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Jean Mary Ducker

DUCKER On June 19, 2018, Jean Mary, passed away suddenly but peacefully in Queen's Medical Centre, aged 86. Dearly loved wife of Ralph and mother of Carolyn and Graham and mother-in-law to George and Glenys, loving Grandma to Richard and Helen. Will be sadly missed. Funeral service to be held at Sherwood Forest Crematorium, Ollerton, NG22 0DY, on Tuesday, July 10, at 11.30am. Family flowers only, donations if desired to the Alzheimer's Society, c/o D. J. Hall Funeral Directors, Verne House, King Street, Southwell, NG25 0EN.
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