Evelyn Olive Thomason

Evelyn Olive Thomason

Late of St Georges Basin

Passed away Saturday, 16th March 2024.
Devoted Wife of John.
Dearly Loved Mother of Kim, Karl (dec), Kevin, David (dec), John (dec)
and Mother-in-Law of Bruce, Leanne & Cheryl.
Cherished Big Nan to Grandchildren Damian, Kia, Chrystal, John (Jack), Rhys, Cody & Riley.
Marzy to her Great Grandchildren Jaiden, Ava, Ollie & Charlotte.
Much Loved Aunty to Margaret, Tina, Craig and their extended families.

Aged 92 Years
Forever In Our Hearts

Evelyn has been cremated privately
A memorial service will be held by family at a later date

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  1. I heard so many stories bout Marzy from John before I met her the first. I must admit I was a little worried. Marzy is very protective of her family so an outsider has to earn her respect otherwise…a kick up the arse would have been the least of my problems. I learnt very quickly not to mess with her kitchen cupboards, wipe down the shower after using it, not to make the bed and don’t sound the car hoon when you see her walking down the street (she was so jumpy). Needless to say we enjoyed endless conversations (mainly me and farz did all the talking) while shopping, eating Farzy’s cooking and drinking endless cups of tea. She patiently taught me how to crochet, swear, garden and propagate plants. Marzy told it like it was..if it was shit..it was. She always made me laugh with her “Mrs Brown’s impersonation ..”that’s nice” when she didn’t want to hurt your feelings. She welcomed my family into her heart and loved hearing about all their adventures. Marzy certainly had a life full of adventures herself, and now she gets to enjoy the biggest adventure yet..rest and sleep peacefully with your loved ones that have gone on before you. Forever in our hearts. Cheryl and family

  2. I first meet Marzy when I was a young teenager. I quickly learnt if she liked you, she loved you. She was a strong woman that called a spade a spade. She was the grandmother of my eldest daughter & took the grandmother role of my youngest. Her laugh was loud & infectious. Loved a good fish & taught me how to catch prawns. She always made sure she put her order in when Farzy & I went fishing. Thankful we always, well almost always delivered the goods.
    She loved a good bargain & I enjoyed our shopping trips to Ulladulla. Nobody made a lemon meringue pie like Marzy & her butterfly cakes were to die for. Whatever she put her mind to she mastered it. I love you Marzy & you will always have a special place in my heart.

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