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Gary Lund
Thursday, March 18, 2010 06:11
Donald Palfreman
Just heard the sad news about the death Donald Palfreman, a true gentleman, caring and kind, he will be sorely missed by the small community in Sutton and his fellow bowlers

RIP old lad

Lund Family
Alan Pickles
Saturday, March 20, 2010 14:02
Thanks for making comment re Donald's passing. I, like many ex Suttoners, check the columns of the Keighley news each week. Unfortunately they are often too late to react to. This entry at least came in good time to allow for some reaction.
Rachel Palfreman
Cross Hills
Saturday, March 20, 2010 18:00
Hello Gary

Thank you for the simple yet moving tribute to my "Uncle Duck", as you say he was a gentle man thank you. All the family were so touched
Neil Palfreman
Sutton in Craven
Sunday, March 21, 2010 08:56

I would just like to endorse what Rachel has written.
As we have been asked for details of the Funeral. The service will take place
at St Thomas Church Sutton at 12noon on Thursday 25th March followed
by cremation at Waltonwrays . Thanks to everbody for their kind comments
and expressions of sympathy, he would be so embarassed if he knew how
well-thought of he was.
Ian Park
Sunday, March 21, 2010 09:33
I would like to pass my sympathy on to rachel and all the family on the passing of donald.
He would pass me most day's giong up to crosshills, he would be going to the club,and he would take time out to talk to me.he was a true gentleman and all myfamily knew him.
All my my thoughts are with the family on their sad loss.
Ian Park
Sheila Magee
Isle of Man
Monday, March 22, 2010 16:02
I too would like to pass on my sympathy to the family of Donald. I was brought up in Eastfield Place and remember Donald very well. As a child i often used to visit the house and have fond memories of his mother working from home doing piece work i never knew what she was looking for in the material but i found it fasciniting, especially when i got juice and a biscuit. Even after leaving the village in 1982 to move to the Isle of Man Donald always made time to speak to me when i was visiting my mother who still lives in Eastfield Place. R.I.P Donald xx
helen cawthorne nee palfreman
Sutton in Craven
Monday, March 22, 2010 16:23
once again it is so lovely to hear how well thought of our uncle duck was,i know we will all really miss him alot.Its so nice to hear people in the village saying such lovely things about him its very much appreciated and a great comfort to all of us, so thank you all very much X
Sue Morgan
Kings Arms
Wednesday, March 24, 2010 14:28
I too pass on my condolences. Sally and my Mom were good friends so i spent a lot of time with the family in Eastfield Place when i was young.. All the family always made me feel just so part of them.....RIP Donald xxx
kevin mcvay
Thursday, April 15, 2010 11:36
on behalf of Joan & the late Barry McVay we offer our condolences to the Palfreyman family. Donald & my father Barry were very good mates and members of the Crosshills Con Club in the 60's before we emmigrated to Oz and we lived 2 doors down in Eastfield Place from the family. RIP Donald.

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