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Of Tin Can Bay, formerly of Maryborough. Passed away on April 9, 2018, aged 70 years. Dearly loved husband of Mavis. Brother and brother-in-law of Jill and Max Petersen, and Trevor Barry. Stepfather to Mavis' family. Privately cremated.
Publications: Gympie Times, Fraser Coast ChronicleDate listed: 20/4/2019
27.4.1930 ~ 14.4.2019 Passed away peacefully at Parklands Retirement Haven, Hervey Bay. Neville is survived by his wife Helen; sons Rex and Graham; daughters-in-law Maree and Kaye; grandchildren Samantha, Courtney, Bryce and Ethan; and brother Ray. Private Cremation as per his wishes.
Publication: Gympie TimesDate listed: 16/4/2019
Passed away peacefully on Thursday 21st March 2019. Teresa was dearly loved by her Husband and family. Privately Cremated. George Hartnett Funerals Wynnum 073396...
Publication: Gympie TimesDate listed: 30/3/2019
Late of Tin Can Bay. Passed away 8th March 2019 Aged 78 years Privately Cremated ALEX GOW FUNERALS Deception Bay (07) 3888 ... FAMILY OWNED alexgowfunerals.com.au
Publication: Gympie TimesDate listed: 14/3/2019
Late of Gympie, previously of Banana/Moura District. Passed away peacefully in his home as per his wishes on 23rd January 2019. Aged 91 years old. Beloved Husband of Joyce (dec’d). Loved ...
Publications: Biloela Central Telegraph, Gympie TimesDate listed: 30/1/2019