Family and friends of the late Rhonda Seymour are invited to attend the celebration of her life which will take place at the Evergreen Chapel, Lester & Son Funeral Home, 359 Wantigong St, North Albury on Tuesday 28th January 2020 commencing at 10.00 am. At the conclusion of the service, the cortege will leave for the Glenmorus Gardens Cemetery, 54 Glenmorus St Glenroy.


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  1. Leanne Ortiz  January 24, 2020

    Fond memories of a kind Aunt, from the many Seymour gatherings to one of my first jobs at Target. Free at last to rest peacefully with Terry. RIP Rhonda. Leanne, Michael & Famiy.

  2. Pam Jowett  January 25, 2020

    Deepest sympathy to Rhonda’s family. I did not know Rhonda until she moved into the Hume Retirement Village, Rhonda moved in the same day as I did and lived next door to me in unit 15. She was a very quiet neighbour, easy to get on with and a very nice and gentle person, She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.

  3. Family  January 25, 2020

    Rhonda Maureen Seymour.
    Born 18.7.1942.
    To Alan and Elsie Lord.

    Wife of Terry.Tex.
    Nan of Emma and Abbey
    Mother of Noel.

    Passed away at Mercy Place.
    On 12.1.20.
    The mind left in 2018
    The soul left on the 12.1.20

    A lover of the Australian Open taken from us in 2018 by a Stroke during the Open. Then your soul leaves us during the 2020 AO.

    I remember in 1975 at Kooyong Dad yourself and I watching the great Ken Rosewall. Then Mark Edmondson taking on John Newcomb in 1976 on the black and white TV at 392 and no one was allowed to leave. Your love of Wimbelon.

    Snap, Bluey, Lincs and Moorey all remember the lady in the Falcon. They send their thoughts. And your special name is forever engraved MOY.

    You lived a harder life then any saw or knew.
    You lived it in sickness and closed doors. Well open them now and relax.
    Enjoy the peace . May you meet up with Dad and finally decide which garden patch is better. Although Missee may share a opinion. Enjoy watching the girls journey thru their lives together as Pop and Nan. Sing the Abbey song and prune the M tree together.

    So Rest in peace and may foot foot and foot be told before you arrive.

    Love you and Thank You.

  4. Kath Dickinson  January 29, 2020

    Loving memories of you Rhonda as a great Sister-In-Law. So sad to lose you, but your troubles are now all over and you are once again dancing in Terry’s loving arms.

    Fond memories of happy holidays shared.

    Love Kath.


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