In Loving Memory
Lisa Jan Allardyce


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Lisa Jan Allardyce
Passed away suddenly at
Mercy Care, Albury on
Sunday 14th November 2021
Aged 60 years.
Much loved daughter of
Ken and Jean Allardyce.
Sister of Mark, Wayne, Ross and Craig.

Goodbye dear daughter from your loving mother,
and much love and fondest memories from your brothers.
Now resting peacefully with Dad.

Loved and remembered everyday.
A gentle nature, a heart of gold,
these are the memories we will hold.

 Due to the
current Government restrictions.
attendees must be fully vaccinated 
or have a medical exemption

A Funeral Service for
Lisa will be held
in the Cirrus Chapel
Bunurong Memorial Park
790 Frankston-Dandenong Road,
Dandenong South on

 Wednesday 24th November 2021
commencing at 2.00 p.m.
A private cremation will follow.

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to the family, please leave a message on the
“Leave a condolence” link located on this page.

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  1. Lisa Jane, I only knew you for a few months, but I am going to miss our drives with you singing along to Barnsey, Farnham and the BeeGees.
    Rest in Peacefully with no more pain.

    Joanne Duffy
  2. Dearest Lisa
    You were such a kind soul always wanting to help where ever you could.
    You’re safe in the arms of Jesus now. Will miss you heaps beautiful until we meet again.

    Jenny Flanno
  3. Condolences to Lisa’s family
    We didn’t know Lisa for very long but she was always up for a chat when we seen her, Lisa will be sadly missed
    Rest in peace

    Kristy Towers
  4. Condolences to the family. Lisa touched so many hearts as she moved around the Lavington area, always with a smile and ready for a chat. We even sat together once so she could have a cuddle of my newborn, something I’ll never forget as the joy on her face was priceless.
    May she Rest In Peace

    Amie Flynn
  5. Rest in Peace beautiful Lisa.
    I always loved your regular visits to the Bookstore! Even many years after I finished working there, seeing you at the Plaza or walking in my area, you would always stop for a hug and a chat. You are missed xx

    Shannon Robinson
  6. My daughter Jess & I first meet Lisa the day she arrived in Lavington with nothing but the clothes on her back. The removal truck was longer than expected to arrive Bliss Hairdressing must have been the only business open that was able to offer her help. From that day on Lisa was a regular to the salon always wanting to help, loving when one of the girls were pregnant waiting for their precious new born to arrive with a present & wanting a cuddle. Lisa may not have had a family here but she did have a community that knew & cared for her. Rest peacefully Lisa – safe in the arms of your Dad.
    The family may want to check FB North Albury/Lavington Community page – there are a lot of posts they may want to read

    Denise Horn