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ROBERT LODGE, Chairman

Dear Mr Jackson
You are wonderful! You really are. Your coffee morning at E.A.Langley Funeral Directors raised £154.60 on the day.
Thats a fantastic amount of Macmillan time, to give people affected by cancer – and their families – some really good people in their corner. A nurse to support them through treatment. An expert on the end of the phone. A volunteer to help with evryday things.
Because you made time for what really matters with the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, others won’t be going through cancer alone.
With my thanks and warmest wishes to you and everyone who helped to make E.A.Langley Funeral Director’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning such a success. By making time to get together, you’ve helped sustain others too. I hope you really enjoyed it.

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*****’s Funeral was wonderful. I needed to write to say job well done. It was one of the most difficult days of my life. Your team were amazing , down to earth and they felt like relatives. Will you thank your team for me from both ****** and myself. You made a very very difficult day go with ease and comfort. Quite simply, thank you

Mr B - Paddington | 09.08.2012

Jason, our family would like to express our heartfelt thanks for helping us through a very difficult and stressful time after the loss of our mum

Mrs W - Paddington | 07.08.2012

Thank you so much for the kindness you showed, I will never forget it. I could not have met a nicer person.

Mrs D. Chaplin, London |

I wanted to express our sincere thanks to you for all your help and support with arranging my grandmother’s funeral. Your professionalism and advise was much appreciated by us all. You also tried to help me with things I was finding difficult – thank you. The ceremony was as we had hoped and we have a lovely memory of saying goodbye to granny

Mrs L. Graham, Ashford |