Lucy Ellie Death, Obituary – It is with profound sadness that we share the news of Lucy Ellie Tsitimbinis’ passing. With heavy hearts, the Myrtleford Fire Brigade mourns the loss of a dear friend and cherished Life Member of our community. Lucy’s journey came to a peaceful close on Sunday, 27th August, leaving behind a legacy of love, dedication, and warmth that touched the lives of all who knew her.
Lucy’s presence within the brigade was more than just a membership – it was a testament to her unwavering commitment to the well-being of her community. Alongside her late husband Nick, Lucy played an integral role in the heartbeat of our brigade. Their combined efforts and camaraderie were a source of inspiration and a reflection of their deep connection to the fire brigade family.
A cornerstone of her involvement was her role in organizing the annual family Christmas lunch, a tradition she led with heart and dedication. Her caring touch extended to providing nourishing meals for our firefighters during fire campaigns, ensuring that they returned home to a comforting meal. Lucy’s spirit of selflessness and her willingness to spread joy through simple gestures will forever remain etched in our memories.
Lucy’s infectious laughter, her genuine inquiries of “How ya going?” accompanied by warm hugs and chats, are memories that will be treasured by all who had the privilege of knowing her. As we bid her farewell, we find solace in the thought of her reuniting with her beloved Nick, knowing that their legacy lives on.
Our deepest sympathies reach out to her daughters Marita, Ruth, Nicole, and the extended families. During this time of profound loss, our hearts stand united in love and support.
A funeral service to honor Lucy’s life will be held on Friday, 8th September, at 11am at St. Paul’s Church in Myrtleford. She will be laid to rest in the Myrtleford Lawn Cemetery. The service will conclude with a gathering at the Myrtleford Fire Station, where light refreshments will be provided – a fitting tribute to a woman who nourished both bodies and hearts.
Lucy Ellie Tsitimbinis, your memory will forever remain a beacon of warmth, laughter, and love within our hearts. You have left an indelible mark on our brigade and our lives, and your absence will be deeply felt.