12 Aug 1941 - 27 Dec 2014
12 Aug 1941 - 27 Dec 2014
YATES, Gillian Carole, (nee McTavish).
On December 27, 2014. Died peacefully at Taradale Masonic Private Hospital.
Born December 13, 1940.
Dearly loved wife of the late Ron. Loved mother of Vaughan, and Kerry. Loved sister and sister-in-law of Jennifer and Norm Rennie, John and Pat McTavish, the late Wendy, and Shena and Mark Richardson. Loved step-mother of Debbie, Michelle, Sharyn, Joanne, and Vicki.
A heartfelt thank you to the staff at Taradale Masonic for their wonderful, compassionate care of Gill.
A celebration of Gill’s life was held in the Dunstall Memorial Chapel, Edwardes Street, Napier, on Friday January 2, at 11.00am. In lieu of flowers a donation in Gill’s memory to Cranford Hospice would be appreciated and can be left via www.cranfordhospice.org.nz
Tributes may be left at our website www.dunstalls.co.nz or posted to Gill’s family, c/- PO Box 1055, Napier 4140.
We are sorry to hear about Gill's passing. It is a blessing as she is not in any pain now.
All our love and thoughts
Jo, Kerry and Ezra
I miss you Gill, I hope you have a wonderfull afterlife filled with joy and peace. I will always miss your homemade milkshakes and treats. Your hospatality will always be missed! Thankyou for having me to stay whenever I visted :) I love you nan!
I hope you got to heaven Gill in time to be with Ron on New Year's Eve. My thoughts are with all your family and friends.
Special friend to the Earnshaw family - we will miss you so much
and feel privileged to have spent so much time with you during this battle.
Words are never adequate in moments like these . My heart goes out to all family . Gill had a beautiful smile and I will always remember the joyous times shared with her , Ron , the sunshine boy Kerry , family and friends .
She leaves behind a wonderful family and I know you will all be a great source of comfort and support to one another.
Love , Mihaela ( daughter in law)
My dear friend Gill. Always a winner and I admired you for being so.
In the final contest you won your battle yet again...the pain is defeated.
I will never forget you.
With our deepest sympathy to Gills Family on the loss of a wonderful, funny, lovely, caring Lady, Gill became one of our dearest friends over the last few years when we stayed with her and Ron and we will treasure the memories. you will be sadly missed. Love Barbara & Dennis Cambridge
I will miss you Gill but your battle is over now you can rest in peace. Say hi to Ron from me.
Love ya heaps