Deaths

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Deaths


ALDUS EDDIE (Blyth). Peacefully in Waterloo House on 25th December, aged 80 years, Eddie, much loved husband of the late Pearl (nee Charlton), loving dad of Stephen, Angela and Deborah, grandad of Jamie and Natalie and great grandad of Harley. Cortege leaving from sons residence on Monday 12th January for Service and cremation at Cowpen Crematorium at 1.00pm. Friends please meet at crematorium. Family flowers only by request, donations to Waterloo House or Alzheimer's Society. Enquiries c/o K. & T. Shields Funeral Directors, Blyth. Tel. (01670) 540004.

BAIRD ELLEN (Choppington). Formerly of Morpeth. Peacefully in hospital on 28th December 2014, aged 90 years, Ellen. Sadly missed by all her fellow residents and all who cared for her. Always in our thoughts. Please meet for Funeral Service and cremation at Cowpen Crematorium, on Wednesday 14th January at 2.00pm. Floral tributes may be sent to The Cooperative Funeralcare, Bedlington. Tel. (01670) 821111.

BATEY DAVID (Wallsend). Died suddenly on 22nd December 2014, aged 67. Beloved son of the late John and Peggy, loving brother of Eunice and devoted Uncle to Claire and James. David will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. Please meet at West Road Crematorium on Friday 16th January at 11.45am. No flowers by request, donations in lieu to Sir Bobby Robson Foundation and Help For Heroes. All enquiries to Go As You Please, 01670 730303.

BRAYSON WYN (Horsley). Peacefully on the 18th of December 2014, aged 89 years, Wyn, loving mum of Trish and Pam. Would family and friends please meet for Funeral Service at Horsley Village Church on Monday the 12th January at 1.45pm. Donations made to Cancer Research UK please.

BULLERWELL DOROTHY (Benwell). Died 29th December 2014, aged 93 years, Dorothy, beloved wife of the late Ivan, a much loved aunt of several generations, a warm friend of many. Would friends please meet for service and cremation at West Road Crematorium, Newcastle, on Monday 12th January at 11.00am. Family flowers only please by request.

BURN ANN HESLOP (Gateshead). Formerly of Leopold Street. Peacefully in hospital on 29th December, aged 80 years, Ann (nee Irving), much loved mam of Christine and Brian, dear grandma, mother-in-law and sister of the late George, Leslie and Sidney. Friends please meet Saltwell Crematorium on Tuesday 13th January at 1.45pm for service. Donations in lieu of flowers, if desired to a charity of your choice.

CARR IDRIS (Elswick). Suddenly at home on Sunday 28th December 2014, aged 83 years, Idris, dearly loved husband of the late Rose, much loved dad of Janet, David, Lynn, Susan and the late Carol, father-in-law of Paul, Terry and the late Eric, a dear grandad and great grandad and friend to many. Would family and friends please meet at The West Road Crematorium, on Tuesday 13th January at 9.30am. Flowers to be sent to Co-operative Funeralcare, Benwell. Afterwards all welcome back to The Villa Victoria, Westmorland Road.

COLE RICHARD (Lobley Hill). Peacefully in hospital, on 26th December 2014, aged 89 years, Richard, dearly beloved husband of Jean, much loved dad of Richard, Christine and Beverley also dearly loved father-in-law, grandad, great grandad and uncle of all the family. Would friends please meet for the Funeral Service at Saltwell Crematorium, on Monday 12th January, at 1.45pm. Family flowers only, donations if desired to British Heart Foundation. All enquiries to W. Lauderdale & Son, Funeral Service. Tel. (0191) 4604698.

COWIE JOSEPH (Westerhope). Suddenly at home on Monday 29th December 2014, aged 86 years, Joseph (Les), much loved husband of the late Emma and a dear uncle of all the family. Will be sadly missed. Would family and friends please meet at the West Road Crematorium on Monday 12th January at 12.00noon. Family flowers only please, donations if so desired to the British Heart Foundation.

CRAIG CHRIS (High West Jesmond). …

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