GILLIAN Golding (Jilly), of Windsor Crescent, Boston, has died following a sudden heart attack.
She was 68.
After spending her formative years in Sibsey and Benington, she moved to Boston, and lived in the town for 50 years.
A married woman, she leaves behind husband Mike, daughters Claire and Hannah, sisters Jean and Margie and grandchildren Gemma, Oliver and Matthew.
During her working life she was a shop assistant, staying with Masons/Clarks for her entire career. She worked for the company from 1958 until 2011, eventually becoming known as the ‘Clarks lady’.
Away from work she enjoyed family life and spending time with her grandchildren. Her other interests included bingo, gardening and taking foreign holidays.
Mrs Golding’s funeral took place at Boston Crematorium and was followed by cremation. The service was officiated by Father Paul Noble.
Chief family mourners were: Mike Golding (husband), Claire Golding and Hannah Whiley (daughters), Shane Whiley (son-in-law), Jean and Dereck Bell (sister and brother-in-law), Margie Dawson (sister), Gemma, Oliver and Matthew (grandchildren), Gen and Gordon Day, Joanne and John Skinner and Elaine and Mimmo Izzo (nieces and husbands), Aggie Clark (aunt), Malcom and Glynis Brown (cousin and wife), Betty and David Line (cousin and husband), Anita and Geoff Parslow, Joise and Charles Coober and Daphne and Maurice Cansdale (sisters and brothers-in-law), Norman Golding and Sandra (brother-in-law and sister-in-law), Mark Parslow (nephew), Simon and Jo Parslow (nephew and wife) and all other family members.
Arrangements by F. E. Addlesee and Son.