McNAMARA, Betty Jean “Dolly”

Late of Toowoomba, formerly of Charleville. Passed away on Thursday 18th April 2024.

Mother of Angie, Jocelyn and Stacey. Sister to Marie and Ronnie (Foot) (dec’d) Much loved Grandmother and Great-Grandmother.

Family and friends are respectfully invited to attend a graveside service to be held at the Charleville Cemetery on Friday 10th May 2024, commencing at 10.00 a.m.

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    What a SHOCK to read This. I went to Charleville school with Betty Dolly Condolences to All Families RIP Betty Dolly Lindsay and Kate Turnbull

  2. Judith Sheridan

    Dolly ‘s sister Marie is life-partner to my brother, and has been in my life since I was a teenager.
    I grew to know Dolly many, many years ago when she opened her heart and home to me, when worked on business contracts and visited Toowoomba regularly for work stints over a period of about two years. I boarded in her home (it felt like home, not just a place to stay, with Dolly in it). She lived for her family, and was a lady who just ‘got on with life’.

    This turbulent and angry world we live in today, will be a lesser place for her sudden and incredibly tragic loss to all who knew her. To Marie, her daughters and all of her family, I send loving thoughts and mountains of sympathy.

  3. Ann McLeod

    Sending heartfelt sympathy to Dolly’s sister Marie and to her daughters Angie, Jocelyn and Stacey and their families at this heartbreaking time. I met Dolly several times over the past couple of decades in Townsville when she was visiting with Marie and Laurie. I know that Marie loved having her here to visit and visiting with her in Toowoomba.

    I remember Dolly as a very pleasant person and was very very sad to hear of her passing.

  4. Sue & Kevin Lloyd nee Dighton

    I was in complete shock when I was told of the passing of my cousin Dolly. My condolences go out to her daughters & sister Marie whom must be devastated at there loss. A very sad loss for everyone.
    RIP Dolly.

  5. David Fullelove

    My deepest sympathy to everyone. Betty was a fantastic lady that i enjoyed working with. Brightened up the room with her smile.

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