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SUMMERSBY, Linda Joyce (nee Morley)

Friday, 30 December 2022

Resident of Beauaraba Living, Pittsworth, formerly of Oakey, Goondiwindi, and Colwyn Bay, Wales, UK, passed away peacefully on 28 December 2022, aged 79 years. Dearly loved wife of John (dec’d). Dearly loved Mother and Mother-in-law of June & Brian; Jenny; Peter & Nicole; and Susan. Much loved Nanny of nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Family... Read more

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HINDMARSH, Daphne (nee Brazier)

Friday, 9 September 2022

Of Toowoomba, returned to sender on 1 September 2022, aged 92 years. Much loved Wife of John “Headley.” Much loved Mother and Mother-in-law or Eric & Norrelle; Heather; and Bruce & Therese. Loving Grandma of Rebecca, Megan, Toni, Mondy, Sophie, and Alex, and loved Grandma to their families. Daphne was privately cremated on Wednesday 7... Read more

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Should My Child Attend the Funeral?

The death of a loved one is a painful, and often overwhelming, experience at any age. Amidst coping with your own grief, you may be faced with talking to your child about death and dying and might find that you struggle with the question. As a parent or caregiver, you may worry that your child... Read more

8 Ideas for Memorializing Loved Ones

It’s completely normal to be sad when you lose someone that you love. And it’s important to give yourself the time and ways that allow you to grieve. But think back to the time you spent with your loved ones over the years. Often, your memories involve laughter, fun, and kindness – all are things... Read more

5 beautiful and unique options for your loved one’s ashes after cremation

When it comes to choosing what to do with your loved one’s ashes, you may decide to go down the more traditional path of having them placed in a wall niche or garden area at one of our beautiful cemeteries or an urn for your keeping. While this is a beautiful option for many, others... Read more