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When Enid Lyons made her maiden speech in Parliament in 1943, it was not lost on either her or her colleagues, the historic moment she was initiating.
For Australians, sporting excellence is a large part of the national identity, and tennis is no exception.
Let’s take a look at some of the most unique and unusual wakes and funerals throughout history.
Signature black sunglasses, tight black jeans, ponytails, black leather gloves and rings with chrome hearts.
04.04.1937 - 08.03.2004 Laurie, you are in our thoughts and dearly missed. Lots of love from Joan, Laura, Ashley and Family xxxxxxx
Publication: The Daily TelegraphDate listed: 8/3/2021
Time helps diminish the pain. Love and devotion will always remain.Love Adrian
Publication: The AdvertiserDate listed: 8/3/2021
7.9.1924 - 8.3.2009
Dear Mum, Pat and Gran.
May the winds of love blow softly,
and whisper for you to hear,
that we'll always love and miss you,
and wish that you were here.
Lovingly remembered everyday,
Olivia, Woody, Kassie, Kelly & Families.
Publication: The Cairns PostDate listed: 8/3/2021
06.05.1936 - 13.03.2016
We miss you
We love you
We always will
Rose and Tom
Publication: Townsville BulletinDate listed: 8/3/2021
Always in our thoughtsForever in our heartsLove Mum, Dad and Kylie
Publication: Geelong AdvertiserDate listed: 8/3/2021
RAMSLEY, Sheryl 1
Loved and sadly missed.
Monica, Ron and family
Publication: Sunday TasmanianDate listed: 7/3/2021
1 year today, our partner in crime passed away. Miss you heapsLove - Marcia, Pierce, Corbin and Christian
Publication: Sunday TerritorianDate listed: 7/3/2021
05.01.95 – 07.03.13
You may be out of our sight
But never out of our mind
Miss you more every day.
Mum, Dad & Allan.
Publication: Sunday Mail QLDDate listed: 7/3/2021