STUCKEY – Joan Margaret (née Stringer)
Passed away peacefully at BUPA Traralgon 3 September 2020.
Loving and Loved Wife of Roy (Dec 2002).
Mother of Ken, Max, Neil, Linton (Dec.) and Graeme.
Mother-in-law to Helen, Maryann, Ann, Cheryl and Joy.
Sister of Bob (dec.), Kath (Dec.) and Peg.
Grandmother to thirteen and great grandmother to twenty three – and still counting.
Born 8th January 1926, a fine active 94 year life with her large family. Over 60 years of dedicated veterinary service and much more to the Flynn and Gippsland Community.
Gone to rest with Dad,
Gone to rest with other Vets,
Gone to rest with so many pets.
Our very sincerest condolences to all the Stuckey family on the passing of your treasured & legendary Mum & Grandmother.September 10, 2020
David, Sharon Reid & family.
Condolences to all the Stuckey familySeptember 10, 2020
From Kath & John Webb and family
On behalf of the Meers family : It has been an honour to have known such talented, knowledgeable and hard working lady.September 10, 2020
Rest in peace Joan.
Our sincere condolences to the Stuckey family.
Condolences to the Stuckey family.September 10, 2020
Love Barry Heather Thomas James and Liam Dickeson
A lady who loved to do her art, a seat in the sun, a book in her hand, or listening to Henry Lawson short stories and poems, rabbit stories was another favourite. Reminiscing of the farm at Ensay, days with her dad. A very independent & interesting lady I had the privilege to get to get to know. Sincere Condolences to Joans family. Tracy former Carer.September 10, 2020
A hard working and lovely woman who was ahead of her time.
John and JulieSeptember 16, 2020
To Neil ,Ann and the Stuckey family, Our thoughts are with you all today. We have very fond and cherished memories of you mum form over the past 45+ years, especially of her looking after our Steven when he was a baby so that we could go spotlighting. We can’t be with you now but we are with you in spirit.September 16, 2020
Love always John and Sharyn and family.
Thinking of you all at this sad time.September 16, 2020
I remember Joan as a gentle, intelligent and very hands on person. Listening to your tributes, Joan had a very full life, making a positive difference to many peoples’ and animals’ lives.
All the best to the Stuckey clan at this time of loss.
A lovely service.. Our deepest sympathy , thinking of you all at this sad time.September 16, 2020
Thinking of the Stuckey family at this sad time & we will remember the great memories of our get togethers, especially many Christmas lunches. She certainly was a lovely person. Sympathy to you all, Love from Dot & John Berryman & family.September 16, 2020
A lovely service for a remarkable lady. Our thoughts are with you all. Fond memories.
Colin and Dawn StuckeySeptember 16, 2020
To all the Stuckey family. What a wonderful tribute you have given your mum Joan in her final journey.September 16, 2020
What a truly amazing life she lead. I certainly didn’t realise she was a musician, an artist and runner of such high standards, along with the things I did know about her. My cats were some of her patients over the years. We always learn so much more of a person at funerals … it just seems to be the way it is.
I’m sure Joan will be sadly missed by her large family, but you can all certainly smile that she did lead such an industrious and loving life.
May she rest peacefully with Roy and Linton.
Kind regards from Lyn and Daryl Rawson and family.
I watched the service online over the weekend.September 21, 2020
Joan – what an amazing person who lived a remarkable life. The impact that she had will not be forgotten.
In many ways she was the “Australian Story”.