Winfred Hunt nee Hayes (wife of Brian dec.) passed away, suddenly on February 9, 2019, after suffering a stroke at her home in Melbourne. Born in Elmore in 1936, Win was an accomplished pianist in her younger years, raised four children, worked as a librarian and proof reader making a significant contribution to the Punji Trap, authored by her son Luke. More than 120 people attended her funeral at St Anthony’s Catholic Church in Carnegie, Melbourne.
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