Streaming of Funeral Service

After watching the service online, if you can leave a guest message to let the family know you have joined into the service, that would be greatly appreciated.

Following the service, the footage will be posted and you can watch at a later time if you were unable to watch at the time of the service. Once editing is complete, the footage will be posted which will include all 3 camera angles.

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13 comments on “Dorothy Walton”

  1. Rosemary and Derek Snibson say:
    Dot was a dear friend to us when Derek was Vicar at All Saints. We loved her faithfulness to God and to people, her generosity, her kindness, her humble service. I never heard a hard word from her about anyone. She also had a great sense of humour and lovely smile.
    She would sit in the front row at All Saints with me (Rosemary) until it was too hard for her to drive to church. Dot loved her family and talked about all of you a lot. We are thinking and praying for you all in your time of grief and ask that the Father she knew so well will comfort you in your loss.

  2. Great to be able to watch the service but miss being there with you all. It was a lovely service and everyone did so well in difficult circumstances. As a little boy I still have vivid memories of Dorothy & Max’s wedding with my sisters as bridesmaids. A generation of family links is passing but many happy memories remain. Our love to you all. Ronald & Stella (X)(X)

  3. Sending all of my love, prayers and sympathies to the family as you grieve Dot’s passing. I am privileged to have been friends with Dot since 1983 when I first went to All Saints, Anglican Church in Clayton as a seventeen year-old. As I grew up at All Saints I was so fortunate to have such a strong, Christian role model as Dot to befriend me and encourage me. Later in time my mum also joined the church and she and Dot became firm friends too and were in bible study and women’s groups together. I have many happy memories of them sitting together and laughing and being the happy snapper that I am I have many photos in my album that include Dot’s beautiful smiling face. I was lucky enough to spend Summer holidays with mum and church friends at the Indented Heads house and am very grateful for Dot’s generosity in giving us these opportunities to get away together. I can’t have a cuppa at church without thinking of her generously providing biscuits and milk for us. I can see her cleaning out the Communion Chalice and almost taste one of her yummy cakes I used to buy at the Fete. I love and respect Dot so much and will miss her greatly. Thank you for sharing her with us. God bless you and send much comfort to you. Love and hugs, Chrissy McMaster xoxo

  4. Our heart goes out to you all at this sad time. We wish we could have been there just to give you all a big hug. Auntie Dorothy was a beautiful person who was always so happy to see us.
    We will miss her and never forget her.
    Rest In Peace beautiful Lady .

  5. Such a wonderful service so many beautiful memories of a much loved aunt – Rodney Helen, Janet and extended families you are in my heart – so wish I could have been with you Pamela and Terry with the Angels x

  6. Beautiful service for a beautiful lady. Thoughts and prayers with all the family and especially for you, Helen. Love always xxx ❤❤❤

  7. A wonderful celebration of a life well lived. sending love to you all . Bless you Mrs Walton
    Maree, Simon, Catherine and James Barter

  8. To dear Rodney, Janet, Helen and families, sending my Deepest condolences.
    A beautiful service for your dear mum, Aunty Dot.
    with love from Leanne Brown xxx

  9. Beautiful, beautiful service, very sad we couldn’t be there with you but lovely to be able to join in online.
    Kerry & Les Davidson

  10. It was a beautiful service. Dot would have been very proud of you Rodney, Janet, Helen and family. May she rest in peace. Glenn and Elizabeth

  11. A very beautiful service for a lovely lady. Thinking of you all at this very sad time. To me, whenever I saw Dot she was always a very happy and bubbly lady. Rest In Peace. xxx

  12. RIP Dot. A full life well lived. Deepest sympathies to your loving family.
    The McPhersons – Barb, Peter, Amanda and Paul

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