DEBORAH ELIZABETH Passed away suddenly on 27th Dec 2020.
Daughter of Elizabeth
(nee Harper) and Lewis Jones.
Sister of Wilfred, Annette, Gretchen and Gres.
Beloved Aunt to many family and friends.
She will be missed.
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JONES DEB Farewell to a beautiful lifetime friend who will be deeply missed by everyone touched by her generosity and warmth. So many wonderful fun times together with our whole family. Ann and Tim
JONES DEBORAH Loved friend of Gay since girlhood, and of Rex, Virginia and Veronica for many years. Life will be the sadder without her wit and compassion. The Boxing Day mob will miss more than her incomparable trifle. Vale the Debster.
JONES DEBORAH Deb was such a dear friend for over 50 years. I will miss her kindness; her humility; her rollicking wit, book reviews and her hilarious commentaries. Bastille Day and mahjong will never be the same - always an empty chair and feelings of loss. Condolences to Deb's family.
Alistair, Zoe and Paige remember Deb with deep fondness. Susie
JONES DEBORAH Fond memories of our dear friend Deb. Long standing friendships since school days.
Perth College Class of '66
DEBORAH ELIZABETH Oct 1949 - Dec 2020 A friend for nearly 60 years. Generous, erudite, fun.
Gone too young, but at least it was fast, as you would have wished. No lolling around in hospitals.
Your passing leaves a gap in a lot of lives, those of our vintage and of our children. Unofficial godmother and surrogate aunt in a number of families. Also leaving a hole in our catering: no more trifles!
Anticipating missing you lots.
Penny, Georgie and Rob
Janice, Mark and Paul
JONES DEB G.O.D. Good Old Deb Sincere condolences to Annette, Arianne and Pen. Thank you for being my friend Deb. Tricia