BEECROFT, Myrtle Florence (née Bell)

Born on December 18, 1918. Passed away September 9, 2020.

Reunited with her beloved Stan.
Daughter of William and Sarah Bell (both dec.).
Sister to Caroline, Leah, Jack, Mae, Edith, Tom, and Lorna (all dec.).

Always in our thoughts.
Forever in our hearts.
Rest in peace.

Funeral Notice
  1. A wonderful lady who looked after Stan for many years with loving care.

    Ruth Le Serve September 12, 2020
  2. Beautiful person will always be remembered fondly Will always be in our thoughts John & Kay. RIP

    John & Kay Matthews September 12, 2020
  3. A beautiful Lady that I was very lucky to have known for 37 years, you have well and truly earnt your Angel wings reunited with Stan. R.I.P.

    wendy parker September 13, 2020
  4. A beautiful lady that became a life long friend to me for just over 50 years, so glad we had met i have a lifetime of memories of you and Stan that i will cherish forever. RIP MRS.B until we met again reunited with your beloved Stan xx

    Jodie Dykman September 14, 2020
  5. An amazing woman will always be remembered. So honoured and privileged to have known you Myrtle. RIP.
    Love to a lovely lady
    Margie & Paul (Pymble crew)

    Paul Robinson September 14, 2020
  6. Auntie Myrtle
    Such an amazing soul,I will be forever grateful for all my child hood years I spent playing in the garden picking and planting fruit,vegetables ,Mowing lawns,beach walks and getting into trouble For being too messy. I was a ratbag I know and I enjoyed you chasing me up n down the yard. The cups of tea fruit cake and the odd scone was always on hand growing up along with my favourite roast chook. Cruising the streets of Inverloch in the old cream sigma on a hot summers day windows down were special days until the salt rain had forced her into retirement underneath the old durable carport but don’t worry that was soon to be the home of my private driving school. I’d always remember spending hours in their each day pretending to be a race car driver and watching you walk around the yard wondering were the hell id gone. The rules well of course there were rules and the one that’s sticks most for me is the tv rule yes there was a tv in the lounge oh so small it was, but it was only allowed on for the daily news in the evening , it was always outside and play something that’s lives with me still today with my own kids.they were special years growing up and life lessons I still carry with me .The friendship you built with my mum over her whole life was one rare to be seen today sisters too the end , an amazing loving and caring wife of uncle Stan, there were hard days but no one would know you’d just smile away crack a joke and take it all in your stride.i wasn’t surprised to see that you managed to create a veggie patch Myrtle’s garden in the village.
    Although as time drifts by and the last 10 years working away has limited my ability for catch ups you were always in my thoughts till the end. It was a true pleasure too have you in our lives.

    Dale,Rachael,Haylee and Reed Paterson

    Dale Paterson September 16, 2020
  7. Great Aunt Myrtle!
    A pioneer at heart with a beautiful spirit.
    Many happy memories of our childhood days when we lived next door to aunt Myrtle and uncle Stan in Peter st, Box Hill.
    Don Beecroft , Joan Richardson.

    Joan Richardson September 17, 2020
  8. Wonderful memories of a beautiful lady we called Aunty Myrtle. We spent many Christmas Lunches or tea’s together at Mum’s in Inverloch and we were always so happy to see you there and included in our family celebrations.
    Re-United in heaven with Ruth Tipping talking over old times. Condolences to your family. Rest In Peace Aunty Myrt
    Christine Donald & Peter Tipping & Families

    Christine Scurrah September 18, 2020