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Obituary: Mr Peter Drury


Mr Peter Drury, of Manners Street, Grantham, has died at home. He was 71.

Born in Manners Street, Grantham, he was the third born of four children.

Mr Drury has three children, Natalie, Nicola and Peter, and was step-father to Paula. He has three grandchildren, Kyle, Ruby-Rae and Maisie.

He had worked for various companies doing outside building and construction work and had also worked at Fenland Foods.

He enjoyed watching football, keeping dogs and birds, betting on horses and greyhounds and walking his dog Lucy.

The funeral service was held at Grantham Crematorium Chapel, conducted by Christine Malcolm.

Family mourners included: Peter Drury, Paula Brown, Lesley Drury, Nicola Drury, Margaret Drury, Graham Drury, Phil Drury, Steve Madsen, and Sam Brown.

Other mourners included: John Smith, Mick Tempest, George Crane, Mark Silvester, Gordon Bruce, Vic Davenport, Gina Wainwright, Jay Madsen, Tony Taylor, Sharon Wintin, Keith Sawyer, Debbie Walsh, Sarah Silvester, Sammy Silvester, Linda Drury, Jimmy Taylor, Martin Silvester, Michelle Silvester, John-Martin Silvester, Frank Porter, Margaret Swann, Paul Drury, Sylvia Drury, Leanne Croft, Lauren McGuffie, Mr D. L. Allison, James McGuffie, Julie Sylvester, Elaine McGuffie, Colin Gunter, George Askew, John Smith, Jo Drury, Tina Drury, Mark Drury, Paul Drury, Jim McGurk, Trevor Fox, Marlene Jackson, Maureen Pattison, Mary Down, Sue Reynolds, Joyce and Malcom Saundby, Heather and Tony Winfield, Andrew Drury, Phil Clarke, Brian Rawlinson, Tommy Williamson, Mr and Mrs R. Dickinson, Joyce Orrey, and Tony Bateman.

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

Donations were received for Cancer Research UK.


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