Life and family
Eve’s journey began as a mischievous and adventurous child. She loved climbing trees and reading books.
Among the many chapters in Eve’s life, her proudest moment came during the war when she joined the Land Army. She worked tirelessly on a farm, caring for over 200 chickens and gathering eggs for the market. Her dedication to contributing to the war effort meant so much to her because she knew she was making a difference during those challenging times.
After the war, Eve had a series of work experiences, from the tobacco factory to making cheap handbags and eventually working at a pawnbroker. While the pay was good, she learned the importance of finding work that brings fulfilment and happiness.
Life presented Eve with its share of hardships, and the biggest challenge she faced was the loss of her only child, Ralph a few years ago. However, in the face of adversity, she found support from her sister and niece, who stepped in to look after her needs at home.
When it comes to her favourite food, Eve loves lamb shanks, soup, and cutlets. Travel has taken her to Tasmania multiple times, a place she cherishes for its beauty and charm.
These days, you’ll often find Eve sitting in the sun with a murder mystery novel in hand. Her passion for reading continues to provide her with joy and mental stimulation.
With a lifetime of experiences, Eve offers a piece of valuable advice to future generations: Find work that you love, spend your money wisely on things that matter, and save for the future to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable life in old age. And always try to better yourself.