Plaques 001 - 014

Louise Hinds<br /> 

Plaque 1

Louise Hinds

I chose Louise Hinds because during her 76 years of life, Louise quietly and humbly came to the rescue of so many acquaintances, friends and family.She was a warm haven to anyone in need.One-on-one Louise eased people through grief, loneliness, fear and practical needs.

Her vocation in life was to serve others.

by: Pauline Williams

John Hayes<br />aka Mick/Poppa

Plaque 3

John Hayes
aka Mick/Poppa

I chose Poppa, our great grandfather because Poppa was the father of 2, grandfather of 9 and great grandfather of 18. Born in 1916, he died 3 months short off a century. He joined the military police during the 2nd World War. After, he was a district inspector for the Melbourne Tramways for over 40 years. He and Nana moved to Rye when he retired – he LOVED the ocean! He cared for Nan until she died at 73. For the next 26 years he lived independently, volunteered for the blind association for 10 years, gave up a 60yr smoking habit and sat for hours on the beach with friends each day. He was very active in his care home up until his last week. His warm heart, caring ways, cheeky manner and great humour ensured he was loved by and loved many people during his life.

by: Manson Family

Maryanne Scott<br /> 

Plaque 6

Maryanne Scott

I chose my Nana, Maryanne Scott, because she touched our lives very much. She also had a strong faith with God. Anyone she came across she gave the same respect as she did to others. We love her very much and may she rest in peace.

by: Tori and the Stone Family

Leo Brophy<br /> 

Plaque 7

Leo Brophy

I chose Leo Brophy because his great love for people from all walks of life saw him set up schools in Africa, support others to get on their feet.He was most well-known for his advocacy through the many years he spent writing articles to bring attention to the plight of the disadvantaged.

by: Carmel Brennan Cathy and Nathan Donnison

Patricia O'Sullivan<br /> 

Plaque 8

Patricia O'Sullivan

I chose my Mum because she was very dedicated to her faith and family - that was her life.The mother of 7 children and living on a farm, she encountered many challenges – floods, droughts and raising 7 children, but always made the most of the little that she had. Mum passed away on 19th December 2015, a week before her 90th birthday, with all her family around her.

by: Maureen Taffe

Nancy D’Allensndro&<br />Marjorie Story

Plaque 9

Nancy D’Allensndro&
Marjorie Story

I chose Nancy and Marjorie because these two ladies have been a part of my life for almost 70 years. One of strong Catholic Italian back ground, the other equally strong Church of England. To me they represent grace, humanity, charity, love and kindness. Always there when needed, no questions asked, ready to help whatever the situation.

by: Shirley Graham

Annie Nolan<br /> 

Plaque 11

Annie Nolan

I chose my grandmother because she was “A light of mercy in my life”…The mother of 9 children and a mentally ill husband.This woman had a tough life. The love, care and mercy that she showed everyone whom she met on her path of life changed people. Nana came to live with our family (of 9) before I was born. She was my second mother. Her unconditional, love and mercy gave me the tools of which guide my life.

by: Tina Toomey

Fr. Carmelo Simoncelli<br /> 

Plaque 12

Fr. Carmelo Simoncelli

Fr. Simoncelli came to Japan in 1950 as a Salesian priest and worked at our parish in Tokyo from 1975 – 1985.His mottos are “if it’s God’s will”, “our eyes are for others”, “our hands are for others”, “our heart is made to love others”.He showed these words by emptying himself to love others.He is 89 years old now.

by: Yasuharu and Hiroko Sugimoto

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