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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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15 comments on “Joan Harradence”

  1. Dear Jarna My condolences to you, your family and friends of your mother. A beautiful tribute to your mother. Rest In Peace Joan

  2. Dear Jana Cheryl Brian Bill Cassie & Sam & other family & friends. We first met Joan when she worked in Woolworths at Box Hill when I first left school & Billy Chambers & his mother also worked there – that means over 50 years ago – we were close friends all that time. Her warmth, laughter and straight talk will remain with me always. (Billy passed away on August 3 2020). I know all her family & friends will miss her presence but her spirit lingers on as a comfort. Condolences to you all. Love Margaret xxxxxx

  3. What a beautiful service!! So glad that we could be a part of it from home. May god bless our dear Joan and give her loved ones all the comfort and blessings of heaven. Resting peacefully now in God’s eternal loving embrace.

  4. What a beautiful service to honour a wonderful lady. I will cherish the memories of the times spent with her. She was a rare gem, I feel blessed to have had the chance to get to know her. Sending my love to all who also had the opportunity to laugh and at times cry with Joan. She will be sorely missed.

  5. Dear Cheryl, Bill,Jarna, Brian,Cassie & Sammi.
    Please accept our deepest condolences on the loss of your mother & grandma Joan.
    Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time.
    It was a beautiful service to celebrate Joan’s life.
    Now in the loving arms of the lord.

    With love
    Bonny,Tom,Daniel,Michael & Kate.

  6. Dear Brian Jarna & Cheryl
    What a lovely farewell as Auntie would have liked, I did not see her very much in her latter years but remember her fondly from my youth. So sad not to be able to be with you, my love and prayers be with all our family at this time.
    Much affection & love
    Jennifer

  7. We witnessed Joan’s unselfish devotion, kindness and generosity in helping St. Luke’s during its
    stages of inception. Thank you Joan. Thank you to Joan’s family for allowing us to say farewell via this funeral mass.
    Eternal rest grant unto you Joan and let perpetual light shine upon you. May your soul rest in peace.
    Thank you Chris for representing us, the parishioners of St. Luke’s.

  8. To the best neighbour anyone could ever have, we will miss our venting times, laughs, cups of coffee and card nights til 3am. Love you, Sandra

  9. Goodbye to such a spirited, generous and friendly member of our parish. Every word that was spoken about you today Joan was true, and from the heart. You will be missed after such a long time of service to our parish and to your family and friends.

  10. A beautiful farewell to a lovely lady who supported our Youth group in generous ways throughout World Youth Day here in Australia.Always willing to lend a helping hand.
    Rest In Peace Joan.

  11. Aunty Joan was such a vibrant lady. When I think of Aunty Joan, I hear her big laugh, see her big smile and remember her creativity. Sending lots of love to you all during this difficult time. Hold on tight to your memories and treasure them forever. Alyson, Dan, Dusty and Hattie. xx

  12. I’m sorry to hear that sad news Cheryl, Jana, Bill, Cassie and Sam. My thoughts will be with you tomorrow. Your Mum was a feisty lady with a clever wit and a lovely smile. I know you will all miss her always. xxx

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