We are sad to announce the sudden passing this week into God’s Amazing Place of our dear Elaine McKenzie. Beloved despite being often misunderstood, she fiercely battled traumas too much to bear alone often citing her dear Father (Papa) God as her Saviour in all the tragedy. To the One Salt Water team who knew her, having travelled as a dual amputee no less than 5 times to Vanuatu, to the Lean family whom she considered her own, to her many friends and pikininis in the South Pacific, Mama Wini and Paps Palinga, we all bear the grief this week and for many more to come. ... See MoreSee Less
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She was an amazing lady, her determination really inspired me on that trip to Vanuatu.
So sad to hear my condolences go out to her family and friends she touched a lot of hearts RIP. Lovely 🌹🌴❤
Oho so sad to hear that!all the people from mangaliliu will miss you ohh may you soul Rest In Peace 😢
Such a generous exuberant woman. An example that no matter the challenges we all have something to give to enrich those around us. Rest in Peace Elaine ❤
Such a determined woman. No matter what challenges she faced she gave her all. She will be missed.
😭😭may you soul rest in peace .🙏🙏
Oh my gosh! So sorry to hear. May she Rest In Peace 🙏
Sorry to hear about Elaine, she is now with the Lord
Walking on streets of gold now
We’ll miss you this Christmas Elaine - your labours have given way to joy in Gods presence evermore... see you on the other side!
RIP beautiful lady you always had a smile and up for a chat you will be missed
Such a unique and courageous lady, you will be missed.
Oh, such a character, she will leave a big gap in the community.,💕
we are so sorry to hear this news 😔what a trooper and an inspiration!
So very sorry for your loss 🙏🏽💞💖
Awwwww bless her! In gods arms now!
Sorry tumas, missem Yu bigwan😭😭 we'll meet again some day.
May she RIP
Awwwwww sori tumas, prayer blo mifala se papa God oltaim bai istap wetem yufala lo sad taim ia
What a special lady... I'm so glad we had the privilege of meeting her at the same time we met your team in 2019 in Vanuatu. Praying for you all at this time x
Life is made so much easier and better with good access to water. We are rejoicing with the Marou community in Emao island Vanuatu as they’ve been able to install (by the sweat of their brow) new pipes that bring the water down from the mountain to the village (where there’s limited fresh water).
Thanks to those who were part of the OSW giving towards this. There were other groups that took part - including a school in NSW.
Special thanks to Charlie Louis and Morris who co-ordinated the OSW side of things in Vanuatu 🙏🏽
May God bless this flow of water to the community! ... See MoreSee Less
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