R.I.P DOROTHY YOU ARE A WONDERFUL CARING LADY IM GOING TO MISS OUR CHATS AT THE CLUB .STILL CANT BELEIVE YOUR GONE. EVEN MY GRANDSON ASK HOWS DOROTHY.. KLY WITH THE ANGELS MY FRIEND XX
Posted by Dianne Estacio 12/07/2021
I will miss you aunty Dorothy may u test in peace fly high now and he with some of the family members Jojo xx
Posted by Jodie miller 23/11/2020
You have the most softest heart, Very caring women, You will be very greatly missed Rest In Peace Dorothy Love Valerie Martin
Posted by Valerie Martin 23/11/2020
To know you is one of the treasures of my life ,never forgotten, thank You for showing me there’s kindness still to find if we open our eyes to all there is to acknowledge , THANK YOU
Posted by Monica 17/11/2020
To Aunty Dorothy I will Always remember you smiling and giggling. I will Always treasure your kindness. Our world has lost a beautiful lady and the Heavens have gained angel. Rest now Aunty Dorothy, Peace Perfect Peace. Love you
Posted by Sue Salis 17/11/2020
For many, a funeral is a ritual of loss and connection where we remember our loved ones who have passed and comfort the living. The corona-virus outbreak has altered that ritual and changed the way we say goodbye: the loss remains, the connections change.
The new relaxing of restrictions allows 150 mourners inside the church as long as social distancing rules are followed.
To assist the family with numbers, please click on the RSVP button if you wish to attend the Service for Dorothy, or contact Divinity Funerals on 02 9718 8878.
Posted by Denne Cruz 16/11/2020