BRANCH, Kayleen Maree (née Hooper)

Kayleen passed away peacefully in Mildura on January 25, 2021, aged 70 years. Loved wife of Clinton (dec), loving mother and mother-in-law of Cameron and Kelly; and Ryan. Adored Nana of Lauren and Tristan. Kayleen was a much-loved daughter, sister, sister-in-law, aunty, cousin and friend to many.

Funeral Notice
Sacred Heart Catholic Church 259 - 261 Eleventh Street, MilduraView Map

Family and friends of the late Mrs. Kayleen Branch are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral Mass at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Eleventh Street, Mildura, on Monday February 1, 2021 commencing at 11:00am.

A private cremation at the Coomealla Memorial Gardens Crematorium will follow the service.

As COVID-19 contact tracing is mandatory for attendees, please kindly consider your arrival time.

Tributes
  1. Thinking of you Cameron, Ryan and Kay’s families on her recent passing. Our heartfelt sympathy is with everyone at this very sad time.
    So hard to believe so soon after her special birthday. Love to all from
    Kaylene and Tony Prange, Sea Lake. 💐💔💜

    Kaylene Prange, Sea Lake January 28, 2021
  2. So hard to believe such a special lady has been taken from our lives she will be sadly missed by everyone..special memories of fun times at Aqua at the Waves and walking with our group down the river in covid times ..she had a great sense of humour and loved her dearly
    I will always remember you..forever in my heart xoxo

    Pamela Ryan January 29, 2021
  3. So hard to believe such a special lady has been taken from our lives she will be sadly missed by everyone..special memories of fun times at Aqua at the Waves and walking with our group down the river in covid times you just loved us singing those nursery rhymes!!….she had a great sense of humour and loved her dearly
    I will always remember you.
    Forever in my heart xoxo
    Pamela Ryan Mildura

    Pamela Ryan January 29, 2021
  4. Our thoughts and prayers are with Cameron, Ryan and the Hooper family on the passing of our beautiful Kay. Such a privilege to have been a part of your life and your friendship will always be treasured. You were always so proud of your boys and they are going to be lost without their mama. Our love to you all xoxo

    kaye newey January 29, 2021
  5. Deepest sympathy to Muriel and families on their sad loss.
    Kay, you will never be forgotten, as we thought the world of you. You were always there for everyone when needed. Love you dearly
    Anne & John. 💕
    (Why are the good ones taken first?)

    Anne & John Box January 29, 2021
  6. No words can say, how saddened I was to hear of Kayes passing.
    Many good times shared, our dress-up days at Aqua, the walks along the river, lunch outings, all won’t be the same without you.
    Your memory is a keep-sake , with which I’ll never forget.
    Deepest sympathy, to all the family.

    Lyn Glover January 30, 2021
  7. Deepest sympathy to Muriel and families on the sudden loss of Kayleen. Kay was the founder of the branch connection group and was Kay invited me into the group. Through Kay I joined the aqua group and met some wonderful new friends. I feel privileged and blessed to be able to call Kay a very special and loved friend. We saw each other most days and those times were always filled with laughter. Sadly missed, never forgotten and so many treasure$ memories. I won’t say goodbye tomorrow Kay, just see you later. Reunited with Clint and resting in the arms of the angels.

    Sue Condon January 31, 2021
  8. Deepest sympathy to Muriel and families on the loss of Kay. Kay was the founder of our branch connection group and was loved dearly by us all. Anne box and Lesley Mayes were in the group from the start. Then she Invited me (sue Condon)me into the walking group and the exercises at aqua and into her life. Lyn Johns was the next to join us, then Lyn Glover, then Deb Halley. Last but not least to join us was Margaret Patzel. We shared many laughs and talks together. We entered the 10,000 step challenge in 2019 and won the mature age group section. We didn’t get a place this year but won coffee vouchers for one of the photos we submitted. We were always the noisiest group at lunches but that was because we had so much fun. We were a close knit group. We were blessed to have Kay in our lives and will always treasure our memories which are many. See you later our very special friend. We love you.. Go tigers.

    Sue Condon February 1, 2021
  9. Hey Branchy and Wally, thinking of you both and your families. Your mum was such a beautiful lady. Sending you my deepest sympathy and condolences.
    Love Delli Smith xxx

    Adele Smith February 1, 2021
  10. So sad and shocked to hear recently of Kayleens sudden passing. My sympathies to the family. She was a valued friend and neighbour to me for many years. She will be greatly missed. Wendy McSwain.

    Wendy McSwain February 9, 2021