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The Funeral Service for Mr James Corbett of Coolbellup will be held in St Augistine's Catholic Church, 40 George Street (South West Hwy), Pinjarra commencing at 12.45pm on FRIDAY (23.8.2019).

The Cortege will leave the Church at the conclusion of the Service and arrive at the Main Entrance of PINJARRA Cemetery, cnr Padbury Road and South West Hwy, Pinjarra at 2.00pm for a Burial Service.


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Published 8th Aug, 2019
ID: 4102991 GB: 4102991

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    Passed away suddenly at home on 2nd August 2019. Dearly loved Father of James Jnr, Lorna, John, Adrian (dec) and Carol (dec). Much loved Pop of all of his grandchildren and great- grandchildren.

    We miss you from our home dear Dad, we miss you from our place. A shadow over our life is cast, we miss the sunshine of your face. We miss your kind and willing hand, your fond and earnest care. Our home is dark without you, we miss you everywhere. 'Til we meet again.

    Thursday, 8 August 2019 Published in The West Australian

    JAMES RICHARD Much loved brother of Rosemary, respected brother-in-law of Jack and beloved uncle to Leanne, Diane, Sharon, Peter and Valerie, and all the grannies. I enjoyed and will treasure the happy times we had together.

    I will miss you always. Sincere and Loving condolences to young Jim, Lorna, John and their families.

    Rest in Peace.

    Saturday, 10 August 2019 Published in The West Australian


    14.11.1943 - 02.08.2019 Dearly beloved Brother of Vivienne Corbett (Fuller) Sahanna. Condolences to his daughter Lorna and families. From my family at this sad time, we share the sorrow. Jim Corbett has achieved much in his life and overcame illness early in his teens to gain a degree in Social Science. After he did the initial bridging course at WAIT (now Curtin University) he did this with his sister, Mrs Lorna Little (dec 2010) who studied and graduated with him. Jim had worked at Curtin Uni and in Government WA positions, before retiring. I hold him dear in my heart and love the times he visited me, we talked nonstop over cups of tea and cake. I felt a lift to my spirit by his presence. Jim was a quiet achiever. I'm bereft at his passing. Vivienne Sahanna

    Friday, 9 August 2019 Published in The West Australian


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