Audrey June SPICER (née Hewat)

11 Aug 1931 – 16 Oct 2020

Died peacefully at University Hospital Geelong, her family by her side.

Beloved wife of John (dec). Loved and loving mother of Victoria and Annie (McFarlane), mother-in-law of Colin and Shane. Adored Granga/Grandma of Jeremy (and Rachel), Caitlin (and Josh); Ben (and Mimi), Owen (and Mišu), James (dec), Josh (and Bec), Zach (and Rani). Devoted great grandmother of Zain, Caleb and Spencer.

Her beautiful spirit will live on in the hearts of all blessed to have known her.

Funeral Notice


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  1. Our family met Audrey and John and family in the early 1960’s and we enjoyed many wonderful holidays and special times together. Aunty Audrey was much loved by all of us and particularly by my Mother Margaret who considered Audrey her best friend; a sentiment shared by Audrey. They are together up there holding hands and nattering away! We send our love and condolences to our dear friends Victoria and Annie.
    With much love from Jack Leach, Gayle and Mark Thompson and Johnny and Linda Leach.

    Gayle Thompson October 26 2020
  2. Thank you Aunt Audrey for always being so sweet, intelligent and loving. Your cheeky, sparkling humour and beautiful smile will never be forgotten. You are always in our hearts. Returning home may you Rest In Peace and Light. Shalom. In L.V.X.

    Alizon Whitestar-McColl October 26 2020
  3. Dear Audrey was a very lovely kind lady who married my dear cousin John and we met up many times over the years and she will be sorely missed. Lots of love, Shirley and Bob xxx

    Shirley Dew October 26 2020
  4. Goodbye Grandma

    You will be missed,

    I find comfort in that you will be reunited with Grandpa again.

    Love Owen xx

    Owen Darby October 25 2020
  5. Audrey Spicer was a generous and kind person, who had a ready laugh. She enjoyed telling a story and responded to my stories with a scandalised tone – which was great fun. I first met her when I was fifteen and, as a friend of Victoria’s, I frequently stayed at the house in Sale. Audrey was unfailingly kind to me. Later, when my son was encouraged to call her Granga, we all slipped into that habit too. I was very saddened to learn of Granga’s death and send my sincere condolences to the family.

    Julie White October 22 2020
  6. This dear lady touched everyone she encountered with her happy glow and her kindness.Angels have transported her to her eternal reward.

    richard mccullough October 22 2020