The Funeral Service to celebrate the life of the late Mrs Joy Fong of Leederville, formerly of Geraldton will be held at the Karrakatta Cemetery at 2:00pm THURSDAY afternoon (30.5.2019) in the Brown Chapel. At the conclusion of the Service a Burial will take place in the lawn section.
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4.4.1925—24.5.2019 Loving wife of Ossie (dec). Loved mother of Jaslyn and Lindy-Lou. Treasured Grandmother to Hannah, Simon, Oliver and Andrew. No longer in our lives to share, but in our hearts you'll always be there.
Beloved mother of Jaslyn. Devoted grandma to Hannah and Oliver.
To live in our hearts forever
Loving mother of Lindy-Lou. Mother in-law of Rick. Precious Grandma to Simon and Andrew. So dearly loved, so sadly missed. Cherish memories always. Please give Dad a hug from us all.
Sleep peacefully Mum.
Farewell to a gentle and gracious lady.
Our deepest sympathy to Jaslyn, Lindy, family and friends. Thank you Aunty Joy for a long and wonderful friendship of over 60 years. You will be greatly missed. Blessed with a long and good life, may you rest in peace. Julie QuanSing and Richard Rowlands
Loving and happy memories of Joy from the Geraldton Moy cousins. Norman (dec) and Mary (dec), Wilma and Terry (dec), Tasman (dec) and Dorothy, Noela and Brian and families, Alan and Janice.
FONG JOY Deepest sympathy to Jaslyn, Lindy and families. A truly lovely friend for many years.
Rest peacefully Joy.
Clarissa and Rex.
Our sympathy to the families. Thelma and Lloyd Fathers (both dec), daughters Dawn and Ruth of Geraldton had a close friendship with you. Memories of our Presbyterian Church days with all the Fongs. Dawn worked under Ossie in the shop's office 1944 (after left school). We had a long association together with you. Dawn Whitehurst of Lathlain and sister Ruth Dryden of Geraldton.