Funeral Tribute

Deanne Marion Lunson

02/06/1964

Β ~Β 

28/02/2020

In loving memory of Deanne Marion Lunson who sadly passed away on 28th February 2020
LUNSON Deanne Marion
Late of Hawthorne and Wynnum. Deanne passed away peacefully in the Mater Hospital Brisbane on Friday 28th February 2020. At the time of her passing Deanne was only 55 years of age.
Deanne leaves behind her loving children Daniel, Benjamin, Joshua, Karly, Joel and their partners who will miss her very much.
Deanne was a kind and loving lady who cared for her family very much.
Deanne meant so much to so many some may even have said she was magical
Deanne of Nan as she was better known will also be deeply missed by her adoring grandchildren jay, Jemma, Natana, David, Eli, Milli, Rocky, Max, Ethan and Lucion and great grandchild Nautica Each of whom will miss her because of that special relationship that can only exist between a grandchild and grandparent.
At this point Deanne’s family would like to thank the Doctors, Nurses and Support staff of the Mater Hospital South Brisbane for the love care and attention that they showed to Deanne and her family that made her final days as happy and peaceful as possible.
Deanne’s family and friends are warmly welcome to join them in a celebration of her life that will be held in the West Chapel Mt Thompson Memorial Park Crematorium 329 Nursery Road, Holland Park. On Monday 9th March 2020 commencing at 12:00 Noon

Where

Mt Thompson Memorial Park (West Chapel)

When

Monday 9th March 2020

Time

12:00 pm

Address

329 Nursery Road, Holland Park.

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