Edward "Ted" COONAN

Obituary
  • "Deepest sympathy to Marcia and famlies ,so sorry for your..."
    - Patricia Bynon
  • " COONAN (Ted): Ted, you and Marcia have been our special..."
    - Ted COONAN
    Published in: The West Australian
  • "COONAN (Ted ): To Dear Marcia, Lisa, Joanne and Nat, Sian..."
    - Ted COONAN
    Published in: The West Australian
  • "COONAN (Ted ): We are deeply saddened at the passing of..."
    - Ted COONAN
    Published in: The West Australian
  • " COONAN (Ted): Deepest sympathy to Marcia and families...."
    - Ted COONAN
    Published in: The West Australian


COONAN Edward (Ted):
Of Konno / Wongan Hills and previously of Perenjori. Born Yea Victoria 16.08.1943 and passed away peacefully 05.02.2019. Dearly loved husband of Marcia. Loving father of Craig (dec), Lisa and John, Joanne and Brendan, Natalie and Jack. Very proud grandfather of 7 and even prouder great-grandfather of 2. Grateful thanks for the loving care provided by everyone at ICU and Ward 35 at St John of God Hospital Subiaco.
You have carted
your last load Ted,
so rest peacefully now.


COONAN Edward (Ted):
Loving father and great mate of Lisa and John. Adored pop of Laura and Dan, Ben and April, Jess and Antony. Treasured "big pop" to Ella and Aiden. We have loved your support, guidance, good stories and bad jokes. We are so proud of all you and mum have achieved in your 51 years together, but after a lifetime of tender care to your family and farm it's time to pull up and rest easy. A life well lived xo.

COONAN Edward (Ted):
Loved and loving Father of Jo and Brendan. Much adored and dearly loved Pop of Annie and Harry.

You were so generous with your love and time. We loved your humour and glad you had it right to the end.
We are very proud and grateful you were our Dad and Pop. Thank you for everything you have done for us.
Gone with your pipe to the big farm in the sky after a short but courageous battle.
Our hearts are broken.

COONAN Edward (Ted):
In loving memory of our much loved Pop Coonan.
Pop you have been an amazing guiding light for us all. Our children have been blessed to experience your love, commitment to family and your generosity. Your enthusiasm to pass on life's lessons and skills to guide them through their future will be dearly missed. We will treasure the memories of you sharing jokes and stories around the table.
Time to take off your boots and watch the young ones have a go.
Love Nat, Jack and your adoring grandchildren Clayton and Georgia

Published in The West Australian on Feb. 7, 2019
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