JONES Edward John “JACK”

JONES, Edward John “Jack”

From Newcastle, Brisbane, Roma, Tully and late of Parkinson.

Jack passed away on Sunday, 23rd June, 2019 at the age of 92 years.

Jack leaves behind his beloved Gwen, daughter and son- in -law, Barbara and Ian Whitten, son Tony and partner, Mary.

He will be missed by his grandchildren, Michelle Hope, Andrew and Mark Whitten, Amelia and Jeremy Jones, and by his great grandchildren, Corey, Claudia, Brianna, Olivia, Patrick, Rory, Albie, Ashlin and Nathan.

At this time, Jack’s family would like to thank the nurses and support staff of Arcare, Parkinson, for the loving care and attention that they showered on Jack, to make his time there as peaceful and happy as possible.

Jack’s family and friends are warmly invited to attend his celebration of life service at the Chapel of the Hemmant Crematorium, Hemmant and Tingalpa Roads, Hemmant, at 11 Am, Friday 28th June, 2019.

HANSEN Margaret “Peggy”

Margaret (Peggy) Hansen born 22/7/1926 passed away 30/5/2019 at Tricare Jindalee

You were more than just a Mother and a Grandma, you were our best friend.

Our lives have changed for ever but we still loved you till the end.

Peggy will be sadly missed by;

Her son Ronald John and his wife Monica Hansen and Peggy’s  Grand Children; Benjamin Laura and Melissa

Along with her Great Grand Children and Monica’s extended families of Matthew and Andrew Crawley and their Children.

 

Peggy’s family and friends are warmly invited to attend a cerebration of her life

Service that will be held in the Lakeview Chapel of the Albany Creek Memorial Park Crematorium.  400 Albany Creek Road Bridgeman Downs on Thursday 6th June 2019.  Peggy’s service will commence at 3:30 Pm

KELLY Margaret Joyce

 

KELLY Margaret Joyce

In Loving Memory of Margaret Joyce Kelly – originally from Echuca Victoria and most recently of Clayfield, Brisbane – Margaret passed away peacefully at 87 years of age in the Royal Brisbane and Woman’s Hospital, Brisbane, on Sunday 19th May 2019.

Margaret will be sadly missed by her friends and family – especially her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. She has now re-joined her daughter, Pauline, and best friend, Vera.

Margaret’s family and friends are warmly invited to attend her celebration of life service that will be held at St Ann’s Catholic Church 127 Nelson Street, Kalinga on Friday 7th June 2019, commencing at 1:30 p.m. Afterwards: Please join the family for refreshments and reflections in the hall behind the church.

After Margaret’s service, refreshments, and reflections, and in accordance with her wishes, her family only will follow her to the crematorium where she will be privately cremated.

Margaret’s family would prefer no flowers or gifts.  If you’d like to do something, we would ask you to consider making a donation to Caritas – the Catholic agency for international aid and development – the overseas charity mum supported (details below) to help people who have real needs.

Margaret’s family would like to sincerely thank the doctors, nurses and hospital staff for the outstanding care given to Margaret before she passed.

Kindly note: Out of respect for her privacy, the family has requested that NO REFERENCE to Margaret, her passing, well wishes or details be placed on any form of social media, please. Your love and support mean an enormous amount to us. Thank you very much.

CARITAS CHARITY DETAILS: Bank:  Commonwealth BSB:  062 438 Acct:  10072432 Acct Name:  Caritas Australia Ref:  Kelly_C000376986

Alternatively, anyone can telephone Caritas on this toll-free number 1800 024 413 and make a donation using their credit card. All donations over $2 are fully tax deductible.   It is important that any donation includes the reference.

 

 

 

The Memory June Book

IN REMEMBRANCE OF THOSE WHO HAVE PASSED

 

The Management and Staff of Academy Funerals would like to acknowledge those who have passed during the month of June 2001 / 2018.

We also offer our sincere condolences to their families and thank them for the trust that they have shown in allowing Academy Funerals to be of service to them at such a sad time.

Maxwell Ralph Arlott
Faasega Kaino
Elizabeth Risk
Reginald John Holmes
Trent Richard Boyle
Frederick Joseph Gilroy
Robert Keith Patten
Thomas Stanley Heal
Mary Gertrude Johnson
William Henry Gay
James Smith
John Francis Costello
Leonora Maria Helena Arnold
Emma Nellie Owton
Graeme Francis Smart
Albert John Pitman
Scott James Hynds
Ethel Mary Marshall
Donald Stewart Burton
Michael Joel Brown
Robert Anderson Wood
Sydney Robert lord
Anna Hendrika Vink
David John Gridley
Maxine Marjorie Wallace
Shane Michael Law
Harold Fosch Williams
Aurelia Arcas Santiago Cobham
Lawernce Alfred Mead
Stuart Quentin Robertson
William Albert Eardley
Lesley Robert Beaton
Hannah Isabelle dillon
Patrick Day Smith
Mervyn McDowell
Frederick Harris
Leslie Morris
Scott Murray Stewart
Percy Greenberg
Edith Joan  Wallis
Norma Mary Newton
Michael James noonan
Margaret Mary Saunders
Elvire Florence Ayres
Nicholas Michael Treddenti
Desmonde Parry Graham
Helen Gladys Adams
Nathan John Girdler
Cyril Leslie Fuller
Llewellyn Rees Powell
Robert Sharpe
Iris Elvira D’Silva
Rae Bennet Totton
Keith John Jenvey
Ronald Wilfred McKenzie
Ingeburg Rita Janke
Trevor John Muhling
Donald John Porcaccio
Desmond James Webster
Kenneth William Sydney Wright
Erik Nielsen
Cyril Davis
Noel Claude Smith
Robert Harvey Wardropper
Ronald Clive Miller
Moran Lockyear Taylor
Cynthia MARY  Llewellyn
Adrian Albert Whineray
Lorraine Janice Brewer
Patricia Mary Gooch
Akemi Ota
Betty Hadfield
Grace Evelyn Harding
Grace Louise Horder
Agnes Mary Ula Cable
Anne Louise Crowe
Mark Timothy Whale
Richard Patrick Arnold
Peter George Graham
Ernest George Furlong
Michael John Marsh
William Henry Gould
Francis William Salton
Mackenzie Rose Hattenfells
Kathleen Irene Simons
Brian Henry Ozanne
Alma Morley
Gregory George Pearce
Kathleen Patricia Harris
William Michael Conway
Jack Ses Williams  (Torres Strait Islander)
David Howard Grice
James Henry Burrow
Stanley Gibbons
Florence Vera Law
Diane Christine Barendrecht
William Nicholls
Thomas Henry Cleeton
Dorothy Ellen lloyd Welch
Thomas Edward Wood
Kenneth William Costello
Colin George Baker
Lewes Raymond Arthur (RAY)
Jean Veronica Ackley
John Lorrimer Hamilton
Nancy Bradford
Colin Anthony Robinson
Valerie Jean De Candia
Kevin Peter Friedrich Hewlett
Barry Alfred Lindsay
Giovanna Cilia
Ann Ellen Stansfield
Jodie Marie Nowlan
Bernard Arthur White
Linda-Claire Barker
Annie Ethel Wardrop
Laleeta Saras Maharaj
Mary Elizabeth Kirby
Lorraine Merle Blackmur
Trinity Cora-Karen Moody
Monica Christine Kurrle
Lorenzo Eddie Thompson
Baden Edward Lupton
Timothy Charles Mullins
Margaret Alysia Battershell

 

PATTERSON Veronica Marjorie

PATTERSON Veronica Marjorie

Originally from Liverpool England and late of Pimpama.

Veronica passed away peacefully surrounded by the love of her daughter Elizabeth on Monday 13th May 2019.  At the time of her passing Veronica was 87 years old.

Veronica has now re-joined her husband Eric and son Roy who passed before her. She will be deeply missed by her adoring daughter Elizabeth.

Veronica or Nan will also be sadly missed by her doting grandchildren Ben and Beccy and great grandchildren Harley, Tahlia, Cooper and Mackenzie who will forever remember her for the unconditional love that she shared with each of them.

In accordance with Veronica’s wishes she has been privately cremated.

Mothers Day 2019

To all the mothers who have lost children during their lifetime

 

As kindred spirits our thoughts and prayers are with you

 

Words can never replace our children

Ashley and Katrina Bergh

Paige Helen Playford Happy Birthday Angel Baby

Happy Birthday Angel Baby

Paige Helen Playford

Born Friday 12th May 2006
Entered eternal rest Sunday 5th August 2007
Eternal age 15 Months

Forever in the hearts of her parents

Kenneth Evans “Ken”

EVANS Kenneth “Ken”

Originally from The Cefn, a village, in North Wales and late of Bongaree.

Ken was born to Samuel and Ester Evans in 1933 and was the third oldest of 8 children. In the early years, Ken enjoyed growing up in the country and working the dairy farm with his family before joining the RAAF at 17 years of age where he served for 4 years. In 1955 while based in England, Ken met Agnes and they were married shortly after. Together they celebrated the arrival of Tony and Angela and within four years of marriage they decided to leave the United Kingdom for a warmer life down under. They arrived St David’s Day, the 1st of March 1964 in Sydney Australia, where Glyn was born and they spent 38 years. In 2002 they moved to QLD to call Bribie Island home. For the last three and a half years, Ken spent in care at the Embracia Nursing home.

Ken passed away on Monday 22nd April surrounded by the love of his family.  At the time of his passing Ken was 85 years of age.

Ken leaves behind his loving wife and soul mate Agnes and adoring children Tony, Angela, Glyn and their partners Jeff, Sandra and Meredith.

Poppy as he was better known will also be sadly missed by his doting grandchildren Callie, Stuart and Joanne, Jude and Ollie, Laura-Kate and Mathew, Meggan and Ethan, great grandchildren Jessica, Tonna, Maliyah, Jayden, Indi, Usher and Willow. Each of whom will have their own special memory of their poppy because of that special way he had of making each of them feel his unconditional love.

At this time Ken’s family would like to thank the personal carers, support people and management of Embracia Nursing Home Burpengary and Woodford for the care and attention they gave to Ken and his family that made his final days as happy and peaceful as possible.

Ken’s family and friends are warmly invited to attend his celebration of life service that will be held in the Uniting Church 80 Webster Street Bongaree on Friday 26 April 2019, Ken’s service will commence at 2:00 Pm followed by a celebration at the Bribie Island RSL Bistro Terrace.

After the service and in accordance with Ken’s wishes he will be privately cremated.

ANZAC DAY Always Remember

ALWAYS REMEMBER

We Must Never Forget the brave service Men, Women and Animals

Who have and served and are still serving to defended our freedom

Always in our hearts rest in peace dear ones.

Remember it is our brave service Men and Women who have given us

our democracy and free press.  NOT the politicians.

They just argue like children over what they should have done

HARDING Robert Blair

Robert passed away peacefully at his Newmarket home on Wednesday 17th April 2019. At the time of his passing Robert was just 68 years of age.

Robert leaves behind his wife Susan and loving children Andrew, Fiona, Matthew, Jake and their partners

Robert was a fiercely intelligent man, who carried kindness, enthusiasm and optimism, through all his dealings and relationships. His faith in God sustained him in his life’s journey, and gave him the opportunity to reflect in recent years, upon the incredible life he had lead. He fought always for justice and fairness, and was unfailingly generous with his

time, heart and wisdom. The world is a poorer place for his passing, but he would encourage us all to seek the joy in every moment, just as he always did.

Robert’s family and friends are invited to attend his celebration of life service that will be held in the Crematorium Chapel of the Centenary Memorial Gardens 353 Wacol Station Road Sumner of Tuesday 30/04/19 commencing at 11am. At the completion of the service those in attendance are invited to follow the hearse to Robert’s final resting place in the Cemetery of the Centenary Memorial Gardens.