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Service. 16.10.2009

Lynette Margaret Withers

Aged 62 Years 14.06.1947-12.10.2009

A Celebration of Lyn’s life was held on Friday 16th October, 2009 at Castlebrook Memorial Park, Rouse Hill. The service was officiated by Celebrant Michelle Latham (JP)

Memories of Lyn’s life were presented by her daughter Wendy & Lyn’s brother Terry who had flown over from New Zealand for the service also shared some very happy & funny memories with the many people that attended the service.

Memories were also shown via a DVD slideshow & Lyn’s grandchildren read poems.

A wonderful mother, sister, grandma & friend, Lyn will always be remembered for her laughter, her love & her warm & caring personality…
She will be sadly missed, but never forgotten.

Forever in our hearts..

Lynette Margaret Withers's Guestbook

  1. Dear Grandma,

    i love you and willl always miss you
    lots of Love from Shannon xx (your eldest and first grandaughter)

    shannon Hemmons
  2. Dear Grandma,

    i will miss you forever and always love you.
    You were a joy you always made us laugh and were there for us when we needed you.
    You will be mised by all your family and friends and will always be loved as well.
    there will be a part in our hearts that will never be filled but we love you dearly
    you kept on fighting and you never gave up.
    now it was clearly your time to go and leave us and we will be sad and miss you but now you will be with gran and pop.
    love you always and forever
    lots of love Shannon xxx
    ( your eldest and first grandaughter)

    shannon Hemmons
  3. Be it a bit late to say but your warm smiling face will be very sadly missed. From the time we moved in you made us welcome, Nothing ever bothered you outwardly. You always held you head high & kept on going regardless of the hands you were dealt. Each one of you children are a credit to you they all have the same wonderful traits you do. It was an honor and a privilege to be able to get to know you and your family.

    Rory, Geraldine & Family
  4. Dear Lyn’s Family,
    I first met Lyn twenty three years ago when she worked at WIA. Over this time we had a good freindship and lots of laughs (stirs).

    During our many conversations Lyn always highlighted her joy and love for her children and the growing additions of grandchildren.

    I can truely say, I loved Lyn as a friend and I will miss her warmth and sense of humour.

    On behalf of my family and myself, please accept our deepest sympathy.

    Respectfully, Phil Hughes

    Phil Hughes
  5. hey grandma,
    havent been on for a while to talk to you…sorry

    i love you and i miss you heaps…havent been sad for ages..good and bad.. lovge you always

    dont know y it had to be now and u to go….but i guess we all die at some stage…

    love you

    ily xx :)
    <3 love shannon

    Shannon Hemmons
  6. hey Grandma, (or mama as I used to call you when I couldn’t say grandma yet)
    Thinking of you and I miss you. I wish you were here I could use a cuddle from my grandma xxx and I know mum could use your hugs and needs you too…. I wish you could come back to us we need you now more than ever.
    Miss and love you always xxx

    Shannon Rose

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