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The Late: RENATA LUKA (Nee Clarke) Passes Away In Sydney
Kia Ora E Te Whanau
This is to inform the Family, Friends and Whanau of the sudden death of the Late: RENATA LUKA (nee Clarke), formerly of Owhata, Rotorua, at Liverpool Hospital in Sydney.
RENATA's tangi is being held at the Minto Bush Camp, off Hansen Road, Minto Heights. She will lay-in-state there until Saturday 31 July 2004.
The funeral service for the Late: RENATA LUKA will be held at Minto Bush Camp at 09:00am, Saturday 31 July 2004, followed by the Hakari at 11:00am.
The funeral cortege will travel to the Forest Lawn Cemetery, Camden Valley Way, Leppington for a graveside service scheduled for 1:00pm, followed by the internment of the body of the Late: RENATA LUKA.
To all of RENATA's family and whanau, especially her husband Roy, I express my Aroha on behalf of our whanau at Mitacare Funeral Services in Sydney. May the Lord bless and comfort you all as you tangi her farewell at Minto Bush Camp, Minto Heights.
In the event of any changes, I will post an update panui to keep everyone informed of proceedings for RENATA's tangi and funeral service on Saturday. KIA ORA.
Aroha nui, ka kite ano,
Mitacare Funeral Services, Sydney.
Kia Ora koe Bruce,
I will just take this opportunity to thankyou very much for your time and your love and for the
extremely magnificent service that you performed throughout my cousin Renata's funeral I for one can not express enough thanks for you and your staff/family. Thankyou for the most comforting
messages that you shared during our time of grief
Ma te Atua koe ka manaki tia ake ake tonu atu