Muriel Jane Hoggart OAM

06/11/1925 - 29/09/2020

Passed away peacefully, now at rest.
Beloved wife of Bill (dec).
Much loved mother and mother-in-law of Janet & Ian, John & Brenda, Rossy & Peter.
Proud Nanna of Heidi, Hayden, Caitlyn, Alana, Natalie and Alex.
Great-Nanna to Meg, Charles, Lydia and Madelyn.
It’s tomorrow, with Billy.

To be an online guest at Muriel’s service please visit the following link on Friday the 9th of October at 11:00am:

We would love for you to light a candle or leave a message for Muriel’s family below.

Live Web Streaming available at commencement of service
09/10/2020 @ 11:00
Thelma & Brian Shaw
2020-10-03 10:08:05
Dearest Muriel, a fond and beautiful friendship over about 18 years. Working together and Sharing together - Remembered with Love...Thelma & Brian
June Carlyon
2020-10-05 11:07:17
I will miss catching up with Muriel at Luson. Best wishes to Jan , Rossy & all your families.
Joan Joan Ham
2020-10-07 01:16:39
Dear Rossy, Peter, Natalie, and Alex. My prayers are with you all on the passing of Muriel. You'll have many great memories of your Mum and Grandma. Muriel was such a gracious lady and a real inspiration for me. Love from Joan Ham.
Wendy Haseman
2020-10-07 05:39:23
My deepest sympathy to Rossy, Peter, Nat & Alex; Jan & Ian; John & Brenda & families. Muriel was a lovely lady who loved a chat & a laugh. She was such a talented knitter creating many gorgeous figures & patterns. Savour your memories of happy times together. Now at peace with her Bill. Love & kind wishes, Wendy Haseman
Michael Martin
2020-10-08 07:29:12
Our Arnty Moo , loved all the great times we had together especially when I was young all that chocolate cake you made me . So glad my last visit for you to meet Anette my wife to be . Happy your back with bill again . Miss you lots love Michael.
Rosslyn Jablonsky
2020-10-08 21:59:54
Dear Mum, I know that last 19 years since Dad died has been a challenge for you. And the last 9 months has been incredibly difficult for all of us. You faced life with courage, bravery and humour. Now you are reunited with Dad- your Billy. I miss you everyday. Thanks you for being my Mum. Love RossyXX
Lorna Golightly
2020-10-08 23:41:01
Wonderful times spent together remembered fondly, love to all her family With love, Lorna Golightly❤️
Leanne Martin
2020-10-08 23:41:38
Jan, John & Rossy, sending all my love & condolences to you all after Auntie Moo’s passing. She will be so missed, but happy that she is back with Uncle Bill. I’m sure she is going flat out as normal catching up. Take care. Love Leanne
Ali Jenkins
2020-10-08 23:44:13
Sending my love to Muriel's family xo She was a lovely lady who I remember as smart, articulate and loving. Condolences to all xo
Kaye Debooy
2020-10-08 23:46:24
Thinking of you all today
Meghan Canny
2020-10-08 23:51:47
Thinking of you all today, Thank you for allowing me to follow along so I can say goodbye. I have such fun memories growing up with Natalie and Alex at Nanas house that will stay in my heart forever. Love you all Megs
David O'Martin
2020-10-09 01:08:53
Patching in live from Sydney, what a wonderful service to celebrate the amazing life of Muriel - Our Amazing Aunty Moo (OAAM). Very fine words from all speakers. While her knitting needles may now be silent, there will be lots of catch up chatter with Uncle Bill. God bless you Muriel - you were always a kind and SPECIAL Aunt to the Martin mob and an inspiring Great Aunt to the O'Martins.
Lyne and Denis Jenkins
2020-10-09 01:09:39
Dear Jan and extended family. Thank you for inviting us to share Muriel's service with you. All the people involved in the production and presentation of the service should be proud of their efforts in highlighting the various aspects of Muriel's active, influential and colourful life.
Garnet Rodda
2020-10-09 01:36:20
Today I'am thinking about Muriel Nanna with love and a sense of loss of a wonderful woman.When I think of Muriel I remember watching her knitting and as she watched TV and amazing feat. Bill bought her a knitting m,machine but because she couldn't TV as she used it she didn't complete anything. I was the only one to ever knit a jump on that machine. I remember watching the footy finials on the TV with Muriel laughing and carrying on. Muriel was famous not only for presure cooker stew but her chocolate cake. That never goes out of fashion. I was incredibly proud of Muriel for what she achieved in her life despite her hearing disability. She used her disability to help others. Muriel was the backbone along with Bill in the engineering business with her meticulous book keeping skills.But what I most want to thank Muriel for is being a great wonderful Nanna to my children Heidi and Hayden.
Garnet Rodda
2020-10-09 01:46:29
Well, Muriel Nanna, the great memories I have of you and will hold forever are the fun we had together watching the footy finals, the knitting you did to relax when watching TV. What about the knitting machine Bill bought you? I was the only one to complete a jumper.Having a hearing issue all your life you headed off to Better Hearing and became a great leader and teacher achieving notable Australian award for your commitment. The cakes you made were some thing we all looked forward to. The footy finals we watched on TV and cheering for whoever was playing are all very fond memories. You were the backbone of Bill's business by keeping the books so well. But your greatest achievement was being a wonderful Nanna to my children.
Janet Barras
2020-10-09 04:04:25
Condolences to Muriel’s family. Many memories travelling to Burwood in Melbourne by train with our mother Eve Angus. I’m sure lots of adventures and laughs on these travels. A great loss to you and the Better Hearing community. Kind regards. The Angus family
In Loving Memory
Lynne & Laurie Hill
Thelma & Brian Shaw
June Carlyon
Wendy Haseman
Residents and Staff at the Vue
Rosslyn Jablonsky
Natalie Jablonsky
Lorna Golightly
Leanne Martin
Ali Jenkins
Meghan Canny
David O'Martin