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28 comments on “Maureen Delahunty”

  1. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the entire Delahunty family as you remember Maureen.
    We are so sorry for your loss.
    May she now Rest In Peace in God’s care.
    With love from,
    Rebecca, Kane, Nikkita and Harley Bridger

    1. Thanks Rebecca, Kane, Nikita and Harley, we really appreciate your message. Maureen always enjoyed catching up with you all at family events and visits at Ulm Street.

  2. A touching celebration of a life well lived! Your mum will continue to live through all of you.
    Thinking of you. x

  3. It has been a pleasure and a privilege to have met the Delahunty family. I recall a perpetual positive feeling and much laughter whenever in their company. Best wishes to all.

    1. Thanks Chris, Dad remembers sharing his scotch with you, and their times meeting you on the odd occasions at RMH and home. Anne

  4. The Adelaide Delahunty family, thank you for allowing us to see the lovely service. Than you one and all especially Mikhaela for the nice eulogy.

  5. Thank you for the beautiful service. It felt like such a gift for Mikhaela’s words to bring to life my own memories of Maureen – being one of the many children wandering in and out of Ulm Street in my childhood. I was lucky enough to experience the many facets that made her such a memorable and impressive woman. Thank you for looking after my dear friend all these years. May you now rest in peace.

  6. Maureen, a wonderful, strong woman with family at your centre. Always welcoming and ready with a cheeky joke. You will always be remembered and you will be forever missed.

    My heart is with you Mikhaela and your family.

    With love and deepest sympathy,

    Melanie, Corey and family. X

  7. Beautiful tribute to your grandmother Mikhaela. Sincere condolences to all your family. Love Always. xx

  8. Dear Mikhaela, Ruby, Georgia, Evie and the Delahunty family,
    I didn’t know Maureen but on the occasions I met her, she was very warm and welcoming. Learning she was a fellow Gemini and champagne lover, I think we would have got along nicely.
    Mikhaela, listening to your eulogy made me realise the parallels between Maureen and my own Grandparents who were born and raised in Brunswick and Coburg. I wonder if they ever crossed paths. How lucky you are to have had this time with Maureen and I know how much she will be missed.
    Lots of love from Cynthia

  9. Hugs and kisses to all of you it was a lovely service and a beautiful tribute my Condolances to all love Danny

  10. sending much love to all the family. Your mum will be missed by us all. Love Jo, Gav and family. xxx

    1. Thanks Jo and Gav. Sorry you couldn’t be here with us but our parents will live on through us in many different ways. xx

  11. A beautiful service for an amazing lady. Mik you spoke so well, your nan would be so proud! I am so sorry that you all couldn’t be together today but I am glad I could still participate in the service. Much love and my sincere condolences.

    1. Hi Bev, Thanks for tuning in. We came across a photo of the four of you recently. Dad used to talk about his time ‘working’ with Keith. Don’t think there was actually much work done in those times judging by the stories he told. I remember visiting your house in Blackburn (?) as a child and mum would mention you fondly on occasion.

  12. Best wished to all

    The end / start of a new tree branch (family generation)
    sadly missed

    Brian, Laura, Lawrance (BOSWELL)

    1. Thank you Brian, Laura and Lawrance. She always enjoyed a ‘bozzie’ get-together.

  13. Wonderful send off – glad we could be part of it under these difficult circumstances.

    1. Thank you Celia and Serge. I’m glad you tuned in to share in mum’s life. xx

  14. Deepest Sympathy to Michael, Kim, Christopher, Anne, Mikhaela and families, I know you will all have such lovely memories of your mum. We all have great memories of the bbq and parties in the backyard with your Mum and Dad, now together again. Sorry we can’t all be there today, thinking of you all.
    Kevin, Anne, Mark and Helen (the Brennan family)

    1. The great willow tree in your backyard still sticks in my memory and we have a few pics of the backyard BBQs. Thanks for tuning in and your lovely words. Anne.

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