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Derek Solway

The funeral service for Derek Wilfred Solway, husband of the late Eileen, who died at Summerland House Nursing Home, aged 88, was held at Shiloh Church and conducted by Chrissy Salmon. Opening the service, How great thou art sung by Melodie Solway, granddaughter, accompanied by Alan West. Included in the service was a Euphonium Solo, The Holy city, played by Colin Solway, son. The bible verses were read by Jim Guilbert.  The tribute was read by daughters Lynda, Karen and Avril. The closi...

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Kenneth Marquis

The funeral service, prior to cremation, for Kenneth Roy Marquis, husband of the late Sadie, who died at Summerland House Nursing Home, aged 96, was held at Le Foulon Chapel and was conducted by The Very Revd John A Guille. Included in the service was Daffodils by William Wordsworth and verses from Ecclesiastes 3. The organist, Graham Martel, accompanied the singing of For the beauty of the earth and All things bright and beautiful. 

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Peter Laker

The service of celebration for the life of, Peter Geoffrey Laker, husband of the late Dilys, who died peacefully at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital, aged 95, was held at Les Cotils, conducted by Celebrant, Annette Henry. To open the service the music, ‘On n’oublie rien’ by Jacques Brel was played. During the service, the Eulogy, with tributes from Keith, son, was read by both Annette Henry and Keith. ‘Gymnopédie No 1’ composed by Erik Satie played for a pe...

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Joan Nicolle

The funeral service for Joan Victoria Nicolle (neé Dyer) wife of Ivan, who died peacefully at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital, aged 86, was held at the Salvation Army, L’Islet and was conducted by Major Andrew Diaper-Clausen. Opening the service was Love me Tender by Elvis Presley. Following the Tribute read by Major Diaper-Clausen, Teddy Bear by Elvis Presley was played. Also read by Major Diaper-Clausen was the Bible Reading, Psalm 139: 7-10. The Recessional music was Always on...

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Bertram Enevoldsen

The Funeral Service for Bertram (Bert) Otto Enevoldsen, husband of Mary, who died at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital, aged 95, was held at St Josephs Church and conducted by Fr. Inna Reddy Gade. Included in the service was the Eulogy read by Keith Enevoldsen, son. The Bible Readings were from, Isaiah 25: 6-9 read by Bridget Martin, sister-in-law. Luke O’Donnell sang Psalm 23, and Father Inna Reddy Gade read Gospel John 14: 1-6. Bridget Martin also lead the Prayers of the Faithful.

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Hugh Keyho

The service of celebration for the life of, Hugh John Keyho, husband of Anne, who died peacefully at Southampton General Hospital, aged 71, was held at Les Cotils, conducted by Celebrant, Annette Henry. To open the service the music, Sound of Silence by Kfir Ochaion was played. During the service, the Eulogy, with memories from Shane, nephew, and the Poem, All is Well, was read by Annette Henry, with Songbird by Eva Cassidy played for the period of reflection. To end the service, Time to say...

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Brenda Vinning

The funeral service, prior to cremation, for Brenda Rose Vinning (neé Hockey), wife of the late Kenneth (Ken), who died at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital, aged 90, was held at Le Foulon Chapel and was conducted by Jayne White, Celebrant. Opening the service was the music Everybody Hurts by REM. Included in the service were tributes contributed by Brenda’s family, A Poem to my Mother-In-Law written by Genie Graveline edited and read by Gemma, In Loving Memory of Our Wonderful Gra...

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Rodney Kilby

The funeral service, prior to cremation, for Rodney (Kipper) Kilby, husband of the late Ann, who died at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital, aged 75, was held at Le Foulon Chapel and was conducted by Celebrant, Annette Henry. Opening the service was The Chain, theme tune to Formula 1 by Fleetwood Mac. Included in the service were the Poem, All is Well, and one written by Grace, granddaughter, both read by Annette Henry. Wendy Wilson, sister, read a personal tribute with various family tributes r...

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Frederick Giles

The funeral service for Frederick (Fred) Brian Giles, husband of Clare, who died peacefully at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital, aged 77, was held at the Vale Parish Church and was conducted by The Rector, The Revd Beverley Hervé. Included in the service was the Bible Reading Ecclesiastes 3, 1-8, a Tribute to Fred and the Poem, Gramps, read by Rosie de Carteret, granddaughter. The organist, Andrew Warren, accompanied the singing of Jerusalem and He who would valiant be. The service was...

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Roy Smith

The funeral service for Roy Smith husband of Val, who died peacefully at Browhill Nursing Home, aged 86, was held at the Vale Parish Church and was conducted by the Revd Jan Le Billon. Opening the service was the music, Agnus Dei from The Armed Man A Mass for Peace by Karl Jenkins. During the service a Tribute compiled by Val, was read by Linda Howell. The poem ‘The Ship’ by Rt Revd Bishop Brent was read by Revd Jan Le Billon on Val’s behalf. During A Time of Reflection incl...

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Steve Ellis

A Celebration for the life of Steven (Steve) Ellis, husband of Karina, who died peacefully at Les Bourgs Hospice, aged 54, was held at the Vale Douzaine Room and conducted by Celebrant, Annette Henry. The processional music was Maybe I Maybe You by the Scorpions. The Eulogy with contributions from the family were read by Annette, Tracey and Colin. During a period of reflection, a montage of pictures chosen by the family was shown with See you in my Dreams by Bruce Springsteen playing. The Rec...

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John Slattery

The Funeral Service for John Francis Slattery, husband of the late Maureen, who died at Les Bourgs Hospice, aged 87 was held at St Josephs Church and conducted by Canon Christopher Rutledge. Opening the Service was the Piper with Amazing Grace. Included in the service were words of remembrance given by Sean Slattery, son, Poem read by Janette Le Noury, Memories of John given by Maria Waddingham, daughter, a recording of Danny Boy sung by Kieran and Simon and the Bible Readings were 2 Timothy...

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Thomas Dorey

A Service to Remember and Celebrate the Life of Thomas Andre Edward Dorey, son of Robert and Laurence, who died in London, aged 19, was held at the Town Church, conducted by the Revd Peter Graysmith. During the service, Tributes were read by Robert Dorey, Charlie Dorey, Al Stewart and Helene Guy with a piano piece, Le Gardien du Tombeau, played and composed by Martyn Dorey and the Elizabeth College and Ladies College Choirs singing, A New Commandment – Nardone.

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Wendy Lihou

The funeral service, prior to cremation, for Wendy Heather Lihou (née Broome), wife of Brian, who died at Les Bourgs Hospice, aged 81, was held at Le Foulon Chapel and was conducted by Revd Linda Le Vasseur. Included in the service were Memories of Wendy read by Adrian, son. A moment of reflection included a photo montage, during which These are the days of our Lives by Queen was played.  The recessional music was Days by Kirsty MacColl. The organist, Stephen Francis, accompanied...

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Ronald Butt

A Service of Celebration for the Life of Ronald (Ron) Henry Butt, who died at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital, aged 91, was held at Le Foulon Chapel, conducted by the Revd Howard Stinger. Opening the service was the music, Lady in Red, by Chris De Burgh. Included in the service was the Bible Reading, Isaiah 40: 3-8. A Tribute to Ron was read by Revd Stringer, with Albatross by Fleetwood Mac played during a time of reflection. To end the service, The Power of Love, by Jennifer Rush was played....

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Kathleen Dorey

The funeral service for Kathleen Joan Dorey (née Renouf), widow of Roy, who died at home aged 91, was held at Vale Parish Church and was conducted by The Rector, the Revd Beverley Hervé. Included in the service was the Bible Reading John 14: 1-6. On behalf of the family, Memories of Mum was read by Stephen Francis and the Poem ‘I am free’ was read by Angela Dorey. During a time of reflection, the music How great thou art by Daniel O’Donnell was played, with Jus...

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Cedric Bayles

A Service of Celebration for the life of Cedric Lionel Bayles, who died at Summerland House Nursing Home, aged 81, was held at Le Foulon Chapel, conducted by Suzy Goode, Celebrant. Opening the service was On Top of the World by The Carpenters. Included in the service was the Eulogy, a Moment of Reflection during the playing of the Hymn, Eternal Father Strong to Save, a Poem read by Cameron, grandson and Close to You by The Carpenters was played as a remembrance to Moria. Recessional music was...

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Estelle McKenzie

The funeral service for Estelle Nadine McKenzie (née Renouf), widow of Jim, who died at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital, aged 77, was held at St Paul’s Methodist Church, conducted by Revd Stephen Dallin. To open the service, Ave Maria by Carlo Paul Santanna was played. Included in the service was a family tribute, given by Claire and Louise, daughters. Lara’s Theme from Dr Zhivago by Andre Rieu was played during the Time of Reflection and the Poem, Her Journey’s Just...

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Cecilia Mabire

The funeral service for Cecilia May Mabire (née Vidamour), who died at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital, aged 80, was held at Castel Parish Church and was conducted by the Rt Revd Nick Drayson. Included in the service was the opening music, Over the Rainbow by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole. Tributes from the family were written by Tina and Gary and read by Revd Drayson who also read the Bible Reading, John: 14, 1-6. During a period of reflection, In the Arms of an Angel by Sarah McLachlan...

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