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Linda Denise Berkery

Linda Denise Berkery  was born on 10th November, 1952 and passed away on 20th June, 2023.

Aged 70 years. Late of Branyan Drive, Bundaberg. Passed away at the Friendly Society Private Hospital on June 20th, 2023. Dearly loved daughter of Vivienne & Terrence Berkery (both dec’d). Beloved cousin to Jim, Ann, Sheila (United Kingdom), and a good friend to many.

“Forever In Our Hearts”

Relatives and friends of Linda and her family are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral Service to be held in the Chapel, ‘Branyan Gardens’, Cummins Road, Branyan, on Thursday June 22nd, 2023, at 2:00pm.


Please click here to view the Livestream of the Funeral Service.


The Browns Funerals Audio and Visual team do our best to ensure a smooth experience for all our viewers, however, we are not responsible for any failure of the Livestream due to unexpected technical difficulties. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding.

10 Replies to “Linda Denise Berkery”

  1. Condolences Jim, Ann, Sheila and you Families on the loss of your cousin Linda. She was a very special lady who we were so lucky to have as a very dear friend in our lives. She will be well and truly missed by everyone who knew her.

    1. Good morning Jim,

      A livestream has been added above; please click the bold text that states “Please click here to view the Livestream of the Funeral Service.” and it will take you to our YouTube livestream of the Service. The Livestream will start 15 minutes before the Service commences.

      Kind Regards,
      FC Brown and Co

  2. Sorry for your loss to her English family and Aussie adoptive family. She shine like a star and had a generous heart to all who knew her. Going to miss those long chats.

  3. Will remember all the morning teas and great discussions over the years with Linda. And Linda trying to use her 5000 words for the day.

  4. So very sad to lose my lovely friend and very sad that I cannot be in attendance. Our friendship goes back to High School days and then Saturday night dancing at Sharon and South Kolan. We made many memories and we often reflected on these when meeting up. Condolences to Linda’s family who are visiting and pray that their return journey is a safe one. I shall be watching the streaming service so will be with you all even if it is at a distance.

  5. Our irreplaceable and never forgotten friend. Sincere condolences to Sheila, Ann and Jim. Linda touched all of our hearts and we will hold our fond memories of her always 🤍

  6. so so sorry for your loss. she was a lovely lady and I first met her when she was working in the original commonwealth bank in Bourbong Street.

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