Obituary: Sheila Dolan

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Sheila Dolan

SHEILA Dolan, of New Road, Easton-on-the-Hill, died at her home, aged 84.

She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Cox and was educated at Easton Garford Charity School.

She was a shop assistant before serving with the WRAF for seven years and then she worked at Newage Engineers until her retirement.

She enjoyed gardening and playing darts and bowls.

Canon Michael Wilson officiated at the funeral service at All Saints’ Church, Easton-on-the-Hill.

Family mourners included: Mr D Dolan (widower), Mrs N Troughton, Bridget and Anna, Mr and Mrs J Cox, Mr D Cox, Mr T Cox and Irene, Mr and Mrs K Cox, Mrs T Healey (representing Garry, Mr and Mrs P Osborne and Jarrod), Mr N Cox, Alice and Helen, Mr and Mrs R Gray, Mr D Cox (Jenny, Corey, Chloe), Mr and Mrs G Cox, Mr and Mrs D Troughton, Mr and Mrs R Wiggington.

Sympathisers included: A Chiverton and G Chiverton (Roy and Vera Baker, Drum and Monkey), Alan and Veronica Rouse, Alison Pool (Dr Richard Pool), Anne McCulloch (Harry McCulloch, Ro Fraser, Anna Hull, Anne Mason, Carol Cunnington, CIPS), Babs Sharpe (Tom and Jean Woolley), Barry and Pauline Cunnington, Belinda King (Zoe Green, Bluebell Belmesthorpe ladies darts team), Carlene, Shaun, William and Ella Rayner (Mark, Andy, Alison Rayner, Blanche and Robin Long), Carol Mytton (Blackstones ladies darts team), Carole and Robert Gardiner (families), Carole Walker (Nicole and Lauren), Chris Smith (CIPS), Cinzia Mellina and Carl Petchey (Blue Bell and friends), Colin, Janet, Darren and Suzanne (Gordon and Martin Central Cleaning Company), Danny Ellis, David Groves (Heather Groves), David Weeks (family), Debbie and Graham Phillips, Derek and Eve Smith (family), Dorothy and Peter Dolby, Dot Salorg, E Lenton, Eileen and Alan Dolby (Pauline Ladds), Emma Gower and Craig Tilley, Esta Newcomb (Brian Newcomb), Geoffrey Calder, Gerald Smith (Angie Smith), Gill Jackson (Mark, Neil, Tim Jackson and families), Harold Gregory (Joyce Gregory), Hazel Plowman, Sandra Hughes (Val Crane, Sharon Mapletoft), Ian Groundwater, Iona Mullard, Toni Davis, Ivy Dolby, J Stanton, Jack and Heather Littler (family), Jackie Tilley (John, Sammy and Mark).

Jean Adams (Ken Adams, New Zealand), Jessie and George Brace, John and Daphne Hawkins (Stuart, Shirley and Graham Bailey), John and Susie Malcolm (Barclay), John Davidson (Ebony, Scott and Oak Inn), John Hercock (Derek and Dot Rayner), John Lenton, Josie and Alex Nallor (Scott and Lorna Clinton), Joyce Courtney, Joyce Racher, Julie Chance (Hurdler ladies darts team, Kathy and John Harrison), Julie Dix (CIPS), Karen McAllister, Keith White, Kelly Jarman (Mark, Jarman and children), Kevin Joyce (Margaret and Dennis Joyce), Linda Bradberry (Russ Bradberry and family), Lyndsey Bain, Maz Roberts, Margaret and Jim Leighton, Mark Woodruff (Keith Crane, Denis Ancliffe, Bob Lee, Melbourn darts leagues), Martin and Marion Southwell, Martyn Bates (Patsy), Mary Hodgett, Tony Windsor, Mary Lambert, Mary Theodore (Drum and Monkey darts team), May Clinton and family, Mick Harrison and Issy Hallam (Kath Barker, Lucy and Joshua Hallam), Moira Dalby, Alan Wyman, Mr and Mrs C Bates (Mrs G Pinder), Mr and Mrs Charlie Brewin, Mr and Mrs D Pollard, Linsey Pollard (Sarah Pollard, Mrs Regan), Mr and Mrs Ives (Stephen and Andrew), Pat Burnley (Keith Burnley).

Paul Bain, Paula Gittings, Perry and Debra Johnson, Peter and Diane McRoyall (Newage darts team), Peter Reed (Karen Newbold), Peter Ward, Phil Baker (Pam Baker), Remelias and Linda Ford (Dennis and family), Rita Rickett, Robert Leighton (Mrs Amy Leighton), Romayne Burton (Dave Burton, Chambers family), Sally Rouse (Adam Rouse), Sharon Long (Hannah Long), Sylvia Lewis (John Lewis), Sue and John Dunkley, Sue and Peter Musgrave, Sue Chappell (Chappell and Bradberry families, Kathy Greenwell), Susan and Steve Dunkley, Ted Ford and Glenis Woodman (Mr and Mrs R Ford), Terry Comlins, Tina Kirby, Tony Dunkley (Paula Dunkley), Tony Howard, Tony McAllister (Andy McAllister), Trevor Woods and Carol Gower (Anna, Bryan, Lola and Vinnie), Vic Woodward.