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Yvonne Lewis-Moore

Yvonne Lewis-Moore


Yvonne Lois “Bonnie”

12.7.45 – 12.9.20

Died so peacefully at Penhall, Castlemaine.  Granddaughter of Alice and John Clarke, daughter of Raymond and Gwynneth Guy,

sister of Helen (all dec) and Neville. 

Devoted wife of Ronald Moore (dec), loved mum of Danni, Kylie and David, mother in law of Josh Meadows and Peter Thursky,

Nanna to Liam and Julian, Nannie to Abigail, mother figure and dearest friend to Helen Chenhall.


Deepest gratitude to all the staff associated with Penhall, Dr Kirby Jefferies and Dr Richard Mayes for their exceptional care.


Now reunited with those she loves who have gone before her. 


Due to current restrictions, a private service will be held for Yvonne on Friday 18th September commencing at 1.30pm.

 To join us via live stream please return to the home page of this website and click on the live stream button. 

You will be able to watch approximately 10 minutes prior to the start time of the service.


In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in memory of Yvonne to Alzheimers Australia.

www.alzheimersaustralia (click on the yellow donate button at the top of the home page) or phone 1800 100 500.


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23 responses to “Yvonne Lewis-Moore”

  1. Kaye Williamson says:

    A lovely lady now at peace It was a pleasure to know you

  2. Kelly, Anthony, Beau and Megyn Cooper says:

    Many happy and fun times are wonderful memories we can hold dear to our hearts now you have left us to be with your Ronnie.
    Rest In Peace and never stop laughing beautiful Yvonne.

  3. Dian and Neil Blythman says:

    Here’s to Yvonne – feisty, stoic, brave, humouress and entertaining.
    We will raise a glass to “the gutsiest little broad we know”.
    Now with Ron.
    Our Love to all the Family.

  4. Louise and family says:

    How could we forget that lovely smiling face.
    The memories will always linger of Yvonne’s charm and special grace.

    Now united with Ronnie.

  5. Sue Arnett says:

    Vonnie, you were a wonderful loving lady continually smiling laughing, I will miss u sweetheart.

    Love to your wonderful family and a big pat for Bruce.

  6. Liz says:

    We will cherish all the happy times we spent with Aunty Yvonne.
    We take comfort in knowing she’s now reunited with Uncle Ron.
    Her infectious laugh and beautiful smile will remain in our memories forever.
    Especially thinking of Danni, Josh, Abigail, Kylie, Peter, Liam, Julian and David.

    Lots of love Neville, Rosemary, Chris, Jen, Liz, Bec and families.

  7. Lin Bartrip says:

    A lifetime of wonderful memories of Bonnie. All our love to Danni, Kylie and David.
    Now with her Ronnie.

    Lin, Peter and Ping

  8. Tanya (Meadows) Tankard says:

    Lovely memories of dear Yvonne.

    When Danni and Josh were planning their wedding, Yvonne and Ron came up to Montrose. Such a happy time; so lovely to have two families feeling joyful about the upcoming marriage. Then there was all too soon the sadness with dear Ron’s illness and his passing. We cried together.
    Later there was great joy when Abigail Grace was born. Yvonne and I were very proud grand-mothers.

    On the occasions I visited Yvonne at Penhall her face always lit up in recognition. What a lovely smile! There was always warmth between us. Despite her complicated health issues she lived her life well, right till the end.
    She appreciated so much what was done for her by the staff, and took delight in the plants in the garden, the birds outside, the children who came to sing from a local school, the cat who shared her Penhall home, and mostly, the love of her family across the gardens who were regular visitors and carers.

    We will miss her but know she’s been welcomed into her Heavenly home.

    Sending love to all the family and with thankfulness for Yvonne’s life and friendship.

    Tani and Paul

  9. Yvonne Moroz says:

    Yvonne you have left so many beautiful memories through our lifetime together. Our two families sharing birthdays, holidays, Sunday lunches, Christmas dinners.
    The birth of all our children.there were times we laughed and times we cried together with grief.
    Life doesn’t last forever but memories do.
    Thanks for being my sister in-law and a special auntie to Donna and Darrel.
    Thanks for all the love and joy you gave my brother Ronny. Once more Yvonne and Ronny are together.
    We will all meet again one day.
    Rest in peace beautiful Big Yvonne,

    love Little Yvonne

  10. Donna Moroz says:

    Dear Auntie Yvonne, I have many fond memories visiting your home. Whilst I played with Danni, Kylie and David, you and mum cooked up a storm.
    We would then all sit around the dining room table with Dad, Darrel and uncle Ronnie joking and laughing.
    Those are the memories that last a lifetime.

    RIP Auntie Yvonne, you are now at peace with Uncle Ronnie xx

  11. Brett, Scott & Petra Heavey says:

    Our deepest sympathies on Yvonne’s passing.
    Yvonne was such a lovely caring woman, and a close and dearly loved neighbour. We have many treasured memories over the years, in good times and bad.
    Many an afternooon was spent together having a cuppa with our parents Neville and Ruth.
    She will always be remembered fondly, and while we can’t be there in person, we send all our love during this sad time to Danni, Kylie, David and families.

    Love Brett, Scott and Petra Heavey

  12. David Incigneri says:

    Yvonne you were always a joy to meet and talk with, your big smile was infectious and we’d always have fun.
    We miss you already.
    May you Rest in Peace.

  13. Matthew Belcher says:

    Dear Yvonne,
    Thank you for always being so kind whenever I would visit. You always made me feel welcome, offered me dinner and was always up for a chat.
    You will be truly missed by myself and all of the ‘darts crew’.
    May you rest in peace.

  14. Wendy Coulson says:

    Always will remember those spaghetti nights. The laughs and your kindness will never be forgotten.
    You are now talking to the angels and counting the stars and most comforting to know you are now dancing with Ron.
    Goodbye Yvonne.
    You are in the arms of God.
    May God bless you.

    Steve, Wendy, Lachlan & Taylah

  15. Arnaldo, Sarina and Family says:

    Yvonne, we have many fond memories of growing up and our families together on Police Road.
    May you rest in peace with Ron.
    We send our love to Danni, Kylie and David.

    Arnaldo, Sarina, Robert, Dean and Nadia

  16. Clare Ternes (Graham) says:

    Yvonne, you shall be missed so much.
    I have many lovely memories of always feeling welcome and loved in your home and many long chats at the kitchen table, where you would get the truth out of me of what all us kids had been up to!
    Many hours of laughter.
    Back with your beloved Ron now and may you be at peace always.

    Lots of love. Clare & family.

  17. Troy Maniatakis says:

    Yvonne always greeted me at the door with a welcoming smile. She was always trying to feed me and would ask with genuine interest about my family. You could see how much she loved David by the way she treated his friends.
    Much love to all the family.

    Troy, Shannan & Leo

  18. Andy says:

    All the best to you and your family mate.
    Our thoughts are with you,
    lots of love Andy and Hanako

  19. Kristen [Cheryle] Guy says:

    I remember the days Yvonne when you and I, (cousins – and only a year apart in age), would always find time to sit and talk. How the years have gone by. Over those years we caught up a number of times. You were the cousin I loved the most. I have treasured memories in my heart.
    You are now at peace and safely resting in God’s loving arms.
    Fly free dear Yvonne. xx

  20. Heather Coulson says:

    A kind lady with a big heart of gold, full of life, love and laughter.
    My sympathies to David, Danni and Kylie and families.
    God’s blessings be with you.

  21. Erwin and Sue Schilling and Steven and Christopher. says:

    Thank you to the Moore family for sharing such a wonderful service in honor of Yvonne. What a well lived life. Everybody who knew her loved her. Rest in peace lovely lady.

  22. Dustyn Moore says:

    To my much loved Aunty Yvonne, My Godmother.
    I am going to miss you terribly!! So many wonderful memories I will always cherish. The one thing I will always remember you for is your beautiful smiling face, your laugh and how kind hearted you were. Coming to visit you and Uncle Ronnie are some of my favourite times when I was younger. I still have the my first ever pair of real silver hoops you brought for me. You are one of the most beautiful people I’ve been so fortunate to have had in my life! I’ll always remember you for your bright eyes and sparkling heart. I love you so very much!
    Love forever and always,
    Dustyn Moore

  23. Grant M says:

    A beautiful lady and a life lived wonderfully.
    You will be remembered Yvonne.

Funeral Details

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