Winifred-PIESSE-Obituary

Winifred PIESSE

Osborne Park, Western Australia

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PIESSE (Winifred Margaret): 12.6.1923 - 11.3.2017 Loved wife of Mervyn (dec). Much loved mother and mother-in-law of Anne and Chris, Austin and Sue, Charles and Inga. Cherished grandma of Caroline and Christian, Timothy and Annabel, Emily, Michelle and Tom, Mervyn and Julie. Great- grandma of...

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So many fond memories of dear Aunty Win. She will be missed by so many. Such a loving, happy lady. I will always remember the happy times I had with the family as a youngster and afterwards also. Sincere condolences to the family

So many great memories of Aunty Win at her home and sharing Woolarama weekends over the years with our treasured Piesse family. Most of all, we will miss her big "welcome hugs", her hearty laugh and wealth of knowledge. Blessings for a peaceful journey Aunty Win. Love Tom, Jane, Todd, Michael and Brianna.

Such great times with Win and Machine Knitting. Also hearing of her life history and also that of the history of Wagin and of the HMAS Sydney. May her knitting machine run smoothly and no dropped stitches. Margie Ward and all the Machine Knitters from the 90's.

She was such a talented lady, a stalwart of local clubs. Fond memories at the Wagin Arts & Craft group where she chaired many AGM, s. Sadly missed..

She was such a lovely lady. A fond memory of sitting beside her in church and she was so sweet to my daughter.


PIESSE (Winifred):
Fond memories of Win, life time friend of Ron and Pat Piesse (dec), loved auntie of Peter, David, Sally, Gwen, Colleen and families.
Sympathy to Anne, Austin, Charles and families.
Remembered always


PIESSE
(Winifred Margaret, Hon):
Sincerest sympathy to her family. Win served in the Legislative Council for 6 years representing the Lower Central Region. She was an esteemed member of the WA Former Members Assoc. and gave generously to public life - may she rest in peace. President, Committee and Members of the WAPFMA


PIESSE (Winifred):
The Parliamentary National Party extends our sincere condolences to the family of Winifred (Win) Piesse. As the first woman to represent the Country Party in the State Parliament, Win was a party stalwart and a dedicated representative for regional WA. She will be remembered for her passionate advocacy in health, education, children and youth for our community.

PIESSE (Win ): Fond memories of a truly unforgettable lady who was a good friend to us all. We will always treasure the memories of the good times we shared with you and your family.
Our thoughts and deepest sympathy go to Ann, Austin, Charlie and their families. Farewell from the Seftons and Gillens.