Lynette Richmond (27 Aug 1945 - 9 May 2020)

Funeral Service

Location
Private Venue Web Streaming available at commencement of service East Geelong 3219
Date
18th Jun 2020
Time
2pm
Funeral Director
Jonathan Hepner Funerals

RICHMOND Lynette (nee Stewart)
Passed away unexpectedly on 9 May 2020. Loved wife of Fred. Loved mother and mother-in-law of Wayne and Sharon, Vicki, Craig and Annalise, Steve and Narelle. Devoted Nanna to Claire, Morgan, Michael, Liam, Emma, Laura, Sara, Samantha, Steven and Heath. Great-Nanna to Decklan, Joel, Yolande, Arlen and Oliver. Nanna Lyn to Sam, Eliza, Lottie and Rosie.

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Elsie & Peter McCann wrote

Dear Fred & Families -
Our sincere condolences for the passing of Lyn.
A very vibrant & caring personality who gave of her own time to help & assist others.
Her expertise to listen to people in a time in their life of complete dismay & lack of understanding of their illness was very Special.
An amazing strengh to perservere & move forward in life to provide a life of happiness for others & herself.
May her Spirit linger in the hearts of those who loved her
A True friend who's memories will be cherished forever.
Elsie & Peter McCann.

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Lisa Hotchin wrote

Condolences to Vicky Wayne Craig and families on the passing of your beautiful mum xx

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Susan Simons wrote

A beautiful memorial loved by many always a very treasured Aunty. for me. A generous and loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother.

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Taken at Beaudesert Qld. August 2019

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Janice Stewart-Brown wrote

Aunty Lyn,
The world has lost a beautiful person who lit up the room when she walked in.
I will miss our chats and catchups and I will always remember your wonderful infectious laugh.
Love and hugs to all the family.
Janice x

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MARGARET & JOHN DIPROSE wrote

Lyn
Memories grow more precious still when loved ones have to part and remain forever blooming
In the gardens of the heart. Thankyou for the happy times we had together. John & Margaret

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Steve Richmond wrote

Dearest Lyn, we are deeply saddened by your passing and know that you will be incredibly missed. The world has lost a beautiful soul - a wonderful wife, mother and Nanna. So quickly you were taken from us that we have not yet come to terms with the loss. Your life's joy was your family and we hope that we can live up to your standards as we raise our families without your guidance and love. Know that you will be remembered fondly, by your loving and caring nature, lush green gardening skills, fabulous morning tea snacks and beautiful infectious laugh.
“Like a bird singing in the rain, let grateful memories survive in time of sorrow.”
Steve, Narelle, Sam, Eliza, Lottie and Rosie

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Rosie, Eliza, Sam and Lottie, enjoying Christmas with Nanna Lyn and Pa

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Vickie Gibbons wrote

Mum you paved the way, set the standard, touched all you met on the way. Many of our friends and extended families share very fond memories of times with you. You will be missed. Mother you were'Nanna' to your Grandchildren and Greatgrandchildren and everyone else's children too. Hoping you are now resting in your very own beautiful Fairy Garden. Love Vickie and all my Mob and extended mob.

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Craig Gibbons wrote

Gone but not forgotten. My Mum, my sons Nanna you will be missed by all, hope you are in a beautiful place looking over us. Love Craig, Annalise, Steven, Heath

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Wayne Gibbons wrote

A much Loved Mum, Grandmother & Great Grandmother who will sadly be missed by all families & friends. She was known as Mum & Nan to every one, not just family.
Love you Mum
Wayne, Sharon, Emma & Oliver, Laura, Sara & Samantha.

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