In Loving Memory
Joan Trumper


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Joan Trumper
Passed away with
loving family by her side
on 18th June 2024.
Aged 88 years.
Loved wife of Bob (dec.)
Loving mother of Sharon, Nigel,
Belinda and Caroline.
Respected mother-in-law
of Stephen and Brad.
Adored Nan of Katherine, Matthew,
Michael, Brock, Rebecca, Ben, Nick,
Jordan, Chelsea and Ebony.
Gran Nan of Elouise, Andrea,
Trent, Harmony and Alisha,
Ethan, Aubrey, Finn and Milena,
Bella, Maddie, Ruby and Hazel.

A Funeral Service for
Joan will be held at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home
190 Princes Highway, Pakenham,
on Thursday 27th June 2024
commencing at 1.30 p.m.

A private cremation will follow.

Please wear a touch of yellow
in memory of Joan.

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  1. My heart breaks for you all, my Australian family, I was only lucky enough to have met Auntie Joan once, but she left a huge impression on me that will last a life time. Not only was she a beautiful person on the outside but a beautiful person inside too.
    I will remember her always and forever My auntie Joan in Australia.
    Rest in peace xx

    Jo Mead
  2. On the 18th of June 2024, we lost one of our much loved and beautiful customers Joan Trumper. Joan was 88 and had been with Kincare for a number of years. She was a remarkable lady who we adored and loved greatly. Joan was not only a customer to us both, but a true friend, who we admired, looked up to, shared many special moments and stories with, had many laughs and of course got up to a few shenanigans. We will miss her dearly but we take comfort that she is now resting and at peace. Treasured memories that will forever be in our hearts. With love Liana Krone and Sam Harris (Home Care Workers)

    Liana and Sam
    • Thank you Liana and Sam. Words will never describe how much our family respects you both. You both cared for our mum with effortless love. Nothing was a problem. Your care was way beyond your job role. We thank you both from the bottom of our heart xox

      Caroline Lee
  3. The most wonderful lady, she brought me so much joy from the moment I met her. I am going to miss her so very much. We shared so many laughs, chats ( mainly about her family who she loved so much ) coffees and cakes and hugs, her hugs were the best. She had an enormous piece of my heart, may she be at piece with her blue eyed man Bob. I promise I’ll practise my ironing and tie my shoe laces up properly for you always. Xx

    Sam harris
  4. Rest in peace, our dear were one of a kind.
    You cared for all of us when we were children and carried in caring for us right up to 2 days before you passed, asking that each and every one of us was ok.
    You always cared about family ,and there will be a big hole left in all our lives.
    We will always love and miss you until we meet again love Rosina John Alan George Frank Fred xxx

    Rosina Humphreys
    • Thank you to our whole family in the UK. Mum is now sitting in the garden with Nan and Grandad I’m sure they have so much to catch up on. Auntie thank you for being an amazing sister to mum. Our family will be forever grateful for the time you came over to help mum pack up the family home. True love will never die. To my Uncles we know you’ll be thinking about your family here in Australia and your sister as she’s now in her new life with no discomfort. Xox

      Caroline Lee
  5. May she rest in peace. May she now shine now through your eyes as you live on, blessed to have known and been touched by her and forever better off by knowing her. My condolences to you all.

    Robert Booth