Mrs Iris Jane Chambers

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IRIS Jane Chambers, of Butterwick, has died of an illness in Butterwick.

She was 81.

Born in Boston, she had lived in Butterwick for 16 months.

A widow, she leaves behind daughter Kathleen, brother Jim, grandson James and great-grandson Leon.

Mrs Chambers was a factory worker at Fisher Clarkes and then a housewife in her younger days.

She was interested in wildlife, nature walks and gardening.

Her funeral took place at Boston Crematorium and was followed by cremation. The service was officiated by Father Paul Noble.

Chief family mourners were: Mr and Mrs K. Stones (daughter and son-in-law), James and Ethel Lowth (brother and sister-in-law), Phyllis Huskinson and Madge Tomlin (sisters-in-law) and David Lowth (nephew).

Unable to attend: James Stones and Louise (grandson and partner) and Leon Stones (great-grandson).

Arrangements by F. E. Addlesee and Son.