A tribute to Jane McGrath
Co-founder of the McGrath Foundation, Jane Mcgrath dedicated her life to breast cancer awareness so that every Australian family had access to a breast care nurse.
16/05/1991 - 30/09/2021
To not only the best sister anybody could ask for but to the most strongest, beautiful, caring, loving, sweetest, amazing, smartest, funniest, happiest, generous, lively and loyal woman in the world.
There aren’t enough words to describe all the good things about you and all the marks you’ve left on everybody’s lives that were blessed to have met and got to know you.
Your number one priority has always been family and now our family’s number one priority will be to make you proud and to continue on with your wonderful legacy.
Your generosity was second to none and I promise all good that we’ll do will be done in your blessed name and memory.
They say miracles only happen a few times in you’re life if you are lucky, but we were blessed enough to have a miracle that lasted us 30 years in this lifetime and I know we are still blessed because God has chosen you to become our guardian angel who will look over all our family and loved ones.
I pray that you’re resting in peace and I pray and hope with everything I believe in that you know I love you and I will always love you and I will do everything in my power that no one ever forgets you.
Love your older brother George Marrogi
Moonee Ponds 3039
Publication: Herald Sun