EVENTIDE HOMES hosted a memorial service for residents who have passed over the previous 12 months on Thursday.
The service was streamed via Zoom so family, friends and the community could celebrate lives of those lost.
The photo gallery paid tribute to those who were part of the Eventide community.
The Stawell Times-News has compiled some of the tributes which were shown on the day - some of the residents were regular features of articles, photos and history pieces in the newspaper.
Not all residents are listed, and thoughts go to all families from the region who lost a loved one this year.
The most quietly spoken gentle lady.
Betty had many friends at Eventides and was respected by all.
Allan was extremely joyful and looked forward to his crossword challenge each morning.
Dorothy was always joyful and loved to dance.
Marie was an extremely spiritual lady who valued her family.
A green thumb. Cliff had his own vegetable patch at Eventide which he worked in every day hail or shine.
Monarch of Eventides and her family. Was independent until the end.
Eddie was Eventide's best knitter.
Grace by name and Grace by nature. Grace was a truly graceful lady.
Sylvia loved to dance and frequently spoke of her ballroom dancing days.
An ex army nurse who kept all Eventide staff and residents in line.
Always dressed immaculate and enjoyed a fine wine with her evening meal.
Jeanette was the best at yodelling Eventide staff have ever witnessed and adored by all.
Took great pride in her appearance and was known by staff as the canteen lady.
Ron was a gentleman who got great pleasure from his music.
Extremely energetic lady, even staff could not keep up with Shirley. Shirley always said thank you very much.
A true gentleman all his life.
A true gentleman who was always appreciative of the care.
Norma had a great sense of humour who could give lots of cheek.
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