Passed away peacefully in the company

of her beloved husband, Brian,

on Thursday January 20, 2022.

Aged 85 years.

 

Mother to many

So dearly missed

Forever loved

 

THE FUNERAL MASS for the late MOREEN McGEE will be Celebrated ENTIRELY in

Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church, corner Marian and Portrush Roads, Payneham

on SATURDAY, January 29, 2022 at 10:00 a.m.

The Funeral Mass will also be available by livestream.

Please use the link provided above.

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Brien and Lorraine Desjarlais -

We met Brian and Moreen on a European tour in 1997 and we became good friends. We went on to do a few more trips together and they came to Ottawa, Canada to visit us twice. Moreen was such a happy person she loved to laugh and be teased. We shared many stories while having a beer or two in our hotel room before dinner. We were a good mix and got along well. She loved her family and was very proud of her nieces and nephews.


Claude and Ghislaine Lafreniere -

We are family to Brien and Lorraine (sister) Desjarlais. We had the opportunity meeting Moreen only once where we shared a meal during her visit to Ottawa, Canada. Such a kind and interesting person. We will keep found memory in our hearts and prayers.


Luke and Catherine Stephen -

Aunt Marth was a very special lady who we were lucky enough to call our Aunt. Her kindness was legendary. We loved our time with her, she will be missed God bless Aunt Marth


Paul Abraham -

We grew up with Moreen in Grey St sadly missed by us ALL.


Vincent Abraham -

Dear Moreen, One of the last true "West Ender" You're beloved "Red and Blacks" football team had no more a loyal and staunch supporter.....you were with them for the long run. Your attributes of dedication, compassion and support for Family are a beautiful legacy of your life. Eternal Rest in the Light Of Christ.


Monica Joseph -

Aunty Moreen, We never saw you much, but you always took an interest & knew what we were all doing. Many fond memories of our visits to Adelaide. You are now at rest with God and reunited with your brothers and sisters. Uncle Brian- we are thinking & praying for you Love Monica, Matt, Elias Cameron & Michael


Sam and Liliana Furina -

We are saddened by Maureen's passing, we feel that we knew her for ever. Our heartfelt condolences to Brian. Fr. Alan Winter conducted a beautiful service.


Pauline Green (nee. Duke) -

Sorry to learn of the passing of Moreen. I worked with her at the Highways Dept f or many years along with Netta. Two lovely girls & kind to me as a youngster, & their love of West Adelaide Football Club. Now resting in arms of the Angels.


PAUL ABRAHAM -

UNABLE TO ATTEND WATCHED ON LIVE SREAM