Ethel Lane Chambers (nee Chin)

 AUGUST 13, 1947 – OCTOBER 12, 2021

“Always be ready for the coming of the Lord”

– Ethel (Her favourite saying..)


Life is just a stepping-stone
A pause before we make it home
A simple place to rest and be,
Until we reach eternity.
Everyone has a life journey,
A path to take with lots to see
God guides our steps along the way,
But we were never meant to stay.

Our final destination is a place
Filled with love, His majesty and grace.
Today we celebrate the life of a loved one
Who has gone before us, the race she has won.
Her journey has now ended,
Her spirit has ascended
Claiming the great reward
With Jesus, our Lord.



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Wherever a beautiful soul has been there is a trail of beautiful memories.

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  1. Shirley Haye

    On behalf of the Haye’s family we are sending our condolences to Mother, Celia and the rest of the family. Please take comfort from scripture which said “ I am your God I will hold on to your right hand and I will really help you”May Jehovah God forever watch and keep you all in his love..

    • ILean Johnson -Green

      I know the comforter will take through this period as hard as it maybe just remember He is right there every step of the way .He will never leave you or forsake you. Sleep on Aunty Lane and take your rest until that great getting up morning where we shall meet again in the earth made new.

  2. Peggy & Karen Johnson

    “Precious Memories How They Linger”
    It is with sadness and a profound sense of loss that the Johnson Family offer this tribute to the memory of a friendship we were privileged to have shared with Mrs Chambers whom we knew for decades. We spent countless hours in each others’ company, walking, talking, travelling, shopping together. It is somewhat unbelievable that she has gone but the memories remain. Her most memorable attributes for us were her Kindness, Gentleness and Gratitude for the smallest favour. She never forgot kindness.
    As she takes her rest, may her family and loved ones be comforted by the fact that she touched many lives and we accept the salvation she preached so tirelessly.

  3. Laura

    Rest on peace Aunty will always love you. Love from Laura your niece in England.


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