Obituary: Mary Atter

Mary Elizabeth Atter.
Mary Elizabeth Atter.
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Mrs Mary Elizabeth Atter, of Carlisle Close, Grantham, has died in Grantham Hospital. She was 70.

Mrs Atter was born at 47 Albert Street, Grantham.

She was the wife of Raymond, mother to Cheryl, Lynne and Neil, grandmother to Charntal, Jody, Jay, Robert, Christopher and Matthew and great-grandmother to Tia, Archie, Summer and Mason.

Mrs Atter had worked for Fosters in the shops, and she had also worked for Thorn Homeserve for 12 years until she retired.

She enjoyed holidays in Scotland, Devon, Cornwall, Wales and abroad. She also like reading magazines.

Robert Holland conducted the funeral service at Grantham Crematorium Chapel.

Family mourners included: Raymond Atter, Lynne Clarkson and family, Neil Atter and family, Cheryl Storey and family.

Other mourners included: Winston and Lynda Tasker, Sylvia and John Hazelwood, Barbara and Geoff Green, Stella and Fred Atter, Yvonne Hubbard, Alan and Beryl Atter, Sharon Newton, Tracey Atter, Neil Dowsett, Chris Daly, Brian and Elaine Sculthorpe, June and Paddy Rigby, Philip Greenberry, Carol and Colin Wood, Richard Wood, David and Julie Dunne, Nancy Hempsall, Mr and Mrs P. Shelton, Pip and Sally Watkin, Christopher and Joanne Watkin, Bob and Theresa Roberts, Hugh McGhee, Don and Linda Charlton, Tina Sowerby, Lucy and Katy Atter, Margery Hossack, Mandy Hossack, Melvyn Pickworth, Wendy Ryder, Marcelle Bellamy, Maureen Robinson, Ivor and Josie Biffen, Mr and Mrs Hallam, Simon Hallam, Lee Hallam, Godfrey and Margaret Mackinder, Mr and Mrs K. Howes.

Ray and Heather Fern, Richard Fern, Graham and Brenda Davies, Barbara and Barry Ashwin, Mrs Burkinshaw, Ms K. Poulter, Mrs Lambley, Mr and Mrs Rimmington, Jeff Hempsall, Karen Cook, J. Storey, Kate Calcraft, George and Dawn Crane, Brian and Sandra Johnson, David Palin, Margaret Prenderville, Michael and Chantal Askew, Ruth Packham, Elizabeth Parkinson, and Donna and Trevor Dalby.

Funeral arrangements were by Robert Holland, St Catherine’s Road, Grantham.

Donations were received for the British Heart Foundation.