Coronational Street is showing some signs of life with a memorial in the churchyard for the deceased in the city centre.
The coronavirus tribute was laid at the church by the Coronary Commission yesterday.
Archbishop of Sydney Peter Saunders, who attended the service, said: ”It was a great honour to lay the casket at Coronet Street, where the family of the late Coronátío Christie had been laid to rest.”
I can’t imagine that any of you could have had such a fitting end to your lives.”
This is a place of healing and we all have a part to play in it.”
The service was attended by the chair of the Coronial Committee, Dr John Daley, and former Prime Minister John Howard.
It was also attended by former chief executive of the Commonwealth Bank Andrew MacQuarrie, former deputy prime minister Peter Costello, former Victorian treasurer Andrew Peacock and former treasurer of the Western Australian State Government Peter Collier.
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