VORBACH – Ailsa May

Born on May 10, 1926. Passed away October 31, 2020.

Passed away peacefully at Narracan Gardens on the 31st of October 2020 aged 94.

Loved wife of John (Dec).

Much loved mother of Kim, Neale and their partners.

Loved Grandma and Great Grandma of all her grandchildren.

Cherished memories in our hearts forever.

Funeral Notice
Latrobe Valley Funeral Services Chapel 6 Ollerton Avenue, Moe
Due to COVID19 restrictions the Funeral Service for Mrs. Ailsa Vorbach will be a private funeral, by invitation only. A service to celebrate Ailsa’s life will be live streamed from Latrobe Valley Funeral Services Chapel Moe on Wednesday (11th November 2020) commencing at 11.30am. To view the live streaming, click here.
Tributes
  1. To All Family members,

    Aunty Ailsa was a wonderful aunt and will be remembered by myself for the wonderful childhood memories I have had installed in my heart forever

    Lots of love
    Karen Farr
    (Dorothys youngest daughter)

    karen November 10, 2020
  2. Aunty Ailsa will always have a special place in my heart, I will cherish all the times we spent together she was like a second mother to me.

    Love always
    Craig Shemmell

    Craig Shemmell November 11, 2020
  3. Hello Kim,
    Very sorry to hear of Ailsa’s passing.
    I rang Jane Paynter for her birthday the other day and she gave me the details of the funeral service.
    I watched the service on streaming.
    It was a lovely service. I especially liked the music. I am a Nat King Cole and Satchmo fan myself.
    I remember talking to Ailsa in the late 1970s after one of trips around Australia about the increasing press for Aboriginal land rights. She was on the ball.
    I also remember the Vorbach home milk deliveries in Yallourn way back when.
    Auntie Pearl Gloz is still alive down here in Noble Park. She is 99 and despite almost total hearing loss she is still switched on. I have been sending her emails, because her son John has been the only one allowed to visit her.
    Jane tells me your health hasn’t been all that great.
    I hope you are as well as possible.
    Regards,
    John Crane.

    John Crane November 11, 2020