STEWART, Barbara Louise (née MacNaughton)Print
Passed away peacefully at St John of God, Geelong, surrounded by her loving family.
Dearly beloved wife of Ken. Treasured mother and mother-in-law of Alison and James, Jennifer and Glenn, Felicity and Kevin, Claire and Mark. Proud and adoring Gran to Gabriel and Simon, James and Thomas, Ava and Harry.
Thank you for the example.
Always a lady.
Funeral NoticeService: Tuesday December 17, 2019
The Funeral of Mrs. Barbara Louise Stewart will be held in the Chapel at Wesley Place, 15 Skene Street, Colac on Tuesday, December 17, 2019 commencing at 1:30 p.m.
In accordance with family wishes, Barbara will be privately cremated.
In lieu of flowers, donations to Love Your Sister would be appreciated. Envelopes will be available at the service.
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Our thoughts are with you, Ken, Alison, Jennifer and Claire and families.
Fred & Merrill O’Donnell
Our Deepest Sympathy to Ken, Alison Jennifer Felicity, Claire and Families.
Always so loving, thoughtful and kind. May she rest in Peace.
Julie & John Sheridan – New Zealand
John (Deceased) and Helen – Melbourne
Ian and Helen – Sydney
Bruce and Carmel Westmoreland
Our deepest sympathy to Ken and family on the passing of Barb a dearly loved wife, mother and grandmother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time… with love Betty and John Nisbet.
Barb’s life was a life lived to its fullest. A happy marriage, a wonderful family and a loving home were just some of the great things she accomplished. With her children and grandchildren her legacy will certainly live on. She was a wonderful cousin, bright and bubbly, who we will miss.
Deirdre, Stephen Tillack and family.
My deepest sympathy to Ken and all Barbara’s family and friends.
Happy memories of my dear school friend , visits to Brown St and the farm.
And learning of our many life changes from our long history of Christmas cards.
May many happy memories console all who love
From Cheryl Napthine (née Corah,Hopkins).
Our deepest sympathy to Ken and family on the passion of Barb . She was a beautiful lady. You were a true friend to my brother Ken Harrowfield how will miss you greatly. Judy Harrowfield and Don Whittaker.
We were saddened to learn of the passing of Barb, and have happy memories of time spent with you both.
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family.
Keith and Cheryl MARRINER.
So sad to read of your passing Barb.Fondly remembered by xx Lorraine Bennett.😇
Dear Ken and family
We were so saddened to hear of Barb’s passing. We are thinking of you in what much be such a difficult and sad time. We each have such fond memories of Barb.
Auntie Joyce (Neal) and Glenda (MacNaughton)
I was so saddened to hear of Barb’s recent passing.
Sending my deepest condolences to Ken, Alison,
Jennifer, Felicity, Claire and extended families.
I have beautiful memories to cherish of your beautiful
friendship always extended to my whole family Barb.
Mum and Dad loved and respected you so dearly, as did
Ian and myself.
My children, Michelle, Sheralyn, Janine and Tim loved you and valued your beautiful friendship, love, hospitality and much fun provided out on the farm in their younger years. and when your girls could travel to Gippsland on the train with my Dad in school holidays to stay with us. You were a super Mum, wife, nana and great friend to so many and will be so dearly missed. We thank you for so many beautiful memories to treasure.
RIP dear Barb.
(I am so sorry to be away in WA when heard this news and to have missed Barb’s service).
Much love and my deepest sympathy is extended to you all.
Carol Smit XXOOXX