DUNN (WYLIE), Nancy Elizabeth

30.11.1928 – 04.10.2021, aged 92 years.

Passed away at Creswick Nursing Home on October 4th, 2021 after a short stay of 5 weeks. Dearly loved Wife of Cliff (Dec). Loved Sister of Allen & Beatrice Able (Both Dec). Much loved Aunty of Dawn & Peter Caruso; Sue & Graeme Russell; Gary & Anzie Wylie; John & Charmaine & all the Able Family, Dunn Family & Wylie Family.

Nancy’s Family wish to thank Trentham & Creswick Nursing Home staff for their loving care of Nancy. Many thanks to Nancy’s special friends, Wilma & Ray; Ann & George; Maree & Family; Barbara, Kit, Cathrine & Family; Tas, Margaret (Tasmania), Glenyse & Norm; & Elethal.

This day will be remembered and quietly kept, no words are needed, we will never forget.

A Private Funeral for Nancy will be held in Trentham.

3 Comments on “DUNN (WYLIE), Nancy Elizabeth

  1. So saddened to hear of your passing. I loved our little chats and Im sure wherever you are that the garden will be beautiful. Warm condolences to Nancy’s family and loved ones. Rest in Peace beautiful lady.

  2. Love and hugs to the family. I will miss Nancy dearly. Nancy used to be helpful and kind having me stay with her on nights I was alone.
    I will remember the special times we spent together šŸ„°

  3. Nance, you were a true Trentham local, one who was always there to help out whenever needed. You were a big part of the hall committee and the swimming pool committee (Iā€™m sure there was other committees that you were also involved with) volunteering your time to help out with events and keeping everything and everyone under control.
    I have lots of memories of working with you when l was younger at the Trentham Goodfellows supermarket, you were like the mother hen to us young ones. We had a lot of fun.
    You will also be remembered for having the best Dahlias in Trentham with an immaculate garden who always made time for a chat.
    Sincere condolences to your family, from Stacey Unstad and Jim and Val Mckeone šŸŒ¹šŸŒ¹

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