Clarice Jean (JEAN) Hardy (2 Dec 1926 - 12 May 2020)

Funeral Service

Location
Live Web Streaming available at commencement of service Geelong 3220
Date
19th May 2020
Time
11am
Funeral Director
Jonathan Hepner Funerals

In loving memory of Clarice Jean (JEAN) Hardy who sadly passed away on 12th May 2020
Dearly Loved wife of Jim (dec)
Cherished mother of Helen (dec)
Adored Grandmother to Jack

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Jenniy Gregory wrote

Dear Helen and Jack

My condolences on your sweet Mum's passing. I was talking with her not that long ago when visiting my Mum. Whilst she obviously wasn't well, she was very cheery and alert. We had a good chat and that is a really nice memory for me, alongside the early birthday parties and going to the shop with my Grandmother. I am sure that you will have many cherished memories. My thoughts are with you both.

Kind regards
Jenniy
PS I am sure that my Mum Marjorie would want me to pass on her condolences to you as well.

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Glenda Raimondo wrote

Dear Helen and Jack,
Saddened to hear of your mother’s passing, our condolences to you. You and your parents have been part of our lives it seems for Ever. My first job was in what I still call Hardies Milk bar. There I watched you grow up. And you still remain in our lives as close friend to my sister Maree and you are often at our family gatherings. Your Mum I know will be saddly missed by all who’s lives she has touched. 💚

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colin marsden wrote

Jean was lovely lady who had time for everyone and a big smile that would light up the room but that light has been taken back to be with her Beloved Jim reunited again how happy she will be now.See you soon Jean enjoy all the endless lollies and chocolates.Sympathy to Helen and Jack.

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Helen Mayne (Collins) wrote

Dear Helen and Jack, I have a lifetime of beautiful childhood memories shared with you and your wonderful hard working Mum.
Hardy"s Milk Bar was our local Milk Bar, where we ordered our school lunches, looked in the freezer for the free sunny boy's and
stood and purchased our mixed lollies, the days when you got 4 lollies for 1 cent.
Helen, treasure all the wonderful memories you hold deep within your heart of a truly wonderful devoted Mum not only to you but to
others. A friend in Need, is a friend indeed!
Helen & Jack your dear Mum is now reunited with your wonderful Dad.

Sending loads of love to you
Love Helen xxx

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Jim Eccles wrote

Jean brought a spark to the days of everyone in Winch at some time or another . I feel very glad to have shared the chats we had . Always happy , it was a pleasure to have known her

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Kevin & Bev Mcdonald wrote

Deepest sympathy to Helen and Jack, on the passing of dear Jean..a passionate supporter of W F C & Ladies Committee.and a very popular Winchelsea milk bar owner.Lots of memories.
Bev Kevin and family

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Carleen Davis wrote

Condolences to Helen and Jack
Fond Memories of Jean RIP

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Leila Forster wrote

Condolences to Helen and family, so so many wonderful memories with such a lovely and caring friend

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Robert Cameron wrote

A truly wonderful lady who was the heart and soul of WFC when I arrived in 1975, a tradition that Libby Leak and her helpers carry on today. Sadly missed 😢

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Kaye Veltman wrote

The kitchen always smelt so yummy off the cakes you baked, Christmas with you was the best, sleep peaceful now at rest with all our loved ones goodbye Aunty Jean, love kaye xxx

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Marie Drayton wrote

You were always there to care and share, will miss you so much, loved sister to Clarence (Dec) and sister in law to Marie

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Norman Boddington wrote

We, had a wonderful aunt,one ,who never really grew old .Her smile was made of sunshine, And her heart was solid gold

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Gordon , Joanne Warner wrote

Dear beautiful lady Jean, may you rest in peace and thank you for the fond memories.

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Karen CORNISH (Ford) wrote

Helen sorry to hear of the passing of your wonderful mum. Jean was a loving and caring lady who will always remain a cherished part of my Winch childhood. ‘Hardy’s is forever Hardy’s to me. Take care Helen and praying for peace🙏🏻

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Amanda Thompson wrote

My deepest sympathy to Helen and Jack she was an amazing woman caring giving and delightfully humorous

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Toni Lupton (Ford) wrote

Helen sad to hear the passing off Jean.What can one say a true lady in all she has done for Winchelsea.The Milk Bar in the early days to her beautiful baking got many tips from her to help me in my baking.Reunited with Jim 🙏🏼

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Sonja Henderson wrote

Thinking of you Helen.. I sat and had such a beautiful chat with your Mum just weeks ago.. reminiscing....Your Mum was always such a beautiful lady and well respected in the community.. so many childhood memories of the milk bar.. those lolly jars and Jim delivering lunch orders and trying to find all the kids....you will be very much missed Mrs Hardy but always remembered with great fondness...
Sonja Henderson, Don Worland and families x

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Noelene Brady wrote

RIP Mrs Hardy an icon in Winchelsea many happy childhood memories for her in the shop and her beautiful sponges deepest sympathy to Helen and families

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