Yvonne Cahalan

In loving memory of Yvonne Cahalan (Nee Cox) – formally Moy.

14th October 1942 – 22nd September 2022.

Adored wife of Paul John Cahalan (dec)

Loving Mother of Suzanne, Jenni, Michelle (dec), David, Glenn, Paul and Peta.

Sister of Grant and Rod (dec)

Grandmother to 12, Tim, Madison, Codey, Billie, Kealy, Josh, Harrison, Aqua, Cougar, Sunny, Stewart and Angus.

Great Grandmother to Xanthe and Hazel.

In lieu of flowers please bring your favorite photo of Yvonne and brief written memory or send to Suzanne Corbett 6/74 Owen Street, Huskisson NSW 2540.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Celebration of Yvonne’s Life at Broulee Memorial Gardens, 195 Broulee Road, Broulee NSW on Thursday 29th September at 11.00am.

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  • Athena and Alex Wright
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    Our deepest condolences to Yvonne’s family. Paul and Yvonne lived next door to us in our compound in Riyadh. They were wonderful neighbours and friends, especially Yvonne who was always up for a chat and a glass of wine.
    We shall remember her with loving memories.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  • Joan & Gavin Carpenter
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    Great memories of Tennant Creek days. Known by all and a great friend. Sorry we have never caught up over the years, it was on the agenda but never made it.
    RIP Yvonne, condolences, best wishes and kindest regards to all.

  • Darcy and Sue Schiemer
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    Great thoughts and wonderful memories! We were fortunate enough to be guests of Paul and Yvonne both in Laos and Vietnam for some weeks and are left with beautiful memories. Our sympathies to their families and our .deepfelt sorrow on receiving Yvonne’s news. So hard to believe and come to terms with .
    Poor health will not allow us to travel but we will be there in Spirit. She will never be forgotten!

  • LES and Francis King
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    Condolences to all of Yvonne family .Sorry to hear of her passing.We were neighbours in Batemans Bay.Great memories of fun times with her and Paul.Always happy to have a chat.She will be missed by all.

  • Ragia Hetata
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    My dearest friend Yvonne, my soulmate, you were and will remain my best friend and in my heart and mind and forever. Knowing you was one of the best things that happened in my life. Your grace, kindness and intellectual and emotional richness are beyond par.
    You have gone to join beloved Paul and Jenn with your other loved ones, a trip we have to accept but hard to endure. My only consolation is that you left with your family and their love surrounding you. Rest In Peace my dearest friend. My sincere condolences to your wonderful family and May God grant your family the needed patience and strength to endure your loss. Love you forever Yvonne

  • Ragia Hetata
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    I sincerely apologize for writing in error Jenni’s name instead of Michelle’s. My sincere apologies

  • Susan Daou
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    So saddened by the news of the passing dear Yvonne. Such a big loss. She was a very kind and caring person . Both Paul and Yvonne remain in our hearts forever. The beautiful memories of times shared in Saudi Arabia through the Australian Embassy and as friends will always be treasured. It was an honor knowing them both. My deepest and sincere heartfelt condolences to all the family. May she Rest In Peace.
    Susan Daou and family

  • Barbara and John
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    Our condolences to the family. Thinking of you

  • Mimi
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    Sad to hear about Yvonne. Paul and Yvonne were great friends from Riyadh. Hope they are enjoying their reunion in heaven.
    With our condolences,
    John and Mimi

  • Janice McCluskey
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    Such sad news on the passing of such a special, fun and caring lady. We were lucky enough to share happy times with Yvonne and Paul in Singapore and have fond memories of a marvellous holiday together to Cambodia Although returning to retire in different parts of Australia we managed a catch up in Tweed Heads before Paul passed and then kept in touch with Yvonne with long chats on the phone. Rest in Peace dear friend. Back together again. Our deepest sympathy to all family and friends.
    Ric and Janice

  • Nancy and Ken Morton
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    We will miss you our friendship which started many years ago in our pony club days. When there was an event on Yvonne would ring and offer our family a bed plus horses. Michelle and Trevor were good mates.
    In later years we would catch up when we went to Nowra music festival.
    I would know as soon as I answered phone it was Yvonne she would always say “good day” in her way.
    Ken and I would have loved to be with you but the 29th Sept is our 60th wedding anniversary and Ken made special arrangements booked and paid for as a surprise for me.
    Goodbye to Blondie as we called her ,now she will be with Paul again.
    Condolences and love to all the family
    Nancy and Ken

  • Zayaan Jadwat
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    My deepest condolences to Aunty Yvonne’s family, I pray that God gives you all strength and blessings.

    Aunty Yvonne and Uncle Paul were like other grandparents to my brother Khashif and I, and our first memories were with them in Riyadh. Aunty Yvonne and Uncle Paul will be reunited in heaven together, and are forever in our hearts.

    Hard to believe that you are gone Aunty Yvonne, I love you lots and we will miss you greatly.

    Lots of love,
    Zayaan

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