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Margaret “Peg” Hickingbotham

My two nieces, Beth and Peggy, used to come out to Riddell Road and visit us with their mother, “Missus”, during school holidays. Being the youngest, I had to help with the housework and of course I had to take them everywhere. There was only eight or nine years difference in our ages, so being called “Uncle” was out of the question.

Margaret “Peg” Hickingbotham

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Dr Chee-Seong Lee OAM

Deepest condolence to Aunt Margaret, Paul and Sylvia. I remember Uncle Chee Seong as a soft spoken, kind person. During my student days in Melbourne, I remember staying over sometimes at his home and enjoyed the hospitality of he, Paul and Aunty Margaret. As Uncle Chee Seong recollected his arduous journey of study, that took him from Taiwan, to Ethiopia and finally Australia, I marvelled at his determination. Uncle Chee Seong and his family also invited me to join their church activities, and years later I began to appreciate their efforts in sowing the gospel into my life. The battle with illness has been draining and he has truly lived out what Saint Paul said in 2 Timothy 4: "I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness... May his soul rest in peace. Love. Peggy, Freddie, Ben and Chris.

Dr Chee-Seong Lee OAM

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Nannette Christina Burfitt

Mum and Grandma, we all miss you very much and cant believe its been a year already. We think of you everyday and pray that you are now pain free and watching over us all in heaven. Lots of Love Always Andrew, Emma, Josiah and Kaden

Nannette Christina Burfitt

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