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9 years ago

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Richard Woods
10 years ago

Darling Aunty Bet has left us. My oldest memories are of amazing holidays with Aunty Bet, Pam and Viv herding all the children around. Our love and deepest sympathies to you all. Bet and Viv were part of a very rare breed. They broke the mould when they made them. Remembering the twinkle in Bet's eye brings the biggest smile to my face. If Viv and Bet are in the same place now I am sure they will misbehaving with Uncle Frank keeping a wary eye over them. Love to you all Richard Woods and Family

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Richard Woods
10 years ago

Darling Aunty Bet has left us. My oldest memories are of amazing holidays with Aunty Bet, Pam and Viv herding all the children around. Our love and deepest sympathies to you all. Bet and Viv were part of a very rare breed. They broke the mould when they made them. Remembering the twinkle in Bet's eye brings the biggest smile to my face. If Viv and Bet are in the same place now I am sure they will misbehaving with Uncle Frank keeping a wary eye over them. Love to you all Richard Woods and Family

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Catherine Shkolnik
10 years ago

Our condolences to the Nagle children and their families. Our families share a history and Betty's charm and charismatic personality will always be remembered. May she rest in peace. With love from The McEncroe family.

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Elsa Galbally
10 years ago

One of my earliest memories is one of lying in a perambulator outside the front door at Kiloran. Betty leans over and gives me a stuffed little King Charles Spaniel. "Lady", my only real toy, lived through countless operations and torture from my brothers, only to be torn asunder, at aged 16, in a car door. Vale Betty!

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Joseph Galbally
10 years ago