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5 comments on “Peggy Enderby”

  1. I always remember Peg’s warm smile as she greeted me when I visited Reuben in Clifton Hill.
    The service showed me what a strong and capable woman she was, something you don’t always notice as a child.
    To all of Peg’s family, our deepest and heartfelt condolences.
    Nicola Ferraiuolo and family

  2. Many cherished memories I keep with me in my heart. Thankful I had you and Pa in my world, I miss the old days so much. But I know you will be with me forever
    Love you Gran
    Always Deb xx

  3. A lovely funeral for a lovely lady- rest in peace Peg.
    Some lovely memories of my past were rekindled.
    Jeffrey Green

  4. Pleased to have the opportunity to watch Peg’s service today. I was Presbytery Secretary for several years leading up to 2008, and got to know Peg particularly at Standing Committee meetings. It was good to be reminded of some of her interests, and of Lindsay’s clock-making, which I had forgotten. I don’t remember when she moved to Brighton, but I know I’ve spoken to her since then. With the Uniting Church connections (including being to Montmorency UC services several times) it was good to see not only Peg in the photos, but some other Uniting Church friends. The person who gave the first eulogy looked familiar to me, so it would be good to know her name (and perhaps you would be able to email an order of service). Ray (who is still a Presbytery member) and I send our sincere sympathy to you all – you obviously have lots of memories to enjoy in the time ahead. Rosemary Dawson.

  5. Our deepest sympathy to all the family on the passing of Peg. Thinking of you all during this very sad time, we share your grief.
    Ed, Diane & family.

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