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4 comments on “Yvette Jensen”

  1. Hi Lisa,

    Just wanted to say hello and to let you know my thoughts are with you and your boys today.
    I watched the service and enjoyed the stories you shared about your Mum.

    Auntie Yvette was a special lady and when I think of the last time I saw her, it was at her farm in Wilson’s Prom. She was at her bar stool in the kitchen, ciggie in hand and we were having a wine and a chin wag and she was doing that hair twirling then she did at the back of her neck.
    …always a smile, lots of stories been shared and lots of laughs too.

    A magic lady with an incredible heart, who may now be gone – but will never be forgotten.
    xx Kim

  2. My deepest Sympathy to Lisa and Yve’s family. A beautiful Service for a Beautiful Lady who was dearly loved and deeply respected by her friends in New Zealand. I know that her late friend Francine Keys, my Mum is with her and they are both celebrating in the afterlife together. Sharing a wine or three and enjoying each other’s company with much laughter!
    There are so many stories and wonderful memories of Yve and being one of my Mums best friends along with Chris Sinclair, my Mum often spoke to her when she returned to New Zealand after spending some fantastic years together in Victoria which will always be our other home.
    Yve, you were not only a very special friend to my Mum, but like a Aunt to me and I enjoyed spending the many fun times over the years with you too. I will always remember you as a hard working and honest person and a very clever businesswomen and a lover of Animals and nature.
    We love you and we will never forget you….. Peter ❤️. On behalf of my Mum who often spoke of how much she missed you… your spirits are together again and we will see you both one day near that gentle flowing river with all the dogs and cats no doubt.

  3. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family Lisa. We are feeling your pain as I laid my mum to rest last Wednesday . We became friends with your mum after we bought her house in yanakie. She was a lovely lady , we saw her before xmas when we visited her newly renovated home in foster. We spent 2 hrs with her.
    Again or deepest sympathy we will miss her.
    R.I.P. Yvette
    Kathy & Steve Chambers Yanakie

  4. Yve….its been an absolute pleasure being your neighbour for over 11 years in Yanakie. We have always enjoyed the company at yours and ours over the years…many good laughs and robust discussions on all facets of life on Planet Earth.
    You were a great friend and minder of Remy, our late dog,and he always came home with an extra kilo on board!!
    We miss those impromptu comments of sharing a sherry or three at your kitchen bench…irrespective of what the weather outside was throwing at us…of which it did.
    May you rest in peace and meet up with all your well cared for pets…

    Much love Matthew and Pauline Bewley…

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