MORGAN LYNETTE ANNE Lyn died on Tuesday after a long illness, but she had a longer career as a teacher and traveller. She wishes to thank all the wonderful people who have made her life so fulfilled.
The teachers, students, friends, relatives, medicos, Orchids, volunteers, travel mates, cats and birds. Due to her hatred of pomp and funerals, there will be no searching for the black, tearful ceremonies, or flowers. Lyn just wants to wish you all a good life and many, many thanks.
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Will miss our long chats and mutual interest in gardening.
I met Lynnie while teaching at Wongan Hills. After being on the farm with the Gang of 4, she came to join our gang in town. Our house was opposite the handsome Stuart's place. Lynnie was unique, such a sense of humour, so knowledgeable, honest and never lost for a word!
I enjoyed our chats and seeing the blossoming romance. Although our paths have crossed only a few times since, I loved it when they did. Thanks for being a part of my life Lynnie and warm condolences to Stuart.
Sue Kingwell (Kiesey)
How I regret that our lives diverged after we moved north. We became friends through UWA and Claremont Teacher's College in the late 60's and continued our friendship when she was teaching at Wongon and I was in Goomalling. We were there for each other through the many good times and the occasional tough times. Sadly, we moved away, and as so often happens as time goes by, our lives took different paths. The last time we caught up was in Port Hedland and Karratha while Lyn was travelling around Australia on long service leave a number of years ago. We had a great time together over a couple of days and it was as if those long years in between never existed.
Lyn may now be gone, but she never was, nor ever will be, forgotten by us.
Stuart, our deepest sympathy to you on the loss of Lyn.
Helen and Doug Gerloff and family.
Lynn and I met at the Diabetic Association when we volunteered our services there in 2002. We have been friends ever since. I enjoyed hearing about her travels and her interesting experiences in life. She will be greatly missed. Condolences to Stuart and family.
(NEE TAYLOR) LYNETTE
In 1969 Lynnie became our great teaching colleague and housemate at Wongan Hills. Always our clever, funny, no fuss, lovely and spontaneous friend. Our deepest sympathy to Stuart. Love from Dixie (dec), Helen and Terry; with Rob and Peter.