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PRANDI MURIEL VIVIENNE Viv passed away peacefully on Friday 15.7.22. Beloved wife of Lorrie. Loving Mother of Michael, Karen and Adi. Mother-in-Law to Suzie, Paul and Shonn.

Nana to David, Nick Pierce, Shannon. Lachlan, Darcy, Casey and Tess.

To hear your voice, to see you smile, to sit and talk to you a while, to be together in the same old way would be our greatest wish today.

Published 19th Jul, 2022
ID: 4642964 GB: 4642964

PRANDI:

The Funeral Service for the late Mrs Muriel Vivienne Prandi of Kojonup, will take place at the Kojonup Golf Club, Blackwood Rd, Kojonup on FRIDAY (29.07.2022) commencing at 1:00pm. A Private Cremation will take place at a later date.

KATANNING & NARROGIN 9821 1079 dawsonsfuneral.com.au

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  • PRANDI (Muriel):

    To Viv, it was a pleasure to help look after you for the last 6 years. Your smile will be remembered, Rest in peace xx

    Thursday, 28 July 2022 Submitted online by Natalie Stubbs
  • PRANDI (Muriel):

    Sending our love to Laurie and family on the passing of Viv. Fond memories of my time with Viv on the Telecentre committee and Koji News. The brief time I cared for you during my time at Springhaven, I will treasure always. Time to rest now Viv xx

    Ros, Kelvin, Lucy Marinoni and family

    Monday, 25 July 2022 Submitted online by Ros Marinoni
  • PRANDI (Muriel):

    To the Prandi family,

    Our deepest sympathy to the Prandi family.

    My wife and I taught with Viv at Kojonup District High School in 1971, 1972 and 1973.

    Working with Viv was always fun and enjoyable but she was also a dedicated, conscientious, hard working, innovative teacher. At all times she was extremely honest and not afraid to speak her mind which was a wonderful and powerful asset to have in the 70s. I have fond memories of chatting with Viv extensively about teaching, her love of Kojonup district and the local people.

    The year we left Kojonup Viv gave us a guided tour of her new, very impressive home for 1973. Prior to that Viv lived at the Perth end of Pensioner Road.

    From 1992 to 1995 I returned Katanning as the deputy principal of Braeside Primary School and visited Kojonup where I ran into Viv and it was if we had never lost contact. I also saw first hand how she continued to be actively involved in promoting the local community.

    On behalf of my wife, Desie (Despo) I offer our condolences in the passing of Viv and we are thinking of the loss you have endured.

    Deepest sympathy

    Wayne Cronin and Desie Cronin

    Mt Hawthorn. 6016

    Saturday, 23 July 2022 Submitted online by Wayne Cronin

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