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Obituary: Mr Mark Nigel Gill


Mr Mark Nigel Gill, of Chichester Close, Grantham, has died in Glenfield Hospital, Leicester. He was 65.

Born in Sleaford, he lived in Ancaster for some time, until moving to Grantham with his parents Ron and Kathleen.

Mr Gill leaves an older brother Melvin and younger sister Deborah, along with nephews and nieces.

He spent his working life as an electrician on various jobs throughout the county, making many friends along the way.

He liked to keep fit and cycled often. He also enjoyed photography, metal detecting and listening to his favourite music.

For many years he played cricket and he was a well-respected fast bowler for Ancaster Cricket Club.

The Rev June Freshney conducted the funeral service at St Martin’s Church, Ancaster. Burial followed in Ancaster cemetery.

Family mourners included: Don and Deborah McGillivray, Melvin and Lynda Gill, Cameron and Catherine McGillivray, Scott and Michelle Harrington, Yvette Harrington, Kevin and Emma Gill, Hayley Gill, Jayne Gill and Martin Gill.

Other mourners included: Mathew and Rowena Lloyd, Trevor Walton, David Rawding, Nick Bottomley, Mark and Gill Dennis, Ray Toon, Chris Birch, Terry and Freda Baxter, David Williams, Danny Ward, Colin Stafford, Lynda Probert, Ian Bratton, Andrew and Carole Pulford, Val and Russ Perkins, Barbara Wilding, Eve Foister, Tony Foister, Ray and Marion Flavell, Ian Flavell, Denise and Peter Gascoigne, Tommy Devlin, John and Doreen Harrower, Elaine Mitchell, Colin Mitchell, Neil Butters, Myra Butters, John Bratton, Colin Bratton, David Bratton, Michael Butters, Mr and Mrs Baxter, Dorothy Nix, Peter and Liz Bailey, Tony Kirton, Kevin Doughty, Ian Barratt, Peter Harby, Mr and Mrs Renshaw, David Harris, Helen and Steve Choma, Dan Cooling, Lee and Jayne Ballaam, and Christine Collins.

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

Donations were received for Guide Dogs for the Blind.


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