Stangherlin, Lynette Susan

Lynette Susan Stangherlin

11/08/1954 ~ 13/04/2022

Devoted Wife of Peter.

Adored Mumma Bear of Simone and Stephen (dec).

Family and Friends are invited to Celebrate the Life of Lynette in the Renowden Chapel, Springvale Botanical Cemetery,

on Tuesday April 26th, 2022 commencing at 10:30am.

Lynette's service will be live streamed, to watch the service online please click on the link below

Private Cremation

4 Tributes

  1. simone
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    Hi mumma, I don’t know how to get passed this. You were the one that made everything better. Always. I listened to all of your voice mail messages this morning and it made me realise how awfully hard this is.
    I know it’s not 4:45 pm on a Thursday afternoon, but, Mum, guess what I learned today? This is where you say ‘wait a minute Moanie. let me get my wine and put you on loud speaker so Dad may also hear about what great and disgusting things you learned today’.
    Ready mum?
    Well, today I learned that you are what a mother is supposed to be. I learned that there is no mother walking this earth that is better than you. I learned that you are a true mumma bear and will do anything to protect your ‘cubs’. I learned that the love and support and cheering I got from you was beyond anything a child could have ever wished for. I learned that there is no one better than you, my mother.
    Mostly, I learned that I love you now and forever more and this hurts.
    I love you always

  2. Michelle packham
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    Dearest Lyn we are so going to miss you at our v8 n mates catch ups we only new you for a short time but we loved you like we had known you for years sleep peacefully sweet lady ♥️ our love and thoughts are with you Peter and Simone and family from the v8n mates admin and members

  3. Lee Dodd
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    Deepest Sympathy to Peter, Simone and Family.
    Our thoughts are with you all at this very sad time.
    Such a wonderful Lady.
    Rest in Peace Lyn.
    The Dodd Family.

  4. Sandy & Dave Marshall
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    “Our Mate Lynnie”

    Her name was Lynette Susan Stangherlin, but to us she was always “Lynnie”
    Pete & Dave were chippies together, founding our new beginning
    The good times began together, it was so much fun
    The start of a great friendship for all had certainly just begun

    Over the years with family and friends, our lives were to cross
    Lot’s of laughs were had, simply just because
    The impromptu Pizza nights, the BBQ’s along with a nice ole drink
    There were stories and jokes abound, the night was over in a blink

    In good ole Ferntree Gully was where they did live
    From the Gully they did move to Clematis and they were to give
    A move to the beautiful forest area near the Puffin Billy Trail
    Then to Emerald to a brand new house did afterwards prevail

    Back in the eighties to sunny Queensland to where we were to settle
    A visit from Stanghers, up north we went to Trinity Beach, it was so special
    Well bugger me dead Dave got bitten by a snake and ended in ICU
    Lucky both snake and Dave did survive, it was something to amuse!

    We treasure the times we spent over the years
    When we caught up again, nothing had changed it was clear,
    To Cobram they went, a new chapter to be had
    With the Mustang in tow, they were really glad

    Our memories are great, ones we’ll treasure forever in our hearts
    So very grateful that our friendship had such a fabulous start
    We say goodbye for now but we know we’ll meet again
    Up in those clouds you’ll be waiting, so, until then…………………….

    Love you heaps Lynnie

    David and Sandy xx

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