Obituary columns

By Observer Reporter in Local People

MRS. C. J. SMITH

TENBY

The death occurred at Tenby Cottage Ward, Park House Court, Tenby, on Wednesday, March 1, of Mrs. Christine Joan Smith, of Black Rock Cottage, The Burrows, Tenby. She was 75.

Mrs. Smith is survived by her husband John and sons Mark, Craig and Neil.

The funeral service takes place on Friday, March 17, at St. Mary’s Church, Tenby, at 10.30 am, followed by cremation at Parc Gwyn, Narberth, at 11.30 am.

There will be family flowers only, but donations, if desired, can be made payable to ‘Alzheimer’s Research UK’, c/o the funeral directors, Messrs. W. and M. J. Rossiter and Sons Ltd., The Old Rectory, The Norton, Tenby, or Landsker House, 21 Station Road, Narberth.

Mr. D. H. Johns

Saundersfoot

The death occurred at Withybush Hospital on Tuesday, February 28, of Mr. Donald Hugh Johns, of Cwm Gwennol, Saundersfoot. He was 88.

Mr. Johns is survived by his wife Margaret and sons Anthony, Richard, Nick and families.

The funeral service is on Tuesday, at St. Issell’s Church, Saundersfoot, at 11.30 am, following on at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth, at 1 pm.

Donations, if desired, can be made payable to either St. Issell’s Church or the Paul Sartori Foundation, c/o funeral directors, W. and M. J. Rossiter and Sons Ltd., The Old Rectory, The Norton, Tenby, or Landsker House, 21 Station Road, Narberth.

MR. G. GREASLEY

MANORBIER

As previously reported, Mr. Geoffrey Greasley, of Manorbier, died at his home after a long illness borne with great courage.

Geoff was born in Tenby Cottage Hospital on December 13, 1946, to Beatrice and Douglas Greasley. He grew up in Tenby and attended Neyland Technical College to study catering, progressing to two years at Highbury College, Portsmouth, where he won medals at Hotel Olympia.

He then moved to London, working in prestigious West End hotels, Royal Lancaster, The Piccadilly, ending up as one of the youngest sous chefs of his time at Grosvenor House. Here he met Lorna and they were married in 1971, returning to Tenby to run the Buckingham Hotel on the Esplanade in conjunction with Mrs. Greasley. They expanded to buildings either side and started the outside catering business Alfresco Catering.

In 1987, they moved as family to Castlemead, Manorbier, a village they had always loved. This gave him time and space to develop the catering side of things, doing weddings, and corporate functions across the three counties, including Royal events.

He was a much-loved father to Victoria, Emma and Alice and beloved Dandant to Freddie, Martha, Isabel, Jack and Genie, in whose company he delighted.

On February 22, St. James’ Church, Manorbier, was full to capacity to celebrate Geoff’s life where a delightful service was conducted by the Rev. Alex Grace, with very humorous eulogies from Robert Searles and Phil Thompson, both close personal friends.

Family left to mourn are Lorna (wife), daughters Victoria, Emma and Alice, husbands Will and Graham and grandchildren, sisters Corrine, Gwyneth, Bernice and nieces and nephews too numerous to mention.

Funeral arrangements were wonderfully carried out by Messrs. W. and M. J. Rossiter and Sons, The Old Rectory, The Norton, Tenby, to whom donations in lieu of flowers are to be made for Paul Sartori and Macmillan, who supported Geoff so well.

MR. A. G. THOMAS

SARDIS

A large number of family and friends recently gathered at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth, to celebrate the life of Arthur George Thomas.

George, as he was known, passed away peacefully at Withybush Hospital on Thursday, January 19, aged 88, following a short illness, and was the second of three children of the late Leonard and Elsie Thomas.

Following his full-time education, his career began in the agricultural industry at Trewern and Treberth farms and later at Hean Castle Estate, for the late Lord Merthyr and his son Mr. Trevor Lewis.

Working in the forestry section, his duties included felling trees and working at the saw mill, where the timber would be transformed into various products. These would include pit props, fence posts and fencing and the finished products would be delivered by George in the estate’s lorry, to farms and homes all over Pembrokeshire. The pit props were transported to the then working collieries throughout Wales and the seasonal products of Christmas trees formed welcome deliveries in many parts of the country.

In 1991, along with his brother David, he received the Royal Agricultural Society’s Long Service Award to Agriculture. The award was presented by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales at the Royal Welsh Show.

George was to meet Miss Margaret Cousins, and following their courtship, were married at St. Issell’s Church, Saundersfoot, on February 2, 1955.

Their first child David was born at 7 Wells, Sardis, where they set up their temporary home with Margaret’s mother Nurse Cousins, Margaret’s brother Nygel and Uncle Bill.

They later moved just down the road to 3 New Buildings where they were to live together for the next 35 years, and where second child Lynne and third child Darron was born.

In his younger days, George was an enthusiastic dinghy sailor, and crewed in the late Ivor Hughes’s Jollyboat, taking part in regattas throughout the county in addition to his own club races at Saundersfoot with Margaret, brother-in-law Roger and several friends. A keen motorcycle enthusiast, owning several of his own, along with his brother David, brother-in-law Nygel and friend Brian ‘Titch’ Picton he would regularly attend race meetings at Silverstone, Aintree and Aberdare Park.

A member of the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffalos, he was a regular attendee at their meetings at the RAOB club in Kilgetty.

On May 20, 1992, George was to suffer a tragically devastating blow just prior to his retirement, by the sudden death of his beloved wife Margaret.

George’s love of the outdoors continued at home. He was a keen gardener and was delighted when his effort was rewarded with a garden full of fresh produce, which he would willingly share amongst neighbours.

Upon his retirement, he became an active member of Sardis Parks and Gardens and earned praise for the manner in which he cleared the woodland brambles, and trimmed the hedges. George also enjoyed walking the fields around Sardis, taking in the magnificent scenery as the seasons changed and enjoyed watching the wildlife.

One of his favourite walks was from Wisemans Bridge to Saundersfoot, when he would stop and chat to passers-by. As George grew older and failing health intervened, his walks became less frequent but his love for Sardis and the countryside never faded.

George will be remembered as a true countryman, whose source of joy was the beautiful land around him and the life it sustained.

George was a loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather and will be missed dearly by David and Rita (son and partner), Lynne and Andrew (daughter and son-in-law), Darron and Sandra (son and daughter-in-law), Sheryll, Lee, Jodie, Rachel and Tomos, Daniel, Hannah, Sophie and Jason, Jessica, Carl (grandchildren and partners), Barbara and Roger Thomas (sister and brother in law), David and Mary Thomas (brother and sister in law), Nygel and Denise Cousins (brother-in-law and sister-in-law). Along with great-grandchildren, nephews and nieces, too numerous to mention.

The funeral service took place on Thursday, February 2, at Parc Gwyn Crematorium Narberth. Officiating at the service was Rev Marianne Osborne. The bearers were David and Darron Thomas, Daniel Bedford and Neil Thomas.

Donations in lieu of flowers may be made for Myeloma, c/o E. C. Thomas and Son, Funeral Directors, Zoar Chapel, Funeral Home, Llanteg, Narberth, who carried out the funeral arrangements.

mr. c. m. richards

narberth

On Saturday, February 15, a large attendance of mourners at Parc Gwyn demonstrated the respect and affection for Christopher Mark Richards, one of Pembrokeshire’s top cricket groundsmen.

Chris died suddenly on Saturday, January 28, at Withybush Hospital, with his wife Emma, sons Thomas and Owen, brother Nigel at his bedside.

Chris was born in Haverfordwest, May 1963, son of the late Mr. John and Mrs. Jean Richards - brother Nigel and sister Denise.

Chris had retired from Dyfed Powys Police after 30 years service as a Detective Constable. During his time in the force, Chris was stationed at Llandrindod Wells, Newtown, Tenby and Narberth stations, before taking on the position of Detective Constable based at Pembroke Dock and Fishguard Port.

On May 9, 1987, Chris married his wife Emma and this year would have celebrated 30 years of marriage on Chris’s birthday.

Chris’s love of sport commenced in his early teens playing rugby for Tasker Milward Grammar School and then he went on to captain the Sir Thomas Picton First XV. He also played for Pembrokeshire County, Haverfordwest RFC and Dyfed Powys Rugby team. In addition, he played football for Crundale and Narberth AFC and retired from his playing days at Clarbeston Road AFC.

Cricket was Chris’s passion and he was a stalwart of Narberth Cricket Club for over 30 years. He served firstly as a player, committee member, junior coach, clubman of the year and currently was club chairman and groundsman. Chris had the honour in 2006 to be one of the Man of the Match adjudicators at the Harrison Allen Bowl final.

Whilst not on the Lewis Lloyd ground, Chris was supporting both his sons, either on the football pitch or at the many cricket grounds around West Wales; both sons representing Pembrokeshire and Tom, West Wales.

Emma and Chris spent many hours together working on the Lewis Lloyd ground or walking their two dogs.

Following the service, a ‘high class cricket tea’ held at Narberth Rugby Club who kindly donated this in memory of Chris. Also during the S4C televised Narberth and Carmarthen Quins rugby game, a minute’s silence was held in his honour.

Officiating at the service was Rev. Marcus Zipperlen. The bearers were Ben Hughes, Ashley Williams, Ben and Kyle Quartermaine, representing NCC, and nephews Jonathan and Steven Richards.

Others participating were: Eulogy - Mr. Nigel Richards (brother); Tribute to the life of Chris (Owen, son); Bible reading - Mr. H. Simpkins (NCC); Poem - Mr. Gareth Evans (Dyfed Powys Police).

Former colleagues of the Police Force formed a Guard of Honour at Parc Gwyn.

Donations in memory of Chris may be made for Narberth Cricket Club or RNLI, via Mr. Graham Searle, Berllanfach, Llawhaden, SA67 8HJ.

The funeral directors were F. G. Rees and Son, Portfield Gate, Haverfordwest.

MR. W. JOHN

TENBY

The funeral took place recently of Mr. Whitney John, of Heywood Lane, Tenby, who passed away on February 14, at Withybush Hospital, Haverfordwest.

He was 88.

A native of Ludchurch, Whitney worked in the construction industry all of his life.

Firstly as a partner in the family firm of J. G. John and Sons, later as a clerk of works for Pembrokeshire Housing association and finally as clerk of works for Acanthus Holden Architects, Pembroke.

Whitney’s two great loves were his family and his chapel. He was a loving husband to Janet, having been married for 61 years.

He cherished his daughter Stephanie, her children and his five great-grandchildren.

Whitney attended Longstone Congregational Chapel, where he was a deacon and Sunday School superintendent.

After his marriage, he went to Moreton Methodist Chapel, until its closure in recent years, when he and Janet transferred to Saundersfoot Methodist Chapel.

Family left to mourn: Janet (wife), Stephanie and Mervyn (daughter and son-in-law), Naomi, Hannah and David, Samuel and Rachel (grandchildren and spouses), Niamh, Annabel, Reuben, Lydia and Abel (great-grandchildren), Duncan and Audrey, Brian and Penny, Hettie, Margaret (brothers and sisters-in-law), along with many nieces, nephews and cousins.

The funeral was held at Saundersfoot Methodist Chapel, followed by interment at Bethesda Evangelical Church, Tenby Road, on February 24.

Officiating was Rev. Lorrette Hinson, assisted by Rev. Hugh-John Wilson, while bearers were Barrie Williams, Dale Hilling, Peter John (nephews) and Daniel Treharne.

Donations in memory may be made to the Paul Sartori Foundation, c/o E. C. Thomas and Son, Funeral Directors, Zoar Chapel Funeral Home, Llanteg, Narberth, who conducted the funeral arrangements.

MRS. B. J. JONES

(formerly of

Pembroke Dock)

The death occurred peacefully at Bush House Care Home, Pembroke, on March 2, of Mrs. Betty Juliane Jones, formerly of Milton Terrace, Pembroke Dock.

Aged 91, she was a loving wife of Owen, devoted mum to Ann and son-in-law to Stuart, much-loved grandma to Joe.

Betty will be sadly missed by her family and friends.

The funeral service will take place on Tuesday at Pennar Community Church (Bethany), Pembroke Dock, at 2 pm, followed by interment at Llanion Cemetery.

There will be immediate family flowers only, with donations, if so desired, for Make a Wish Foundation, c/o E. C. Thomas and Son, Funeral Directors, Zoar Chapel Funeral Home, Llanteg, Narberth, also of 31, Stockwell Road, Pembroke Dock.

MR. A. K. FIRTH

TENBY

The death occurred on February 28, of Mr. Alistair Kevin Firth, of 16 The Green, Tenby, who passed away at Morriston Hospital, Swansea.

Aged 47, he is survived by Alison, his mother Linda, father Mike and brother Greg.

The funeral will take place on Monday, March 13, at 3 pm, at St. Mary’s Church, Tenby, and following on at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth, at 4 pm.

Flowers or donations to Many Tears Dogs Rescue Centre, c/o funeral directors, Messrs. W. and M. J. Rossiter and Sons Ltd, The Old Rectory, The Norton, Tenby.

MR. K. E. SCOURFIELD

CAREW

The death occurred peacefully at home on Saturday of Mr. Kelvin Edward Scourfield, affectionately known as Kelly, of Kesteven Court, Carew.

Aged 62, he was a dearly loved father of Faye and a well-loved friend to many.

The funeral service will take place on Friday, March 17, at Pisgah Baptist Chapel, Cresswell Quay, at 11 am, followed by interment in the Chapel Cemetery.

There will be flowers or donations, if so desired, for Paul Sartori Foundation and Macmillan Cancer Support, c/o E. C. Thomas and Son, Funeral Directors, Zoar Chapel Funeral Home, Llanteg, Narberth.

MRS. P. WILLIAMS

PEMBROKE DOCK

The death occurred peacefully at Withybush Hospital on February 28 of Mrs. Pauline Williams, of Church Street, Pembroke Dock.

Aged 68, she was predeceased, by her beloved husband, Tom.

The funeral will take place on Wednesday, March 15, with a service at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth, at 1 pm.

Family flowers only please, but if desired, donations in lieu in memory of Pauline for Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre, may be sent to John Roberts and Son, Funeral Directors, 51 Bush Street, Pembroke Dock, who are carrying out the arrangements.

MRS. G.R. COLLEY

PEMBROKE

The death occurred peacefully at University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, on March 2, of Mrs. Geraldine Rosemary Colley, affectionately known as Jo, of Crickmarren Close, Pembroke. She was 70.

Jo will be sadly missed by her family, friends and neighbours.

The funeral service will take place on Friday, March 17, at St. Mary’s Church, Carew, at 2.45 pm, followed by interment at Carew Cheriton Cemetery.

There will be immediate family flowers only, with donations, if so desired, for Bloodwise c/o E. C. Thomas and Son, Funeral Directors, Zoar Chapel Funeral Home, Llanteg, Narberth, also at 31, Stockwell Road, Pembroke Dock, who are conducting the funeral arrangements.

Mrs. O. Cooke

Kilgetty

The death occurred peacefully at Ashdale Residential Home, Pembroke, on February 23, of Mrs. Olive Cooke. She lived in Ryelands Lane, Kilgetty.

Aged 99, Olive will be sadly missed by her family and friends.

The funeral service takes place today (Friday) at St. Issell’s Church, Saundersfoot, at 11 am, and will be followed by interment.

There will be family flowers only, with donations, if desired, made payable to Wales Air Ambulance, c/o funeral directors, Messrs W. and M. J. Rossiter and Sons Ltd., The Old Rectory, The Norton, Tenby, or Landsker House, 21 Station Road, Narberth, to whom all inquiries should be made.

MR. A. M. WILLIAMS

NARBERTH

The death occurred at home on February 24 of Mr. Andrew Michael Williams, affectionately known as Andy, of Narberth.

Aged 43, Andy will be sadly missed by his family and many friends.

The funeral service will take place on Wednesday at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth, at 11.30 am.

There are to be family flowers only, but donations in lieu for the British Heart Foundation may be made c/o E. C. Thomas and Son, Funeral Directors, Zoar Chapel Funeral Home, Llanteg, Narberth.

MRS. J. D. ORCHARD

PEMBROKE

The death occurred suddenly, but peacefully, whilst on holiday in Bournemouth, on February 17, of Mrs. Jennifer Diana Orchard, affectionately known as Jenny, of St. Daniels Drive, Pembroke. She was 69.

Dearly loved, Jenny will be sadly missed by all her family, friends and neighbours.

The funeral service will take place on Friday, March 17, at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth, at 12.15 pm.

There will be immediate family flowers only, with donations, if so desired, for Wales Air Ambulance, c/o Mr. Lee Wilkins, ‘Plain Dealings’ Hayscastle, Haverfordwest .

The funeral arrangements are being conducted by E. C. Thomas and Son, Funeral Directors, Zoar Chapel Funeral Home, Llanteg, Narberth also at 31, Stockwell Road, Pembroke Dock.

MRS. S. E. SUNDERLAND (née Dundas)

PEMBROKE DOCK

As reported last week, the death occurred peacefully at Withybush Hospital on February 22 of Mrs. Shirley Elizabeth Sunderland, of Little Mutton Hill, Pembroke Dock. She was 74.

The funeral will take place tomorrow (Saturday) with a service at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth, at 11.30 am.

Family flowers only please, but if desired, donations in lieu for Cancer Research may be sent to John Roberts and Son, Funeral Directors, 51 Bush Street, Pembroke Dock, who are carrying out the arrangements.

COMMANDER

F. A. MASON MBE

PEMBROKE DOCK

As reported last week, the death occurred suddenly, but peacefully, at his home on February 21, of Commander Tony Mason, of Pembroke Dock. Aged 84, he was predeceased by his beloved wife, Jill.

The funeral will take place today (Friday) with a service at St. John’s Church, Pembroke Dock, at 12 noon, followed by a private cremation.

Family flowers only please, but if desired, donations in lieu in memory of Tony for the Pembroke branches of the Sea Cadets, the Royal British Legion and Cancer Research, may be sent to John Roberts and Son, Funeral Directors, 51 Bush Street, Pembroke Dock, who are carrying out the arrangements.

MR. F. E.WARD

(formerly of

Pembroke Dock)

The death occurred peacefully at Woodland Lodge Residential Nursing Home, Gumfreston, Tenby, on February 28, of Mr Frank Edward Ward, formerly of Park Street, Pembroke Dock.

Aged 90, Frank will be sadly missed by his family and friends.

The funeral service will take place on Monday at St. Faith and Tyfei Church, Lamphey, at 11 am, on Monday, followed by interment at St. Michael’s Cemetery.

There will be family flowers only.

The funeral arrangements are being conducted by E. C. Thomas and Son, Funeral Directors, Zoar Chapel Funeral Home, Llanteg, Narberth and also at 31, Stockwell Road, Pembroke Dock.

MR. I. F. BARCLAY

(formerly of Manorbier)

After a sustained battle against cancer, Ian Fergusson Barclay died at his home in South Africa on March 2, aged 88.

Ian was born in Manorbier in 1928 where his parents Major Charles and Nesta Barclay lived before moving to St. Florence where they brought up their young family at Elm Grove. Ian had a sister, Anne Jewson, who died in 2013.

The Barclay family had lived in Pembrokeshire for several generations, both in Tenby and latterly Manorbier, where there are memorials to various family members.

He attended Radley College in Oxfordshire before doing his National Service in the Royal Armoured Corps. He then attended Cirencester Agricultural College where he developed his lifelong skills in farm management.

It was while at Cirencester in the late 1940s that he spotted a 1924 two-seater bull-nosed Morris Oxford in a hay barn which he bought for £10 and lovingly restored.

Then in 1952, aged 23 and accompanied by a friend, he set out on the 11,000 mile journey to Southern Rhodesia in the bull-nose. After many adventures and some colourful publicity in the home press, they arrived safely in Salisbury, where Ian secured employment with Raffingora Estates farming tobacco.

This marked the start of his career as a tobacco farmer and, in 1954, Ian took leave to return to St. Florence to marry Rosemary (Rosie) Dudley D’Arcy Anderson at St. James’ Church, Manorbier, on August 21.

On return to Rhodesia, they set-up D8 farm, hacked out of 1,253 acres of virgin bush and started to grow tobacco, maize and cotton, with a local labour force drawn from across various tribes. Ian built two houses and the tobacco barns himself.

By 1961, he had formed his own company and, as a farming business, D8 was providing on site employment, housing, clothing and food stuffs for over a thousand tribal family members. At its height, the business was highly successful and Ian was regarded as a father figure on his ranch-style farm.

Ian and Rosie had four sons, Charlie, David, Johnny and Robbie. Whilst on Rhodesian National Service in 1977, David was killed in action against government insurgents.

As national security deteriorated in post-independence Zimbabwe, Ian and Rosie decided to move to South Africa in the mid-1980s where they bought another farm ‘Ottos Bluff’ in Natal. Following retirement, they moved to Hilton and then Howick. Rosie died in 2012. Charlie and his son David remain living in South Africa, as does Johnny. Robbie lives and works in Northern Ireland.

Throughout their full life together, Ian and Rosie kept in touch with family and friends in the UK and visited Pembrokeshire when they could. They were a devoted couple who weathered life’s challenges with quiet determination, resilience and characteristic good humour.

Ian’s funeral will be on Saturday, March 11, in South Africa. UK donations may be made payable to St. James’ Church, Manorbier, and sent to: Rev. Alex Grace, St. Mary’s Rectory, Church Park, Tenby, SA70 7EE (all donations will be used towards church fabric and restoration).

MR. D. W. WILLS

PEMBROKE

The death occurred peacefully at Withybush Hospital on February 28 of Mr. Derek W. Wills, of St. Michael’s Road, Pembroke. He was 88.

The funeral will take place on Friday, March 17, with a service at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth, at 1 pm.

Family flowers only please, but if desired, donations in lieu in memory of Derek for Ward 7, Withybush Hospital, may be sent to John Roberts and Son, Funeral Directors, 51 Bush Street, Pembroke Dock, who are carrying out the arrangements.

MRS. M. J. LEWIS

PENTLEPOIR

The death occurred peacefully at home on Sunday of Mrs. Mary Jane Lewis, affectionately known as Molly, of Pentlepoir.

Aged 88, she was a devoted wife of Bert, dearly loved mum to Darryl, a special mum-in-law to Sue, best nanny to Simon and wife Georgina, Clare and husband Gareth, cherished ‘Nanny Molly’ to Nia, Adam, Laila, Chloe and Oliver, much loved sister of Margaret and daughter Kaye and the late Billy, Ronnie and Austin, a cherished aunt to all her nieces and nephews.

The funeral service will take place on Saturday, March 18, at Sardis Congregational Chapel, at 11 am, followed by cremation at Parc Gwyn, Narberth, at 12.15 pm.

There will be family flowers only, with donations, if so desired, for Cancer Research UK and Sardis Congregational Chapel, c/o E. C. Thomas and Son, Funeral Directors, Zoar Chapel Funeral Home, Llanteg, Narberth, who are conducting the funeral arrangements.

MR. K. E. WILLIAMS

TENBY

The death occurred peacefully at his home in Seascape, Tenby on Thursday, March 2, of Mr. Kenneth Edward Williams.

Aged 75, Kenneth will be sadly missed by his wife Anita, sons Mike, Steven, Robert and families.

The funeral service takes place on Thursday, at St. Mary’s Church, Tenby at 2.15 pm, followed by cremation at Parc Gwyn, Narberth, at 3.15 pm.

There will be family flowers only, with donations, if desired, made payable to ‘Paul Sartori Foundation’, c/o the funeral directors, Messrs. W. and M. J. Rossiter and Sons Ltd., The Old Rectory, The Norton, Tenby, or Landsker House, 21 Station Road, Narberth.

MR. R. STACE

TENBY

Robin Stace passed away peacefully at his home on Thursday, February 23, aged 77.

Much loved father to Peter, Joanne and Gareth, son-in-law Kevin, daughters-in-law Sarah and Paula, and his grandchildren Laura, Tom, Morgan, Louis, Daniel and Emily. He also leaves to mourn his brother Neville and sisters Carol, Sue, Deena and Jean.

The funeral service will take place tomorrow (Saturday), at 12 noon, at St. Mary’s Church, Tenby, followed by a reception and a private cremation.

Family flowers only, donations in lieu for Paul Sartori Foundation or Macmillan Nurses Trust, c/o funeral directors, Messrs. W. and M. J. Rossiter and Sons Ltd, The Old Rectory, The Norton, Tenby, or Landsker House, 21 Station Road, Narberth.

MR. D. MORRIS

SAUNDERSFOOT

The death occurred at Withybush Hospital, Haverfordwest, on Sunday, of Mr. David Morris, fondly known as Dave, formerly of Valley Road, Saundersfoot. He was 79.

Dave is survived by his wife Mavis, son and daughter in law Anthony and Cynthia, granddaughters Elyse and Aidyn and sisters Margaret and Phyllis.

The funeral service takes place on Tuesday at St. Mary’s Church, Tenby, at 3 pm, followed by cremation at Parc Gwyn, Narberth, at 4 pm.

There will be family flowers only, but donations, if desired, can be made payable to ‘The British Heart Foundation’, c/o the funeral directors, Messrs. W. and M. J. Rossiter and Sons Ltd., The Old Rectory, The Norton, Tenby, or Landsker House, 21 Station Road, Narberth.

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