Sincere condolences to Vicki, Shelley, Clay and families. Wonderful memories of a favourite aunt. Dear Aunty Tasma, we loved calling in on you. You were always so welcoming with cups of tea and sweet treats. We laughed at your stories. You always made everyone feel so welcome. At peace now with George.
Brian and Rosemary Widdows on 22 June, 2021 at 9:42am
In memory of a beautiful soul. May you find eternal peace in the company of your beloved George. It was an honour to have known you both. Rest in peace dear Tasma
Dianne, Paul & Zac ZORN on 21 June, 2021 at 5:08pm
Our sincere condolences to you Shelley, Clay, Vicki and families. It doesn't seem real that we won't see her again. She was a one of a kind and was always so welcoming, loving, generous, fun to be with and you never left her house hungry. We looked forward to seeing her on every occasion as she was such great company. We will always remember her for being so stylish in her matching ensembles. Family and friends meant a great deal to her. Life will not be the same without this fabulous lady and our hearts go out to you.
Kate Duke on 20 June, 2021 at 12:33pm
Sincere sympathy to Clay and the family.
The laughs we had on baddy days in Burekup will always be remembered.
The Duke family
Dallas Hickman and Son Alex Hickman on 18 June, 2021 at 11:21am
Dear All, Alex and I wish to send our heartfelt sincere wishes to you. We cannot come down for the Celebration of Tasma's amazing and wonderful, loving life, however we are thinking of you at this sad and special time. Tasma and I go back to when we were 7 years of age at Nedlands State School then on to PLC where we acted together in a couple of Plays and were in the same Class. Tasma's sense of humour was unique and many a great laugh we had together. Due to my infirmity I am so sorry I cannot attend to say farewell. Please would you place a piece of Rosemary to be with Tasma my friend on Tuesday ? With loving wishes to all and very happy memories, Dallas Hickman and son Alex Hickman .