McCARTEN, Stella Margaret (nee Laird)

McCARTEN, Stella Margaret (nee Laird)-

Passed away peacefully at the Wentworth Hospital after a short illness on June 2, 2021 aged 89 years. Loving wife now reunited with James ‘Jim’. Much loved mother and mother in-law of Anthony ‘Swifty’, Gary and Lynette, Janine and Scott Smith, Adrian ‘Wog’ and Jacinta. Cherished Nana of Shaun (dec), Stephanie, Jessica, Sarah; Alex, Imogen; Olivia, Hamish and Angus.

Loving daughter of N.V and Adrian ‘Curly’ Laird, sister of Valma Harper and Maxwell (dec). Much loved sister in-law, aunty and loved by her extended family.

                                                           ‘A life well lived’

Family and friends of Stella are warmly invited to attend her Funeral Service at the Coomealla Memorial Gardens Lawn Cemetery on Tuesday June 8 2021 at 2.30pm.

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  • Wentworth District Football Netball Club

    On behalf of the committee, members and players of the Wentworth District Football Netball Club we offer our sincere condolences to Tony, Gary and Lynette, Janine and Scott, Adrian and Jacinta and their families on the loss of Stella. Stella was a hard working and devoted member of the ladies committee over a long period of time.
    Our thoughts are with all the family and her many friends at this sad time.

  • Ann-Maree Hunt

    Stella was a much loved and respected member of our RedCliffs Craft Group. We were saddened to hear of her passing and send sincere condolences to all her family.
    Stella and her beautiful quilts will be sadly missed by us all. Rest In Peace beautiful lady.

  • Joe and Eunice Swann

    Our deepest sympathy to Janine Scott Alex I mogen and the McCarten family. Thinking of you all at this sad time.

  • June Bertalli

    Stella, My very Dear and Cherished Friend of whom I will sincerely miss. My Deepest Sympathy to Tony, Gary, Janine, Adrian and families

  • Barb and Tim George

    Whenever we think of Stella we think of a strong, beautiful and independent lady. She never complained – just got on with life.
    We are thinking of her family at this very sad time.