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Graveside Service

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20 comments on “Gwynnyth Bromilow”

  1. Dear Frank, I shall always have fond memories of the times spent with Gwynnyth and feel fortunate to have known such a lovely lady.

  2. To dear Frank, David, Cathy and other members of your family. May you know God’s peace and comfort at this time.
    I remember spending many hours with Gwynnyth typing all her notes on spiritual warfare. It was a challenge at the time before computers were invented, but we got through. She was a committed Christian with great conviction. Vale Gwynnyth.

  3. It was lovely to be able to join this service from a distance.

    We love you Grandma / Great Grandma and we know exactly where you are now – having a wonderful time with your creator and Saviour. WE MISS YOU but we will see you again.

    Much love to you, sweet Gma. XXXX

  4. Hi Frank and all the Bromilow clan,
    Commiserations to each of you on Gwynnyth’s passing.
    It was a moving service; thank you for inviting us to share it with you.
    Love to you all,
    Rick and Judy

  5. Dear Frank, David & Cathy and Family members,

    Our heartfelt condolence on the loss of dear Gwynnyth. Thank you for the privilege of joining the farewell Service via live stream.

    True, we will all miss Gwynnyth’s physical presence but memories of who she was and especially her sweet smile will always be with us. Fond memories of Frank faithfully and lovingly wheeling Gwynnyth into Sunday Services and our sweet exchanges with Gwynnyth during fellowship tea time when she asks, ‘How are you?’ and also accepting my offer to re fill her plate of snacks, and just sitting together in silence, are treasured forever.

    As you highlighted in your Eulogy, Frank, may the knowledge of meeting Gwynnyth again in the presence of our Lord Jesus comfor and strengthen you especially in this period of grief and thereafter.

    Love and peace,
    Inpa and Vana Eliezer

  6. Farewell Gwynneth,

    To a kind, lively, caring , generous and gracious lady; with a wicked sense of humour.

    Frank and yourself, welcomed George and I into your family, with love, support and encouragement.

    Your job here is done, and was done well.

    Thank you from us both.

    Jane & George

    Jane & George

  7. Gwynnyth,
    You will be fondly remembered by me and I will cherish all the memories that we shared over the years.
    Much love to Frank and all your extended family on the loss of such a beautiful person Xx

  8. A privilege to share with you all this significant graduation event. Thanks for the beautiful order of service folder with such lovely photographs. The clear expression of our hope in Christ – especially after this life here on earth, and confidence of Gwynnyth’s life of joy and peace beyond the veil.
    We do thank God on every remembrance of her- and of you Frank as you graciously and generously loved and served her over many recent years. We look forward to another game of scrabble sometime in the future. Much love and on-going prayer for you.

  9. My dearest Frank, Geoffrey, David and Cathy, Pat and Linda,
    I am deeply sorry I could not be with you in person today.
    It was a lovely outside service.
    May Gwynnyth rest in peace.
    Much Love Tracey and David

  10. Dear Frank and family,

    What a beautiful acknowledgement of Gwynnyth’s life.


    Graham and Marion Heinrich

  11. Thank you for enabling us to be a part of this service for dear Gwynnyth. Whilst we were unable to be physically present with you, we very much felt a closeness with you all. Please be assured of our continued love and prayers. Absent from the body, present with the Lord. Love from Heather and Merv Finger.

  12. Dear Frank and family

    Although we could not attend in person I enjoyed the live stream of Gwynneth’s service and David and Frank’s words. The birdsong in the background was very Victorian and I’m pleased you had good weather. Gwynneth was a loving and formidable person, she will be missed. It is interesting to think of her and my father Geoff remote schooling in isolation as my kids do that today with the current health situation.

    Thinking of you all at this time and with special thoughts and prayers for Frank. Lots of love Carolyn Oddie, Howard Packer, Julia, Nicola and Ross

  13. We give thanks for the life and ministry of Gwynnyth, her friendship and steadfastness. May she now be at peace with her Lord.
    Thank you for the opportunity of joining in this Service with you.
    Our Blessings to Frank and the whole family at this time!!

    Joan and Ross Kirkwood

  14. Frank, David, Pat, Geoff and families. A wonderful service for Gwynnyth – our thoughts and prayers are with you and all the family. Gwynnyth was a warm, compassionate and incredible person who will be sorely missed. We still remember with fondness the wonderful family reunion with us all at the Ballarat Art Gallery. We are so sorry we could not be there in person but are sending lots of love and hugs from Sydney to you all. Jenny, Sara and Kayleigh xxxooo

  15. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. We praise God for the wonderful life of Gwynnyth and the inspiration she has been to so many people. And for Frank we send our love and encouragement. Also to the rest of the family we pass our condolences and love. Thank you for enabling us to be part of the farewell service for our sister. God bless you all, from Henry, Glenda and Glad. XXX

  16. We are very sorry for your loss. It was a lovely service and thank you for remembering us during this sad time. Thank you for organising the online service. With love, Melanie, David and family.

    1. What a Woman, what a life, what a legacy!! We are beyond blessed to have had her as our Grandma and Great Grandma.
      A lovely service for a most lovely lady. So glad we could be there without being there. Thank you.
      Big love to Grandpa at this time as he farewells his beloved.
      Much Love,
      Josh, Indi, Jake, Kathleen, Eli and Solomon.

  17. Thank you so much for your loving friendship over the years. God bless, Jim, Lee, Tegan, Alex, Hayden, Marina, and Theo.

  18. Our condolences to Gwynnth’s extended family, but in particular to Frank, her partner in life. Gwynnth is surely a saint in Heaven, as she was in life. She lived a faithful life in Christ, supporting others in their walk. I was privileged as a young christian to have known Gwynnth and her good friend Ada. She has a special place in my heart and I thank God for her life.

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