TOWERS, Jean Elizabeth (née Marriner)Print
Daughter of Earl and Effie Marriner (both dec) of Hordern Vale. Loving sister to Cyril and Lyle.
Dearly loved wife of Derryl (dec). Loved mother and mother-in-law of Neville and Chris, Roger and Julie, Debra and Craig (Goodman), Laurence and Dianne, and Annette and Richard. Adored Nanna of her 11 grandchildren.
Funeral NoticeService: Friday April 23, 2021
Requiem Eucharist to celebrate the life of Mrs. Jean Towers will be held at Ss. Johns’ Anglican Church, cnr Hesse and Pollack Streets, Colac on Friday, April 23, 2021 commencing at 11am.
The funeral will leave the Church at the conclusion of the service for the Colac Cemetery.
For those who are unable to attend, Ss Johns Anglican Church will be live-streaming Jean's service via their Facebook page. Click here to view.
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Jean you were such a warm and kind hearted person. We will hold fond memories of you from Beech Forest days.
Re-united with Derryl.
Many thoughts are with Neville, Roger, Debra, Laurence, Annette and Partners and families.
Sincere sympathy from the Herring Family.
To Neville, Rodger, Debbie, Laurence and Annette and families,
I remember visiting and staying at your house as a youngster and always remember your Mum being always in the kitchen cooking up a storm.
Your Mum was a lovely caring lady who loved her family.
Deepest sympathy to you all. Sorry I can’t make it to the funeral but will be thinking of you all.
Jenny Atwell (Cashin), Warren and family.
My thoughts are with all of the Towers family on the sudden loss of Jean.
Auntie Jean, you have left us with so many memories from our childhood holidays at Beech Forest, now reunited with Uncle Derryl.
Our thoughts are with Neville,Roger,Debra,Laurence,Annette and families
You will always be remembered in our hearts
To the Towers family,
We have fond memories of our neighbour of fifty years.
Jean was often a backstop when I ran out of an important ingredient for something I was cooking or I needed some valuable advice.
We were shocked by her sudden passing.
Our sympathy to you all.
From Jan and Laurie Shaw.
Such a beautiful and fitting send off for Jean who was always so devoted to her family, her friends and the church. I have so many wonderful childhood memories of Jean’s warm welcome and her scrumptious cooking when we spent our summer holidays with the family. She always pulled out a stack of games to play in the evenings! My thoughts are with all the family. Jean will be sorely missed.
To Neville, Rodger, Debbie, Laurence and Annette and families, deepest sympathy to you all.what a lovely lady jean was she will be missed by all .From Ivan McCallum