KERVIN, Anthea Joy (née Barwood)Print
Daughter of Win and Dick Barwood. Little sister of Peter and Margot.
Loved wife of Frank. Mother of Susan, Richard and Peter. Mother-in-law of Graydon, Honnie and Belinda. Grandmother of Charlotte and Nicholas; Elise and William; Alexander and Matthew.
Funeral NoticePrivate service
Due to Government restrictions, a private service will be held.
A Memorial Service will be held once restrictions are lifted.
23 tributes Leave your tribute
To Frank and family, thinking of you all at this time, wonderful caring lady gone to Gods care.
Frank,sue,Richard,Peter and your families,my deepest sympathy on the passing of your dear Anthea. I’m privileged to have known grown up with the Kervin family in church street and have very strong memories of Anthea.. May she rest in peace. Love always Mandi Park(Bowen)
Dear Frank and family our sympathy at this time. Anthea welcomed us into her family and your family years ago. Many precious memories of our times together. RIP Anthea.
Jan and Brian Munro. Leeton NSW
To Frank, Sue, Richard and Peter. I am saddened by the passing of Anthea a loved wile and mother, the years fly by have so many happy memories of time shared at 28 Fyans st. Weekends away attending parties and dances. Together we traveled many miles always enjoying our adventures. To Margot you have lost your anchor but what a wonderful bag full of happy times you shared within your family when this is over shall call for a good chat.May God hold you all in the palm of his hand. God bless.
Love. Eileen and Mick
Deepest sympathy to Frank and families. I will cherish the memories of working with Anthea many years ago at Pound Rd. A beautiful, witty lady that absolutely loved her family, she radiated with love whenever she spoke of them all. Rest in peace Anthea. Love Helena
To Frank Sue. Richard and. Peter. We are saddened to learn of the passing of Anthea a loved. Wife and. Mother
So many happy memories shared at 28 Fyans St.the many miles travelled together to attend parties and dances . rest well Anthea. To Margot you have lost your anchor but have so many happy memories shared as a happy family . When this over will call for a good chat. may God hold you all in the palm of his hand. God Bless. Love. Eileen and Mick.
Rest in peace beautiful lady. When you taught me in school I couldn’t wait to see you each day because you were like a fashion model. You were so loved and so respected, Anthea. Love to all the family and may you sleep peacefully ❤❤
Deepest sympathy to Frank and family on the sad passing of Anthea.
A great neighbour and friend who will be sadly missed.
Doug and Carole Swanson
Deepest sympathy to Frank and the Kervin and Barwood families at this sad time
Vince Vinci & family
Deepest sympathy to Frank and family. Will miss our time at the RSL. Rest in Peace Anthea, you suffered enough. Regards
Dear Frank, Sue, Richard and Peter and all your family.
I am saddened to hear of Antheas passing. My Deepest Sympathy to you you all.
Also to Margot and Peter.
I have many fond memories of the family as a youngster when Anthea and Margot, Auntie Win and Uncle Dick visited my Nan and Pop at Castlemaine.
My Nan being Auntie Wins Sister.
With much love to all ,xoxo 💐💐💐💐
Debbie and Family Castlemaine
Dear Frank, Peter and Margot and your families.
My Deepest Sympathy to you all.
Love and blessed memories of our get togethers at Castlemaine.
Marg Tingay (Née Ford)
I wish to convey my deepest sympathy and condolences to Frank and extended families on the very sad loss of such a loving and caring soul mate to you Frank, loving Mother to her beautiful children, devoted Grandmother and loving younger sister to Margot.
Beautiful memories of my Colac High School History teacher, known back in the early 1960’s as Miss Barwood and later Mrs Kervin.
You were simply the best ! I will never forget that left hand, with chalk in hand, writing so confidently on the blackboard in the neatest and most consistently even cursive script ever seen ! When was my job to clean the boards, I found it so hard to permanently remove such an amazing skill ….hated seeing it all rubbed away ! ….the little ‘special’ things we as kids do remember !
Anthea, you were always a dearest friend on a personal level forever toward myself, my Mum and Dad and brother Ian (all now dec’d.) I will miss our many chats Anthea, the great pride you carried in your heart for all in your family so often spoken about with me and your relentless support of all I did as Founder of the Ian Parker Bipolar Research Fund….every chat always ended in the past 14 years with you always confirming ‘With all you have achieved, Ian would be so proud of you Carol ’.
RIP dear best friend. Please give Charlie, Ivy and Ian a big hug from me, til we meet again.
Hi. Frank sorry for your loss its very sad. anthea was a very nice lady and kind and friendly by Matthew harman.
To Dear Frank and family so saddened to hear of your beloved Anthea’s passing. What a lady, I’ll never forget her willingness and kindness to help myself when first introduced into the disability sector. I’ll appreciate everything she taught me and the respect for the industry. RIP our dear Anthea God Bless Frank and his family during this very sad time.
Julie Minster xxx
Deepest sympathy to Frank, Peter, Margot and families. Loving memories of times spent with Uncle Dick and Auntie Win and our cousins, Peter, Margot and Anthea on our visits to Colac.
Frank my deepest sympathy to you on the very sad news if Antheas passing.
Dear Frank, Susan, Richard and Peter,Peter and Margot.
So very sorry to hear of Anthea’s passing.We did not get the news until May 4. Our Sincere Sympathy to you all. Doug and Marlene.
Dear Frank, Susan, Richard, Peter & families
Margot & Peter
We were deeply saddened to hear of Anthea’s passing last week and wish to convey our love, prayers and sympathy to all her family at this very sad time. Our thoughts go back over 40 years of friendship from the time we met each other following our relocation to Colac. Meeting up with Anthea was always an enjoyable time which invariably became a long chat and many laughs. Friendships which go back many years are friendships to be treasured, and Anthea’s friendship will always remain with us.
Anthea, a loving and caring wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, sister and friend – now resting peacefully.
With our love
Betty & John Nisbet
Our deepest sympathies to you all at this very sad time. Like everyone else we have fond memories of Aunty Anthea and the kindness and warmth she always showed. Your eulogy and reflections were extremely heartfelt and the time and consideration that you had obviously spent preparing these were evident to anyone listening.
Our thoughts are with you…….David and Lisa Kervin.
Dear Frank, Susan, Richard, and Peter.Peter and Margot.
So very sorry to hear of Anthea’s passing. We did not get the news until May 4.
Our Sincere Sympathy to you all
Doug and Marlene
Happy childhood memories of visits to Colac to see Great Uncle Dick and Great Auntie Winnie.
Anthea and Margot were always there with hugs, big smiles, and there was always laughter.
It was a lovely farewell for a special lady.
Sincere condolences Frank, to your children, and grandkids.
To you too Peter.
And big hugs to Margot.
Love Kerrie Barnhill
RIP Anthea x0x
Anthea, you played such a inportant role in my life and truly were one of the people i looked up to starting my career and worked beside you for many years at CCDA. Loving thoughts to Frank and family on the passing of the wonderful lady in your lives.