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    - George GOODEY
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(George Frederick):
05.04.1932 - 12.05.2018 Passed away at the Bendat Centre after a recent diagnosis. Beloved and loving husband to Carmel and dad to Neil, father-in-law to Lydia, much loved grandpa to Morgan and Lauren. You have been a source of strength and security to your family for many years, we will miss your passion for all that is important. The dedication you showed to your ailing wife over many years will never be forgotten. No more suffering, it's time for well deserved peace.

GOODEY (George):

Dad, you leave a hole in my life that will never be filled, other than by the memories that I hold and treasure so dearly. You set an example of strength that has shaped the person I am. I am proud of who you are and of all you've achieved, your high moral ground, your unweaning care and dedication to Mum, and your attitude of "Do it right, or not at all." I will miss your reciting of Churchill's famous speeches, your stories of growing up on the farm, and hearing your repertoire of old English poetry. I could never have been more proud than having had you as my Dad. Your loving son, Neil.
GOODEY (George):

"Mr G," I will miss our time together, the daily phone conversations and the stories we shared together. Your passion for detail, your love for classical music, your love of history, your love and dedication to Mrs G during a sad and difficult time. These parts of you will remain in my heart forever. I will always think of you in the evenings when you should be phoning to say goodnight. I am grateful the suffering for you has now ended. Please rest peacefully knowing we will continue to watch over Mrs G, your loving wife of 60 years. Losing you means there will always be a part missing, now my wish for you is ever lasting peace. Your loving daughter-in-law, Lydia.

GOODEY (George):

Grandpa, we will miss your stories of Tremadock Farm when you were a young boy during the war, we will miss listening to your music when you picked us up from school but mostly we will miss knowing you are there to love and care for us. We hope you are at peace. We love you. Your loving granddaughters, Morgan and Lauren.

Published in The West Australian on May 15, 2018
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