KATHLEEN Irene Bagley (Kath), of Red Lion Street, Boston, has died in Pilgrim Hospital following a short illness.
She was 91.
Born in Boston, she lived here all her life apart from during her service in the war.
The widow of the late Frank Bagley, she is survived by many nieces and nephews.
A former pupil of Park Board School, she later worked for Beaulah’s Canning Factory before her war service from 1942-46.
She served in the Royal Army Service Corps and one of her duties was delivering mail to Buckingham Palace on a daily basis.
Following this, until her retirement, she was a cashier at the Geoff Moulder Swimming Pool.
In her early life, she enjoyed ballroom dancing.
In later years, along with her husband, she played indoor bowls with success locally and nationally.
She was a winning member of Boston’s Ladies National Team on more than one occasion.
Her funeral took place at Boston Crematorium and was followed by cremation. The service was officiated by Canon Robin Whitehead.
Chief family mourners were: Hilda Penfield (sister-in-law), Keith and Judith Stevens, Michael and Marion Stevens, Paul and Eleni Brammer and Kevin and Maureen Crozier (nephews and wives), Margaret and Fred Clarke, Gail and Ian Clayton (niece and husband), Joanne and Brian Butler (great-niece and husband), Matthew Butler and Costas Brammer (great-great-nephews).
Unable to attend: Shirley Jackson (sister-in-law).
Arrangements by Carr Funeral Service,