Gillian Jean Smith

15.05.1945 - 09.02.2024

Funeral Service Information

Funeral Service at St Mary’s Church, South Wootton on Tuesday, 5 March, 2024 at 2:45 pm followed by private cremation at Mintlyn Crematorium.

Funeral Home: TFS - Kings Lynn


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In loving memory

Betty-ann Haffner

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We have shared some happy times together, we will miss you.

Christine & Henry Souttar

Laughter and memories of consequences and the dressing up game at Christmas, endless summers on the beach at Hunstanton and birthday cards that always made us smile. We will miss you Aunty Gillian xxx

Annjanette, Andy & Alex

So many wonderful memories. From stories of Mum and Aunty Gillian as small children (quite naughty!) to summers in Hunstanton with never ending sunshine, to everyone heading to Aunty Jean and Uncle Peter's and then Aunty Gillian's house for Christmas. Consequences remains a strong family favourite (but who was PJ Proby?). We will miss Aunty Gillian's laughter and dry humour, her love for her family, her love for all animals and her colourful sense of fashion and fun.

Lizzy, James, Charlotte and Bea

Gillian you will be sadly missed but we can reflect on the happy times we have had down at Hunstanton when the children were all together and the Christmas parties at Tilney, your infectious laughter and the infamous dressing up and consequences games that took place which everyone was involved in. You were a great friend to Susan and perhaps you are together now looking after each other again.

Tony Sapey


At a traumatic time in our lives, Thornalley were a shining light of professionalism, kindness and understanding. It was the greatest comfort to feel confidence in their handling of the funeral. They excelled themselves in every stage of the process and we could not recommend Thornalley highly enough. Thank you for looking after our loved one with grace and understanding.

Gail Holmes