12 Campbell Street, Castlemaine
195 High Street, Kangaroo Flat (Bendigo)
Ray passed away peacefully in Castlemaine Hospital.
We would like to thank Dr Mark Farrugia and the Acute staff for doing a wonderful
job looking after Ray until the end of her life.
A funeral service will be held for Ray on Thursday 12th August at 11.00am.
Due to the current covid restrictions, the service will be private and attendance is by invitation only.
You may however like to join us via livestream.
To do this 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.
In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in memory of Ray to Mount Alexander Animal Welfare.
Their bank details for donations are
BSB 633 000
Account number 160 993 408
As a reference please put: The late Ray Morland, from .....(then put your name).
We invite you to click on one of Ray's recipes below.
12th August 2021 at 11:00 AM
Our beautiful Grandma,
We will absolutely treasure all of our wonderful memories with you.
I have started writing them down, something I know you would appreciate.
No one will ever come close to the wonderful human being you were.
Kind, generous, soulful, inspiring and graceful.
I love you so much, Grandma.
Thank you for passing on your wonderful traits, those of which I will uphold for always x
We all love you including your beautiful Great Granddaughter, Emilia aka wrecker x
What can I say, in the short time I knew you, you taught me so much.
You were such a inspiration. I loved catching up with you every week, it was such a pleasure to help you, just chatting and laughing,
I’ll always treasure our memories, thanks for the card games, I’ll never forget you.
A life well lived is a precious gift,
Of hope, strength and grace,
From someone who has made our world
A brighter better place.
It’s filled with moments sweet and sad
With smiles and sometimes tears,
With friendships formed and good times shared,
And laughter through the years.
A life well lived is legacy,
Of joy and pride and pleasure,
A living lasting memory,
Our greatful hearts will treasure.
Rest in peace dear Ray,
Love Emma xx
Condolences to Suzanne, Rodney and family. ⚘⚘
To Rodney, Sue and families,
Ray was a pleasure to see and welcomed all guests with a beautiful smile, which will always be remembered. Ray was a very caring and generous lady, our condolences to all, Ray will certainly be missed but her memory will live on.
Our thoughts and love from
Aunty Val, Juleen, MIchael, Gerald, Jason, Michelle and families.
Such a lovely lady, always welcoming and up for a long chat.
Sympathy’s to her daughter and your 2 girls in your care.
Congratulation on a wonderful life Ray.
Your happy smile and chuckles will be greatly missed.
On our visits to Castlemaine we always looked forward to seeing you and enjoying a laugh, a cup of tea and a chat.
You always had a lovely thing or two to say when keeping in touch over Facebook. Much love to Suzanne, Stevie, the girls and your extended family.
You will be remembered dearly.
– Nicola, Craig, Aaron and Leon Robilliard. 💕
Saturdays wont be the same without you.
We will miss you very much your cakes you enjoyed making for us were so good for our card group.
Your talking made us mad at times but we still loved you.
Condolences to your family.
Rest in Peace dear Ray.
Thank you Ray for being such a sweet gentle lady.
We all enjoyed and loved you being a part of our family. (The extra grandma to Elliott and Bellinda).
You had a infectious smile and laugh.
It’s hard to believe you were 90 years young.
Your love of food and cooking will also be missed.
I know by dear brother Stephen will definitely miss your curries, and us your rolled pavs.
Your loving daughter Sue was more than just a daughter, she was a wonderful carer giver and angel when you needed her.
Sorry we couldn’t be there in person today.
What a beautiful tribute to you by your family.
It’s never easy loosing a loved one.
You will be definitely be missed.
Love Dennis Margaret Elliott and Bellinda xxxx
You enchanted us with your tales of exotic India under British rule in a bygone era, with a pet monkey, heroic brother and fragrant curries being delivered by servants on pushbikes and then you fed us!!
You ruled the kitchen making amazing curries (not forgetting the correct accompaniments) and truly delicious desserts that looked like they came straight from the pages of the magazine.
You took so much pride in making sure everything was ‘just right’ and we all felt truly spoilt when coming to stay, your unwavering moral compass and compassion made you the beautiful human that you were… we miss you.
R.I.P. Ray – dearly loved by all of us.