Deaths

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ANDERSON RITA (St. John's Estate). Peacefully in the Freeman Hospital on 18th January 2015, aged 81 years, Rita, beloved wife of Jim, a loving sister of Jack, Peter, Eileen, Sheila and their families, sister-in-law of May, Margaret, Peter and John, a much loved aunty and great aunty. Would family and friends please meet for Requiem Mass at St. John Vianney R.C. Church Chapel House on Wednesday 4th February at 10.15am, followed by cremation at the West Road Crematorium at 11.45am. Family flowers only please, donations if so desired to the heart foundation at the Freeman Hospital. All welcome afterwards for refreshments at the Westerhope Golf Club.

ASKEW JOHN (Seaton Delaval). Peacefully on 12th January 2015, aged 91 years, John (Joe), beloved husband of Joan (nee Kelly), much loved dad of Jackie, dear father-inlaw to Bob, loving Pop of Liane, Kelly and Simon, adored great granda to Jonathan. Loved and sadly missed by all his family and friends. Funeral Service to be held at Whitley Bay Crematorium, on Tuesday 3rd February at 10.30am. Friends please meet at crematorium. Family flowers only by request, donations in lieu if desired to be shared between Parkinsons UK and The Elsdon Unit. A donation box will be available at the service.

ASKEW KEN (Annfield Plain). Suddenly at home on January 21st, aged 74 years, Ken, dear brother of Gilbert and the late Arthur, brother-in-law of Lesley and Brenda.

Friends please meet for service at Mountsett Crematorium on Tuesday 3rd February at 2.00pm. No flowers by request.

BATEMAN CHARLES (Blackhill). North View. On January 23rd, aged 86 years, Charles, beloved husband of Maureen also a loving uncle. Friends please meet for service at Mountsett Crematorium, on Monday February 2nd, at 1.15pm. Family flowers only, donations to be divided between three cancer charities. All enquiries to Derwentside Funeral Service. Tel. (01207) 234444.

BATTISTA JANET (Montagu). Janet Millicent (nee Chalmers), passed away peacefully on 16th January, aged 74 years, beloved wife of Frank, much loved mother of Tony, Gary, Brian, Deborah, Dean and the late Warren, treasured nanna of Natalie, Carl, Louis, Morgan, Jack, Laura, Hannah, Teri, Sara, Stephanie, Kimberley, Georgina and great nanna of three, also a loving sister, auntie and motherin-law. She will be sadly missed by all the family. Forever in our thoughts, her eternal and selfless love will never be forgotten, from her heartbroken family. R.I.P. Mam x. Funeral Service to take place at the West Road Crematorium on Friday 6th February at 2.15pm. Friends please meet at the crematorium. Family flowers only by request, donations if desired to the Alzheimer's Society. All enquiries to Clark Pearson Funeral Services, Denton Burn. Tel. (0191) 2744373.

CLARK CHARLES (Felling). Peacefully at home on 24th January 2015, aged 93 years, Charlie, beloved husband of the late Cassy, loving dad of Jean, Ken and Ray, dearly loved grandad to all the family. Friends please meet for service at St. Alban's Church, Windy Nook, on Tuesday 3rd February at 12.45pm, followed by interment at Heworth Burn Cemetery. All enquiries and floral tributes to Watson's Funeral Director's Ltd, 282 Old Durham Road, Gateshead, NE8 4BP. Tel. (0191) 4771484.

COULSON MARGARET (Cramlington). Margaret (nee Lynch), passed away suddenly at home on January 21st, aged 78 years, beloved wife of Ronnie, much loved mam of Anthony and Alison, devoted grandma and a much loved sister. Margaret will be very sadly missed. Friends please meet for service at St. John's R.C. Church, Annitsford on Friday January 30th at 11.30am, followed by interment in church yard. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if desired to the Macmillan Nurses or the Great North Air Ambulance. All enquiries to H. Duckworth Funeral Directors, Cramlington. Tel. (01670) 713218.

DIXON EMMA (Walker). Peacefully in hospital after a short illness on 17th January 2015, aged 86 years, Emma (nee Mitchell), a loving mother to Linda, John, Edwin and Joanne, devoted nana and great nana to all her loving grandchildren and great grandchildren, also a former wife of Larry. …

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