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31 comments on “Shelton Willenberg”

  1. My prayers and deep condolences are offered to the family on Shirley’s passing. May he Rest In Peace. I’m sure my parents would have loved to have been there and they both always talked so fondly of the twins. – Angelo Herft

  2. A wonderful impressive service to farewell Shirley. Sympathies to the remaining Willenberg clan. Happy you are reunited with your parents, loving brothers and sister. Fondly loved and remembered by my children and grand children.

  3. Lord God, author and perfector of life rest eternal grant to your servent. Enfold all the family members with your comfort. Through Christ the lord of life. Amen.

  4. Good bye my friend, we had such good times together and also with Ralph at St Paul’s Church and thereafter at the School of Agriculture. It was so good to join the service, bringing back memories of our times at St Paul’s.
    Till we meet again – Lasantha and Prithiva

  5. Our deepest sympathies go out to the Willenberg family. The service was very touching, may his soul rest in eternal peace.

    Myrna and Gordon,

  6. RIP Ralph and Shirley. United with your brothers and mother now.
    Condolences to the Willenbergs.
    Ursula and Piya

  7. “Where, O death, is your Victory? Where, O death is your Sting? 1 Corinthians 15:55

    Wonderful service …

    Our Deepest Sympathies to Chomondley, Melrose and all the Willenberg families.

    Love

    JOAN & MAXWELL GERLACH

  8. With fond memories of the happy twins & condolences to the Willenberg clan …. and Noeline, you were very impressive !

  9. Love to all, it was a beautiful send off.
    Rip Shirley , go be reunited with Ralph.
    Lots of Love
    Janelle, Kevin, Scarlett and Xander xoxo

  10. The twins were always so kind and warm to me when I moved to Melbourne and worked with Ralph at VicRoads. I’m so glad I had that connection with Ralph, and by ‘twin power’ to Shirley too. ‘Ralph and Shirley’ – I could never imagine one without the other, I’m so glad they are together again. Rest In Peace Shirley – say hi to my Nana & Papa up there – til we meet again xo

  11. Dear Melrose, Cholomondley & families of late Shirley, our heart felt sympathies now he’s in God’s care, may he R.I.P. Coreen & Leyrisse Vanderwert PAX !

  12. Thinking of you in these difficult times. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Thinking of you, wishing you hope in the midst of sorrow, comfort in the midst of pain.

    Rienzie Romaine & Carra

  13. Until we meet again, my dearest uncle Shirley. Rest In Peace and Rise in Glory.

    Sister Norma Rodrigo’s daughter, Meneka.

  14. Rest Peacefully dear cousin Shirley.. fond memories from our young days.. so many laughs and stories to tell like you nearly died after eating that wild fruit fro our garden.. your other cousin Errol Pereira led you astray together with our other cousins. You ended up in hospital and had to get your stomach pumped.. lots of stories like that.. love you dearly .. love to all the family.
    Carroll & Kevin

  15. Loving niece of Shirley Willenberg.
    Daughter of Cholmondley and Melrose Willenberg.

    In another time, in a happier place, we will meet again. Love you Shirley xxx

    I am attending from Los Angeles, California.

    1. Really sorry I could not attend. Fondly remember our early days in SLK, my sister Carroll told the best of many stories. All the Willenberg cousins from Verna to the twins were very fond of our late parents and the feelings were mutual. RIP Shirley now you are joined with Ralph. Lots of love and Gods blessings to the whole family. Frank

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