watsons Funeral Directors, Gateshead. Tel. (0191) 4771484.

DOIG (Hazlerigg). Died peacefully on January 8th, aged 73 years, Colin, very dear husband of Anne, beloved dad of Gary and Julia, father-in-law of Jennie and Dean, brother of Brian, brother-in-law of Doris and a loving uncle who will be sadly missed by all his family and friends. Friends please meet for service at the West Road Crematorium, Newcastle on Friday January 15th at 3. …

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