The Funeral Service for Mr Rinus Lievense of Mandurah will take place in our Chapel 2 Leslie St, Mandurah commencing at 10.30am on THURSDAY (23.05.2019). Cremation will take place privately at a later time. No flowers by request donations in lieu to Silver Chain Mandurah would be appreciated.
2 LESLIE STREET MANDURAH 9535 4261
WA Family Owned
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LIEVENSE RINUS My life has been all the richer in my marriage to Rinus for the last 73 years. A relationship of respect, trust and kindness. Life goes on and you will be in my thoughts every day.
Love forever, June No flowers please (donations to Silver Chain welcomed).
LIEVENSE RINUS His sense of humour will be sorely missed. Gone but not forgotten. Dan, Paula, Rebecca, Amberley and Jet.
LIEVENSE MARINUS (RINUS)
Passed away peacefully, our loving and much loved Father of Katrina and Grandfather to Tosh, Jasmin and Kawiti. We will miss you greatly.
LIEVENSE RINUS Passed away peacefully on Sunday. Wonderful memories live on for all of us. A life well lived.
Douglas, Debra, Emerson, Imogen, Alex and Elin.
LIEVENSE RINUS A wonderful, gentle man and loving ‘Pop' to Jethro. Thank you for your humour, your generosity, and all the fun fishing trips. So many great memories...
LIEVENSE RINUS My dearest Rinus, Thank you for your friendship, counsel, guidance, and advice. These are precious memories for me to hold. To my dearest friend June, Dan, Katrina, Douglas and families what a wonderful husband and father Rinus was. Rinus and his love of all things nautical will be the toast of heaven for the next little while.
All my love, Sandi
A kind and caring friend. Great fishing memories will never forget. RIP.
Peter and Lynda.