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in memory of

Glenice Margaret Boromeo

Glenice Margaret Boromeo

21st January 1944 - 8th November 2021


Glenice passed away peacefully at Bendigo Hospice on 8th November 2021 after a short illness, aged 77 years.

Dearly loved wife of Bill.  Loving mother of Paul, Ian and Karen, mother in law of Dianne and Keralyn (Kaz). 

Much loved Nan of Andrew, Matthew, Katelyn and Sebastian.

In God’s loving care


A Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Glenice will be held in St Mary’s Anglican Church,

High Street, Kangaroo Flat on Tuesday (November 16) commencing at 2.00pm.

(entry to the carpark is from the street behind the church).

A private burial service will be held at the Lockwood cemetery earlier in the day.


Due to current covid restrictions the maximum capacity allowed in the church is 120 fully vaccinated guests.  

Proof of full vaccination will need to be shown to permit access.


You may however decide to join us via livestream. 

To do this, please return to the home page of this website and click on the livestream button.

The service will be live approximately 5-10 minutes prior to commencing.


In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in memory of Glenice to the Leukemia Foundation,

GPO Box 9954, Melbourne 3000

and envelopes will be provided at the service on Tuesday.

Funeral Livestream


9 responses to “Glenice Margaret Boromeo”

  1. Rikki says:

    Dear Glenice,
    It was such a privilege and honour to get to know you over the past few months.
    You will remain always in my heart,
    love always, Rikki xx

  2. Jenny and Alan Boromeo says:

    Dear Glenice, you were an amazing caring and gentle person.
    Your undying faith was a rock that kept you going until you left us.
    Rest in peace beautiful lady … who cared for so many now your time to rest has come.
    – Jenny and Alan Boromeo

  3. Veronica Ryan says:

    To all Boromeo Families,
    thinking you all at this Sad Time.
    It was an absolute pleasure to know Glenice.
    Husband Bill was very well known around the Nullawil Area.
    Bill would travel up Grand Final Weekend each year and stay with my Father, Brian (Tex) Lowry.
    The Lowry families have had a big connection with the Boromeo Family for a long time and wish you all the very best.
    R.I.P. Glenice.
    – Veronica Ryan

  4. Melva Elaine Friswell says:

    To Bill, Paul, Ian and Karen,
    Fond Memories of a beautiful lady always with a smile on her face.
    We are all thinking of you in your sorrow.
    – Melva and all the Friswell Family

  5. Caroline Thompson says:

    Glenice, my dearest cousin.
    You were always so joyful and full of fun.
    We had some beautiful times together.
    I love you dearly.
    May you Rest In Peace.
    Love and healing to Bill, Karen, Paul, Ian and all family members.
    You will be missed Glenice.
    Love Caroline Thompson and family.

  6. Lyn Pyatt says:

    In loving memory of Glenice,
    I have many happy memories of us all together when our kids were small.
    Deepest sympathy to Bill, Paul, Ian &Karen.
    May she now rest in peace.
    – Lyn Pyatt [Griffin ]

  7. Erika Vaughan-Niven (Jakowenko} says:

    I have many happy memories of us in Yarrawonga as kids. Kathy Matherson told you your name Glenice was spelt that way because you were a very NICE person,
    even at such a young age. I was really glad that we caught up again when I moved here 10 years ago.
    Deepest sympathy to Bill, Paul, Ian & Karen.
    May she may rest in peace.
    Erika Vaughan-Niven (Jakowenko)

  8. Jo Law says:

    Deepest sympathy to Bill, Paul, Ian, Karen, and their Families,
    Glenice was always a great friend and support to our Mum and us.
    So many fun times and happy memories our families shared.
    Thinking of you all.
    Rest in peace Glenice … you will be sadly missed.
    – Jo Law (McCabe)

  9. Diane Thompson says:

    To Paul, Bill, Karen and Ian, I have recently been told about the sad news of the passing of Glenice. Thank you for putting her service on line for those like me who missed the event. As was mentioned in the service Glenice worked at Bendigo Art gallery for 12 years and this is were I got to know and love her. Glenice was a conscientious worker but we always had lots of laughs on the job. The last couple of years at the gallery saw her promoted to weekend supervisor but we still continued to have fun and share the family stories in-between welcoming people into the gallery. In the 12 years working with Glenice I also got to know her incredible capacity for love and her deep connection to spirit. We shared a quirky belief in reincarnation and karma, which was a highlight of our many deep discussions. I remember those years fondly. I know Genice will now be acknowledged as a special soul in the realms of spirit. Much love to all the Boromeo family
    x Diane (And Ken sends his best wishes to you Paul as well. He loved Glenice too).

Funeral Details

St Mary’s Anglican Church
195 High Street
Kangaroo Flat

16th November 2021 at 2:00 PM

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