In Loving Memory
Maria Johanna ‘Marion’ Van Hamond

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Maria Johanna ‘Marion’ Van Hamond
Passed away peacefully
on 13th August 2020. Aged 86 years.
Loving mother of 7 children.
Fond mother-in-law of 7.
Caring oma of 18.
Adored great oma of 40
and 2 great great grandchildren.
Loved sister and sister-in-law to 1.

A Funeral service for
Marion will be held at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home,
190 Princes Highway Pakenham on
Thursday 20th August 2020
commencing at 1.30pm.
A private cremation will follow.
Invite only 
due to the
current Government restrictions

Please click on the link below to view
the live stream Funeral Service for Marion,
which is scheduled to commence at
1:30 p.m. on Thursday 20th August 2020.

Click to view live stream of Marion’s service

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  1. My heart aches for you dear Marion, was a pleasure to know you and Took care of you . I’m so sad and still now ,to hear that you gone. May you Rest In Peace.
    My dearest condolences to the family.

    Raijeli Billing
  2. Nanna, you will be missed but never forgotten.I was lucky to spend so much of my childhood at your place or on one of our massive family holidays camping along the foreshore. So many family get togethers. You were always smiling and happy. You will be missed. Xxxxx your loving grandchild – Michelle

    Michelle Foster
  3. Hi John, Bert, Tony, Adrian & Mary & families,
    I am so sorry for the loss of your dear mum in these circumstances. You will miss your strong, caring matriarch but I praise God for the legacy she has left you. She adored you all. The service was beautiful and you all spoke beautifully of her. It reflected well who she was and all she meant to you. May God’s loving arms of strength. peace and comfort hold and sustain you in the coming days as you grieve. Much love, Ange & co.

    Angela van der Leeuw
  4. Oma, your infectious smile, love of life, thoughtfulness of others will always be remembered by me. You will be greatly loved and forever missed.
    You were a huge influence in the person I am today and for that I will eternally be great full.

    Jason Ham
  5. Watching the farewell service to Marion was a privilege. My heart aches for the entire family at this time – but especially for those whom I know personally – Tony and Margaret and family and Mary and Michael. The Ham family connected to Maranatha Christian School has contributed so much to my family and the wider Maranatha community and we are grateful. I heartily endorse the words spoken at the Service – Marion is now in a far better place and I trust that her release from earthly bonds will prove to be liberating for all the family members, in spite of the sense of loss which you are experiencing. You all did so well in caring for her – thank you. What a testimony to our sad old world. Keep loving each other – just as she loved you. And know, beyond a doubt that your Mum/Grandma is extremely proud of you. Yours sincerely, Lynne Dickson.

    Lynne Dickson
  6. Marian was a very gentle and happy soul and always cared for the people around her at outlook gardens. Marian was always the first to sing during activities and her eyes always lit up when she knew the song. Work will not be the same without Marian and we will hold the memories we shared with her, forever in our hearts. You will be deeply missed Marian. rest in paradise

    Ash phillips