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29 comments on “Betty Hannon”

  1. On behalf of all the Hannon siblings ( nieces and nephews of Betty) John, Paul, Maree, Peter and Barbara, we thank you sincerely for providing your comments, as well as information to help us connect “the dots” as well as your connection, to Betty’s life.
    It was lovely to to know that Betty had online viewing and support and prayers from a distance.
    Apologies if we have not responded individually
    This is a collective “Thank you”

  2. I was saddened to hear or really see from this website that Betty had passed away. I used to mow her lawns and maintain her garden in Ellis Rd for a number of years and found her one of the most extraordinary women. She was such a lovely person and always eager to listen to me; we swapped news and she often talked about he beloved Geelong football club. She knew my family very well, my brother Pat, my sisters and even came to my Dad’s funeral at St Josephs 3 years ago. I will miss her and her infectious smile.

  3. I have very positive memories of working with Betty in the P.M.G. for many years, along with my 2 sisters and many friends, who still keep in touch. I would often see Betty shopping in Malvern, as I lived nearby.
    May she rest in peace. Lorraine Rice (Ilott)

  4. A most beautiful funeral and thanks to zoom I was able to feel present from here on Port Macquarie I remember Betty as a wonderful smiling Hannon relative at all the special events. We have been blessed with our Aunts and cousins ! Go Cats. Thanks again to the Zoom technics. Love. Rosemary Clare Terrett née McCartin

  5. Betty was a lovely lady and always at family functions. A long life well lived and a great send off today! Unfortunately, the Cats didn’t quite get there but she will be cheering them on next year!

  6. Vale Betty Hannon! It was a privilege to watch the celebration of Betty’s long life today. Condolences to her extended family. A life well lived. Her spirit, love of life and memory will live on.
    A remarkable member of the Hannon family. You will all miss her.
    Anne Hickey (née McCartin)
    Canberra

  7. Many happy memories of Betty, never missed a gathering of the McCartin and Doyle families, will miss her.
    Margaret and Gerard

  8. Many happy memories of Betty, never missed a gathering of the McCartin and Doyle families. will miss her.
    Margaret and Gerard.

  9. May memories of her for you keep her close to your heart forever. Your Aunt Betty will never separate from all of you. She will love you in her heart.

  10. The sentiment evident during this celebration of the life of Aunt Betty showed great love. The choice of music its significant lyrics, the readings and the heart felt memories shared was lovely. I met Betty several times during visits from Canada over the past 33 years and witnessed first hand what a significant role she had in the family.

    Loved, and Loving,
    may she Rest In Peace.

  11. A beautiful send-off. Betty truly belonged to the family circle, engaged and engaging. A life well lived. Rest in peace, Betty.

  12. Sincerest condolences to all the family. May the memories that you shared together be a blessing to you in the future.

  13. Wonderful memories of our first Supervisor at Telephone Accounts Branch. Reunions each year were a pleasure to catch up with Betty. R.I.P. Pauline Ellerton and Noelle Pratt.

  14. A warm and lovely service remembering and revisiting, as John stated, Betty’s various ‘entanglements’ with family and friends over the years. A very full life, Betty, and well lived!

  15. Betty was always such a positive and generous person, and always interested in what we were up to. Much loved and greatly missed, from Susan, Helen and Patrick Doyle

  16. Betty was always such a positive and generous person, always interested in what we were up to. Much loved and greatly missed, from Susan, Helen and Patrick Doyle

  17. Our grandmother was Clare McCartin (nee Hannon ). My aunt Pauline McCartin and and father Maurice McCartin always said Clare and the Hannon brothers and sisters were always so close. Betty came to every McCartin funeral, celebration or special event . We remember her as a one eyed cat supporter and
    and special cousin to Pauline, Maurice and Cecily. She now joins her first cousins Leo, Cecily, Pauline and Maurice in the next life . Leo McCartin

  18. Such a loving lady with a heart of gold. She had such a bright personality and sense of humour. Her passion was admirable particularly for her beloved Cats. Rest in Peace.

  19. We shared many memories over a long period working together and after we both retired there was many a conversations had remembering the good old days of times gone by.
    Such a gentle lady and friend, rest in peace.

  20. Betty the last of a generation, a poignant loss
    to the Hannon extended families, great memories of the generation passed, that
    she represented so well, thinking of you
    all, as you celebrate her life and say farewell.
    Rest in Peace Betty.

  21. Betty was such a gentle and caring woman. Betty’s friendship of my parents went back such along way through her connections with St Roch’s Church, St Jame’s Garden Club and her love and passionate support of her beloved Geelong Football Club. Rest In Peace Betty a Long and Great Life Lived

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