Colleen Iris Madeira

Colleen Iris Madeira

The funeral service for Colleen Iris Madeira will be held at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, Deepdene on Friday 8 July at 11:30 a.m.

Family and friends are invited to view the service online by clicking the link below:

Colleens's  family and friends invite you to leave tributes and share memories below.



  1. Aunty Collen your bubbly personality will be missed by all family and friends. You may be gone physically and I am sure where ever you are you will give them hell. Always loved and in our hearts forever.

  2. Our deepest and heartfelt condolences to Lynette, Brian, Tony and families.🌷
    May aunty Colleen RIP 🙏
    💛Gill Burrows and family xo

    • Extending our deepest sympathy to all the Madeira family.
      May Colleen’s soul rest in peace.🔩
      Sending our love and prayers🕯
      God bless and take care,
      Lloyd and Maureen

  3. Wonderful memories of Aunt Colleen during her visits to Scotland. Her sense of fun and mischievous nature led to many adventures. She swept through shops like a tornado!.
    A lovely and loving Aunt to have had in our family.
    Love to all the family and friends ( Darling!)
    Love Gavin and Claire in Glasgow. X

  4. Our heartfelt condolences to Lyn, Brian, Tony and all the family. May your mum and our Aunt Colleen rest in peace we pray.
    Aunt Colleen was a beautiful lady and a great personality. She taught me the ropes at my first job in IISCO, Burnpur. Cheerful and full of fun. She was like family when she spent a week with us. My Steven and Roger can never forget her saucy and funny stories. Dilip enjoyed taking her to see her friends in Asansol on the bike. Her fear of the Indian roads was accompanied by many types of squeals and jargon at that time. Her kindness and smiles are here to stay. God bless all her family and friends.

  5. Wonderful memories Aunty Colleen. Our deepest sympathy and condolences to each one of you Lyn, Brian and Tony and all your families. Love to all of you. Aunty Betty and Families

  6. It was good to be able to be a part of this service for Aunty Col. The many memories of her flooding back. Our deepest sympathy to Lynnie, Brian and Tony and all your families. Mum would be proud of you all and how you stayed strong. Love from Mum Betty Noney and Gerry & John Hellewell

  7. My condolences Lynnie, Kenneth and all the family. I’m so glad I could be present for the mass. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Mary Ann

  8. Thank you Lynette Brian and Tony for the beautiful service remembering mum, she was a lovely lady had known her many many years, these memories will remain with me, my prayers are with you all at this sad time, but remember she had a very full life, love and Gods blessings on her soul. Had the privilege of working with her in IISCO, and meeting up whenever we were in Melbourne.May you all know the peace of Christ in this time of sorrow

    Tessie Goves and all in Brisbane

  9. Rest in peace Dear aunty Colleen💞 will always remember you very fondly, such a charming personality. Was lucky to catch-up a few years ago when you visited us in Kolkata 🙏
    My sincere condolences to Lynette, Brian, Tony and loved ones. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers and share in your grief. Let the memories provide comfort in your journey through this loss.

    Death is not the end……. They are still with us, as long as we do not forget them 💖

  10. It was a beautiful service for mum, who I fondly remember when she came to see you in School. Our deepest condolences to you Lynette, Brian, Tony and the entire family. May her beautiful Soul Rest In Peace

  11. Aunty Colleen, you loved us, and now blessing us from the heart of the Creator. Thank you.
    You will be remembered with love.
    Rest in Peace.

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