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MITCHELL (MICKO), PRITCHARD January 30, HILL BRIAN January 27, 2010.

Aged 46 years.

Devoted son of Winnie and the late Bernie, loving brother of Bernard, Karen, Jayne, Gary and Paula, loving brother-in-law to Alison, Brian, Richie and Mark. Much loved uncle of Brian, Katie, Daniel, Carla, Richard, Adam, Sam, Tanya, Ruby and baby Bobby. (Brian will be very sadly missed by all his loving family and friends. R.I.P. xxx.) Funeral Mass will take place at St. Philomena's Church on Thursday, February 11 at 12.00 noon, followed by Interment at Everton Cemetery. Flowers and all enquiries to Peter Coyne Independent Funeral Service, Millennium House, 475 Queens Drive, L4 8TY. Tel: 0151 226 7999, where Brian will be resting.

HOWARD -JOSEPHINE (JOSIE), January 29, 2010. Dear Auntie of Eileen, Paul, Susan and their families. (Our Lady of Lourdes pray for her xxx.) HOWARD -JOSIE, January 2 9 , 2 0 1 0. D e e p e s t sympathy to Les, Irene and Families on the loss of your Mum and Nan. (God bless, Josie.) -Brian and Pat Kielty and Family.

K E E L E Y -W I L L I A M , January 28, 2010. Deepest sympathy to Tommy and Family on the sad loss of your brother Billy. A very likeable man and family friend. (Memories of our friendship will always stay with me. Y.N.W.A. Billy.) -Mick Healey and Families.

KEELEY -WILLIAM (BILLY), January 28, 2010. (You went away so suddenly, we did not say goodbye, but Brothers can never be parted, precious memories never die. Sadly missed.) -Tommy and Terry. (There's a place in our hearts no one can fill, we miss you Uncle and always will.) -James, Thomas, John, Angela and Families.

KEELEY WILLIAM (BILLY) January 28, 2010. Suddenly but peacefully at home, aged 76 years. Beloved brother of Ellen and Thomas, much loved uncle of all his nephews and nieces. Will be very sadly missed by all his family and friends.

Funeral Mass at St. Monica's Church, Bootle on Monday, February 8 at 12.00 noon, followed by Cremation at Thornton Crematorium. All enquiries to Coyne Bros., 113 Bridge Road, Litherland, L21. Tel: 0151 928 3763, where Billy will be resting and then at his brother Thomas' home from Sunday.

K E E L E Y -W I L L I A M , January 28, 2010. I n memory of Billy, my best mate who I will never forget. -Your mate Jimmy.

K I N G -C A T H E R I N E , January 28, 2010. Deepest sympathy to Pat, Natalie, and all the Family. (Always ready to do her best, with a heart so true and tender, she devoted her life to those she loved and those she loved w i l l remember.) Thinking of you all at this sad time. -Sadie, Joe, and Family.

K I N G -C A T H E R I N E , January 28, 2010. Deepest sympathy to Natalie, Pat and family, thinking of you all at this sad time. All our love -Paul, Katie and Pauly xxx.

LAMBERT JOHN January 28, 2010 Aged 78 years Now reunited with his two sons David and Stephen. A loving husband to Marion, much cherished grandad to Nancy. Will be sadly missed by his little dog Stella. Service to be held at St Columbas Church, Pinehurst Ave on Tuesday February 9 at 9.30 a.m. followed by cremation at Anfield Crematorium at 10.00 a.m. Donations by family request, made payable to the Walton Neuro Centre c/o Hardacres Funeral Directors, Lusitania House, 444 Cherry Lane, L4 8TT. Tel 0151 270 2727 where John will be resting.

LAWSON -JAMES, January 28, 2010. (Memories are a gift to treasure, ours of you Jimmy will stay with us forever. You'll Never Walk Alone.) -Mary, John, Sue, and Family. LAWSON -JIMMY, January 28, 2010. (It's not what we write, it's not what we say, it's how we remember you, in our own special way. You'll Never Walk Alone Jimmy.) -Brother-in-law Tommy, sister-in-law Lily, and Family.

L O W R Y -KATE (Nee CHARLESWORTH). February 1, 2010. Peacefully in Marie Curie. Beloved wife of Ferg and loving mum of Simon and Kate, a dear mum in law to Andrew and a much loved nana to Isabella and Poppy. …

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