The Funeral Service for Mrs Jean Grundy of Albany, formerly of Carnarvon, will take place at Amity Rose Funerals, 9 Cockburn Rd, Albany, on FRIDAY (09.08.2019) commencing at 2.00pm.
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(05.02.1928-31.07.2019) Much loved wife of Frank (dec). Precious Mum of Fran, Eileen and Tanya and their families.
Dearest Mother of Fran, much loved Mother-in-law of Kevin (dec). Mum you have always been there for us through all the years. You worked hard to give us the best upbringing anyone could have. Our childhood memories are nothing but the best.
I am so lucky to have had you in my life for so long. Love Fran.
Forever in our hearts our beautiful Mum. Will always miss you. Eileen and Kev.
To my beautiful Mum, thank you for a lifetime of memories, for your love, kindness, help and encouragement. You only ever wanted the best for me. There will always be a place in my heart that is yours alone. Missing you already. Forever and always, Tanya and Greg, Dean and Tae, Darren, Peta, Yvonne and Shane, Cohen, Lee and Jessie.
Dearly loved Nan and Great Nan of Brad, Nola, Bianca and Jasmin.
We will miss our trips to Carnarvon to see you. You will be sadly missed. RIP
GRUNDY JEAN Much loved Nan and Great Nan of Craig Melissa Dylan and Tenaya. We will cherish our memories of you Nana Undies, the laughs, your stories, yummy recipes and our Carnarvon trips.
RIP beautiful lady
To Eileen, Fran, Tanya and families please accept my sincere condolences. Aunty Jean was a very special lady, I will always be grateful to her and Uncle Frank for their kindness and generosity in my younger years. Forever remembered, Susanne.
GRUNDY JEAN Deepest sympathy to Fran, Eileen, Tanya and families on the loss of a wonderful lady. We will always remember her great sense of humour and the way she welcomed us when we first went to Carnarvon. We were proud to call her our Carnarvon mum.
Peta and Peter Lilley and family