In Loving Memory
Jean Frances Worcester

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Jean Frances Worcester (nee Walker)
25.07.1920 – 23.10.2018
Loved wife of Tom (dec.).
Daughter of the late John and Myrtle Walker.
Sister of Wilbur and George (both dec).
Sister and sister-in-law of Keith and Joyce Walker (Ottaway, Canada).
Loved stepmother of Kevin, Brian and Frank and families.
Long time friend of Jeanette Mowbray.
Loving Memories

A Graveside service for
Mrs Jean Frances Worcester (Late of Warragul)
will be held at the Warragul Cemetery
corner Victoria and Sutton Streets, Warragul on
Monday October 29th 2018 commencing at 2:00 p.m.

Condolences / Guest Book

  1. My name is David Walker and my Aunt Jean was the sister of my Dad Keith Walker.

    I grew up in Canada and although Aunt Jean lived far away she often sent me and my brother Peter thoughtful little gifts and souvenirs from Australia. We eagerly awaited her packages and letters.

    In the early 1970s when I was 10 I got to meet her and Tom and I remember their interesting house, ospitality and stories they shared with us about growing up with my dad.

    Great memories. We will all miss her.

    David and Mary Walker
    St. Jakobs Strasse 12
    Basel, Switzerland

    David and Mary Walker
  2. I am Keith Walker the brother of Jean and I am living in Ottawa Canada. Jean was ten years older than me and as an elder sister she would look after me as her little brother. I can remember her often giving me my bath. My family, wife Joyce and sons Peter and David visited Jean and husband Tom after their marriage and I made many visits to Jean later when she lived in Warragul. I look back on our life together she was always my Older sister and gave me special attention. Even though I knew her long life was close to ending it was a shock to me when when it happened but I have many fond memories.

    Keith Walker
  3. Condolences from Peter & Lori Walker to Aunt Jean, her family, and her friends

    Aunt Jean, sister to my father Keith Walker, and Tom warmly welcomed us during our visit to Australia when I was a boy and later she welcomed my wife and I to her home after we were married.

    She always remembered us and our children Alison & Curtis on birthdays and Christmas with cards, calendars, and tea towels featuring Australian wildlife and places so we would better know our Australian roots.

    Although we were saddened by the news, we will always warmly remember her.

    Peter, Lori, Alison, and Curtis Walker
    Cambridge, Ontario, Canada

    Peter, Lori, Alison, and Curtis Walker