HODGE Janet Elizabeth (née Foley)Print
Passed away peacefully on November 14, 2021.
Aged 74 years.
Loving wife of Barry. Loved by Terry & Narelle, Philip & Amanda, Darren & Rachel.
Proud Nana of William, Alexandra, Oliver, Catherine, Samuel, Bailey, and Ashley.
“Forever in our hearts”
Funeral NoticeService: Wednesday November 24, 2021
A funeral service for Mrs. Janet Elizabeth Hodge will be held at our chapel
2-4 Murradoc Rd, Drysdale on WED (Nov 24) at 11 am.
Due to COVID, proof of full vaccination is required by all attendees.
Janet’s service will be live-streamed through our website.
HODGE Janet – Order of ServiceView Service
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On Janets sad passing gives me occasion to reflect on the times we shared together.
Family coming together around her dining table enjoying her cooking, especially her sponge cake.
I enjoyed those years with my cousins immensely and the enjoyment continued with the next generation of cousins.
Rest in Peace
Love your niece Narelle, Brian, Maddie and Kate xx
Sadly it was not possible for us to be at Janet’s service due to travel restrictions, but our thoughts are with you at this sad time.
I will always remember Janet to be a kind and patient person who was always happy to make time for a cuppa and a chat.
We enjoyed our time together whether it was in Adelaide, when Barry and Janet would drop into my place for a visit or when we would go to them in Murray Bridge or Victoria. I have particularly fond memories of when Barry and Janet would stay with me for a few days and we would take day trips to the Barossa to have a look around to see what was new and to have lunch at the Bakery in Tanunda.
We would also visit friends and family including Nigel and Louis and their two children Nicholas and Alannah in McLaren Vale.
Janet was always interested in what Nicholas and Alannah were doing and would call them her ‘Sweeties’. Barry and Janet during the course of their travels would also drop in to visit Clive and Jodie and their three boys in Port Pirie.
Janet was particularly infatuated with my Sulpher crested cocky called Max and would spend considerable time on the back veranda feeding him almonds and listening to him chatter away, She mentioned Max was already on the scene 47 years ago on her very first visit to Adelaide.
I know that the last couple of years have not been easy for Janet but now she is finally resting in peace.
With all our love, Rose-Marie and Family