WALLACE – Muna Rose (née Najar)
Died peacefully on November 9th, 2019 at Yallambee Aged Care aged 85 years. Reunited with husband Roy, brother David, son Lee and grandson Jason. Much loved mother to Bronwyn, Andrew, David, Ann, Jenny and Lee (deceased) and spouses, Karen, Josefa and Grange. Adored by her seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
‘Mum, you lived most of your life to the fullest. Kind and caring to others less fortunate and dedicated to those you loved. The last four years have been really tough and now your suffering is over and you are in perfect peace with your lord. Thank you for all your love and support to you me and my family. You certainly had enough of your own struggles over the years but found so much piece with your faith. I will miss our catch ups, coffees, chats, fights over silly stuff, but most of all our laughs. Love you forever Mumsy. Annie and Grange xox
Thank you Mum and Nana for all the great memories, lots of laughs, for being so giving, sharing warm hugs and just being you. Love Jenny, Jordy and Jack
Reunited with Uncle Lee and grandson Jason. Thank you for your love and support over the years, we will miss you. Stephen, Rowan, Justine and Danni and your adored great grandchildren xoxFuneral Notice
Thank you Muna for being a kind loving and caring wife to Roy and a much loved family member to us all. You brought much joy to Roy in his final few years.November 12, 2019
May you rest peacefully now.
We will miss you lots.
Love from Dianne and Scotty, Jenny and John.Keith and Wendy, Helen and Dave and families. Xxxx
Thoughts are with Annie and her family. Muna was the best and kindest person. She was there beside me through some of my hardest days. I will never forget her. Her cups of tea and naps on the couch while she played with Sammi; taking her for walks with Roy, Honey and on his visits Zac. She fed me, let me rest. She coloured and crafted with Sam. She gave Sammi her first piano lessons and let her slam her little fingers on the keys. She had Sammis favourite yo-yos in the cupboard, Roy’s fav strawberry ice cream in the freezer and on the stroke of 4 it became beer o clock! She supported people everywhere. She loved children. She’d loose her keys and purse constantly and her fav past time was rearranging the furniture. Roy and I coined the phrase “doing the Muna” everytime the house was reorganised. Ann Hamden you have been the best daughter looking after her so well. Sammi and I are thankful to have you all in our lives. Muna Wallace I know you’ll be playing the piano for God and all his angels. Eating strawberry ice cream with Roy and enjoying time with Lee and JasonNovember 15, 2019