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in memory of

Jean McLean (nee Lockhart)

Jean McLean (nee Lockhart)

8th October 1931 - 7th September 2021


Jean passed away peacefully on 7th September 2021 aged 89 years. 

Daughter of Campbell and Ada (both dec). 

Dearly loved wife of Robert (dec).  Loving mother of Leslie (dec), Elizabeth, Neil and David,

mother in law of Louise and Michelle.

Very special nan of Cindy, Mark, Fiona, Ian, Sheridan (dec),

Hayley, Lauren, Geoff, Colin, Jayson, Shannen, Dylan, Joel, April

and great grandma of Courtney, Emilie, Brodie, Marley, Liam, Kirrilee, Jayden, Lochlan, Alannah,

Jake, William, Grace, James, Harry, Leonie, Logan and Haylee.


We watched you suffer,

we heard you sigh,

but all we could do was just stand by.

We lived in hope and prayed in vain,

for God to make you well again.

But He decided we must part,

we watched you go with broken hearts.


In keeping with Jean’s wishes, a private cremation has been held.


4 responses to “Jean McLean (nee Lockhart)”

  1. Judy Hall says:

    Jean was a special friend to my Mum and loved watching the bowls.
    Sympathy to the McLean family.

  2. mick murphy says:

    A very special friend and neighbour to the Murphy family for many years…
    Deepest sympathy to Elizabeth Neil David and families.
    – Frances, Eileen Michael and Noel Murphy.

  3. Beverley Mclean says:

    Friends for a long time sadly life ends.Deepest sympathy to Neal, Elizabeth, & David,& their families.
    We had some good times.

  4. Fiona Knobben (McLean) says:

    Thank you for your care, love, support and everything that you did for me throughout all the years. The words you spoke so wisely, have never been so clear, all the lessons you taught me still remain right here. Teaching me to always be true, teaching me right from wrong, teaching me how to cook, to telling me to read books. Teaching me how to be strong and not to worry when things go wrong, and more importantly about unconditional love, I am who I am because of you. You always saw the good in everyone no matter what they’ve done. You were always the one we could turn to and lean on, you were always the strength of the family. You are one in a million.
    I miss you every day, the memories I have made with you will always remain. Heartbroken that you are gone, and tears still flow, where ever you are I know you’re in a better place, no longer in any pain. I will be forever grateful and thankful that you are my Grandma.
    How I wish Heaven had visiting hours, missing you more than I can say…. I Loved you more … xoxox
    ‘A golden heart stopped beating
    Hard working hands at rest
    God broke our hearts to prove to us
    He only takes the BEST’…

Funeral Details

At the request of the family, a private service was held.