The Funeral Service

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10 comments on “Betty Towie”

  1. A beautiful service with lovely photos and music. Betty was a lovely lady.
    May she RIP.

  2. Congratulations to you all for such a beautiful service. You did your mum proud.!!! X
    Mary xx

  3. Congratulations to you all for such a beautiful service. You did your mum proud.!!! X
    Mary xx

  4. Congratulations to you all for such a beautiful service. You did your mum proud xxxx
    Mary xxxx

  5. It was such a beautiful service with lovely music and wonderful to see the many photographs from Betty’s life. She was my mother’s first cousin in England (they looked very alike) and I have so appreciated and enjoyed spending time with her in Australia reminiscing about her early years in Uppingham. She was a very special person.

  6. Many thanks for allowing me to say goodbye to Betty, so many photos I have never seen. The family resemblance between her and my grandmother Thora and my mother Heather were quite apparent. It was a beautiful service and an honour to share it. Love Bridget

  7. A very beautiful service. Hillary you are amazing the way you cared for your mother.
    I am a close friend of the family in W.A. I met Betty a couple of times, she was such a beautiful and lovely lady. R.I.P. Betty

  8. I’m very sorry to have been unable to attend such a moving service. I also thank Hil and family for everything they have done for Betty.

  9. Growing up next to the Towie family in Mornington was a huge delight and gift. My mother Elizabeth and Betty were good friends, playing cards and managing us kids. There was always a dynamic and strong presence from next door. Betty was always welcoming and supporting. Later when they moved to Olivers Hill, it was great fun to visit, and pick up something delicious from the kitchen. Huge respect and love for Betty and condolences for her family and those that loved her.

  10. Living in the West, I will always treasure the precious family time that John and I shared with Betty when we travelled to Mt Eliza. In John’s coastal garden, a blue flowering echium, ‘Heronswood Blue’ grows in honour of Betty. Betty will be missed, but her memories will live on in the garden with the echium that will stand the test of time through gales, salt, drought and sunshine. Till we meet again, rest in peace.

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