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RAYMONT, Elizabeth Roslyn

RAYMONT, Elizabeth Roslyn

RAYMONT, Elizabeth Roslyn

17 Sep 1952 - 19 Mar 2024


… In loving memory of …. Elizabeth Raymont (neé Carter)

Late of Goonellabah, formerly of Chatsworth Island.

Passed away peacefully after a short illness, aged 71 years.

Dearly loved Wife of Duncan.

Much loved Mother to Victoria and Lachlan.

Cherished Sister of Bill (dec), Anne, Kelvin and Margaret (dec).


Funeral Details

Family and friends are warmly invited to attend Elizabeth’s Funeral Service to be held at The Wilson Chapel, Parkview Funeral Home, Goonellabah on Tuesday 26th March, commencing at 11:00am.

Parkview – Goonellabah
43 Holland St
Goonellabah NSW 2480

Date: Tue, 26 Mar 2024
Time: 11:00 am


5 replies on “RAYMONT, Elizabeth Roslyn (neé Carter)”

Jenny Dowellsays:

Sincere condolences to Duncan, Victoria and Lachlan and extended family. Remembering Elizabeth gentle calmness. Thinking of her loving family in their sorrow. Jenny D

Chris & Josie Hutchisonsays:

Elizabeth who will be greatly missed & we will always remember the good times we had together with you & the family.
Our prayers & thoughts go out to Duncan, Lachlan (Lockie), Victoria, Anne, Kelvin & family.
Chris, Josie, Annette, Christopher, Linda & family.

Beryl Grahamsays:

RIP beautiful Liz, remembering the good times we shared, love and hugs to Duncan and family 💞

Linda Myersonsays:

I will miss you, my dear friend Elizabeth. We met at Jazzercise classes, and loved them for the laughter and caring connections we shared. You left us too soon. Sincere condolences to Duncan, Victoria, Lachlan and extended families.

Jenny Kelby (JAK)says:

I’ve only just learnt that my good workmate from the DoH has gone. I just can’t believe it. Liz, our Rock, our reunion organizer. We go back to 1976 when I transferred up to the old Health Commission in the Northern Star Building. We shared many many lunchtime card games, she taught me a bit about her huge shell collection, we hard card nights at various workmates homes, and we generally socialised together up until our last reunion and of course we worked closely together. I am so so sad for you Duncan your children and Liz’s surviving siblings. RIP Liz (this is just so hard for me to say). JAK

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