Prazsak, Yvonne

Yvonne Prazsak

22.04.1962 - 12.04.2020

Beloved mother to Chris Salamon

They say that life is just a dream.

I hope that our union together was memorable while you were still with us & you have not forgotten, now that you are in heaven.

You will be very much missed by all of us.

May you rest in peace and finally be pain free.


A Graveside service to Celebrate the Life of Yvonne will be live streamed

on Thursday May 28th, 2020 at 10.30am.

Please find below the link to view Yvonne's service.

https://youtu.be/WOWRweB9OHO

 

10 Tributes

  1. Tiberius Meszaros
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    My tears will show that I can’t let you go.

    Time is brief for everyone. I only wished that we had more together.

    Miss you immensely. Miss you dearly. Love you all eternity.

  2. Jackie Morris
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    Yvonne, I hope you have now found the peace and serenity you deserve.

  3. Benjamin & Marianne James
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    Yvonne, you were a caring neighbour and had some great conversations about life. You’ll be missed by all our family and never forgotten…. Rest In Peace

    • Tiberius Meszaros
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      Thank you for your kind words Ben…. I also forgot to mention that Yvonne always wanted to do a final chess game with you as well in my Eulogy.

      God bless

  4. Musztafa Taleb (Chris)
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    To Mum, thanks for every good and bad times you spent with me, from the day you gave birth to me till day you left this world. İ never expected that you gonna leave this world, i was always hoping that someday you gonna overcome the difficulties you’ve gone through and start everything beautiful. İm gonna miss you heaps. Lots of love to you, from your loving son.

    • Tiberius Meszaros
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      Chris,

      I know your mum loved you. She always told me that you were always in her heart.

  5. James
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    May you lay in peace Yvonne
    Shine high and shine bright
    You will be dearly missed.

  6. Jacinta Vandenberg
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    Yvonne was a character. A beautiful, loving, caring, kind, feisty character and she made sure you knew it. I’m sure that you’ll all know that from the moment Yvonne entered a room her presence was felt. Her energy and her aura drew you in and made you want to get to know her.

    One of the first things I learnt about Yvonne was that she was a fighter. She knew what she wanted and she was willing to fight for it every step of the way, even if that sometimes meant fighting with me along the way. She fought for what she wanted and stayed true to herself and that’s one of the many things I admired about her.
    Yvonne marched to the beat of her own drum. She enjoyed life to the fullest and brought her light and zest for life to every encounter I had with her. When things were sad, when things felt tough and scary, somehow we would always end up laughing together. She always had that knack, regardless of what was going on in my life, or in her life, regardless of the seriousness of the situation she’d make me laugh and make me appreciate her presence in my life even more.

    Poem by Mary Elizabeth Frye
    Do not stand at my grave and weep
    I am not there; I do not sleep.
    I am a thousand winds that blow,
    I am the diamond glints on snow,
    I am the sun on ripened grain,
    I am the gentle autumn rain.
    When you awaken in the morning’s hush
    I am the swift uplifting rush
    Of quiet birds in circled flight.
    I am the soft stars that shine at night.
    Do not stand at my grave and cry,
    I am not there; I did not die.

    I do not believe that Yvonne has left, I believe she will keep showing up in the little moments such as when we look at the stars or when we feel a ray of sunshine when everything feels gloomy.

    Yvonne, wherever you have ended up I hope you feel loved, I hope you feel safe, I hope you feel heard and I hope you are free.

    • Tiberius Meszaros
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      Thanks Jacinta. I thank both yourself and Lisa for coming to the funeral. I know it was on short notice.

  7. Viktor Heischmid
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    I want to remember Yvonne, my sister. We grew up together when I was a child. She always took me out and played with me, took me here and there. She took me to the Circus where she worked. I had a lot of experiences as a child. In 1984, when I was 6 years old, I said goodbye to her at Ferihegy Airport when she went to Australia. I knew that and felt that she would not come back to live as a Hungarian citizen. Her absence was worn and painful. Change left a void in my heart. After that, we didn’t see each other for many years, only by letter or by phone. After several years she visited home. Unfortunately, we were unable to spend much time together as brother and sister. And now I wanted to visit her again in the future. But unfortunately, this can no longer happen. I can’t hug her anymore. I am very sorry that she left earthly existence at such a young age. I hope she has now met the other members of the family and they are together. Peace and peace be in her in the Kingdom of the Almighty. Love is eternal. We will meet at a later time. With love Viktor, Diana and her family, Vígh Gyuri, Vígh Robi.

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