12 Campbell Street, Castlemaine
195 High Street, Kangaroo Flat (Bendigo)
Died peacefully on 13th February 2023, aged 102 years.
Much loved mother of Eileen and Jenny, mother-in-law of Ian and Andrew.
Loving Grandmother of Rhys, Tegan, Stephen, Lachlan and Paul, and Great Grandmother of Bodhi Ru.
Cherished Aunt of Richard, Geoffrey and Christine.
A service to celebrate her extraordinary life will be held in the Chapel of Mount Alexander Funerals,
12 Campbell Street, Castlemaine on Thursday 23rd February at 11am.
People attending are invited to bring a rose to place on her coffin at the conclusion of the celebration.
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.
23rd February 2023 at 11:00 AM
Molly, it was a delight and an enormous privilege to spend time with you in 2019 and record your story for the National Film and Sound Archive. I am so happy that you have received recognition in recent years for your pioneering role in British and Australian television.
Rest in Peace.
Mrs Brownless (as I was only a child when I knew you, you will always be Mrs Brownless to me), you always welcomed me into your home to spend time with my friends, your daughters, Eileen & Jennifer. I remember the warmth in your smile.
May you Rest in Peace.
My heartfelt condolences to Eileen, Jennifer and families.
– Gaye Cairns (nee Colson)
We were so sad to read of the passing of Kim – I worked with Kim and her daughter Eileen at CHIRP.
What a wonderful person Kim was and her years of experience in so many fields was wonderful.
Her friendship, warmth and respect will always stay with me.
Marilyn Bennet and Ian Braybrook
Dear Eileen and Ian, Jennifer and families
Our sympathy on Kim’s passing. What an amazing long and productive life and still active Creekite!
Very best wishes Virginia and Michael xx
Kim you were such an interesting person who was active in so many things. Thank you for your photography of our Creek restorations, for braving the uneven ground to capture the action. Thank you for sharing your stories with me. You are missed.
Thank you Kim for being such a beautiful, warm light in the world – I feel very lucky to have known you.
So thankful to have the precious memories of singing carols with and for you these last couple of years, and seeing your awesome smile.
Much love to all the family in this time.
Thank you, Mrs B for being part of my life for nearly all of my life.
I miss the idea of you being there with your smile and your ability to know when I was in trouble.
I think you always knew I was trouble! I am happy that I saw you a few years ago and you were okay but getting tired.
Thank you also for being such a good friend to my mum for a very long time. She always admired the things that you did.
Love to all the family. Sally.xo