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Anne Branske-Peters
12 years ago

Pia's Laughter rings loudly in my heart and soul. I have many great memories of her growing up and most everyone is a happy one. From lil acts with her NooNoo pup playing nurse to him and taking care of Mummy. :) That innocent fun was all she was looking for all her years. She would start a song that never ended... She could recite them over and over and laughed all the way through. The excitement in her eyes when she shared in something new with friends. From carving a pumpkin for Halloween, bobbing for apples at the Halloween party to sharing in the Easter spirit. Pia's excitement in staying over and that the Easter bunny had come to our house and hopped around leaving footprints on the ground to deliver Easter goodies was incredibly cute to see. A credit to Win and Myles that Pia was able to enjoy the innocents of childhood. To being with Winnie and help with that occasional situation in which Pia's lack of fear in her world would arise. To helping cross the street in Avalon without stopping to check if there was a car coming (Pia would leap into the traffic as if everyone could see her) could send Win nearly into heart failure, same as jumping in the pool with Myles when he was not expecting it. Pia had the best parents she could have had as even with times like these she was always encouraged to go on and step to the challenge. That she did. She was a devoted friend and loved them all like family. I am ever so happy she was apart of our kids lives and that I got to share in these great memories. I remember Pia joining in happily to most every event as a child to the best of her ability whether it was at school, home or play. Wonderful hearing and seeing her grow in her activities and sports accompishments, becoming apart of the community has been wonderful. Being a part of life, with having so much to offer. Love of family, her animals and friends she found time to give back the joy she had been given to the children. Pia even came all the way to the Gold Coast to help me with my twins on a holiday I had planned for them. Because she came we were able to have a fantastic time with her riding them on the jet ski's and going on the rides at the park. I will never forget that she came for us and treasure and appreciate this time. Pia you would always take time for us and for that I thank you sweetie... Mummy and Daddy were her great supporters of being apart of life with other kids and so she luckily continued to persevere and go on into the great adventures of her life. So proud of the lovely lady you became. Mummy and Daddy can be proud. Pia, Maria, Mama Mia, Pia.... Missing you always love you darlin xxxooos

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Anne Branske-Peters
12 years ago

Pia's Laughter rings loudly in my heart and soul. I have many great memories of her growing up and most everyone is a happy one. From lil acts with her NooNoo pup playing nurse to him and taking care of Mummy. :) That innocent fun was all she was looking for all her years. She would start a song that never ended... She could recite them over and over and laughed all the way through. The excitement in her eyes when she shared in something new with friends. From carving a pumpkin for Halloween, bobbing for apples at the Halloween party to sharing in the Easter spirit. Pia's excitement in staying over and that the Easter bunny had come to our house and hopped around leaving footprints on the ground to deliver Easter goodies was incredibly cute to see. A credit to Win and Myles that Pia was able to enjoy the innocents of childhood. To being with Winnie and help with that occasional situation in which Pia's lack of fear in her world would arise. To helping cross the street in Avalon without stopping to check if there was a car coming (Pia would leap into the traffic as if everyone could see her) could send Win nearly into heart failure, same as jumping in the pool with Myles when he was not expecting it. Pia had the best parents she could have had as even with times like these she was always encouraged to go on and step to the challenge. That she did. She was a devoted friend and loved them all like family. I am ever so happy she was apart of our kids lives and that I got to share in these great memories. I remember Pia joining in happily to most every event as a child to the best of her ability whether it was at school, home or play. Wonderful hearing and seeing her grow in her activities and sports accompishments, becoming apart of the community has been wonderful. Being a part of life, with having so much to offer. Love of family, her animals and friends she found time to give back the joy she had been given to the children. Pia even came all the way to the Gold Coast to help me with my twins on a holiday I had planned for them. Because she came we were able to have a fantastic time with her riding them on the jet ski's and going on the rides at the park. I will never forget that she came for us and treasure and appreciate this time. Pia you would always take time for us and for that I thank you sweetie... Mummy and Daddy were her great supporters of being apart of life with other kids and so she luckily continued to persevere and go on into the great adventures of her life. So proud of the lovely lady you became. Mummy and Daddy can be proud. Pia, Maria, Mama Mia, Pia.... Missing you always love you darlin xxxooos

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mylesdavey
13 years ago