Mr Bernard Henry Dolby, of Belvoir Nursing Home, Albion Place, Grantham, has died in St Barnabas Hospice. He was 80.
Mr Dolby was born in Inner Street, Grantham.
He had worked with his father as a bricklayer and later at Padley’s hatchery.
His interests included crib, and dominoes.
He was a member of Notts County Cricket Club.
Mr Dolby won a trophy in the News of the World pub quiz, having got to the final.
The funeral service was held at Grantham Crematorium Chapel, conducted by David Cowley.
Family mourners included: Betty and Geoff Ellis, Stephany and Daniel Lee, Gary and Julie Ellis, Michelle and Ian Coaten, Chris and Caroline Lee, Adam and Molly Ellis, Kayleigh Coaten, Maureen Hudson, Alan and Michael Brennan, Audrey Leeson and Steve Dolby.
Other mourners included: Mr T. Wesselby, Mr E. Chivers, Mr N. Taylor, Mr M. King, Mr C. Bland, Mr R. Willcock, Mr B. Towsey, Mr M. Chevalier, Mr and Mrs J. Little, Mr T. Winfield, Mr J. Tear, Mrs M. Bolshaw, Miss L. Bolshaw, Mr S. Bolshaw, Mrs J. Tabiner, Mr C. Green, Mr D. Graham, Mr A. Brennan, Mr M. Brennan, Mr T. Daniels, Mr R. Lewis, Mr and Mrs R. J. Fullick, and Mr J. Lewis.
Funeral arrangements were by Co-operative Funeralcare, Bridge End Road, Grantham.
Doantions for St Barnabas Hospice amount to £150 to date.