Lorna Nancy NOSKE
Dear Sue, Rob, Chris & Jane.
My condolences for the loss of Auntie Lorna. Like Mandy, I have many fond memories of Auntie Lorna and Uncle Edgar throughout my childhood especially the get togethers at FourPost with the combined families.
It was a lovely service and I wish I could have been there in person with you but circumstances prevent that from occurring.
Auntie Lorna was such a nice person and was always very kind to me as I grew up.
Thinking of you all at this time and hopefully in the near future some time we can catch upJanuary 11, 2024
May you Rest In Peace , Lorna – a beautiful lady and a long life well lived .January 11, 2024
Love James and Lorraine, Paul and Kate .
Dear Sue, Rob, Jane, Tony and Chris.January 10, 2024
I have so many memories of Aunty Lorna throughout my life. So gentle and calm, tolerant, patient and always grateful. She had such a positive attitude. A true achievement to have reached the age of 100. A wonderful woman.
I will be thinking of you all tomorrow.
My sincere condolences to Sue, Rob and all of your family on the passing of Lorna.January 10, 2024
A beautiful lady who I had the pleasure of becoming her friend.
Wonderful memories of our Friday afternoons pampering, laughing and sharing beautiful memories I will treasure forever.
Will miss our chats and your beautiful smile. 💖
Sue & Rob, Jane & Tony, Chris,January 10, 2024
My sympathy on the passing of your dear mother, Lorna. I hold many fond memories of Saturday afternoons during the 1970’s, spent together with her, playing cards and pool. What a great age she achieved!
With deepest sympathy,
Dianne Crozier (Evans).