In Loving Memory
Anne Stewart “Nancy” Kerr

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Anne Stewart (Nancy) Kerr (Nee Erskine)
Passed away peacefully 20.09.2020.
Loving Wife of John Henry Kerr (Dec).
Adored Mother and Mother-in-law of
Robert and Penny,
Bruce and Pat, Max and Anne,
Wendy and John,
Graeme (Dec’d), Judy and Gary.
Beloved Nanna to 12 Grandchildren
and 12 Great-grandchildren.

Forever in our hearts.

A Funeral service for Nancy
will be held in the Cirrus Chapel at
Bunurong Memorial Park
790 Frankston-Dandenong Road
Dandenong South on
Friday 25th September 2020
commencing at 2:00 p.m.
A burial will follow in the
Monumental section of the cemetery.

Invite only
due to the
current Government restrictions
maximum of 10 may attend

Please click on the link below to view
the live stream Chapel Service for Nancy
which is scheduled to commence at
2:00 p.m. on Friday 25th September 2020.

Click here to view the live stream of Nancy’s Chapel service

Click here to view the live stream of Nancy’s graveside committal

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  1. Sincere condolences to the Kerr Family,
    We have such fond memories of Nancy, a lovely lady that was always there for her family.
    Lots of love,
    Chris & Angie Innes x

    Chris innes
  2. We fondly remember Auntie Nancy for her kindness and send our love and condolences to our cousins and their families. We will be with you in our thoughts and prayers today. With much love Lyn (Lynette Kerr) and John and families.

    Lyn Bridge
  3. Our thoughts, love and prayers to the Kerr family as you reflect on the life of precious Auntie Nancy.
    With love, Melissa, Craig, Annelise and William

    Melissa Adam
  4. Our condolences to the Kerr family. A life to be celebrated and memories to treasure. Special thoughts and love to those who cannot attend today.

    Jenny and Phil Davrain
  5. Dear Kerr and Erskine family trees.

    It is with sadness and sorrow that I add my condolensences to the immeasurable number of people who will miss Aunty Nancy.

    I have so many fond memories of Aunty Nancy (and Uncle John) from when I was young staying over, (learning to dance with Saturday Night Fever – Judy, so many memories – that’s just one) and hoping to see my cousins, all so much older and busier than me.

    Every visit was enjoyable, and the kindness real. I know Aunty Nancy lived a beautiful life and I am so very sorry for your loss.

    To all, my thoughts and prays are with you in this saddest of times.


    McKenzie Jones
  6. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the Kerr family.
    A beautiful and loving lady who treated my family as her own.
    R.I.P. Nancy
    Gary and Glenys Alexander

    Gary Alexander
  7. Rest in peace, Nanna. You have left behind a fantastic legacy & example of always being ‘family first’. Gone but never forgotten. I will look forward to another serve of the famous apple sponge when we meet again one day. Love, George & Catiray Brooks

    George Brooks
  8. Judy, on behalf of your close family at William Adams, we wish to pass on our deepest and most sincere condolences to you, Gary and your family on the passing of your Mother, Nancy. It was a beautiful service, delivered with such love. We want to let you know that we are here to support you in any way we can.

    Fabio Minuzzo
    • Dearest Nanna, Your memory will always be eternal in our hearts. I have so many wonderful memories of us growing up and spending time with you. Your passion for family, cheerful laugh and smile will always be treasured.
      Love Michael, Suzy & Sophie

      Michael, Suzy & Sophie Kerr
  9. Our Deepest Condolences to
    Robert and Penny, Bruce and Pat, Max and Anne,
    Wendy and John, Judy and Gary and Families

    From Maria Cimino and
    Vivian and Pat Tomaino and Family

    Vivian and Pat Tomaino
  10. A sad day for the loss of Auntie Nancy and the closing of a chapter of the Kerr family. We remember her fondly for her drive, cheekiness and high spirits. She was always kind and loved her family. I have fond memories of Auntie Nancy and Uncle John visiting us at KyValley. Love to all the cousins David, Melitta, Lachlan & Hamish Kerr

    David Kerr
  11. Thinking of you all during this time and know the fondest of memories will help you find a smile when thinking of Nance/Mum/Nanna.

    Ash and Lex McComb
  12. Thinking of you all at this sad time. Your mum was a beautiful lady. Treasure the wonderful memories. Love Yvette and Jeff Cox. xx

    Yvette and Jeff Cox
  13. You will always be missed Nana. We will always remember looking for your favourite handbag (plastic shopping bag) around the house when it was misplaced, which we always found in the bathtub

    Joel and Leanda Kerr
  14. My sincere condolences to all the family..
    And feel conforted Nancy is at peace and close to her dear ones..
    It was a beautiful ceremony. Well done Rob

    Bernadette De Coster
  15. To our beautiful Nanna, we have the fondest memories and feel so blessed to have shared so many amazing memories with you!! From the fun sleepovers with my two sweet cousins Lauren and Amy when we were little, the 2nd draw where we could always find a cool mint, to dressing up as teenagers in your ball gowns and adding a bit of lippy
    before showing you!! I’ll always loved my Thursday visits to you and pa when I was in my 20’s, I loved you and Pa both spent so much time with Wes and feel blessed you met our Children and loved them dearly!! You were truly the best, you taught us family always comes first!! We love you and are glad you are with Pa and Graham again!!!

  16. Yesterday when joining you for the service I felt such a sense of loss yet connection with you all. It was a mix of sadness for an era past but joy and hope for all of your families that follow. I have so many memories of Nancy and John and at various times, you all visiting the farm. A boat on the Kyvalley farm in which we all go in, Max on the back of a motorbike with Graham running beside, and Nancy busy back in the house with mum (Pat) while John and Geoff toured the farm. Happy memories which only scratch the surface of those that you all shared together. I especially remembered and laughed at the rule that the younger kids were forbidden to look out the widow of the prized window seats in the back! While it is a time of sadness, please know that we are thinking of you at this time of loss, Love Kathryn (Kerr), Stephen, Sonia and Adele. xxxxx

    Kathryn Goozee