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32 comments on “Lynne Milley”

  1. I first met Lynne as Ken’s wife when they were picking up Clive from the youth group we led nearly 50 years ago and then at his 21st when she had a baby.
    We then reconnected when she began attending our church Encounter (Sunbury Community Church) in 2014 with Shayne Gaye. She was a faithful member who used her gifts to help others. As well as giving me gifts, she gave Diane and me, as part of Pastoral Care, many, many beautiful, creative cards to write in when people needed encouragement. She also donated unique Christmas cards to raise money for our building fund.
    During her last years we were able to encourage her and were thrilled when she was well enough to attend church. At her request, I was especially privileged to share communion and pray with her in hospital before she lost consciousness. She was so pleased to see me and participated.

  2. Sending love and prayers to you Robyn, Dean, Shayne-Gaye and Helen on the loss of your treasured mum.
    Lynne, Mrs Milley, will always be very warmly remembered by the Hornby family. From “Ruggy Friend” made for Matthew, special Honey Dumplings made for Christopher, when sugar and dairy were banned from his diet, to hot cross buns at Belgrave Heights, and the list goes on.
    Lynne was a faithful friend who prayed for our family over many, many years and provided countless offerings of practical care, for which we will always be grateful. Lynne and I spent many hours with Vicki and at times others, cardmaking and scrapbooking which produced both laughs and tears, as we shared stories and prayer needs. The happiness shared at our last meal together for a special birthday, is much treasured.
    The memory of her faithfulness to God and to all He brought across her path warms my heart, and a smile comes to my face when I think of her tambourine ringing out loud and clear in the presence of our King.
    With love, Elizabeth Hornby xx
    [Even now I daren’t sign off as Liz, because to Lynne I was always Elizabeth]

  3. Good bye dear Lynne. You’ve taught me great generosity, acceptance and love. You’ve been through a lot but now you can be free from the pain. Rest in peace dear Lynne, until we meet again. Love, Bill.

  4. My love and sincerest condolences to the entire Milley family. I didn’t know Lynne very well but I do know how special she was and the love she had in her heart for all. Rest in Peace, Lynne.


  5. Our deepest sympathies to you and all your families in this sad time.

    We had a lot of contact in our younger years, eventhough we lived in Stawell, and when we came back to Melbourne.
    More recently I have had more contact with Lynne and Robyn while going to Scrapbook weekends away and workshops. It was always lovely to hear your the stories of the past.

    Thinking of you all.
    Sharon, Ben and Cam Shepherd

  6. Sincere condolences to Robyn, Dean, Helen, Shayne & families from the “Bealiba Milleys” …. Ada, Ron, Pauline & families.
    Lynne was a kind, loving & honest woman & we were happy that she married our cousin Ken & became a Milley. We remember also her generous nature when she came for holidays in Bealiba, always laden with an abundance of home cooked goodies & treats.
    R.I.P. Lynne.

  7. To all the family members of Lynne. Robyn, Dean, Helen, Shane & families.

    We thank God for the life of Lynne, and her commitment to Jesus and His house. We are sure that Lynne heard the voice of Jesus say, “Well done, good and faithful servant, enter into the rest prepared for you.”

    Our love thoughts and prayers are with you!
    Charles & Marjorie Lazaro

  8. Hugs to you all. Lynne was an amazing woman who simply loved God with her whole heart. She taught me to always be busy with your hands, help others and be generous. She opened her door to this 17year old naive teenage girl who had just moved to her town. Thank you for your open door policy. I loved spending time with your family during those years and always had a soft spot for you. You taught me how to laugh out loud, to see the truth and how to be creative. To Robyn, Dean, Helen and Shayne, hugs to you all. Your Mum has left a legacy that you all will now continue. I feel blessed knowing her, your Dad and you all.
    Michelle Kiss (Cunningham) Xoxo

  9. To Robyn, Dave and Trent,

    Love and prayers as you grieve the loss of your Mum, Mum in law and Nan. I am sorry we cant be with you today and share as you celebrate your Mums life and say goodbye.
    We met your Mum a few times Robyn and in that time came to know she was a lady of great faith. We have no doubt she is without pain and in the arms of her saviour.
    Love and prayers,
    Nola and Alan Young

  10. Many wonderful memories of times with Lynne in her kitchen and mine. Lots of other good times in our caravans at Belgrave Heights Convention. If I forgot something I always knew that Lynne and Ken would have one in their van. Also appreciate the many beautiful hand made albums she made for our family. Wish we could give all family members a big hug. Blessings Zelma & Wayne Urmston

  11. We have only known Lynne for the last 3 years and always found her to be a beautiful lady, who always had a strong faith. and love of family. May her soul rest in peace and in the jewish way we wish long life to all the family.
    Love and thinking of you all.
    Howard and Lyn

  12. A lovely service. Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this time. Lynne will be missed but we have the confidence of meeting again.

    Jo & Colin Bradshaw

  13. Love hugs & prayers for each of my cousins as you celebrate & remember the life of my Aunty Lyne. Thanks for the caravan visits (back in the day) & all the memories over the years. Gone from this world, but never forgotten. Much love to all xx

  14. Our deepest condolences and sympathy to you and your family during this time.
    Our prayers and blessings are with you.

    Lynne made the best jelly cakes, and we were fortunate to receive many meals and items of her creativity over her years at SBC.

    Love Vicki & Gary Stanford

  15. Aunty Lynne, you will always be remembered by myself and Jayde.
    Our condolences to Robyn, David, Trent, Dean, Helen, Greg, Lizbeth, Martin, Ruth, Anastasia, Shayne-Gaye and Kylie-Jane. 
    Love Kylie (and Jayde) ❤❤❤

  16. Thanks for all the beautiful cards and homemade things over the years Lynn. You were a beautiful person, with a caring soul and a wonderful friend to Mum. May you rest in peace in the arms of our Lord and Saviour, free from pain and suffering. Praying for your family.
    Ellice Cowl (prev. Urmston)

  17. Fond memories of a caring and sharing lady. Cooking, sewing and a friendly chat lots of folk have hand towels and artefacts that Lynne gave them. A good servant of our Lord at peace and rest. Chris, Ian Prosser and families.

  18. Lynne, you fought a long battle, a hard fight and now the pain and suffering are no more. In God’s care now. You are now in a better place, reunited with Ken, Dad, Andrea and Our Lord and Saviour. You will forever be my big Sis, big chook. Love you to the Moon and back, forever and always. Our condolences to Robyn, David and Trent, Dean and Helen, Greg, Lizbeth, Martin, Ruth and Anastasia and Shayne and Kylie-Jane. Love Sherif, Lorrae, Nathan & Lucas ❤❤❤❤

  19. Good bye Lynne,
    A wonderful mother, grandmother and friend. You will always be remembered for the supportive and caring person you were. Your loss weighs heavy on your family and those closest to you and I send to them my love an condolences. May you rest in peace now and be reunited with your beloved Ken.

  20. Farewell Lynne. I will always treasure your friendship. Rest In Peace. My condolences to Shayne-Gaye and the Milley family.

  21. Thinking of all the family today as we remember Lynne.
    I too remember her beautiful artwork expressed through card making. Each one was exquisite and such an expression of love.
    I’m glad that you can now be free from the cares and pains of this world Lynne, enjoying the saviour’s gaze.

    Love Paula Robinson.

  22. Lynne, who’d have thought we’d still be friends when we met as teenagers and all the wonderful memories we’d have of our family get togethers, then of you and Ken, then of just us. You were such a kind and caring friend. I miss you heaps. You are now at Peace my wonder friend.
    Love and prayers to your family from Lyn and Bruce Golland and families

  23. Love ❤ you, Lynne. Gone from our sight, but not our hearts. Your gift of courage will always be with us. Now with our Our Lord and Saviour. Love Mum (Irene) and Dad (Ron) (dec).

  24. I am saddened by the loss of such a wonderful caring lady Lynne you are loved by many and will be sadly missed RIP reunited with ken condolences to the Milley family

  25. Lynne, you will always be remembered by myself and all of the members of my family.
    Love and best wishes to Lynne’s family – Robyn, David and Trent, Dean, Helen and Greg and Lizbeth, Martin, Ruth and Anastasia, Shayne and Kylie-Jane.
    Rejoice that Lynnes is now reunited with Ken and Our Lord and Saviour.

  26. I have received many of Lynne’s wonderful cards over the years and I always have a piece of Lynne’s craftwork hanging on the tea towel rail in my kitchen. It’s hard to lose Lynne, and even harder that we can’t all be together to say good-bye. I want you to know I’m with you in spirit—now and in the days and weeks ahead, praying for you all through this, to a time of peaceful remembrance.

    Sue Samagalski
    (& also Daniel Samagalski)

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