Violet Clark

On April 15, 2020 at Framlingham Aboriginal Community, passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by family at the age of 75.

Loving daughter of Alice (MummyMick) and Herbert Clark (both deceased).

Loving sister to Maisie, Rita (dec.), Albert, Ivy (dec.) Frank (dec.), Shirley and Fay.

Loved mother of Charlie (dec.), Jason, Possum and Alice.

Mother-in-law of Carmel, Kyeema and Aaron.

Adored ‘Nannio, Nanny Duck, Nanny Girl, Mootchie of

Bianca, Casie, Katara, Charlie jnr, Mundara, Kallinda, Leilani, Ian, Jnaallii, Billy, Mariah Merinda, Jamarra, Kaawirn, Bungarie, Narrah and Wirann

Great Nan of 11

Much loved and respected Elder to many.

Private funeral due to attendance restrictions

Tributes and condolences can be offered on

the ‘Funeral Notices’ section at

The Service will be streamed on Friday (April 24) commencing at 9.00a.m. The following link will give you access to the stream. or Google Eastern Park Chapel Facebook.

Funeral Notice



  1. Our thoughts are with you all as you mourn the death of a wonderful woman.
    May her example of courage, acceptance, strength and love live on through you all.
    From all of us at Warrnambool Primary School.

    Gina Mills April 24, 2020
  2. Sending our love and condolences to Alice, Poss, Jason and families, Aunty violet will be very sadly missed, rest in the Dreamtime xoxo Audrey and wanita gibbs xoxo

    Wanita gibbs April 24, 2020
  3. What an amazing woman you were Aunty Violet. A true inspiration to all. Our condolences to all your family at this very sad time. Jonathan, Colleen and Maisie

    Jonathan Hogge April 24, 2020
  4. Thinking of you all, condolences to the Community and most of all to Violet’s loved ones. Huge hug to all of you, love Beryl

    Beryl Conlin April 20, 2020
  5. Our dear Auntie Violet (Mary Mouse)
    So many memories of good times and happy days at the ‘Old Mish’.

    Allways Country music and most of all love and laughter we shared a special bond that will never be broken.

    No one will forget the Courage and Strength especially during your illness to care for your family you love so much and stay true to fight for the community.

    Staunch to the end Auntie Vi

    I will love and miss you forever.

    Julie Buggs WA

    Julie Campbell April 20, 2020