TRIGWELL EILEEN WORSLEY
Eileen passed away in Harvey on Saturday 13.2.2021. Loved wife of Cyril (dec), devoted mother of Kerry, Erica, Robyn and Carmel. Mother-in-law to Roger, Ross, David and Les.
Grandmother of 7 and great Grandma Einy of 12.
Rest in Peace
Mother of Erica and Ross, Grandmother of Simon and Jay, Mark and Natalie and cherished Grandma Einy of Ash, Luke, André and Anton. Thank you Mum for your love, care and support. You were a remarkable lady who passed away 11 days short of your 95th birthday A lover of family, books, music, travel and a canny player of cards.
Rest in Peace Mum
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Dearly loved Mother of Carmel, Mother-in-law to Les and fond Grandma of Dan, Jamie and Kate. "Old Granny" of Oscar, Henry and Angus.
Precious Memories, life lived to the full.
TRIGWELL EILEEN Mother to Robyn, mother- in-law to David, Granma to Celeste and Graham, Great Granny to Arwen-Nicholas and Sophia.
Resting Peacefully in Gods Arms
EILEEN WORSLEY MARGARET
In memory of Eileen, mother of Kerry, mother- in-law of Roger, grand mother of David, Kate and Pat, great grandmother of Maya and Isaac.
After a long and interesting life rest in peace.
Eileen was very proud of her second name ‘Worsley' as she was born in the timber town to parents Patrick and Annie Harnett who established timber mills, homes and employed hundreds of workers. Her attachment also was to the Worsley Church where the family history can be found. Eileen grew up amongst her brothers and sisters in a large pioneering, hardworking Irish family. She was the youngest daughter of a family of 10. The girls in the family were sent to Iona Catholic College and when at home she worked in the mill office and did so when the family moved to farmland at ‘Roelands Park'. After the war she met the love of her life Cyril, married and had 4 girls on their farm in Boyanup. She was clever, tenacious, brave, loyal, a champion sports woman and Bridge player. Being my Godmother and Aunt, she always kept in touch and we enjoyed her drop-ins for coffee in Bunbury after Church.
Eileen was the last of the trailblazers.
Glenice, Max and Jan.
Many memories of a lovely lady. Deepest sympathy to Carmel, Robyn, Erica, Kerry and families. Our thoughts are with you all.
Pierina and family.