Allison Grant Elliott

21/03/1926 - 20/01/2023

Allison passed into the presence of her Lord Jesus on 20th January.

Loving wife of Bill (dec)
Loving mother and mother in law of Jim and Bev, Don and Anne, Lachie and Andrea, Jeanie and Peter and Leith and Anthea.
Loving grandmother and great-grandmother.

Thank you to the staff from Hesse Rural Health and Ocean Mist for your care of our Mum.

“we know that the one who raised the Lord Jesus from the dead will also raise us with Jesus 2″ Corinthians 4:14

Relatives and friends of Allison Grant Elliott are invited to attend her Funeral Service to be held at the East Geelong Uniting Church, 124 Boundary Road, East Geelong on FRIDAY (January 27) at 12:00pm, preceded by a private burial.

If you are unable to attend Allison’s funeral service in person, you can view her service live in your home. To do so, please use the following link:


East Geelong Uniting Church
195 Ormond Road East Geelong
27/01/2023 @ 12:00
Dawn Brookes
2023-01-25 06:08:04
With love to Jim, Don, Lachie, Jeanie, Leith and to your families. My sisters and I are thinking of you all at this sad time. Your mother (mother-in-law, grandmother, great grandmother) was a very special person. It was a privilege to know her even a bit and to have some good phone conversations with her these past few years. It will be a comfort for you to have assurance about where she is now, but may you also each, individually, experience the Lord's personal comfort to you during your time of grief. from the surviving daughters of Joan Adams (Allison's cousin): Margaret, Jenny and Dawn
Cheryl Ivory
2023-01-26 10:56:17
To All of Allison's family; I regret that I cannot attend today. I know in my heart that Allison is with our Lord. She has been a wonderful neighbour and friend to me over the years, and her encouragement to me as I sought to return to my faith will always be uppermost when I think of her. May you all be comforted by your many beautiful memories of her.
Jenny Mason
2023-01-27 02:45:00
Dear Elliot family, Thank you for the lovely service we have just watched. We would have loved to be there in person but were grateful to have watched from Newcastle NSW. May God comfort you all in your loss. It was a privilege to know her. We were remembering our last visit with her when we holidayed on the Great Ocean Road. She insisted we stay a night with her and we had great times talking and reminiscing and I did some weeding in her garden. The Fletcher and Elliot families have connections from long ago and the stirring music from the Ernabella choir was very moving. Thanks Leith for letting Will know, he got in touch with the rest of us, and for your Bible reading. Thanks Don for sharing about the paintings and the bungee jump analogy. Thanks Jim for the stories from your mum's life and your humour. Someone should write a book from those memoirs. What a treasure for your family. with love and thanks to God for her life well lived, Jenny and Lindsay Mason