In Loving Memory
Winifred Molly Macreadie

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Winifred (Win) Molly  Macreadie (Nee Michelmore)
Passed away peacefully 12th August
at Millhaven Lodge, aged 93 years.
Dearly loved wife of Bill (dec).
Much loved mother of Linda, Val,
Carol, Bronwyn, Pauline and Will.
Loved Nanna/Grandma of 13 grandchildren,
and Great-Grandma of 11 great-grandchildren.
A long life well-lived.

A Funeral service to celebrate
the life of
Win will be held at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home,
190 Princes Highway, Pakenham on
Monday 24th August 2020

commencing at 10:30 a.m.
A burial will follow at the
Pakenham Cemetery,
Thewlis Road Pakenham

Invite only due to the
current Government restrictions

Please click on the link below to view
the live stream Funeral Service for Win
which is scheduled to commence at
10:30 a.m. on Monday 24th August 2020.

Click to view live stream of Win’s service

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  1. Win was a lovely lady who always had time for everyone.
    My sincere sympathy goes to the family who have lost a matriarch

    Olive Elston
  2. Deepest sympathy to Win’s family. I will miss her in church as she always sat in front of me. She was a lovely lady. RIP Win.

    Lyn Stephenson
  3. On behalf of the Tynong North Friday Group I would like to send our condolences to Wyn’s family.
    Wyn was a much loved member of our friendship group and we shall miss her greatly and remember her
    for her beautiful contribution to our Friday morning group. She will be greatly missed.

    Kath Hardiker
  4. With great sympathy for all of you from her Alberta Canada “family”, she was much loved and we so enjoyed her visits.

    Jim & Charleen Teasdale
  5. Win was a much treasured member of Women on Farms who will be sadly missed by all our members. Rest in peace Win. Condolences to all Wins family.

    Joan Templar
  6. i know a message has been sent on behalf of West Gippsland Women on Farms but I would just like to add that I always remember Win’s happy smile when she joined us on our monthly visits and other activities and how determined she was to get out for walk if the terrain wasn’t too bumpy.
    My best wishes and condolences from Margaret Young President West Gippsland Women on Farms.

    Margaret Young
  7. Fond memories of shared canteen duties at KooWeeRup High School, and chats when we would bump into each in the street. Rest easy Win, sincere condolences to the family.
    Pat Gunton and family.

    Patricia Gunton
  8. Dear Will, Amanda, Max & family

    We are incredibly sad to hear of the passing of Winnie. We have heard so many amazing stories over the years of Winnie especially on the farm.

    We send you lots of love and strength at this tough time. You are in our thoughts.

    Adam, Michelle, Lenny & Abi xxx

    Adam, Michelle, Lenny and Abi
  9. Aunt Winnie is fondly remembered for her welcomes, her smiles and her kind and supportive disposition. Love to all her family who will greatly miss her.

    Ian Macreadie and Jo Macreadie
  10. Win, You were a lovely, true Aussie rural woman. Every conversation I had with you was a delight. Rest in peace and condolences to your family.

    Margaret Kingman
  11. Win was a lovely , down to earth lady , will miss seeing her at our wof days .Deepest sympathy to her family .Bye Win .

    Maureen Cogo
  12. Our thoughts are with you all at this time.
    Auntie Winnie was a lovely lady and will be sadly missed.

    Anne & Ross Anderson and Janey & Chris Preston
  13. Deepest condolences to all the family on this sad occasion.
    Gone to be with Uncle Bill now.
    Rest in Peace

    Carina Woolcomb (Charlesworth)
  14. Win welcomed my late husband Eric and I to the Uniting Church service back in 2007 when we moved to Pakenham. Her smile and happy outlook will remain a happy memory and she will be missed by many.

    Gillian Day
  15. Just wanted to let the family know I watched Wins funeral on my IPad and found the service very moving, comforting and a celebration of Wins life. I’m sure she would have enjoyed her send off. RIP Win after a wonderful life. Hugs to all.

    Joan Templar
  16. Win, your smile would always light up the room. Memories of a very genuine and beautiful lady in every sense. Deepest condolences to your family.

    Glenda Glare
  17. Greatly missed member of the Nar Nar Goon farming community. Bill and Win were always strong advocates for improvement of the Dairy Industry.

    David & Sue Young
  18. When sorrow touches loving hearts and grief is hard to bear.
    Remember all those happy days you were so blessed to share.

    We will miss you Win.

    John and Jannie Crow
  19. Win was a beautiful lady.
    I enjoyed Win’s friendship through the Tynong North Friday Group and will miss her greatly.
    My sympathy to Win’s family.
    Wilma Coleman

    Wilma Coleman