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21 comments on “Jean Johnston”

  1. Sincere sympathy to Jean’s family and friends. She was a lovely lady and I have happy memories of her and Jim as we worshipped together at St Andrews Church in Sunbury.


    Judy Unwin

  2. A Beautiful service and tribute to a wonderful women and life. Thinking of you all and sending lots of love to all. Sorry I couldn’t be there but thank you for sharing this moment with me. xox

  3. We will be praying for Aunt Jean’s soul and that you might all be comforted in your grief.

    I have many fond memories of Aunt Jean from the few visits we were able to make overseas. I think she and my father, her brother Peter, were quite a lot alike. She was always so cheerful and had such a great subtle humor so similar to my Dad’s. I loved coming to see Aunt Jean, as I knew she would have a table laden with the tastiest foods that she just whipped up out of nowhere! She was so sweet and kind, she will be missed. Prayers to all of you there down under, Aunt Jean was a treasure and her memories will live on in all of our hearts.

    Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. Matthew 5:4

  4. What a beautiful tribute to Aunty Jean, so many lovely memories and images shared. Thank you for sharing the service. Much love to you all, Sarah, Anthony, Emily and Sam xxxx

  5. Jean was a lovely person at our St Andrew’s Church, Sunbury.
    The Service for Jean was good, all the Children and Grandchildren spoke well.
    All the best to you all and stay safe.
    Kind regards Carole and Robin.

  6. What a wonderful aunt, a wonderful family and a wonderful celebration!
    Great to able to share the time with you all albeit from a distance.
    Thoughts are with all.
    Love from Peter and Sarah

  7. Aunty Jean was much loved. I have many happy memories visiting Aunty Jean and Uncle Jim and my beautiful cousins in Keillor and the farm and the family gatherings at Woodend. Sending my condolences and love Missed but always in out hearts. Maureen ❤️

  8. What a beautiful tribute to Jean. So very fitting for a lovely lady whom I came to know at St. Andrews. Love to you all. Glenys

  9. So many beautiful memories of dear Aunty Jean and the get togethers with the Johnston clan. Aunty Jean had such a gentle, kind and beautiful soul. She and her sister, my Mum Helen, were close. Thinking of you all today.

  10. Sending much love to you all on this sad day. My thoughts are with you. Jean was a beautiful, caring, loving person and will be so missed.
    Lots of love and hugs Karen

  11. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Jean was a beautiful person and will always be thought of fondly. Sending you all love and hugs,
    The Venn Family x

  12. To all the Johnstons and Vostis … Eugene and I offer our condolences to you all. It was a pleasure to have known your mum and nanna and great grandmother all these years and to share Christmases and birthdays together with her and Gom.

    Eugene and Leanne

  13. May the beautiful memories you have together provide you comfort during this time. Thoughts and prayers are with you today.
    Vic & Antonia xx

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