Warrnambool's Joe Jackson loved nothing more than taking in the view of Lady Bay alongside his wife Mary.
The two would walk along the city's promenade every chance they got, stopping to sit on a seat and look out to the ocean.
Mr Jackson passed away in March this year, leaving a hole in the heart of his wife of 58 years.
"I miss him a lot, he was very good to me," Mrs Jackson said.
Now Mrs Jackson has a place she can go and sit a while and take in the view as the couple did so many times over the years.
A plaque has been added to a seat along the walk, a tribute that makes Mrs Jackson's eyes well up with tears.
"It's very special," Mrs Jackson said.
The plaque is adorned with the name Mr Jackson was known to by family members, including his six grandchildren - Pajoe.
"Sit a while with Pajoe and enjoy the view," the inscription reads.
Mr Jackson's family approached Warrnambool City Council after his death requesting a seat be placed on the path in his memory.
They were delighted when the council responded and agreed to the placement of a plaque on a seat - one that Mr Jackson had sat on and enjoyed the view from before his death.
"We would dearly love to have a significant place to remember our dad," the family wrote in a letter to the council.
"The Warrnambool foreshore really was the place he loved most. He saw himself as extremely fortunate in having such a beautiful place to live."
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