Originally printed on August 6, 2019 in the Eastern Daily Press.
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PALMER JUNE DAPHNE Of Lowestoft. June passed away at home on July 30th, 2019, aged 83 years. Dearly beloved wife of the late Tony, loving mum of Debra and Adrian, loving mother-in-law of Ali. Nanny to five cherished grandchildren and great-nanny to five cherished great-grandchildren. Former Nursing Auxiliary at Lothingland Hospital. Loved and respected by all who knew her. Taken from us unexpectedly and far too soon. Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, August 13th, at 2 p.m. at Waveney Memorial Park & Crematorium, Warrens Lane, Benacre Road, Ellough, Beccles, NR34 7XE. All friends and colleagues welcome. Immediate family flowers only please, donations, if desired, to British Heart Foundation gratefully accepted by Arthur Jary & Sons Ltd, 76 Denmark Road, Lowestoft, NR32 2EQ or online via June's tribute page www.arthurjary.co.uk

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Adrian Palmer

08 August 2019
Mum, there really are no words to express my love for you. For so many years of my life you were my rock. You not only gave birth to me, "popping me out of the sunroof" and not knowing for some time if I'd survived, but you kept me going when times were tough. From the orange junior disprin,and Dettol in a bucket by the bed, when I was small to being a shoulder to cry on many years later, when life seemed to take a bad turn at every opportunity. You were ALWAYS there for me. You had a difficult start to life and lost much more than most in your formative years and were determined no other child would feel unloved. You dedicated your life to being the best wife, mother, nanny and great-nanny you could possibly be. You were a good friend to anyone who took the time to get to know you. You loved and cared for us all, always putting others first, never complaining about your many health problems, even though some could be quite debilitating. You have been a true inspiration and a human being so many of us could and should learn from. I've been looking forward to the coming year, once dad's anniversary had passed. We had so much planned (but now I'll have to learn to garden without your knowledgeable guidance - I'll do my very best!). However, I also know how much you missed dad and I'm sorry we couldn't quite get you through the other side. I'm glad you both got to see me happy AND we did it...a wedding at Monkey World! So, so many happy memories and when the dust has settled and the heartbreak hurts a little less, I will cherish every single one. I hope and pray that you are on that final journey, to be with your number 1 again and that you both rest in peace, seeing and knowing that I am doing my very best every single day, to be the person you made, shaped and wanted me to be. You will forever be in my mind, heart and soul. I'll miss you Mum and love you forever. Sweet dreams, God bless and, of course, "LUL" always. Your ever loving son, Adrian xxxxx


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