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The Service

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13 comments on “Beverly Hogan”

  1. We feel previlaged to be able to participate with all the family in the celebration of Bev’s Life. The service was deeply moving & the stories were wonderful to hear .
    May she Rest In Peace . Amen

  2. Dear Di Bren Paddy Rob and extended families,

    What an amazing celebration of Bevs life and how wonderful to hear the many ‘Beverly’ stories. Sorry we could not be there in person.

    Thinking of all of you during this sad time.

    With much love
    Col Gray Pip and Tess

  3. Dear kylie Tanya and your family
    Listening to everyone’s stories about your grandmother was amazing
    We have a saying in our (Jewish religion)
    May you only know from good in the future ,only know from happiness and no sorrow
    Always loved knowing all of you
    Rachel lazar and my family

  4. Hello to All the Hogan Family, Your Beautiful Children and Your Gorgeous Great Grandchildren.
    Beverly was given the most heart warming and loving send off, just as she deserved.
    Many funny and memorable stories that you will all cherish forever.
    Beverly always loved to Chat to Connie Adams (my mum) about old times and new when ever she was visiting Gail and Kym in Adelaide.
    Its was certainly a pleasure to have been a part of Beverly life.
    Sending all our Love from Broken Hill to all of you.
    Love,Gaye, Malcolm and Connor Esling.
    Rest In Peace Beverly. XOXOXO

  5. Hello , To The Hogan Family, your Beautiful Children and Gorgeous Grand children,

    What a beautiful send off for Beverly, so much love and funny memories for all of you to Cherish
    forever.
    Beverly was loved and respected by all who had the pleasure to meet her.
    She always loved to chat and tell stories to my Mum (Connie Adams) while visiting Kym, Gail and her grand children Ben Lisa and Joel on her enjoyable trips to Adelaide.
    Rest In Peace Beverly and God Bless You.
    Sending all our Love From Broken Hill,
    Gaye, Malcolm and Connor Esling.
    XOXOXO

  6. Rest In Peace Bev. I have fond memories of you in Griffith all those years ago when a young Announcer at 2RG/MTN9 started courting your Daughter Di. Sorry I could not be there in person. Much love Barry. Xox

  7. My thoughts are with you all. Thanks for sharing this online-it was lovely to honour and remember the beautiful friend that Bev was! All my love-Wendy De Luca

  8. It was a pleasure looking after you Bev. You were an amazing and loving friend that was full of affection with a brave heart. Your love and care was that of a mothers ,and it truly felt as if I had lost my mother once more. I will forever cherish the nights we sat, talked and laughed like we forgot every worry in the world .You always called me your angel but now it really feels as if you have become my guardian angel. In honesty words will never be enough to describe what a wonderful person you were and what you meant to me.

    Love Renish K.

  9. What a lovely send off for Bev.
    I remember modelling lots of gorgeous clothes from her shops.
    Also she helped with our kitchen tea at the Milton’s 52 years ago.

    RIP Bev.

  10. It was a privilege to have met Bev. She took my mum and I under her wing at Vasey RSL. Mum was in the room opposite Bev’s. Only the day before she passed we had a cuppa in her room. We were going out to the doctors and because Bev couldn’t get up she called out to us. She always remembered my name ….amazing for her age. We always felt so welcomed and special. How we miss her. It’s so quiet now. What a lovely service and a beautiful family.
    We talk of Bev often. Kind regards Joan Neilson ( K26) and daughter Annette Brown.

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