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The Late: ANN SHIRLEY HORTON Passes Away In Sydney  

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mitacare OWC
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Kia Ora E Te Whanau

This is to inform the Family, Friends and Whanau of the passing away of the Late: ANN SHIRLEY HORTON (nee Devonshire) formerly of Keri Keri, on Friday 11th June 2004 at St George Hospital, Sydney, Australia.

The Late: ANN SHIRLEY HORTON is currently Laying-in-State at her home, 8 Carringtion Avenue, Mortdale, NSW. She will remain there until 6:00pm, Tuesday 15th June 2004.

The Funeral Service for the Late: ANN SHIRLEY HORTON will be held at 7:00pm at Te Wairua Tapu Maori (Anglican Church), Elizabeth Street, Redfern, NSW, conducted by Reverend Malcolm Karipa. Following the service the Late: ANN SHIRLEY HORTON will be transferred to Mitacare Funeral Services in preparation for her journey through to the Catherine Hill Bay Cemetery, Central Coast, NSW on Wednesday morning 16th June 2004.

The Funeral Cortege will depart Mitacare Funeral Services, 50/5 Inglewood Place, Baulkham Hills, NSW at 10am on Wednesday 16th June 2004 for the Catherine Hill Bay Cemetery, Central Coast, NSW. The graveside service will be conducted by Pastor Kingi Williams.

To her partner Jack Marsh, (formerly of Okauia, Matamata), on behalf of our Whanau at Mitacare Funeral Services, I extend and express our Aroha to you and your Whanau at this sad time.

May the Lord bless and comfort you as you tangi her farewell.

Aroha nui, Ka kite ano,
Bruce Mita
Mitacare Funeral Services

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Posted : 14 August, 2004 11:05 am
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