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Monday, 26 November 2018
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13:00 Category: External event featuring LSS member(s)[13:00] Funeral of LSS member Frank Dewhurst
It is with great sadness that Stephen, Andrew & Vanessa have written to let us know that their father, our member Francis (Frank) Dewhurst, has died. His family will be holding a funeral and celebrating his life on Monday 26th November 2018 at Gilroes Chapel, Groby Road, Leicester LE3 9QG. The funeral will commence at 1pm and his burial will take place, in the cemetery, at 2pm. Additionally, The family invite you to join them for light refreshments after the service, a short drive away. In order for to cater for all, we would be grateful if you could let Vanessa know at vdewhurst99@gmail.com by return if you are planning to attend. We kindly request family flowers only, but if you wish to make a donation in Frank’s memory, our chosen charity is The Alzheimer’s Society - https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/. -- In 2010, Frank Dewhurst gave a lecture in Secular Hall. His subject was "John Mercer, Father of Textile Chemistry".


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