Elizabeth-GREENE-Obituary

Elizabeth GREENE

Auckland, Auckland

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GREENE, Elizabeth. On 14th January, peacefully at home in her 96th year. Dearly loved wife of the late Dr Kevin Greene, much loved mother of Mary, Patrick and Susie, Tim and Jilly, Johnny and Katherine. Grandmother of Bonnie, Tom and Bridie, Jack, Amy and Joe, Rory and Sophie, and great...

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Very happy memories of a wonderful friend to Frank and Sally and of us as a family. Truly admired and loved along with Kevin. Our heartfelt condolences, Sally, John and Frances Buckler

25.1.19

Gavin and I have been saddened to hear of the recent death of Elizabeth. Both Kevin and Elizabeth had a long friendship with the Cassidy family in Hamilton and later when they moved to Rotorua. We have many very happy memories of various incidents when the Greene children were young and living in Opoia Road.

We send our love, sympathy and prayers to all the family.
Margaret & Gavin Fitzgerald

All our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this sad time. We fondly remember Elizabeth and Kevin's trips back to Ireland and to Templeville Park in Dublin to visit Kit and Nessa in particular. She was always kind and full of good humour. Deepest sympathy and condolences are sent to the family from Ken and Laura and all of our family here in Belfast. RIP

Our thoughts are with you all as you celebrate Elizabeth's life. What a lady! We will always remember her humour and wicked laughter which bought the Greene family together and into order - matriarch comes to mind. Love to you all xx

Today I remember Elizabeth and the Greene family for all the meals our families shared at each other's homes celebrating the commonality of our Belgian and Irish cultures. We always enjoyed laughter, real food and loving ambience. Elizabeth was always up for it and that includes a wild ride we had on a roller coaster. One of Elizabeth's great qualities was that she always called a spade a spade so I always felt comfortable with her. "Politically correct" was not in her vocabulary.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.