Funeral Tribute

Mary Magdalene Dwyer

16/04/1929

Β ~Β 

19/07/2023

Born in Esk, Qld, and late of Parkinson, Brisbane, in the Carrington Retirement Village, where she moved to after the loss of her husband Terry in 1994.

Mary passed away peacefully, surrounded by the love of her family, in the Carrington Nursing Home Parkinson on Wednesday, 19th July 2023.Β  At the time of her passing, Mary was only 94 years of age.

Mary leaves her loving daughters Karen and Linda and has rejoined her loving husband Terrence and son Trevor who passed before her.

Grandma, as she was better known, also leaves behind her nine grandchildren and many great-grandchildren, as well as five great, great-grandchildren at last count, the youngest being six weeks old.

At this time, Mary’s family would like to thank the Doctors, Nurses, and Support staff of the Carrington Nursing Home Parkinson for their care and attention that helped to make her final days as happy and peaceful as possible.

Mary’s Family and friends are warmly invited to attend her celebration of life service that will be held in the Chapel of the Mount Gravatt Crematorium, 582 Mains Road Macgregor, Queensland 4109. (Within the grounds of the Mount Gravatt Cemetery)

For those who are unable to attend, the service will be live-streamed.

The streaming will commence approximately 5 minutes before the official start time.Β 

Please note the CODE 8136.Β 

Click the tab (Live Streaming Link). Enter the code.Β 

Where

Mt Gravat Crematorium

When

Wednesday 2nd August 2023

Time

12:30 pm

Address

620 Mains Road MacGregor

Code

8136

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