Before the Service

The Service – Part 1

The Service – Part 2

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16 comments on “Sue Francis”

  1. Thank you for sharing. I had the good fortune to spend many hours with Sue during our time at 3M. Her work ethic and humour inspired me greatly. Her love of family was always evident.

  2. John and Joan, Yorkshire Dales.

    Thank you Ewan and Charley for sharing the celebration of Sue’s life with us.
    Love John and Joan

  3. John and Joan, Yorkshire Dales.

    Thank you Ewan and Charley for sharing the celebration of Sue’s life with us.

    LoveJohn and Joan.

  4. Thank you for sharing your love for a beautiful, strong and loving woman. My thoughts are with you and your family. It was a beautiful farewell for Sue, surrounded by so much love and fondness.

  5. Grateful to have watched Sue’s farewell.
    Such fond memories Sue of Mount Waverley High, teenage years and K-Mart days. A most beautiful soul … bye for now and love to Charley, Ewan and your family. Fly high.

  6. Thank you for allowing me to share Sue’s funeral. A truly inspirational woman who achieved so much. Thoughts are with you and your family at this difficult time. Always look to the sky for that shining star that will be looking down on you both.

  7. Thankyou Ewan & Charley for allowing me to watch this service tonight as I was sadly unable to attend.
    I love the reflection of her being a gentle breeze getting things done and then the footage finishes with that gentle breeze xx

    My love to both you, charley and your family

  8. Thank you for sharing, a fitting tribute for a beautiful woman who touched so many lives. Rest in peace my friend, you showed us all how it’s done. xxx

  9. Thank you for sharing, what a fitting tribute for a beautiful woman who had such a positive effect on so many lives. Rest in peace beautiful Sue, you showed us all how it’s done. xxx

  10. I watched my niece’s funeral live from the Pacific Northwest in the United States. I was not there in person but felt that I was, through this incredible invention called “streaming”. I watched and I listened to my nephew, Robert, and beautiful Charley give their eulogy and I shed tears as they so eloquently shared their loss and our family’s loss. This was indeed an amazing experience in my life.

  11. What a beautiful beautiful service sharing the life of your lovely Sue. I am sorry i couldn’t be there today. I watched it live, and i felt i was there with you all. Ewan, you are the most gentle soul and i see was Sue picked you. Charlee you look just like your mum and you have your strength, something that will help you and continue to guide your through your journey of life. I shared many fun times with mum at school, and at rosebud in the holidays at our beach house, many laughs and shall miss her very much. Thank you so much for the vimeo live stream. I lit 8 candles and sat and enjoyed the beautiful stories about Sue. Fly high beautiful lady and thanks for sharing these last months on the group update, you made it so special for everyone. Love you xx Nikky Armstrong/Bennett you old Out Mount High Buddy.

  12. A wonderful farewell to Beautiful Sue. Sue made everybody feel they were accepted with her kindness. I am glad I could attend today (not in person) but it was good to have the chance to be part of the service. Maureen (a colleague from the library world)

  13. Sending love and tears from Deborah in Mauritius. So sorry not to be with you in person but I was with you in spirit and watched the ceremony, and focused on wonderful memories of Sue. May she Rest In Peace. Much Love to Ewan and Charley

  14. Thank you for allowing me to witness the amazing send off of our beloved Sue she will always be in my heart . All my love to Ewan Charley and the family members.

  15. So grateful to be able to share Sue’s memorial from afar!

    A gorgeous lady! Sadly missed , fondly remembered!

    Phillip – Bali.

    Funny, not a sound from the neighbourhood dogs till now as Betty pulled away they have all started barking!

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