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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.
Date of Funeral: 02/02/2021
FARMER, Donald Alfred 'Don'
Formerly of 'Edgely', Lower Wonga and late of Oxford Crest. Passed away peacefully surrounded by family, under the care of the Doctors and Nurses of the ESU Team at Gympie Hospital, 26 January 2021.
Aged 95 years
Loving Husband of ...
Publication: The Courier-MailDate listed: 30/1/2021
Yvonne May Wilson
WILSON, Yvonne May
Late of Zion Retirement Village, Gympie and formerly of Wilston. Passed away peacefully 1st September 2020.
Aged 94 Years
Dearly loved Sister and Sister-in-law of Gwen & Norm Shea (both dec’d), June & George Hitchin (both dec’d), Norman Wilson (dec’d) and John (dec ...
Publication: The Courier-MailDate listed: 12/9/2020
Formerly of Tin Can Bay Beloved wife of Ned. Passed away peacefully in her 90th year in the arms of Ned, on Friday 31st July 2020.
Publication: DigitalDate listed: 18/8/2020
from Barnsby U.K. formally of Gympie Passed away peacefully on the 20.5.2020, aged 50 years after a long battle with MND.
Beloved husband of Catherine, loving father to Georgiana, much loved son of Alan(Mick dec’d) & Dorothy Pratt, much loved brother, brother-in-law & uncle to Mary, Val ...
Publication: Gympie TimesDate listed: 6/6/2020