Mrs Helen Mary Pett

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HELEN Mary Pett of Gipsey Bridge, has died from cancer at St Barnabas Hospice in Lincoln.

She was 48.

Born in Boston, she lived in the area for her entire life.

A married woman, she leaves behind husband Robert, parents Ann and John, son Marcus, sisters Angela and Louise, nieces Rebecca and Emma and nephews Huw and Gavin.

Mrs Pett worked for the D.H.S.S, the family irrigation business and later in the accounts office at J. E. Piccaver.

In her younger days she had been a member of the Young Farmers Club. She was also interested in sewing and enjoyed spending time with family and friends, cooking, gardening and holidays.

Her funeral took place at St Margaret’s Church in Langrick and was followed by interment. The service was officiated by the Rev Jacqui Morton and Dorothy Hood.

Chief family mourners were: Robert Pett (husband), Marcus Pett (son), Ann and John Pearson (mother and father), Angela Yallop and Stephen (sister and partner), Louise and Paul Sharman (sister and brother-in-law), Rebecca and Emma (nieces), Huw and Gavin (nephews), Jane and David Robinson (aunt and uncle), William, Rose, and Kit Boothey (cousins), Pam Pett (mother-in-law), Jenny and Clive Newell (sister-in-law and husband), Richard and Deborah Pett (brother-in-law and wife), Chris Pett (brother-in-law), Oliver, Andrew, Tom and Freddy (nephews), Anny (niece), Chris and Barry Herriott (cousin).

Arrangements by F. E. Addlsee and Son.