Funeral Tribute

Maureen Evelyn Trotter

25/11/1934

Β ~Β 

23/03/2019

In loving memory of Maureen Evelyn Trotter who sadly passed away on 23rd March 2019.
TROTTER Maureen Evelyn
Originally from Kilkivan Queensland, and late of Rochedale.
Maureen passed away peacefully in the Logan Hospital on Saturday 23rd March 2019. At the time of her passing
Maureen was just 84 years of age.
Maureen leaves behind the love of her life and soulmate Ray and loving children Raymond and Pauline.
Maureen, or Grandma as she was better known, also leaves behind her adoring grandchildren Stephanie, Jasmine, Vernice, Jack and great grandchildren, Euna and Laurence; who will remember her for her generous and unconditional love, and her strong, bright and forthright personality.
Maureen was renowned as an avid gardener and her creative passion for arts, crafts and cooking were shared with her daughter and granddaughters alike.
Maureen was an adventurer from long ago and travelled far and wide connecting with family and attaining life long friendships she held very dearly. She had a deep sense of family and community, generous with her time and labour.
Maureen’s family and friends are warmly invited to attend her celebration of life service that will be held in the Chapel of the Mt Gravatt Crematorium 582 Mains Road Macgregor (Within the grounds of the Mt Gravatt Cemetery) on Tuesday 2nd April 2019 commencing at 11:00am.

Where

Mt Gravatt Crematorium

When

Tuesday 2nd April 2019

Time

11:00 am

Address

582 Mains Road Macgregor (Within the grounds of the Mt Gravatt Cemetery)

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