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Veronica Ellen “Vera” Boyd

Veronica Ellen “Vera” Boyd  was born on 24th February, 1929 and passed away on 24th June, 2021.

Aged 92 years. Late of Palm Lake Care, Bargara and formerly of Sinclair Street, Bundaberg. Passed away peacefully on June 24th, 2021. Beloved wife of James (dec’d). Dearly loved mother & mother-in-law of Bill & Sandy, Bob & Jenny, Jim, Shirl & Eric, John & Karen, Steve & Wendy, Di and Trish & Richard. Loving grandmother of 23 and great-grandmother of 21. Much loved sister, sister-in-law and aunt of respective families.

“Forever In Our Hearts”

A Funeral Service for Vera will be held at the Chapel, ‘Branyan Gardens’, Cummins Road, Branyan on Thursday, July 1st, 2021 at 10:00am.

 

12 Replies to “Veronica Ellen “Vera” Boyd”

  1. Please accept our deepest condolences, our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Love from all the staff in Magnolia xo
    May you rest in paradise Vera

  2. Please accept my sincere condolences, my thoughts and prayers are with Eddie and the extended family, particluarly those in Australia. Ive heard so much about Vera, she was a much loved member of the Keane family and one of Eddie’s three mums growing up. Eddie and I will be linking in for the service from the UK tomorrow. May God Bless Vera and all of you. xx

  3. The world has lost a amazing lady my big sister, she leaves a big hole in a lot of hearts and my thoughts are with her family over there she had the most loving and caring soul always loved hearing from her, at rest now, love from your baby brother ❤️❤️❤️

    1. Dear Eddie how lovely to see your beautiful message I feel so privileged to have met you and your beautiful family with my dear sweet beautiful mum the bond that your shared was so touching to see even though it had been so long since you both met again warmest love to you Nadine and family. Meeting you all meant the world to us bothxxx 💞💖💝

  4. Thank you Eddie for your lovely post about my dear sweet beautiful mum. Mum and I were thrilled to meet up with you and extended family. It was one of the highlights of her life to reconnect with you. Such a beautiful thing to see which I felt privileged to be a part of. Thank you

  5. Such a beautiful service. Hearing that ever strong Scouse accent near the end brought a tear to my eye. We’ll all miss you so much Grandma!!

  6. We shared a closeness even though we were miles apart. I treasure the fun times we had together on her visit to New York. I shall miss my special sister in law ❤️

  7. I’m so sorry I couldn’t be there today, really wanted to say goodbye in person to Aunty Vera but this pandemic had to impact me at the worst possible time. I watched the live stream and it was wonderful to hear all the amazing stories from Aunty Vera’s life. When we first emigrated you all made us feel so welcome and I think this was was due to Aunty Vera, not just at the time but in the way that she raised you all.
    Fred(jnr), Joanne,
    Olivia and Emily

  8. Thank you for live streaming this I really felt a presence of being there. If it wasn’t for your media team I would be so heartbroken not to experience it. I would have been there if it were not for the government.

  9. Hi to all of aunty Vera’s family, what a beautiful service you did your mum proud, no more than we expected from you. Aunty Vera was a lovely lady and she reminded me so much of our mam (Mary) and our aunty Doll they were great friends, look after each other as your Mum would have wanted. Doll and Vin Tunnicliffe ( Fred, Dave, and Chris’s sister)

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