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Anonymous
6 years ago

Lynette Ayrton (Lyn) Sorry Hope, my maths you would be 87 Love, Lynette xx

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Anonymous
6 years ago

Aunty Hope, always missing you a true aunt, friend and lovely person xxx July just gone, you would be 88 now, love, Lyn Ayrton xxx

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Anonymous
6 years ago

Aunty Hope, always missing you a true aunt, friend and lovely person xxx July just gone, you would be 88 now, love, Lyn Ayrton xxx

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Debbie
9 years ago

Your washing machine, fan, blankets and oil heater Kenny sold to me because he owed me money are all working well. Thank you so much! I made a lemon impossible pie from your purple pen recipie and ate it all myself. The words you told me about your son were true. I thank you so much. I will restore the purple bentwood farmer's chair because I love it so dearly, it was apart of you. Love heaps Debbie

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Debbie
9 years ago

I miss you so much. Your washing machine, fan, blanket's & oil heater, Kenny sold me are working well. (Trudy and him collected from your place when John needed help to clear your place when you went into care.) I made a lemon impossible pie to day from your purple pen recipie and ate it all myself. I still have your purple farmers bentwood chair which I will restore. Your words to me about your son were very true. Love always to you! Debbie

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John Gielis
10 years ago

Darling mum. A year today since you left us. I miss you every day. Love always John

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Debbie
9 years ago

Hi John, This is Debbie, I keep trying to reply to the tribute site of your mum but I can't seem to connect. so on this day we celebrate her birthday I will try once again. I thank your mum for her advice. Her washing machine, fan & blankets Kenny sold to me because he owed me money are all serving me well. What she told me about Kenny's brain was true and I thank her so much. I ate Lemon impossible pie today from the purple pen receipie she sent. HOPE you are all well. Sorry Ken thinks with his "D---" defective brain. My Mum died in march and I miss her so much. Love Debbie

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Julie Mueller
11 years ago

To the Gielis boys and their families, We were more than saddened to hear of Hope's passing - the world seems suddenly diminished. We hold fond memories of your family and always will. Hope was a person who made us feel special in her presence - her caring, loving nature always evident even for distant relations like us. Rest assured that her love for her family was always at the fore - may this and your faith sustain you and provide some measure of comfort. I can hear her voice now - "Guess what?"! Love to you all

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Margaret wheeler
11 years ago

My memory is of a very lovely lady. Her eyes sparkled and her smile was full of laughter and joy. Hope always made us feel special with her warm greetings and lively and interesting conversations. We will miss her

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James
11 years ago

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James
11 years ago

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