For Australians, sporting excellence is a large part of the national identity, and tennis is no exception.
Let’s take a look at some of the most unique and unusual wakes and funerals throughout history.
Signature black sunglasses, tight black jeans, ponytails, black leather gloves and rings with chrome hearts.
Leading figures in Australia’s arts and entertainment industries are paying tribute to “Aussie icon” Michael Gudinski after his sudden death.
COOK, Tracey Bernadette
28.01.1962 - 14.6.2009
You gave us many things in life,
Gifts both great and small,
But most of all you gave us love,
The greatest gift of all.
Publication: Sunday Mail QLDDate listed: 14/6/2020
Loving Husband and light of my life, leaving treasured memories of our wonderful life together….sadly missed. Your loving wife, Joyce.
Loved Father of Pam, and Pa to Tracey, Melissa, Sophie, Lily, Jack, Jaidyn and Shannon. May your horses all be fast and your TAB tickets winners.
When tomorrow starts ...
Publication: Gympie TimesDate listed: 9/5/2020
17/11/1928 - 6/4/2015
Beloved husband of Dorothy (dec). Father and Poppa.
How could we forget the love we shared. Sadly missed, never forgotten.
Loving wife, Dorothy (dec), daughters Christine, Jennifer, Roslyn, Beverley and families.
Publication: Gympie TimesDate listed: 2/5/2020
Always in our hearts and will never be forgotten.
Love Always, Your family, Thelma, Keith and Marie, Joy and Bruce, Lionel, Kay and Col and families
Publication: Gympie TimesDate listed: 25/4/2020
The Gympie District Beef Liaison Group sends their deepest condolences and sympathy to the Nolan Family for the loss of their wife, mother, grandmother Marie Nolan.
She was a great supporter and a life member with her husband Pat of the Gympie District Beef Liaison Group from its founding days ...
Publication: Gympie TimesDate listed: 19/9/2018