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THOMPSON Pauline

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THOMPSON PAULINE 21.12.1935 - 26.12.2021 Passed away suddenly at home while enjoying her garden. Much loved Sister to Norman, Sister-in-law to Bonnie, Aunt to Gary, Denise and her husband Graeme. A truly wonderful Lady who will be sadly missed by her family, along with all close neighbours and her many friends.

Funeral details to follow. "Rest in Peace Pauline"

Published 30th Dec, 2021
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THOMPSON:

The Funeral Mass for Ms Pauline Thompson of Karrinyup will be celebrated in Our Lady of Good Council Catholic Church, 121 Miles Street, Karrinyup commencing at 10:30am on FRIDAY (14.01.2022). A Cremation will take place privately at a later time.

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  • THOMPSON (Pauline):

    Our deepest sympathies to Norm, Gary and Denise. Pauline was a wonderful, kind friend and neighbour. We will miss you terribly. 

    May you Rest In Peace Pauline.

    Thursday, 13 January 2022 Submitted online by Bernadette Kenny
  • THOMPSON (Pauline):

    My deepest sympathy to the family of Pauline, an intelligent, fiercely independent lady I enjoyed doing exercises with. I won’t forget your shy smile!

    Yasuko

    Monday, 3 January 2022 Submitted online by Yasuko Timmings
  • THOMPSON PAULINE To my dearest Sister, I will miss you terribly, but I know that you are now at peace in the company of Mum and Dad. You were a very well-educated Lady, being a Deputy Principal at Floreat Primary School for many years before your retirement. In your younger years you travelled to many places around the world and were a primary school teacher in London for 2 years. You loved involvement in all major sporting clubs to stay healthy and enjoy the company of others. You loved classical music and played the violin for many years including being a member of the Churchlands Symphony Orchestra. Being a very attractive Lady, you had many marriage proposals during your life, but declined deciding to offer your love, support and friendship to all. Love You forever my sister Pauline. Norman

    Friday, 31 December 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • THOMPSON PAULINE Much loved Aunty to Denise. Cherished by Graeme, Joel and Erin (Lulu)

    We were blessed to have you in our lives.

    I will miss our chats on my way home from work hearing about your activities and you saying you are so much like me and wanting to hear about the family.

    You were always so happy to make the special birthday cakes when I was young, teach me to drive and had so much patience with me while playing tennis.

    You lived life to the full and will always have a special place in our hearts

    Friday, 31 December 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • THOMPSON PAULINE Much loved Aunt of Gary. You were always there for me, the amazing Birthday cakes as a child, helping with school work, teaching me to drive, guiding me with my start in property investing and so much more. You never asked for or expected anything in return, therefore it was my pleasure to be your support person over the last five years as needed and having the time to spend with you in what was often a very busy schedule for us both. On Christmas Day you said you would like to return to Italy once more and as I walked into my Study yesterday a photo appeared on my PC of you which I believe was from an Italy trip. I take comfort knowing you are at peace and enjoying the sights of Italy once more.

    I will miss you!

    Thursday, 30 December 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • THOMPSON (PAULINE)

    Pauline from "class of 50'" June, Shelley, Peggy, Et al.

    Rest in Peace

    Thursday, 6 January 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • THOMPSON PAULINE Happy memories of Mahjong and our travels together.

    Judy and Rosemary

    Tuesday, 4 January 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • THOMPSON PAULINE The Ladies of the Innaloo Bowling Club would like to offer our sincere sympathies to Pauline's Family. She was a valued Member of our Club for many years and will be sorely missed.

    Saturday, 1 January 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • THOMPSON (PAULINE)

    Close neighbour in Wembley in younger days. Enjoyed weekend tennis games with more of your friends when you were in your mid 20's. Our last chat was Christmas Eve which tragically was the last. Will be sadly missed. Graeme.

    Friday, 31 December 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • THOMPSON (PAULINE)

    In loving memory of Pauline. Passed away suddenly at home. Dear friend of the McCabe family, having grown up together as sisters next door to each other. I will remember the fun times we shared. Gone to join her mother and father and Bernie.

    My deepest sympathy to Norman, Bonnie, Gary, Denise and family.

    Mary Russell and family

    Friday, 31 December 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • THOMPSON PAULINE Sad at the passing of Pauline, our friend from bridge, who will always be remembered and appreciated for her kindness and ready willingness to help others.

    Anitra, Margaret and Judy

    Friday, 31 December 2021 Published in The West Australian

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