JESSIE POLLOCK

POLLOCK, Jessie, Late of Moruya, Sadly passed away on Tuesday 8th August 2023,

At the impressive age of 105 years.

Much loved Wife of Bill (dec).

Adored Mother and Mother In-Law of Alma & Bill (dec), Patrick, Brian (dec) & Jenny and Bill & Carol. Cherished Grandmother and Great Grandmother to all her Grandchildren.

Jessie’s legacy will live on, may those find comfort in the memories we all share.

Jessie’s relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend her service which will be held at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Moruya, commencing at 11.00am on Wednesday 16th August 2023.

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  • GaryRowley, Shane Kitson, Chefs.
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    A wonderful lady, she will always remain in my heart.

  • Elizabeth Craze
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    Dear Jenny and girls, Deepest condolences to all the family. A wonderful lady that had an amazing outlook on life. Rest in Peace Jess.
    Liz Craze

  • Janet Barling
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    Sending sincere condolences to Jenny and the family on the passing of Jessie. She was an amazing person with a sharp mind and a great philosophy on life. Rest in peace Jessie. Janet Barling.

  • Annette Hermens
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    A beautiful lady, who danced up a storm in 1990 at the Debutant Ball that never was! Will cherish the memories & send all my thoughts & love to the family.

  • John Clarke
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    Love to Alma and the Pollock Family. Have wonderful memories of Aunty Jessie. We will miss her when we visit Moruya, but will always have her in our hearts. John and the Clarke Family.

  • John Clarke
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    Love to Alma and the Pollock Family. We have wonderful and long memories of Aunty Jessie, and will miss her whenever we visit Moruya. She will always be in our hearts. John and the Clarke Family.

  • chris and alison mylott
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    love to all the family, sorry we won’t be able to attend service, amazing lady and family

  • Donald Crandell
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    Farewell Aunty Jessie ,sending love and condolences to Alma Patrick & Bill, apologies unable to make the service.love Donald & Dot crandell.

  • Janice de Jager
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    I always remember my mother (Daphne Wishart) saying what a lovely lady Jess was. She leaves a lasting and wonderful legacy

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