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Phyllida Nina Coombes

Phyllida Nina Coombes  was born on 17th July, 1936 and passed away on 11th September, 2021.

Aged 85 years. Late of The Lakes Retirement Village and formerly of Yeppoon. Passed away peacefully at The Lakes on September 11th, 2021. Beloved wife of Maurice (dec’d) and Cedric. Dearly loved mother, step-mother & mother-in-law of Patrick, Michael, Geoffrey, Christine & Lenny, Robyn & Shane and Brett & Linda. Loving grandmother of 9, and great-grandmother of 11. Dearly loved Daughter of Herbert & Phyllis (both dec’d).

“At Home With The Lord”

A private service for Phyll will be held as per the wishes of the family. In lieu of flowers donations to RSPCA would appreciated.

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12 Replies to “Phyllida Nina Coombes”

  1. Patrick, my family and I are sorry for your mother’s departure. God grant you acceptance and resignation for such an irreparable loss. What we are sure of is that she is in a better place where pain and suffering do not exist. We hug you tightly. Anteliz family

    1. With grateful thanks to you and your family, Lily – your beautiful words are very helpful and greatly appreciated by my family and myself. Love and best wishes, Patrick

  2. Sincere condolences Patrick, Geoff and Mike. I had such respect for your dear mum. May your wonderful memories of Phyll help ease the pain of her loss.
    My thoughts are with your Ced and your family.

  3. With grateful thanks for your lovely words, Karen – Mum thoroughly enjoyed working with and learning from your good self and everyone else in the transformational CQU STEPS program. Very much appreciated.

  4. I’m so sorry to hear the news. I will always remember her as a kind and gracious lady. She was my first English mistress when I started teaching some 35 years ago. I will never forget her kindness and sense of humour.

  5. With grateful thanks for your very kind memories of our mother, Richard. Apologies for not having replied last year, but perhaps it is fitting to reply to your generous words on what would have been Phyll’s 86th birthday. She certainly enjoyed her years of teaching, and she valued her students and colleague very highly.

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