Family and friends of the late Lynette Graham are invited to the celebration of her life which will take place at St Andrews Presbyterian Church, 402 Wagga Rd, Lavington on Monday 14th October 2019 commencing at 10.30am, followed by a private cremation.


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  1. Graham Family  October 9, 2019

    Lynette Graham

    12.11.1946 – 05.10.2019

    Passed away peacefully at the Mercy Hospital. Loved wife of Richard (dec). Much loved mother of Sharon (dec), Jason & Scott. Devoted Nan of nine grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.

    In our hearts you will stay.
    Loved and remembered every day.

  2. Di Archer  October 10, 2019

    Scott and Jason,
    The loss of a mother is one of the hardest things in life you will ever have to go though.
    The women who carried you for nine months and loved you both unconditionally even before you entered the world.
    The women who tried and did her best for her family after the loss of your sister and her beloved husband, your
    So now take comfort in knowing spiritually she is at peace rejoicing with them both.
    Sending you both my love and strength to help you though this sad day.

  3. Patricia Dickson  October 11, 2019

    My dearest friend,
    Never did I think I would be writing this letter, certainly not in this recent time. “We Two were invincible” , so I thought, but like everything in this world, nothing is ever positive.
    Lynne Iv’e been sitting at home these past few days remembering our many, many shared times with you, Richard, Dad, our children and our families. Good times, fun times, sad times.
    You and I first met in the early seventies. Dad had moved to Albury with Borg Warner, and when the kids and I arrived in Albury to live with Dad, we first met you, Richard and the kids.
    We immediately bonded and had some wonderful times together Parties, Dinners, Dances, Holidays, Picnics, Weekends, Fishing. We were always there for each other, one large family, sharing our joys, sadnesses, fun times, supporting each other. We had our share of heartbreaks – Sharon, Richard, being the ones that hit us badly and then of course Bill (my dad). But still we carried on.
    Lynne, I have so many memories of our times together, they will always be with me. We’ve certainly shared a multitude of happenings – some not as good as others but all combining to make our lives a very wonderful and memorable time.
    Mate. I’m going to miss you so much, Maybe I won’t be that far behind you – just set the place up ready for my arrival. You always were the one looking out for me.
    Will never forget you,
    Love Pat.


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