Liana Aitchison

Service for Liana Aitchison

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  • Julie Keft

    I was so saddened to hear of lianas passing. I have worked with Liana for many years at Caboolture Hospital as a midwife. She had a calming presence and was a genuine down to earth happy woman. We were blessed to have her in our service and she will be terribly missed.
    My sincere condolences to all of the family, her friends and close colleagues.

  • Heng Chin Chiam

    My deepest and heartfelt condolences to Steve, Andrew & Michaela. Liana will always be in my memories as kind, full of fun and laughter. My thoughts and prayers for your family in this very difficult time.

  • Sandy Ivins

    So very sorry for your loss, Steve. Thinking of you all. Hold each other close xxx

  • Margot Daniels

    So sorry for your loss, Steve and family. I worked with Liana for many
    years at Caboolture Hospital and will always remember her in my heart. Thinking of you all at this difficult time.

  • Marita Smith

    God bless our angel Liana.

  • Jeannette Kassulke

    Thinking of you all today. Lots of hugs. How lucky you were to have her in your life and give you all her love. ❤️ keep that in your hearts today.

  • Ashlee Towells-Morgan

    So very sorry for your loss Steve. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family today! X x

  • Scott

    Anne and I are missing you guys terribly. I doubt it will ever make sense. But know that you are loved.

  • Emma Wallace

    Rest in Eternal Peace, Liana. You were a beautiful soul on Earth who gave so much of yourself. Thank you for counting me as a friend. All my love, Emma

  • Leonie Schifilliti

    My prayers and thoughts are with you all today as you celebrate the beautiful life of Liana and the love, laughter and joy she brought to all your lives. Big hug to you all.

  • Sharyn Plath

    Steve i wish you and your family comfort and inner peace. My prayers are with you. Sharyn Plath

  • Bernadette Smith

    My deepest and heartfelt condolences to you all. I was lucky to have known Liana from primary school. I have memories of a kind, loyal & thoughtful friend with a great sense of humour. My thoughts and prayers for your family at this very difficult time. Sending hugs to you all.

  • Carole Dodd

    Condolences to Liana’s husband, children, parents, sister and extended family. I too worked with Liana at Caboolture Hospital – as part of the Midwifery team. She was a genuine and caring Doctor. She was quiet but had a cheeky laugh and smile. When she had started her private practise, she remarked to me one day that she had to learn to organize everything she’d need before any procedure as she had nobody to ‘assist’ her performing them. I laughed at that and told her to relax and enjoy my help – that’s what I was there for. She agreed and said that she definitely would enjoy the help – all said while her smile grew!! Liana also got a bit of a ribbing when a car ‘was named after her’ – she said she quite liked that idea and said she wondered why it was chosen. So, Liana had many facets – but mostly she was just a lovely person who was doing her best to help, and in doing so she made this little green and blue planet of ours a better place. May Liana rest now and may everyone in her ‘world’ remember her with love and laughter.

  • Machellee Kosiak

    Deepest condolences from another Midwife colleague. Liana was simply, a lovely person to work with and know. Thoughts prayers to her family and friends xx

  • Gabrielle O’Brien

    Condolences to Liana’s family and friends at this time. We lost touch after high school but I knew she would make her mark on the world and her beaming smile will be remembered. Taken way too soon.

  • Liz Stevens

    My heartfelt prayers and thoughts with you all…I will miss working along side this legend of a wonderful women….God bless. Xxx

  • Helen Egan

    I am a midwife who worked with Liana at Caboolture Hospital for many years. We had some eventful times together, but I knew if I urgently needed a doctor in ANDAS and the Reg was unavailable I could always call on Liana to help. She would arrive with a smile on her face and the ability to reassure an anxious mother. We each had a wicked sense of humour which at times got us in to trouble, especially in a frantic and eventful night duty in Birthing Suite. We shared recipes, new found foods, and stories about our children. Although there was over 20 yrs difference in ages, I think Liana was reassured I had survived the early mothering and teenage years relatively unscathed. She could do it too and she did,so well.
    Liana loved Michaela and Andrew passionately and was so proud of the people they were becoming and always the happy Mum when sharing their latest achievements. She was also so grateful for the relationship and partnership she had with Steve because without his support and encouragement Liana would have found it harder to achieve her career passions.
    I send my condolences to Liana’s family. I know the void created by her passing can never be filled, but the happy memories shared will help keep her with you all.
    Liana, you made such a difference to the lives of others, both personally and professionally. Now it is your time to rest. ❤

  • Anna Fina

    Such a beautifully emotional and truly poignant tribute to Liana’s incredible life. Liana managed to achieve so much during her lifetime. Although I was unable to be present for Liana’s funeral, please know that you have all been close to my heart, and in my thoughts and prayers especially these past weeks and recent months. May Liana be forever remembered by those whom loved her dearly. May her legacy live on through her family, friends, and work. May she be at peace, now and for always. Sending you all much love during this time of heartache and loss, Anna