On behalf of Committee and members NSA would like to send our condolences to the family of Frances Oliver. As a member she will be missed. On a personal note I would like to say farewell my friend with your dry sense of humour and your dry wit I will miss you R.I.P.Fran
Remembered with affection. In 2006 when John was seriously ill, she rang intensive care. She told them she was family. She insisted on finding out how he was. She rang me to ask “did you mind? I feel i’m Family. I said “ not at all, I feel the same”.
Fran was cheerful and always ready for a natter. She lifted the mood and I remember going from Barb’s house for a walk round Monash. She was thoughtful and sent a gift when tali was born. We will remember her kindness.
Fond memories of Fran include a witty sense of humour, and always enjoying a chat and cuppa. We were touched to receive gifts from her at the birth of our boys. I’ll never forget the hard work she put into making your 21sts and wedding so special. We always felt so welcome in her home. Rest In Peace. xoxo
So many treasured memories of my “quirky” friend. I think Fran brainwashed me into “op-shopping” and now I’m addicted and work in one! I met Fran in the bushwalking Club when we were both going through a difficult time and we really bonded. Every time I went away on holiday there would be a welcoming message on my phone on my return. Farewell my dear friend :-)
I love that Fran always said what was on her mind and she loved her family dearly. Fran talked to us about the change in living in Australia compared to England, sharing stories of being happy that her kids would get to live here. I remember hearing of her travels in India, avoiding curries but enjoying the culture. We are glad she is at peace now. Love from the Longs
Fran was always friendl
Fran was always friendly with us. We had a beautiful relationship with her, always, however short.