BEASLEY, Shirley MayPrint
Only daughter of Charles and Kathleen (Tassie) Beasley of Eurack. Loved sister of Jack (dec) and George. Sister in law of Claire, Aunty to Vincent (dec), Pauline and Stephen (dec), Leona and Graham, Helen and Ross. Great Aunt to Katelyn, Bianca and Tom, Ebony and Jacob, Jez and Ila. Great, great Aunt to Jyda and Hudson.
Funeral NoticeService: Monday September 7, 2020
The Funeral of Ms. Shirley May Beasley will be live-streamed on Monday, September 7, 2020 commencing at 11 a.m.
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It is with heavy heart that I write this tribute, in memory of dear Shirley.
Shirley was a loving and caring woman, and I was blessed to get to know her. Shirley taught me how to be a straight-talker “no b-s”!
She will be sadly missed.
My heart and prayers go out to the rest of the family at this time of our loss.
Pita Matasau on behalf of the Matasau family. Northern NSW
To the Beasley Family,
What a wonderful family you have all been to your Aunty Shirley. You should be all so proud of yourselves for the selfless care and kindness that you have shown her over years.
Sending you all our blessings and prayers.
Josie, Anna, Carolyn, Chris & Peter Carew
My thoughts go out to George, Claire, Pauline, Leona, Helen and family, RIP Aunty Shirley
Love Carolyn and family
Rest In Peace Aunty Shirley thinking of George, Claire and you all with Love
Loved and respected by all that knew her.
Shirley was an inspiration to all in many ways.
Wonderful and treasured memories of Shirley from the Murrungowar and Orbost years.
Aileen Jensen and family
I was very saddened to learn that Shirley had passed away last week. I admired her greatly for her “never give up” approach to life. My deepest sympathy to Helen and Leona and all her loving family. Shirley took me under her wing when I started Lawn Bowls at Colac Central in 2005. In 2006, she took me to Torquay to play in a Regional Novice Singles event, and further accompanied me to Melbourne to compete in the State Novice Singles for 2006/2007. She was very encouraging and supportive and became a great mentor to myself, Joan and Betty, as she “skippered” our team in many Ladies Invitation Tournaments over the next few years. I feel honoured to have known her and shared a small part of her life.
Thank you Helen and family for the moving tribute. I had a few chuckles as her personality shone through your stories, and I remembered my times with her.
So sorry to hear of Shirley’s passing. She was part of our family for many years at Murrungower and Orbost and a dear friend , especially to Joan. Christmases and birthdays were always remembered with a $20 note and scratches each year.
Shirley was a wonderful lady whom we met and spent many holidays, gatherings etc at Orbost House during her time as herd tester.
Margaret Forer- Glasheen.