Jim Mc Kiernan

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Mc Kiernan (Jim):
11.10.1944 - 10.08.2018 Jim travelled his cancer journey for fifteen and a half years, never without his cheeky smile and determination and never letting it define him. To quote a line from the late great Jim Stynes "If you don't have cancer, cherish life. If you do, cherish it even more." It's a philosophy that our Jim lived by. His love of his collective family was a source of great strength to him. His life has been enriched with great memories and long lasting friendships and love. He will be so missed by his life's partner and wife, Jackie, his and her children, Steven, Donna, Jimmy, Lisa, Kim, Kate and Ben, their partners and his wonderful collection of grandchildren and his dear friend and first love, Jean. Rest easy Jim, you have touched so many people in your life's journey. Know that you leave behind a flame that will always remain lit in the collective MCKIERNAN clan.

Mc Kiernan (Jim):
My lover, my life's partner, my soul mate, what a wonderful journey we've travelled together over the last thirty five years, it certainly has been a roller coaster ride but with more peaks than troughs. I love you more than words can say and will miss your laughter, our banter and above all your unconditional love for me. It is so sad that, because of bloody cancer, in the last few years of your life we haven't been able to do the things that we talked about endlessly.
Jim, my darling I am so very lucky that we found each other, know that you'll always be with me. Your Jackie.

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Published in The West Australian on Aug. 13, 2018
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