ROBERTS, Beryl Maybury (née Payne)
Passed peacefully 17 days short of 103 years.
Loved and loving wife of Jim (dec.) for 74 ½ years.
Fabulous Mum of Shirley (dec.), Linda, Glenda and Marion.
Much loved mother in law of Lex (dec.), Milton, John and Mick.
Kind and loving Nanna of 11 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren and 8 great great grandchildren.
Will be sadly missed by all her family.Funeral Notice
Sorry to hear of your loss thinking of you all , Rob AllenSeptember 22, 2020
I adored my time cleaning for Beryl. I loved to hear her stories of her life in times past. I gained so many insights that put my modern life in perspective. She was a straight shooter and made sure I was thorough. She was very considerate and would go out of her way to do what she could to make sure I was cared for. Her mind was sharp. She could calculate sums quickly and would remember dates. An amazing lady.September 22, 2020
Nan you will surely be missed. You never forgot a special date in our lives. Always up for a chat and piece of cake. Love you always and we have left us with so many fond and great memories.September 23, 2020
Love Stephen, Sarah, Matthew and Philip.
I am saddened to learn of Beryl’s passing Will miss not being able to visit for her coming birthday . Was looking forward to our talk .Liked our talks together .An remarkable lady with a great memory for her age .Sincere Sympathy to all Beryl’s Families May Beryl rest peacefully with Jim DORISSeptember 24, 2020
Dear lifetime family friend.September 24, 2020
Loving sympathy to all the family.
A lovely lady who will be missed 💜
I recently stayed with a girlfriend in Inverloch and as she is a visiting nurse I asked if she knew of Jim and Beryl Roberts. She told me Uncle Jim had passed away and that Auntie Beryl was 102 and a client of hers. Barb then drove me to visit Auntie Beryl. I introduced myself as Eleanor Tully, Isa and Laurie’s daughter. She remembered me immediately. In fact she told me that the last time she saw me I had just bought my son a new dressing gown. That was 30 years ago! I’m much younger and I only vaguely remembered that detail. Auntie Beryl was still as sharp as a tack!. I remember with great fondness the times I spent with my mum on their farm. Walking the paddocks, in the dairy and going to local dances. Uncle Jim taught me The Pride of Erin. Wonderful memories of much loved family. May they both RIP. Sincere sympathy and much love to Linda, Glenda and Marion, Shirley (dec) and their families. ❤️September 25, 2020
What a great Lady and even better Nana, I’m sad that I can’t get down for the funeral. Love always DebraSeptember 25, 2020
will miss my letters on our birthday and Christmas the last few years it has been hard to decipher them but we would finally get there. You will never know how much that has helped me in my current job. Sorry we never got down there like we plan. You can now reunite with palove always Di & KalSeptember 25, 2020
Nana, thanks for being my Nana.September 26, 2020
I will miss ringing every Sunday for a chat. You had a amazing memory, even can remember things from age 3. Your love for chocolate, ice-cream and anything with cream must have been the secret to a long life. Thank you Glenda(mum) and all the care workers who helped Nana so she could still live home, much appreciated.
💕 You will always be in my thoughts, love always Wendy & Peter
On behalf of ‘The Hengstberger Family’ our sincere condolences to Beryl and her late husbands Jim’s extended family. Fond memories cherished over 60 years.September 27, 2020
On behalf of Anthony and the Poli family, we would like to pass on our sincere condolences to Jenny, Marion, Mick, Wayne, Andrew and families for the passing of Beryl. She will be sadly missed by all. May she rest in peace xxSeptember 27, 2020
Deepest sympathy to all . Our thoughts are with all at this sad time. Fondest memories of a wonderful lady . A life well lived.September 28, 2020
Pearl Christoffersen and Helen Barrow