Mrs Pauline Green, of West Street, Barkston, has died at St Andrews Nursing Home, Ewerby, Sleaford. She was 80.
Born at Belton Park, Mrs Green married Philip in 1953 and had two children - Andrew and Angela, grandchildren James, Carolyn, Paula and Sarah and great grandchildren Charlie and Jake.
She worked at Norton and Hamilton Solicitors and then helped her husband run Johnson and Baskers off licence in Westgate and then the Blue Man pub in the same street. The couple then moved to The Stag in Barkston, which they ran until retirement.
A keen follower of motor racing in her younger years, in later life Mrs Green enjoyed walking her dogs, reading and tapestry.
Robert Holland conducted the funeral service at Grantham Crematorium, followed by burial in Belton churchyard.
Family mourners included: Andrew and Sandra Green, Carolyn Green, James Green and Sarah Fowler, Angela and Barry Riddle, Sarah and Martyn Hollingworth, Paula Riddle, Pamela Bond and Billy and Mary Marvin.
Other mourners included: Mr and Mrs Frew, Mr and Mrs White, John and Diane Foley, Mr and Mrs Marvin, Mrs Williams, Neil and Sandra Good, Carl Pashley, Ken Gosling, Doug and Jill Atter, Ron Kettle, Chris Turner (Doric Lodge), Gill Smith, Marina Bland, Eileen Towers, Stuart and Millie Russell, Sue Evans, Linda Gunthorp, Mr and Mrs Barrett, Mrs Philippa Jones, Sarah Metcalfe and Emma Brackenbury.
Funeral arrangements were by Robert Holland, St Catherine’s Road, Grantham. Donations amounting to £131.10 to date were taken for the RSPCA.