DOROTHY ALICE (nee Hull):
7.5.1929 - 22.12.2020 Loved wife of Verdun "Cheek" (dec) and mother and "Dorrie" to Terryl and Michael, Greg and Anne-Marie, Helen and Keith. Grandmother of 7, Great Grandmother of 17. She lived a good life and played a fine game until the final end.
The Carnival is Over.
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LOCKYER (DOROTHY ALICE)
1929 - 2020 You fought a good fight and gave it all you had but the carnival is over now. Loved Mother and Mother- in-law of Greg and Anne-Marie, Nan to Courtenay and Mark, Nicholas and Kylie and Nan-Dot to Skye and Austin, Airlie and Lachie.
LOCKYER DOROTHY Sister of Muriel, Aunty to Trevor (dec), Maureen, Graham and families.
Tears you can wipe away,
Memories are here to stay.
Fond Aunt of Robyn and Russell. Deepest sympathy to all the family.
LOCKYER DOROTHY You have played your final end, the game is over. The chats we shared solving the world's problems and catching up on the latest goss, are memories that I will cherish forever.
The miles we walked, adventures we had, are memories held close to my heart. You have walked your final walk to your final resting place. Rest Peacefully Aunty Dot. Love your great niece Kassie
LOCKYER DOROTHY Our childhood memories, I will always cherish those moments. Remembering our bowls and tennis days and the memories that we have shared throughout our lives together. Never forgotten. Rest Peacefully Toots.
Butch (Jim) Betty and families
Condolences to the Hull and Lockyer families on the passing of a great lady. Rest in Peace Dot. Ray and Lynn.
A sad loss of a great friend of many years in Tambellup. Sympathy to Jim and Betty, Greg, Terryl, Helen and families.
Gloria and the Hilder family Rest in peace Dot.
Happy memories of walks and rides to our childhood homes! In later years, always a cheerful greeting whenever we returned to dear old Tambellup.
Rest Peacefully Dot. Nora