In Loving Memory
Jennie Coventry

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Family and friends are invited to
celebrate the life of Jennie Coventry at
David W Bull Drouin Funeral Home
2 Porter Place Drouin on
Monday 23rd November 2020
commencing at 10:30 a.m.
A burial will follow at the
Springvale Botanical Cemetery
600 Princes Highway Springvale
in the MAR Synnot Lawn

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  1. Dear Annie, your Mum was such a happy spirit, who always had a ready smile. She loved her music! She was a beautiful soul, who brought up a beautiful daughter.
    I am so sorry that you have lost her in the same year as your beloved Greg: that’s really tough and my loving thoughts are going out to you.

    Jenny Hall
  2. Your battle is over. Your rest is well earned. Please God fold your arms around her. Rest in peace in God’s care. Our thoughts go out to Annie and all her family.

    Kay and david and family
  3. Our deepest sympathies to the Coventry family at the passing of their wonderful and caring mother. We remember Auty Jennie as being that special bond that holds the family together. She was adored by all and gave us all support, which we will cherish forever.

    James Armstrong and family
    • Deepest sympathy to you all. The beautiful photos of Auntie Jennie with her unforgettable smile – I can hear her laugh. Always a quiet and solid support to us. Great memories of her looking after John and I when Kathy took ill. We stayed with the family in Kynton, making what could have been a stressful time fun and joyful. Thank you Auntie Jen. We will miss you. Maggie, Lachie and family.

      Maggie Shaw
  4. I will always remember Auntie Jennie as the most cheerful and caring lady in our family, a laugh that brought joy , a storyteller that brought a wry smile to even the most serious of listeners , loyal steadfast and above all compassionate . A fair dinkum bright spark has left us … Big love to Anne and the whole fam
    The angels of heaven will be glad to have her back
    there will be flowers

    John Armstrong
  5. To our dear Annie, Helen, Ross ,Ailsa and each of your families.
    Jennie, your beloved mother and grandmother was a very valued member of our organisation as a proud former trainee nurse of the Royal Children’s Hospital.We loved her cheerful nature and her enthusiasm for maintaining her ties with RCH and other nurses by attending our annual lunch.
    We considered her our”Senior Active” member. We acknowledge her long life of service to her family, to nursing and to her community and her faith.
    Deepest sympathy on her passing is extended to all who loved her.
    Rest In Peace Jennie.
    Love and caring thoughts to family and especially to our committee member Annie Hardham.
    From the President and Committee.
    Royal Children’s Hospital League of Former Trainees and Associates. Inc.

    Dianne Paul, RCHLOFT , President and Committee
    • Such a wonderful tribute to our darling Mum Di. She loved you girls even though none of us were of her era, she never wanted to miss the opportunity of catching up at the Reunions. Profound thanks to the Committee of LOFT for the love and respect you never ceased to give her.
      Thank you dearest Di xx

      Anne Hardham
  6. Annie,
    Please accept my deepest sympathy on the loss of your mother . Mothers play such an important part in our lives , their loss is irreplaceable , but fortunately the memories last a lifetime . I’m glad I was able to watch the beautiful service yesterday.
    Hope to see you soon

    Kerry Gray