CURRIE WILMA OLIVE Passed away peacefully on September 28th, aged 95. A long and fulfilling life enjoyed with family and friends.
Daughter of Margaret Anne Currie (dec) and John Joseph Currie (dec). Sister to Margaret, Stan, Jessie, Jack, Edna, and Mollie. (all deceased)
Much loved Aunt to Carol, George, Peter, Rebecca, Jean, Mervyn, Thelma, Barry, Juanita, Vicki, Glenda, Sandra, Ray (dec).
Thank you to the staff of Ward G61 at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital.
Always treasured in our memories.
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Regret not being able to attend Wilma's funeral today. Great memories of a forceful personality - and also a very encouraging one. So sad I cant join the gathering today!!
CURRIE WILMA OLIVE In loving memory of our Darling Wilma who leaves such a beautiful and long lasting footprint on our lives. It was such a privilege to have you as a life long friend and cousin.
Love from Queensland, Eric, Stephanie and Family Host.
CURRIE WILMA Our Dear Auntie Wilma.
We have many happy memories of times spent with you. Birthday parties and Christmas won't ever be the same without you.
You were always loving, generous and interested in our lives. From Carnarvon St, next to Margaret and Bob, to North Beach, you have always been much loved by our family.
Peter, Rebecca, Mark, John, Rachel, and Alfie
Dearest Wilma, you lived a long and rewarding life, a life lived on your terms. Family was very important to you and you loved family parties. We will miss you Willie. Forever in our thoughts. Carol, George, Matthew, Jodie, Pamela, Erik, Spencer and Griffin.
R I P
CURRIE WILMA Valued life member of Greenfinches Square Dance Club. Condolences to family and friends. RIP
CURRIE WILMA Fondly regarded as a friend, colleague and boss by retired, former and present WA women police.
Wilma was a trailblazer, joining the police force in 1953 and retiring as an inspector in 1985.
We will remember you always.
CURRIE WILMA Deepest sympathy to all the family, Wilma was a dedicated member of the club. From members of Soroptimist International of Canning District. Rest in Peace.
Our dear neighbour and such a lovely lady. What a pleasure to know you and our local community will not be the same without you. Sincere condolences to Wilma's family.
Sasha and Jason Ioppolo.
Condolences to Wilma's Family. A grand old lady still swimming and partying at Mettam's Pool. Sadly missed by all your aquatic friends. From
The Group at Mettam's