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KIELLERUP, Arthur "Graham"
Late of Tuchekoi, Gympie. Formerly Melbourne, Victoria. Passed away peacefully surrounded by love. Wednesday 21st of August 2019.
Aged 84 years
Dearly loved Husband of Anne, Brother to Alster and Jennis. Father ...
Publications: Sunshine Coast Daily, Gympie TimesDate listed: 27/8/2019
After a long battle with cancer, Bob passed away in the Palliative Care Unit at the Townsville Base Hospital on Monday 1st July 2019. At Bob’s request, there will be no funeral service. Bob is now with his Dad Bill and his Brothers Colin, Leslie and Billy.
Publication: Gympie TimesDate listed: 6/7/2019
of Tin Can Bay. Passed away peacefully in the care of Residency by Dillons on the 7th June 2019, aged 86 years. Beloved wife of Macca and much loved mother and mother-in-law of Colin & Colleen. Grandmother and great-grandmother to Becky, Liam, Amanda, Anthony, Indi, Scott and Lachlan. Forever in our ...
Publication: Gympie TimesDate listed: 12/6/2019