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Alumnae Notices - Autumn 2022

Our Alumnae Notices share news of significant events in the lives of our community members. This instalment
9 Feb 2022
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We offer our sincere sympathies to the following members of our community and their families:

Nicole Fay (Cahill, Kirribilli ’74), Mia Gouge (Fay, Kirribilli ’05) and Rachel Fay (Kirribilli ’09), on the death of their mother and grandmother, Henriette Cahill (Bladiniere, ’46)

Patricia McMurtrie, Anna McMurtrie ('04) and Alice McMurtrie ('07), on the death of their husband and father, Kenneth McMurtrie, former Deputy Principal of Loreto Normanhurst. 

On behalf of our community, Kate Kovacs, Christine Woods and Jenelle Minto, shared this reflection about Ken who was treasured by many. 

Rod Broadhead and the Broadhead family, on the death of Grace Broadhead.

Grace worked at Loreto Normanhurst as a teacher of Science from 1999 to 2006 and was much-loved by staff and students.

Grace's funeral will be held on Friday 4 March at 1.00pm at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Berrima. 

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