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REEVE JAMES ( Jim ) Peacefully on January 21st in Middlesbrough Grange Care Home Jim, aged 98 years. Beloved husband of the late Annie, loving dad of Bernard, Terry, Julie, Hazel and Anthony and a sadly missed grandad and great grandad. Funeral service and cremation to take place on Monday February 6th at 10.45am in the chapel of St Hilda Teesside Crematorium. Would friends please meet at the crematorium chapel. Family flowers only donations in lieu if so desired to Middlesbrough Grange Care Home a donation box will be provided after the service. All enquiries to Middlesbrough Co-op Funeralcare 398 Linthorpe Road Tel 01642 828301 SEDGWICK ELIZABETH (nee Murray) Dear Sister and Aunty. Rest in peace.

Patrick, Dorothy, Shaun and Anthony.

SMITH (JOLY) JOAN Hurting Bad, Feeling Blue, I'd done everything that a son could do, He called your name, then you were gone, Released from a life where the days just dragged on, I know that you have gone to a much better place, I look up to heaven with a smile on my face.

Take it easy Muth, Son Antoni & Daughter-in-Law Karen SMITH JOAN (Joly) Passed away peacefully in Burlam Road Care Home on 25th January following a long period of illness, aged 88 years. Beloved mother of Antoni, mother in law to Karen and well respected by Michael. The funeral service is to take place at St Hilda's Chapel, Teesside Crematorium on Thursday 2nd February at 10.15am. Family flowers only, but donations if desired to Macmillan Cancer Support. All enquiries to Relph Funeral Service, 43 Kings Road, North Ormesby. Tel 01642 246295. …

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