12 Campbell Street, Castlemaine
195 High Street, Kangaroo Flat (Bendigo)
Patricia passed away peacefully on June 4th 2021 in Camberwell.
Beloved wife of Norman, much loved Mother and Mother-in-law of Scott & Melanie and Jane & Matthew.
Cherished Grandmother of Liam, Ashleigh, Lucy, Emily and Baden.
Due to the current covid restrictions, a private family funeral will be held for Patricia on Wednesday (June 16) at 2.00pm.
To join us 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.
Dearest Aunt Patricia,
We feel so blessed to have known you all these years.
You have been a beacon of light to us, always interested in our lives and very giving.
Your artistic skills have been an inspiration and your gentle nature and impeccable character will never be forgotten.
Rest in peace dear Aunt.
– Boyd, Inese and family
So many happy memories of time spent with Aunty Pat.
She was always elegant, generous, gentle and had a wonderful sense of humour.
Absolutely adored her family and that love was poured to out to all the extended family too.
Aunty Pat always had a kind and encouraging word, we will miss her greatly,
Rest In Peace darling Aunty Pat.
We love you
– Jill and Kim
A truly beautiful woman in every way.
In Patricia’s passing a light has left this world, and yet for those of us who loved her, the glow of her legacy will always remain.
Her beauty… her wit… her humour, her creativity and her inner strength within her femininity, belie the old adage that beauty is only skin deep.
I will always vision Patricia sparkling, a shining star out in the deep blue beyond a world where voicing those things is now considered fantasy, or cynical; and yet I state these observations without fear or favour, for to me she was all these and more. To my beautiful aunt and role model, shine brightly wherever you may be, your spirit lives on in our hearts with love eternally,
I would very much like to endorse the tributes aired. They have collectively summed up the character of Patricia Morton, a much loved Auntie. One clear memory for me was a gathering in Yapeen (early 50’s). I could visualise a young Patricia amidst Barassi, Ray and Featherby families. Both Lucy and Henry were present. Pat will always remain in my head and heart. I have a painting hanging on the wall, of me about to go surfing, my Pat arranged for Auntie Pat to do it. So there is no chance of me forgetting this wonderful human being.