Elizabeth Bellhouse

21/05/1963 - 21/05/2021

* Please note, due to current Covid restrictions , a private service will be held. Livestreaming will also be available via the church website. Please see link below


In loving memory of Elizabeth Bellhouse who sadly passed away on her Birthday, 21st May 2021, aged 58.
Treasured daughter of Patricia & William (dec)
Sister of Jude, Billy & Bob.
Aunt of Luke, Clare & Katie
Beloved child of God.

‘May She Find Peace’

St George the Martyr Anglican Church
Cnr. Mercer & Hobson Streets Queenscliff
08/06/2021 @ 11:00
Gerda Vellinga
2021-05-27 08:53:07
The world has lost a gentle soul with the passing of Lizzie. Rest In Peace. I will think of you often.
Lydia Woodgate
2021-05-28 03:24:47
Lizzie you were such a special person, a true individual. You always took time to talk and get to know people. I will remember our time working together always. Be in peace now Lizzie.
Melissa Henderson
2021-05-28 07:46:34
Dear Lizzie, although I only knew you a short time I enjoyed our banter...your going to be dearly missed and I hope you find peace wherever you maybe
chris nicholson
2021-06-01 01:19:52
Dear Liz Special friend, work and playmate over many years in Colac, Gellibrand and Lorne The Last Goodbye May you stay Forever Young The Nicholson Family
chris nicholson
2021-06-01 01:23:49
Liz Esteemed colleague, teacher and friend of all Fondly remembered The staff and students of Colac Technical School
Peter Stephens
2021-06-07 00:01:45
Liz had a fun loving, common sense attitude that was appreciated by all at Colac Technical School. Great memories of working with Liz on camps and sporting activities. R.I.P.
Jillian Ridgeway
2021-06-07 05:26:18
Such fond memories of my dear friend Liz and our wonderful happy times we had working together in Lorne Sympathy and love to Lizs family Forever in our memories
Lance Wylie
2021-06-08 00:38:52
Loving memories or happy times. May you find the peace and happiness you longed for Much love Lance Forever in my memory
Ida Marcola
2021-06-08 02:48:04
Liz, On the day that we farewell you.... my memory of you will always be that first time we met not that long ago. You were sitting amongst the rocks down at Queenscliff pier and Trish was eager to introduce us. The sun was shinning brightly, you had been for a swim and you were reading your bible. You talked about your love of Greece. You were the picture of serenity and you greeted me so warmly. Your gentleness and goodness shone through. You were so loved by family, friends and community. My thoughts go out to them.Rest In Peace. God bless.
Glenn Chidzey
2021-06-13 05:39:51
I remember the days that Liz would visit her mother Pat at Seaviews manor. No doubt Pat will be missing those daily visits. She was a very gentle lady quietly coming though the front door with a wave to me, as well being part of the many spiritual services in the home that was conducted. Liz your life has not ended only changed. Pat and family be gentle on yourselves . Take care of each other. Glenn
In Loving Memory
Peter Hirst
Sue Prattico
Stephen Eastop
Sabra Lazarus
Deb Krizmanic
Kim Wiebenga
Jillian Ridgeway