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in memory of

Maureen Elizabeth Heagney

Maureen Elizabeth Heagney

25th November 1937 - 18th December 2022

 

Maureen died suddenly on 18th December 2022, aged 85 years.

Dearly loved wife of 63 years to Maurie.

Loving mother of Kevin, Des, Jacinta, Francine, Marty and Ray,  

mother in law of Doreen, Ken, David, Liz and Kylie.

Much loved Grandma of Rebecca, Michelle, Kian, Tynan, Cale, Cameron,

Michaela, Mitchell, Madison, Ryan, Bella and Ajay.

In God's care
Rest in peace

 

A Funeral Mass to celebrate the life of Maureen will be offered in St. Mary's Catholic Church,
Hargraves Street, Castlemaine on Friday 30th December 2022 at 11.00am. 

Following the service you are warmly invited to join the family for refreshments in the Church Hall.

 

If you wish to join us at the service via livestream,
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.

 

The cortege will leave St Mary's Church at 2.30pm and travel to the Sandon Cemetery.

All are invited to join the family for the burial service.

 

 

 

 

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17 responses to “Maureen Elizabeth Heagney”

  1. Marie McCallum says:

    Our dear friend whom we loved so much.
    We will miss you greatly lovely Maureen, always ready to help anyone in need and worked very hard for our Community.
    Deepest sympathy and love to Maurie and all the family on your sad loss.
    – Lee & Marie McCallum ❤️

  2. Jill Bant says:

    Maureen, it is with much sadness the Newstead Cemetery Trust learns of your passing. Rest Peacefully. It was an honour to know you, you will be sadly missed.
    – Jill Bant and Newstead Cemetery Trust.

  3. Elaine @ Wally Butler @ family . says:

    Goodbye Maureen,
    Remembering our days of working so hard for our swimming pool. The great Poolside Parties we had and we did raise quite a bit of money! The lovely afternoons we had at the pool with our young kids. So rest in peace Maureen with deepest sympathy to Maurie and family.
    – Elaine & Wally Butler and family.

  4. Lil and Peter Skilbeck says:

    It is with great sadness that we read of Maureen’s passing. She was a generous soul who would help any one in need.
    We have valued her as a friend since we arrived in the district almost 40 years ago.
    Sincere condolences to Maurie and the family.
    Lil and Peter Skilbeck

  5. Leanne Wise says:

    Deepest sympathy to Maurie and family, thinking of you all at this sad time.

    – Lola, Leanne, Judy and John Hepburn and families

  6. T & C Harvey says:

    We feel so blessed to have had Maureen as our friend and our ‘neighbour’. So very kind and always helping others but never looking for the limelight, she gave tirelessly to the community and I will treasure all the gardening hints & tricks she has given me over the years, that hopefully I can pass on. Love ya heaps dear friend.
    Deepest Sympathy to the wonderful Maurie & family xx
    Love Clare & Trevor

  7. The Bendigo Heagneys says:

    Our sincere condolences to Maurie and family on the loss of such a beautiful and amazing woman – a real POWERHOUSE!
    You’re in our thoughts and prayers,
    With love from all the Bendigo Heagneys

  8. JANETTA BREWER says:

    Goodbye Maureen. The family at Sandon enjoyed many cuppas with you and enjoyed having you as a neighbour.
    My sympathy to Maurie and family.
    – Janetta Brewer

  9. Pat Millar says:

    Our sincere sympathy to Maurie and Family. We were deeply saddened to learn of Maureen’s death. Maureen’s warm welcome and help when we moved to Sandon will never been forgotten. She was a true friend and tireless worker for her community and will be sadly missed. Thank you for all the cuppas. Vale Maureen.
    – Pat and Tony Millar

  10. The Maltby’s says:

    Our Sincere sympathy to Maurie and Family, our thoughts are with you all at this sad time.
    Fond memories of Maureen, such a friendly and hard working Lady.
    Love from Val & Barry Maltby and Family

  11. All the Ballarat and Creswick Heagney Families says:

    A very warm message of sympathy to Maurie & Family on the loss of Maureen.
    Our family ties to Sandon and the great work done by Maureen. RIP.
    – All the Ballarat and Creswick Heagney Families.

  12. Justin Shortal says:

    I was very deeply saddened to hear of Maureen’s sudden passing. She was such a very special and good person.
    I will miss her, her great spirit, generosity, cheerfulness and boundless energy in everything she tackled in life.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you Maurie and all the Heagney family.
    Justin Shortal.

  13. Roger Heagney says:

    We were shocked to hear the news of Maureen’s death so soon after that of Denis.
    Our sincere condolences to Maurie and family.
    Roger, Margaret and the Heagney family (Melbourne)

  14. Joan Sartori says:

    Maureen was a very community minded person, over the years she has been a committed and active member of many of our local organizations.
    She was one of the founding members of the Newstead Fire Brigade Auxiliary, during that time she held many positions on the committee during her 40 years of service.
    For 25 years she organized and ran the community dances, raising between $50,000 and $60,000 for the brigade.
    A generous caring friend to us all, whom we will sadly miss, but we will always remember.
    Thank you Maureen for being our friend and for what you have done. “We will always remember the good times” (her words)
    Our love and sympathy to the Heagney family.
    – Joan, Ralph Sartori and family.

  15. Jacinta Stewart says:

    It’s been so hard to say goodbye to you Mum 😢. Thanks for being the best Mum and Grandma. For all your love and endless support, for all the beautiful sewing and knitting, for all the delicious cooking. For being a woman of faith all your life. For your countless community fundraising efforts, for quietly helping people who needed it without making a fuss. For the shared garden wisdom, the recipe and book swaps. I’ll miss those phone calls that start with “it’s your Mother here” and end with “love to you all”.
    Love to you too, Mum. You’ll be always loved and forever missed ❤️

  16. Rhonda haywood says:

    ‘THANK YOU’ Maureen for your lovely friendly manner, l’ll always be grateful for your kindness, you will be very much missed.
    lol Rhonda Haywood

  17. Samantha Grech says:

    What can we say about Maureen other than she was an amazingly kind warm hearted friend.
    When my family & I owned a farm in Newstead Maureen, Maurice &amp their family made us feel so Welcomed even though we weren’t permanent locals & even after My Dad Mario’s passing in 1995 Maureen continued to keep in contact with us. We may have sold the farm, but she still made us feel apart of that community…so many fond memories.
    Our hearts break for Maurice & family.
    We Loved you Maureen & I know that you & Dad are up there in heaven catching up.
    So much Love from the Grech Family❤️🙏

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Funeral Details

St Mary’s Catholic Church
70 Hargraves Street
Castlemaine

30th December 2022 at 11:00 AM

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