In Loving Memory
of
Barbara Glenice Haw (nee Brain)

Service
TUESDAY 14TH MAY 2024. COMMENCING AT 1.30 P.M.

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Barbara Glenice Haw (nee Brain)
Passed away peacefully with
loving family by her side on
Monday 6th May, 2024.
Aged 90 years.
Adored parter of Clive.
Dearly loved mother of Julie,
Ross (dec) and Philip (dec).
Mother-in-law of Daryl.
Adored Gran of Meaghan,
Tracy and Jason.
Loved sister of Val,
Nancy (dec) and Gavin.

Do not be sad
that I have gone,
be glad that I have been.

A Funeral Service for 
Barbara will be held at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home,
190 Princes Highway, Pakenham
on Tuesday 14th May 2024
commencing at 1.30 p.m.

A private cremation will follow.

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to the family, please leave a message on the
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  1. Clive, Julie and all the Family,
    So sorry to hear of the passing of Barb. For many years Barb, and also Clive, were great neighbors and friends to us. We had quite a few “happy hours” with them.
    Sorry to see her go, we are so happy we knew her.
    Our thoughts and condolences go out to you all.
    With sympathy,
    Amy and Maurice.

    Amy and Maurice Rossetti
  2. So sorry to hear of the passing of Barb. We had many good times travelling with the Solos. Sincere sympathy to Clive, Julie and her family Heather Camm

    Heather camm
  3. With sincere sympathy on the loss of Barb. We had many lovely travels with the Solos. Lovely memories to keep. Thinking of Clive, Julie and family at this time.

    Heather Camm
  4. Barb will always be remembered as an adventurous soul, full of life with lots to talk about. We had great talks while on the track when we were in both the Berwick and Pakenham Bushwalkers and later as friends. Deepest Condolences to Julie and Daryl, extended family and Clive.

    Clio Curtis
  5. To Julie Clive Val Gavin and families. So sorry I cannot be with you today. So many memories of Barb growing up on the farms at Beulah. Barb loved returning to her birthplace and reminiscing about the old days. She had a great love for family history. She will be missed by everyone especially her hugs and laughter. xx

    Lorna Williams
  6. Clive, Julie, Val and families

    We are so sorry to hear of the passing of such a wonderful lady.
    Barbara was a caring, generous neighbour who would do anything for you. We will fondly remember the many chats and cuppas with Barb and her little shadow Chumleigh.

    Thank you for lots of happy memories.
    Julie Max & Claire.

    Julie Adam