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13 comments on “Gwenda Jones”

  1. Thank you for the opportunity to remember Gwen and hear about the wonderful life she had. Kirrilee Bound, my sister and I, have very fond memories of being looked after by both Pop (Eb) and Gwen when we were younger. And later when we would visit Barrow St, tea and usually short bread were on offer over discussions about education and travels with the family (Ian and Annette Bound). Gwen was very kind, caring and full of life. Her enthusiasm for music always came out at the teacher college friends catch ups, especially at Christmas lunch with the Worlands, McCauleys and Shewans.
    Rest in Peace Gwen. Much love from Kirrilee and Fleur Bound. xoxo

  2. The service for Gwen was beautifully put together. Although I am a second cousin, I did not meet Eb and Gwen until I was in my late teens and only a few times since then, but she was always very friendly and interesting. It was nice to learn more about her today.
    Kirsten has obviously been a great friend to Gwen.
    I’m sure Gwen would have been delighted with every part of today’s service and the content and feeling would have more than compensated for the impossibility of many more mourners.

  3. I met Gwen at the Holly Trinity Church in Coburg about 11 years ago. She was a very gentle, kind, warm, intelligent, calm and polite lady. Her presence always brought a sense of peace, kindness and cheerfulness. I will always keep these fond memories of her. R.I.P. God bless her soul

  4. Remembering my dear friend Gwen

    in the words of Gladys Naomi Arnold –
    “The warm glow of friendship enriches our lives
    When faith with sincerity blends,
    The music flows smoothly through distance & time….
    The melody never ends.”

  5. A fulfilling versatile long life not only personally but to others and the community at large…thank you for your wonderful contribution Miss Jones

  6. We miss you dearly Gwen. Miss your beautiful piano sound. Miss your kind smile. We will meet again. Called to heaven, rest in the arms of the Lord.

  7. Richard this was a wonderful eulogy which showed how vivacious, adventurous and talented Gwen was throughout her long life. History Institute matters filled our friendship in the 1990s, so I learned so much more today
    thank you

  8. Gwen, you will be sorely missed. I am grateful that you shared your love of music with me, and honoured that we could serve and play the piano together at church. I will always cherish the memories of us playing piano together at Christmas services, your warm kindness towards me as I grew up in the church and our chats over tea and coffee.
    May you rest eternally in the Father’s arms. We love you, miss you and will see you again when it is our time.

  9. Thanks for your contributions to the Chinese members of HTC. We miss you dearly Gwen. I had worked together with you. Love you forever, may God bless you, Amen!

  10. Gwen was a wonderful woman, full of life and activism for her progressive causes. She was also full of fun, which showed through her sparkling eyes. Gwen was always interested in others, and as a historian she was a great supporter of history and its organisations

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