With Rosie health condition no would excepted her funeral coverage. Leaving her five children between the ages 12 - 18 and their step dad, for 14years, struggle with the cost of a funeral. She was a wonderful mother that help everyone but her self. She was a wonderful mother and a great, and easy person to get alone with. She brought a low student school back to life, with love, attention and affection towards the kids and even letting the kids in the kitchen to teach them how to cook. She has always had a leaking valve or heat murmur. So any time she wanted to get funeral coverage she got turned down. She also put heart out to the community. Any fundraising thing going she was their to put her hand up and nominate the school. She deiced to take another role on. In one year she became tuckshop and fundraiser, after doing tuckshop for two years. After putting her hand up for any fundraising thing going and putting her hand up to help other schools, like help central state school sell tickets for the duck race, and helping kia ora with the tuckshop for their interschool sports day. After raising lots for the school she thought she would take on the next hardest position on the p&c. She became president. Everyone value her opinion. The school lost a value member of the school, an amazing person, a friend and most if all we lost a wonderful mother. To seeing five children walking the streets with her, to her finding something she loved she was always their for other people. To see more visit the Gympie East school Facebook page.
- Bath Family
Toolara Forest QLD