Valma Margaret WEDDING

Funeral Notice

ServiceJune 11, 2024 - 1:30 pm4-32 Province Boulevard Highton, VIC View MapVenue: Tuckers Chapel Barrabool Hills Centre

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Family and friends are invited to attend a Service to Celebrate the Life of Mrs Valma Margaret Wedding to be held at Tuckers Chapel, Barrabool Hills Centre, 4-32 Province Boulevard, Highton on TUESDAY (11th June) at 1.30pm prior to interment in the Eastern Cemetery, East Geelong (Humble Street entrance).


  1. Condolences from Malcolm and Christine Bath and family. Fond memories of our own personal lollypop lady who left her bag behind our gate in Aberdeen st, who remembered our kids well into adulthood. XX

    Christine Bath June 11 2024
  2. Deepest condolences to all the family. Thinking of you at this very sad time

    Eileen Mulcahy June 11 2024
  3. To all of the family members and friends who loved Aunty Val.
    I will be thinking of you all tomorrow with sorry. May she now rest in peace.
    May the memories you have of her now be a comfort .
    Jen Dickman ( née Wedding)

    Jen Dickman June 10 2024
  4. Deepest sympathy to Cheryl, Rhonda, Julie, Naomi and families. A lovely lovely lady who will be sadly missed. We never once missed a catch up when we visited Geelong and we always knew where to find Aunty Val. At the Newsagent buying the paper, guiding all the children across the road, at the camp or at home. We will miss you dearly. Love Kathryn (Wedding) and Mike Mitchell

    Kathryn Wedding June 10 2024
  5. Deepest sympathy to all of Val’s family. Val sat with our group at the football at Kardinia Park for many years and we enjoyed barracking for the Cats together. She was a true supporter (win or lose!) and wonderful company.

    Rest peacefully Val

    Allison & Jenita and Jo & Len

    Allison Bone June 6 2024
  6. Deepest sympathy to the family of Auntie Valma, thinking of you all🕯️
    Love from Sue, Stephen, Paul & Michelle & families xo

    Sue Ansett June 5 2024
  7. Dear Rhonda
    I have such fond memories of your Mum and how she made me feel so comfortable when I camped with your family at St Leonard’s one Summer. It was our job to walk to the service station to buy fresh rolls every day and she’d make us a beautiful lunch with them.
    We also often bumped into her at Safeway, Highton where we talked for a long time. She was always so interested in what was going on with the Geelong Football Club and with our children. If my memory is correct, she came to a couple of local theatre productions our children were performing in. what a lovely lady. she will be missed.
    I am currently in Queensland on holidays, otherwise, we would have been there to support you.
    Sally and Matt Di Martino

    Sally Di Martino June 5 2024