READING, Janet Ann (JR/Jack)

It is with great sadness and disbelief that we announce the unexpected passing of Janet on November 2nd 2021, aged 59. Devoted daughter of David, adored and loving sister and sister in law of Gary and Sonia.

                                      Forever in our hearts.

Family and friends of the late Janet Reading are respectfully informed that her Funeral Service will be conducted at the Chapel of McGlynn Hunt Funerals, 38-40 Madden Avenue, Mildura on Thursday November 11, 2021 at 10.30am. At the conclusion of the service a private cremation will be held.

For those wishing to attend, compulsory QR code check in and full vaccination evidence must be provided.

To view the live streaming of Janet's Funeral Service please click the link;

READING, Janet Ann (JR/Jack) - 2021-11-11 10.30

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  • Linda McEwan

    Sincere condolences to family and friends my heart goes out to you all ❤️🙏

  • Linda McEwan

    At the end of life what really matters isn’t what we bought but what we built not what we got but what we shared not our competence but our character not our success but our significance live a life that matters live a life of love and that is how you lived your life dearest Janet (aunty Jack) you will be forever in my heart and my childrens treasured memories of your loving kindness caring giving soul rest in peace till we meet again Linda McEwan

  • Woosnam Family

    Janet touched all our lives and will be greatly missed. We’ll always remember her infectious laugh and vibrancy. Sincere. Condolences to David, Gary and Sonia.❤️

  • Jacinda Robinson

    Oh darling JR, my dear friend. I am so so sad to hear of your passing. Your personality would light up a room the moment you walked in, and people would remember you, ask after you, even after meeting you just that one time. Your wicked humour, infectious laugh, love of a good joke and ease of nature will be so sorely missed. The world is that little bit darker and heaven that much brighter. I love you my friend – rest easy. xxxx

  • Leanne Chaproniere

    I am truly at a loss for words and my heart is torn. We had such a lovely lunch, afternoon tea and dinner on her last visit as we were having such a great time we just continued drinking, reminiscing with lots of laughter. My sincerest condolences to her family and her dad who she loved so much. Such a greAt loss to the industry she loved and those who loved her. Gone way too soon. RIP mate . Elsie