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Wednesday May 2, 2018



‘The early years last forever’ Johnsonville Plunket volunteer Wajirani Adhihetty says the local group, “hand in hand” with the Ngaio and Khandallah groups, is organising an educational fundraiser at the Johnsonville Community Centre on the evening of May 31. It is being done in conjunction

with the Brainwave Trust. The two-hour seminar is called “The early years last forever” and covers up-todate research from multiple disciplines, bringing together information which helps build knowledge and understanding of the lifelong importance of

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ROSENBLUM, Stella – Peacefully on 26th April 2018. Loved wife of the late Mike, loved mother of Ashley and Elaine. Daughter of the late Isobel and Joseph Heimann. A service for Stella was held at The Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, Newtown on Monday 30th April 2018. The Wilson Funeral Home, Newtown & Karori - Locally Owned. SOMA, Shanti Manga - Passed away peacefully with her children by her side on 24 April, 2018 at Wellington Hospital, aged 76 years. Om Shanti Shanti. Messages to the family may be posted to c/- PO Box 7123 Wellington 6242. A funeral service will be held at Karori Main Chapel, Rosehaugh Ave, Karori on Wednesday 2 May, 2018 at 1pm, followed by a private cremation. The Wilson Funeral Home, Newtown & Karori - Locally Owned SCHWARZ, Herbert Hans - Passed away peacefully at Mary Potter Hospice surrounded by family after a courageous battle aged 87 years. Born in Weiz, Austria 2.4.1931. Died in Wellington 22.4.2018. Messages to the ‘Schwarz’ family may be left in Herbert’s tribute book at or posted c/- PO Box 7123, Wellington, 6242. At Herbert’s request a private burial has been held. The Wilson Funeral Home, Newtown & Karori - Locally Owned. COOPER, Judith Marilyn - on 27 April 2018 peacefully after a long struggle with cancer. Loved wife of Tony for 47 ½ years. Thanks to the nursing and care staff at Huntleigh Home. Messages to the Cooper family may be left in Judy’s tribute book at or posted c/- PO Box 7123 Wellington 6242. A service to celebrate Judy’s life will be held at The Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 375 Adelaide Road, Newtown on Tuesday 8 May at 1pm, followed by private cremation. The Wilson Funeral Home, Newtown & Karori - Locally Owned.


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