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in memory of

Fay Nellie Walker (nee Hampton)

Fay Nellie Walker (nee Hampton)

3rd March 1929 - 8th August 2022


Fay passed away 8th August 2022, aged 93 years.

Loved and loving wife of Don (dec) for 67 years.

Adored daughter of May & Harry Hampton and sister of Max (all dec.)

Sister-in-law of Judy, Douglas and Ian (dec.)

Mother of Tamsin, Calum, Kinta and Jirrah.

Mother-in-law of Patrick (Rick), Salli, Lindsay and Stephanie.

Grandma of Suilven & Charlie, Martineau & Harrison, Isla, 

Bonnie (Bryn), Geordie, Lucy and Lottie

Respected and admired by her numerous cousins and extended family.

Many warm memories over a long and busy life. 

Fay will be so deeply missed.


A private cremation has been held.


9 responses to “Fay Nellie Walker (nee Hampton)”

  1. Judy Hall says:

    Mrs Walker was my teacher at secondary school… I am saddened by her passing.
    – Judy Hall

  2. Lynne Jenkins says:

    Deepest Sympathy to Tamsin and families on the passing of your Mum.
    May you keep wonderful memories of her always in your hearts.
    – Lynne Jenkins (nee Anderson).

  3. Linda Bassett says:

    Deepest condolences to Tamsin and family. Lovely memories talking with your mum at Kindergarten when picking up the girls.
    Linda Bassett.

  4. Kristina says:

    Dear Kinta and family,
    I am so sorry to hear of your loss.
    My love and thoughts are with you at this time.
    – Kristina Forbes (nee Todorovich).

  5. Jackie McLean (van der Horst) says:

    Deepest sympathy to Jirrah and all the Walker family.
    May all your wonderful memories, the love and support from your family and friends help you through this sad time.

    – Jackie McLean (van der Horst) xx

  6. Linda Constable says:

    Sincere sympathy to the Walker Family.
    We remember Fay for the intense love she had for her family and the joy she found in her garden.
    You will have many happy memories of her long and productive life.
    Barry and Linda Constable

  7. Rhonda and Trevor Mckay says:

    My memories are talking with Fay in the staff room. She was a positive person, always with a laugh and a smile.
    Sympathy to all the family.
    – Rhonda and Trevor McKay

  8. Anne Perkins says:

    I have many lovely memories of Fay over more than 40 years, dating back to the time when Tamsin and I were school friends. Fay always made me welcome, especially on the trips to Melbourne for Gilbert and Sullivan. One of my lasting memories of her is reading me snippets from the libretto in the car on the way to Melbourne, to make sure that I wouldn’t miss the funny bits during the performance. She had a great sense of humour, accompanied by a rather mischievous twinkle in the eye when she made a witty comment. Fay always struck me has having a strong interest in life, and was always busy with her garden, a project or following up on some research. It was clear how much she loved her family – when I saw her in later years she loved to tell me the latest stories of what the children and grandchildren were up to. Mum greatly valued Fay and Don as her neighbours in Doveton Street for nearly 40 years and misses them both. Sincere sympathy to all the family.

  9. Geraldine says:

    Sincere sympathy to Tamsin and all the Walker family.
    I will always remember Fay as a world traveller and very intelligent and knowledgeable teacher of history at Castlemaine High. I held her in high esteem and looked up to her as a someone who showed me how to live authentically and with integrity.

Funeral Details

A private cremation has been held.