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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12 comments on “Leslie Douglas”

  1. Thank you everyone for the beautiful messages, Rod and I are so thankful for such loving family and friends Leslie was a truly remarkable and very funny woman we had so many fun times, we even took her and my mum Judy for a very long road trip out to Roma where Leslie almost got Rod into a bar brawl it was an unforgettable weekend where she met more of our family, who embraced her as one of us. ❤️

  2. Thank you Rod and Lisa for giving me and the family the opportunity to pay our respect to Leslie.
    Even though we are in different parts of the world, it became very close.

    My first memory of Lesley is when she came to visit us in Sweden, and I remember this dark hair women, so beautiful. Traveling across the world by her own, digging into our family history.
    Mum use to say, she is a “Lee”, meaning, a strong indipendent women.
    It is sad to know that I didn´t get the opportuiny to se her once more.

    1. Thank you Diana. I am so happy you were able to stream the service. Yes, the Lee woman are strong. Take care. Rod and Lisa

  3. Thank you everyone for all of your thoughts and happy memories of Grandmother. A huge thank you to Raelene and Sonya at White Lady Funerals here on the Gold Coast and Rachael from the Melbourne end. I know Grandmother would have loved her send off today and really appreciate all of the messages and love. We will miss her greatly. Love Rod and Lisa

  4. A wonderful tribute to Leslie. We will always remember her for her enthusiasm for life, her hospitality, her beautiful garden, her love of family history, and the long, loving, and caring partnership she enjoyed with Roy. We will especially remember Leslie for the way that she watched over and guided her family and celebrated their achievements. Leslie’s life was well-lived.

  5. Deepest Sympathy for the loss of your mum, grandmother and great grandmother Leslie. I joined in the service by video from Melbourne. Jan O’Callaghan (sister of Murray Tucker). We enjoyed visiting Leslie in Frankston some years back with our other brother Jim and I was pleased to see the photo of that day pop up on your photo recollections of her. Best wishes from Murray and myself. Jan

  6. Fond memories of a lovely lady and neighbour in Queensland. It was a lovely service, thank you for the opportunity to be part of Leslie’s service.
    Sincere sympathies to Rod and Lisa.

  7. Dear Rod and Lisa, the service was beautiful, very touching and honored Leslie in a very sincere and lovely way. Blessings and peace to you and of course to Leslie, may she rest in peace.

  8. Deepest Sympathy, To all her family, lots of memories of Leslie visiting Tony and I in England on her holidays ,
    Thinking of you

    Nicholas Bell

  9. We send our depest sympathy to Bruce,Rod and extended family we spent happy times with Lesley when she visited Warrnambool over the years love to all Glenys & Richard Chapman

  10. Thanks Rod for letting me know. I spoke to Leslie only recently — I rang her to tell her to watch the program Backroads as they were going to Koroit. It turned out half the town were Moloneys, including the current publican. Hope she enjoyed it and knew some of them.

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