BLAND – Greer May
Passed away peacefully at Latrobe Regional Hospital Traralgon on April 30 th 2021.
Surrounded by her loving family
Aged 76 Years
Daughter of the late George and Amelia Bland.
Sister of Arthur (Arkie) and Gordon (Butch).
Beloved sister to Arkie and partner Irene.
Aunt to Sharon and Peter, Tracey, Greg, and Kelly and Matt.
Great Aunt to Finn, Ollie, Dallas, Tayla and Ashton.
A loving generous person who will be
sadly missed by everyone.
Beloved sister to Gordon (Butch) sister-in-law to Anne.
Aunty to Leanne and Brendan, Amy and Adam, and Christopher (Dec). Great Aunty to James, Caleb, Abbey, Maddie and Xavier.
A true character loved by all.
a special aunty, one of a kindMay 2, 2021
Rest easy Gree with Granny and George
We were so sad to hear that Greer is no longer with us. We enjoyed her company so much over her Easter visits to the Nagambie farm. She was a delight to be with, a great character, full of laughs and stories around the dinner table. A model of self-sufficiency, she was always ready to help out with advice and muscle power, whether peeling spuds, pulling out dead trees, chain-sawing wood or even unblocking the toilet! She always talked proudly of Butch and Arkie. Our friend Brendon Stewart, son of the then Tyers Primary School headmaster, remembers the staunch Bland family fondly. Also saddened by this news, he described the Greer he knew as a “pocket dynamo.” .May 3, 2021
Remembering Greer will always bring a warm smile to our faces.
John Cummins, Lynda and famiily
Sincere Condolences to Arkie, Butch and families on the loss of Greer . Ron and EllenMay 3, 2021
Rest easy Greer an interesting life well lived.May 3, 2021
Farewell Greer. Longtime neighbour and friend to myself Rae, Trent and Erin. Lots of fun and good times had.May 3, 2021
Condolences to the family
Lee and Geoff
Greer was always a ball of positive energy. Just like her father, my Uncle George. From my childhood through to adulthood, Greer never failed to make me smile as we shared a joke or even just a mischievous look. My mother Jean would often receive a surprise visit from Greer when she was in Melbourne while working for the Institute for the Blind. Those visits were the highlight of my mother’s later years and much appreciated by myself in lifting her spirits. Greer’s passing is a sad loss to her many friends and family. My condolences to Arkie and Butch. Rest In Peace Greer.May 4, 2021
So sorry to hear of Greer’s death. A great character.May 5, 2021
Greer Bland. One of the first females employed by the Department of Agriculture during the National Bovine Brucellosis and Tuberculosis Eradication Campaign. A hard and loyal worker with a heart of gold and always a smile on her face. Forever in our memories and our hearts.. Rest in peace Greer. All your former Traralgon Ag Dept. colleaguesMay 6, 2021
Greer, always ready for some fun up at Nagambie, over the Easter period. My children, Chloe & Lily and niece and nephews were always intrigued by the “lady with the van” . Easter egg hunts, story telling and a good joke were always enjoyed by all when Greer was around. She will be sadly missed and always remembered, especially at Easter.May 7, 2021
In loving memory of our dear colleague Greer, from the Oakleigh team Royal Victorian institute for the BlindMay 7, 2021
Many memories of her kindness over many yearsMay 11, 2021