MARWOOD, Florence Jessie “nee Fisher”

Passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family on February 18, 2022 aged 86 years. Dearly loved wife of Keith for 64 years. Loving mother and mother in-law of Steven and Sandra; David and Kim; Andrew and Suzanne. Grandmother of Jason and Elizabeth; Natasha and Daniel (McShane); Brendan and Chanelle, Angus, Alexandra, Sophie and Zayne; Lachlan and Chloe; and Cameron. Great Gran of eight.


Family and friends of the late Mrs Florence Marwood are respectfully informed that her Funeral Service will be conducted at the Chapel of McGlynn Hunt Funerals 38-40 Madden Avenue Mildura on Thursday February 24, 2022 at 2.00pm.  At the conclusion of the service the cortege will proceed to the Red Cliffs Lawn Cemetery.   


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MARWOOD, Florence Jessie “nee Fisher” - 2022-02-24 2.00

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  • Stephen & Glenda Smith

    Our condolences and love to Keith, Steven, David, Andrew and families on the passing of dear Florence. Cherish your memories of a lovely, special lady. So sorry we were not there to celebrate her life. Thinking of you all, love and big hugs Stephen and Glenda Smith

  • Robyn Scott/Smith

    My Heartfelt Sympathy to Keith, Steven, David, Andrew and their families.
    Cherishing the wonderful memories of times gone by…those delicious powder puffs Florence always made for all the Carwarp events, her plate always emptied first.
    Always greeted you with a gentle hug and beautiful smile. Her genuine care and warmth was felt by all.
    Lifetime memories of your happy times together…
    Compassion & thoughts are with you all
    Robyn xxx

  • Karl Lewis

    Thoughts and condolences to Uncle Keith, Steven, David, Andrew and families. Our Easter trips to visit was a highlight on the calendar, starting with the best fish and chips ever on Good Friday Evening and ending with a spread of cream cakes on Easter Sunday (not to mention my favorite humpty dumpty 1st Birthday Cake). We will all cherish the memories of Aunty Florence her caring nature, patience and hospitality on our annual holidays north – Rest in Peace. (Karl Lewis)

  • Glenda & David Treloar

    Sending our love & Condolences to keith, Steven & Sandra, David & Kim, Andrew & Suzanne & their families. We’ve had the pleasure of our lifetime of having Mrs Marty in our lives.
    Florence will always be remembered for her beautiful welcoming smile, her most kind-hearted nature, & her wonderful cooking skills & famous cream puffs.
    We still remember fondly the ice-cream containers full of home -made sausage rolls brought to us, hand made by Florence in kindness when my own dad died almost 30yrs ago.
    We are both saddened to hear of your loss & sending our love & sympathies.
    David & Glenda
    Treloar Family (Daniel & Anna), (Tom & Becca), & Gary

  • Lynn Harris (née Lindner)

    Sending love and thoughts to Uncle Keith, David, Steven, Andrew and their families at this very sad time. Many memories of Auntie Florence, at Grandma’s farm. She was one of life’s best so quietly spoken and so kind. Love Lynn Harris