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2010 From Gazette Series Family left to mourn and principal mourners are: Joyce Nicholas (sister); Alan Stockdale (son); Ellen Algieri and Joan Arnold (daughters); Maureen Stockdale (daughter in law); Albino jimmy choo sandals silver Algieri and David Arnold (sons in law); David, Nicola, Tony, Wayne, Gareth and Marie (grandchildren); Sheena, James, Martino, Jacob, Emily, Brittany, Rosaria, Eleanor, Ruby and Isaac (great grandchildren); Janet Goffin, Ann Evans, Kathleen, Alexius, Linda Roberts, Glenys White, Terri Stockdale, red heels jimmy choo Kathleen Stockdale (nieces); Cathal jimmy choo platform sandals Stockdale, Brendan Stockdale, Martin Stockdale and Tomas Stockdale (nephews); Alan Roberts, Bert Alexius, Dario and Janet Algieri, Renzo and Julie Algieri, Richard and Orfelia Owen, Gerald and Teresa O'Connor, Tony and Gail Arnold, Billy and Andrea Arnold, Pat Cole, Susan Council, Anne and Bill Hopkins (friends and neighbours from Marychurch Court). A service was held at St Patrick's Catholic Church, followed by interment at City Road Cemetery and was officiated by Father Jaime Bautista of Milford Haven. The bearers were Tony Algieri, Gareth Stockdale, James Evans and Martino Algieri. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Roy Folland and Son, Haverfordwest. Originally from Dorset, she was a naval wife, and had several jobs including shop and factory work. Her interests included darts, socialising and knitting and being a member of the Haven Evangelical Church, Pembroke and Grace Church in Narberth. Val fostered for many years after moving to Pembroke Dock in 1963. After divorcing in 1976, she moved back to Dorset and then after re marrying Philip she moved to London, where she lived for ten years, returning to Pembroke in 1986, where she had lived ever since. The family left to mourn and principal mourners are: Philip St Pierre (husband); Steven and Henrietta Penn (son and daughter in law); Sharron and Andrew Smart (daughter and son in law); Toni Kahl (daughter); Simon, Michelle and Declyn, Michael, Miranda, Blake and Theo, Paul, Louise, Reece and Seph (grandsons, partners and great grandsons); Karla (close family friend); Janet Prosser (closeThe service was held at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, and was officiated by Philip Prosser. There were family flowers only, with donations for ward seven, Withybush Hospital, to E. C. Thomas and Son, 51 Stockwell Road, Pembroke Dock, who also carried out the funeral arrangements. Following the death of their son Trevor in 1967, Clifford and Jessie moved to Woodlands Guest House in Saundersfoot, from there to Glyn Mar in Sandy Hill Road, and eventually retired to Pentlepoir. He enjoyed meeting friends (fondly known as Pentlepoir's version of The Last of the Summer Wine), at the post office each morning, to share jimmy choo leopard shoes news and generally put the world to rights. Clifford devoted the last few years of his life to caring for Jessie. He had been a member of Saundersfoot bowling club and enjoyed driving and DIY and attended Bethel Baptist Chapel, Loveston, where he was a deacon. Family left to mourn and principal mourners are: Jessie Thomas (wife); Anne John (daughter); Rhys John (grandson); Becky John (granddaughter); Edna Scourfield (sister); Carol Tromans, Jean and Norman Gordin, Gwyneth and David Herbert, Thelma Tribe, Roy and Margaret Tribe, Hugh and Norma Tribe, Keith and Pauline Williams (nieces and nephews). The funeral was held at Bethel Baptist Chapel, Loveston and was officiated by Rev Hywel Brown. The bearers were Willie Allen, Derek Rowan, Patrick Wadia and Robert Mears. There were family flowers only with donations in lieu for Bethel Baptist Chapel, Loveston, to be sent to E. C. Thomas and Son, Archways, Green Plains, Stepaside, Narberth SA67 8LT, who also carried out the funeral arrangements. The death occurred on March 17th of Margaret Clara Waite, of Steynton Road, Milford Haven. She was a resident of Fairfield Care Home, Johnston, and was 89.

Originally from Milford Haven, she was sent to London during the war, where she met her husband. She then worked in a factory making record and music players in Marking, Essex. When she retired, she was a clerical assistant for the Law Society in London.

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