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8 comments on “Valerie Dawn Tinker”

  1. My deepest sympathy to Colin, Gary, Sharon and families. May you feel God’s comforting arms around you at this sad and difficult time. RIP Val, wonderful soldier of the Almighty God. Ina Tennant

  2. My most sincere condolences to Colin, Sharon, Gary and families. Thinking of you all at this very difficult time. Love & prayers to you all. RIP Val.

  3. Val was my Singing Company and Timbrel Leader at Clayton where my parents, Jim and Jean Clark were the officers in 1963-4. I walked Gary to school for his first year and Val sang and played at my parents 60th wedding anniversary. May the God who sustained Val, be your strength now and surround you with His love and peace. Gwenda Malone (née Clark). ❤️❤️

  4. Dear Sharon,

    What a beautifully uplifting service to cherish with all your other memories of such a remarkable woman.

    Deep condolences from Paula.

  5. Dear Gary
    Our hearts and minds are with you, your family, and friends during this time.
    Our deepest condolences.
    Louise K and the team at MLC

  6. Dear Uncle Col, Sharon and Gary,

    I so wish we could be there to give you all a hug and support you at this time. Just know that you are always in our hearts and thoughts often.

    I have many fond memories of our Aunty Val and our Mum’s (Joan) only sister. Coming down with our Mum to visit and then after Mum’s passing every Christmas school holidays until we left school and started work. Memories of her beaming smile and hearty laugh, she would always reply ‘yes love’. Going to services and seeing her sing with her beautiful voice, she was always so committed to The Salvation Army and I was proud to know that she was my Aunty.
    In adult life I didn’t get to visit as much as I would have liked but once she had messenger I was able to chat with her from time to time which was lovely.

    I believe the last time we got to catch up in person was 2018? when I was able to bring Dad (Ernie) down for a visit. So we have lovely memories of our catch up together.

    You will remain in our hearts always, Rest in peace now along with Mum, Nana and Danda.

    Lots of love and hugs to you all from Brisbane,
    Kerry Faulds and Mario xx

  7. Cousin Val, thank you for being the link for family. Well done Soldier of God. Norelle Cant (Coffs Harbour)

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