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Husband Anthony Breen 1939       1964 St Columbus, Bolton 7-Oct-2010       Bolton News
Wife Agnes Doyle 1941 Bolton                  
Child 1 Catherine   1965 Farnworth                  
Child 2 David Anthony   1967 Farnworth                  
Child 3 Judith Anne   1967 Farnworth                  
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Husband's Father Henry Breen                      
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Wife's Father George Doyle         1940            
Wife's Mother Irene M Berry                      
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Bolton News
ANTHONY (TONY) BREEN Peacefully on Thursday 7th October 2010, at Wythenshawe Hospital, after a short illness bravely fought, TONY, aged 71 years. The dearly loved Husband of Agnes, cherished Father of Catherine, David and Judith, much loved Grandad of Beth, loving Brother of Raymond, dearest Brother-in-law of Carolyn, Mary, Winifred and Michael, Father-in-law to Michael, Eric and Colette and Friend to many who will be sadly missed. Requiem Mass will be offered on Friday October 15th 2010 at 9.45am, at the Church of the Holy Infant and St Anthony, Baxendale Street, Bolton, followed by committal at Overdale West Chapel at 11.00am. Family flowers only please, donations if so desired for Cancer Research UK. (cheques only payable to the organisation please) Donations and enquiries Relph's Funeral Service, Arden House, Blackburn Road, Bolton. Tel 523488.
Published in The Bolton News on 12th October 2010
ANTHONY BREEN TONY'S family wish to express their sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbours for the kindness shown to them during this sad time. Our thanks also for the cards, letters of condolence and donations received. Special thanks to Mr Krysiak, Doctor Brear and the staff of the Cardiothoracic Critical Care Unit Wythenshawe Hospital. Many thanks to Father Wright, Father Fasnacht, friends from Holy Infants Church for their prayers and support, Bolton Art Circle and Bolton Burns Club. Finally to Mark and the staff of Relph's Funeral Service for their care and attention.
Published in The Bolton News on 19th October 2010