MCKINNON, Dulcie Isobel (née Lehman)
Passed away peacefully.
Loved mum of Robin, mother-in-law of Deborah.
Nana of Alanna and Andrew, Shaun and Hayley.
Great Nana of Charlee and Harry.
Passed away peacefully at Alchera House, Korumburra, aged 95 years.
Special mother to Trevor and Carol, Grandmother to Emma and Sarah.
Cherished memories to hold forever.
Many happy memories of working with and visiting dear Dulcie during her time at Hillside and Alchera. Time spent with her were always happy and cheerful; she loved the cards and flowers from the garden. Thanks Dulcie for the happy memories I will always have of our times together. Love, Jiim.September 16, 2020
Thanks Dulcie for those nice conversations we had together during your stay at Alchera House.September 17, 2020
I will keep the rhubarb growing well for apple and rhubarb pie.
Love Phillip xo
I had the best mother-in-law in the world. Late Dulcie was a mom to me. She and I had a wonderful relationship over 20 years. Nothing I could write could describe how much I loved you. Rest In Peace, and thank you for everything you have done.September 17, 2020
Thanks for being the best Gran a girl could ask for. I’m going to miss creating new memories together but I hold the ones I do have close to my heart. No one can make Christmas pudding like you can. Love, EmmaSeptember 17, 2020
Thanks grandma for being the best grandma anyone could ever ask for. I will cherish the memories I have spent with you and hope that you are at peace now. I’m glad that you were in my life and that you wet my grandma. Love Sarah.September 17, 2020
I remembered that I went to your house on Princes street, you were so nice to me. You said to me “you’re so handsome”. You made my day so special. I will never forget my holiday at your house. It was great memories . Love DavidSeptember 17, 2020
It is sad to know that you’re gone to heaven. It was nIce of knowing you. And let us to visit your family in the country. You always cooked good food for us. We will never forget you.September 17, 2020
Great memories visiting you few times in Korumburra. Enjoyed our time when travelling to great ocean road Together. It was great to meet your sister Valma in Colac. Rest In Peace. Love LilySeptember 17, 2020
Great memories of spending Christmas with your family and made us very welcomed. You had a great collection of garden books and I read most of them. It inspired me to make over my garden. Rest In Peace! Love LeeSeptember 17, 2020
What an inspiration Dulcie has been for us. Always cheerful and kind and wanting the best for her family and friends. A special friendship that we will miss greatly. Love from Betty and Janet Wilson.September 18, 2020
Today(18th September 2020) is a sad day as it is the last time to say goodbye to my mother-in-law Dulcie. During the past 20 years, we had spent countless time together and we enjoyed each other’s company. After moving to Canberra in 2007, we drove down to Korumburra to visit you every 3 months. We enjoyed taken you out for lunch every day during our stay at Korumburra. We were lucky that we spent last Christmas with you and celebrated your 95th birthday together before COVID-19 occurred. After COVID-19, Trevor enjoyed the conversations with you over the phone. We enjoyed sharing news with you. You will be deeply missed by me and family.September 18, 2020
Dear Dulcie I will miss you a lot, thank you for your kindness, your love, your friendship,.September 18, 2020
Your life may have come to an end, but the memories of you and your loving Howard i will treasure always, the lovely afternoon teas we shared,. Thank you for being my friend.
RIP Dulcie. Condolences to all the family ..love Veronica
We have our own memories that are ours to keep.September 20, 2020
How excited you were that on your 62nd birthday your granddaughter was born .
May you rest in peace with your beloved Howard.
Robin, Deborah, Lan, Andrew , Charlee and Harry, shaun and Hayley.
Our memories of visiting you at the farm and the Inverloch holiday house will never be forgotten. The holiday to Lakes Entrance will always be treasured. Thanks for the good times Auntie Dulcie. Glenn MarrinerSeptember 20, 2020