Cnr McLean St & Woongarra Street, Bundaberg Central QLD 4670
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Minnie Kindt

Minnie Kindt  was born on 14th April, 1926 and passed away on 19th April, 2021.

Aged 95 years. Late of Palm Lake Care, Bargara and formerly of Woongarra Street, West Bundaberg. Passed away peacefully at the Friendly Society Private Hospital on April 19th, 2021. Beloved wife of Gordon (dec’d). Dearly loved mother & mother-in-law of Marjorie & Ivan, Philip & Sarah, Glenda & Andrew, Alison & Michael. Loving grandmother of Jane, Andrew, Mark, Linda, Brock, Robert, David and great-grandmother of Hunter, Flynn, Jack, Rohan, William, Brodie, Wyatt and Frankie. Loved aunt of her nieces and nephews.

“Forever In Our Hearts”

A Funeral Service for Minnie will be held at ‘Branyan Gardens’, Cummins Road, Branyan, FRIDAY, 30th April, 2021 at 1:00pm.

COVID Restrictions Apply.

Live Stream Link: https://youtu.be/BZ8_Tljwk5g

18 Replies to “Minnie Kindt”

  1. So sorry for your loss. If mum didn’t have dementia she would send her condolences also. Remember living near you all when we were kids together. Such fun times. Thinking of you all at this sad time. Julie Hale ( McVeigh )

    1. Thanks Julie. Our Mum thought a lot of your Mum. Both ladies worked hard every day and family was always the first priority. Lovely to read your message. Alison Kindt on behalf of Marjorie, Philip and Glenda.

  2. A great loss. But it does bring back a flood of lovely memories about a truly remarkable lady.

    1. Absolutely. To Majorie, Philip, Glenda and Alison it was a privilege to have known your mum. She was a great friend of my mother.

      1. When your mother moved to Warwick, our Mum still loved to keep in contact with regular phone calls. They were two “salt of the earth” ladies. Thanks for your lovely comments.

    2. Together we have thought of lots of memories of the Kindts and the Darnells, including even after moving away from North Bundaberg, Mum would deliver a dozen eggs every Friday afternoon along with the obligatory chat at the kitchen table. Marjorie especially remembers all of the lolly making that our mothers along with Mrs Milliken did together as fundraising for the church. They made tray after tray of fudge, jellys and coconut ice while Marjorie made the marshmallows.

      1. Majorie. Philip Glenda and Alison so very sorry to hear of your loss. Every time I took Mum – to have her hair cut we would think or see your Mum. Lyndie Barry and I remember the fun we had as children with the Darnell Kindt and Milliken familes. Mum is staying with me for a while but wants to return to Bundaberg to live in the house at Moore Park. Our thoughts are with you all

  3. A great loss. But it does bring back a flood of lovely memories about a truly remarkable lady.

    1. Thank you very much Rhonda and Phil. I have thought of you so so many times over the past year or two, but with my number one focus on Mum and her welfare, there simply weren’t enough hours in the day to pursue other interests. I look forward to returning to the fold of the Bundaberg Genealogical Association in due course. I value your message highly, and hopefully we will meet up again soon. Sincere regards Alison

  4. So sorry for your loss Alison and family’s, your mother Minnie was one of the loveliest ladies I had the pleasure of looking after at palm lake care. Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this time. Won’t be able to make it to funeral as I will be working but will be thinking of you all at this sad time xx

    1. Dear Ann, A heartfelt thank you for your kind words and for your kind deeds. Thanks for your support and advocacy on behalf of Mum. She was loved and beautifully looked after by the staff of Palm Lake Care. She was always treated kindly with the utmost respect and she was grateful for everything that was done for her. Hopefully we might cross paths again in the future. We thank you sincerely. Alison on behalf of Minnie’s family

  5. I always regarded Minnie as a family member of mine rather than just the mother of a mate. So sad to know she has passed.
    A truly great and genuine friend.
    REST IN PEACE GOOD LADY

    1. Thank you for your beautiful message Kerry. Mum always loved you too as part of our family. Thanks for visiting Mum over the years.
      We realize you have other commitments on Friday, but we look forward to seeing you again before the ceremony.

  6. Condolences to the Kindt family from Diane Porter on behalf of the Clarke family who were friends and business associates for many years with Mum ( Thea Clarke) and Minnie being close friends. We enjoyed Minnie’s company regularly once we all came to Bundaberg. So sad. Unfortunately Mum at 95 now has dementia and would not comprehend but we will truly miss Minnie. Rest In Peace lovely lady

  7. Minnie always loved ‘dropping in’ on Thea, and she was delighted to be included in Clarke family events. Our Mum absolutely loved going on drives with you and your mother, even if it was at short notice due to the circumstances. That was never an issue. Thea was a true friend to Mum, especially in the early days. Two country girls who formed a strong bond.

  8. We are so sorry for your loss. We only met Minnie a few times but was a lovely lady and a beloved Granny to Linda and family.
    Rest in peace Granny.

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