Funeral Notices – Saturday 17th November
If you would like your recently lost loved ones death / funeral notice or memoriam listed here, contact your Funeral Director for more information about this free service. They can also help you write the notice and offer other helpful advice and services in this time of need.
McHUGH, Sister Columba (Margaret Peg): O.P. Peacefully on Friday, November 16, 2018, in the care of the Little Sisters of the Poor, St Joseph’s Home, 9 Tweed Street, Ponsonby Auckland. In the 75th year of her profession. Dearly loved daughter of David* and Sarah* McHugh (Invercargill). Loved sister of Hugh* and Tina* McHugh, Jim* and Mary* McHugh, Catherine* and Albert* Rose, Bernard*, Kean*, Molly*, David* and Julie* McHugh, John* and Joyce* McHugh. A loved aunt, great-aunt and great-great-aunt. A Requiem Mass will be celebrated in the Chapel of the Little Sisters, Auckland, on Tuesday, November 20, 2018. (*denotes deceased)
PICKETT, Allan Ralph. On Thursday, November 15, 2018, at Resthaven Village, Gore, in his 82nd year. Loved son of *John and *Mabel, loved brother and brother-in-law of *Charles, *Noel and *Phyllis and *Dawn, *John and Rosaline, Rona and *Rex Brown, Winstone and Janice, loved friend of Angela, Paul, Nicole, Joy and family. Loved by all his nephews and nieces. A service for Allan will be held in the Gore RSA Function Room, Bowler Avenue, on Monday, November 19, at 1.30pm, then leaving for Charlton Park Cemetery. Messages to 24 Nantwich Street Otautau 9610. (*Denotes deceased)
Southern Funeral Home Gore, F.D.A.N.Z.
ATLEY, Heather Jean. Bob and the family would like to thank everyone for the kindness and support shown in the passing of a darling wife, mother and grandmother. Thank you to everyone who attended Heather’s funeral, to those who sent cards, food, flowers, letters and emails. To those who visited to share love, memories and prayers, to all who made it possible for Heather to live the last 5 years to the fullest, these include Margaret Brown and her wonderful staff at Calvary, ACC for their financial aid and equipment and their prompt response to our requests, Andrea and Ange for their physio and speech therapy and Dr. Pat Hastilow. To St. Andrews Presbyterian church members for their love and prayers through Heather’s illness and a huge thank you to Rev. Nyall Paris for the time you spent with Heather and the family, words cannot express our thanks and also Father Vaughan Hook for your time and words of comfort in our time of sadness. To Sharron and her team at Macdonald & Weston who treated Heather with respect and dignity, you were a huge help in assisting the family in our time of grief. Please accept this acknowledgment of our sincere appreciation from Heather’s Family.
“At Rest with the Lord”