Passed away peacefully at home in Wairoa, surrounded by her loving whanau, on Tuesday 21 December 2021.
Beloved wife of Dick (dec). Loved Mother of Barbara, Bessie, Henry, Watene, Matiria, Elaine, Alex, Tahu and Floyd. Cherished Nan and Nan Nan to all her mokopuna.
Sally will lie at Iwitea Marae from Wednesday 22 December 2021 where her tangihanga will be held on Friday 24 December 2021 at 11am followed by her burial in the Iwitea Urupa.
Due to the current covid restrictions the whanau and manuhiri are required to comply with the Iwitea Marae protocols in place.
Passed away peacefully at home on Thursday, 16 December 2021.
Dearly loved wife and soul mate of Rutene (Duke) dec. Loved mother of Te Aroha (TC), Matene and Christina. Loved mother in law of Len, Don, Chrisella and Damon. Much loved Nana of Te Arani, Ariya, Chase and Puti, and Cheree. Loved great Nana to Myah.
Johanne will lie at her home, 710 Awamate Road, Wairoa. Her funeral service will be held at the Wairoa Cemetery on Monday 20 December 2021 at 11am.
All messages can be sent to 710 Awamate Road Wairoa 4190.
Suddenly passed away, Thursday 16.12.2021.
Loved son of Shane Barbarich (dec) and Jenny Kara-Barbarich. Brother of Monz and Talle, Rob and Ana, and Mac and Devin. Cherished Uncle of Chrisayce, Teilah, Lowgan, Aaliyah, Riki-Leigh and Leanna. A loved grandson, nephew, cousin and friend/bro to many.
Due to current covid restrictions, the whanau wish to have a private funeral service and he will be interred by his Dad.
Passed away peacefully on December 11, 2021, at Hampton Court Rest Home, Napier. Aged 89 years. Loving wife of the late Colin. Cherished Mum and mother-in-law of Paula and Bernard (deceased), Tony and Sapphire, Brenda and Stephen, Gabrielle, Paddy, Helen and Greg, and Rachel and Geordie. Much loved Nana and Great-Nana of Amon, Aaron, Becky, Richard, Jeremy, Liam, Holly, Ieuan, Charlotte (deceased), Matthew, James, Ethan, Aiden, Conor, Sophie, Evie, and Zoe. Special thanks to all the staff at Hampton Court for their compassion and care of Rosemary. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St Mary's Catholic Church, 58 Osier Road, Greenmeadows, Napier on Thursday December 16 2021, at 10.30am, followed by interment in the Wairoa Lawn Cemetery, Fraser Street, Wairoa at 3pm.
Due to Covid 19 requirements, a vaccine pass must be presented at this funeral and burial. Messages to the ‘Martin Family’ C/o PO Box 7001, Taradale, Napier 4141.
He pānui tēnei mā te matenga o Jessie Moetu Smith
01/09/1947 – 08/12/2021
Tu mai ra Taumutu, kua ngaro i te waikamo
Mā ngā roimata a to whānau to tinana e kawe ki te marae
Mā ngā karakia to wairua e rere ki te Atua kaha rawa
Kaua rā e Jessie e wareware ia mātau kua mahue iho nei.
Its with a heavy heart and great sadness, the whānau of Jessie Moetu Smith announces her passing.
She will be deeply missed by her mother, siblings, children, mokopuna and extended whānau.
Ka takoto a Jessie ki te kainga o te whānau mo te pōapa, kātahi ka haere a Jessie me tana whānau ki Iwitea marae kia takoto ai hei te ahiahi o 9/12/2021. Hei te rahoroi e whai muri ana ka nehua e Jessie ki te urupā o George Walker kei Nuhaka
Jessie will lie at home on the night of Wednesday 8th Dec then travels to Iwitea marae on 9th Dec, arriving Thursday afternoon to lay in state before her interment at the George Walker Cemetery in Nuhaka on 11th Dec.
Due to the current red light restrictions, as your host, the whānau pani and whānau whānui are required to ensure we keep visitors safe at Iwitea marae. Scanning marae QR codes OR signing the visitors' book is essential for everyone. Hand sanitiser and face masks will be made available for manuhiri if require on arrival before being welcomed onto the marae.
Please note we have developed an online timetable with allocated time slots for friends and family (25 people max per visit) to book when visiting Iwitea marae. Please click on the private Facebook page link below for timetable details:
It is essential that whānau/groups book their visit, please check to see available timeslots to ensure your whānau/group don’t get turned away from Iwitea marae. It’s as strange for us as it is for you to undertake our tangihanga in such a manner and we are trying our best to deal with the current situation and keep each other safe. So please be kind and kia tau te rangimarie