Funeral Tribute



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Valerie Margaret Makin – Lambert.

Originally from Newcastle New South Wales and Late of Quinlan Street Bracken Ridge.

Valerie passed away peacefully at “The Prince Charles Hospital” on Tuesday 1st March 2022.

At the time of her passing Valerie was a young 79 years.

Valerie leaves behind her forever loving soul mate Barrie, her adoring children, Louisa, Stephen, Craig, Barry, Melinda, Geoffrey, and their partners.

Valerie or Grandma as she was better known will also be sadly missed by her doating grandchildren Carlene, Michael, Mitchell, Nathan, Maddison, Jasmine, Kaitlin, Grace, Lachlan, Kathrine. And great grandchildren (Cooper, Olivia, Ivy, Jaylah, Noah, Tyler, Elijah, Wyatt, Xavvier, Samuel, Phoenix each of whom will have fond memories of her because of that special bond that can only exist between a grandparent and grandchild.

At this time Valerie’s family would like to thank the Doctors, Nurses, and Support staff of “the Prince Charles Hospital” for the care and attention that they showed to Valerie and her family that made her final days as happy and peaceful as possible.

Valerie’s family and friends are warmly invited to attend her celebration of life service that will be held in the chapel of the Pinnaroo Crematorium 285 Graham Road Bridgeman Downs (Within the grounds of the Pinnaroo Lawn Cemetery) on Thursday 10th March 2022 commencing at 2:00 Pm.


Pinnaroo Crematorium Bridgeman Downs


Thursday 10th March 2022


2:00 pm


285 Graham Road Bridgeman Downs Queensland (Within the gorunds of the Pinnaroo Cemetery)



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