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The Funeral Cortege for Mr James McLaughlin of MANDURAH will arrive at the main entrance of FREMANTLE Cemetery, Carrington Street, Palmyra at 10:30am on THURSDAY (29.08.2019) for a Cremation Service in the East Chapel, Mourners to gather at the main entrance for procession to the Chapel.


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Published 24th Aug, 2019
ID: 4112744 GB: 4112736

Fremantle Cemetery

Carrington Street and Leach Highway
Palmyra WA 6157

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    Formerly of Bayswater. Passed away suddenly on 20.08.19 in Mandurah, age 75. Husband to Ann, father to Carol-Ann and Frances, father-in-law of Andy and Jason. Proud Grandad to Natasha and Michael, Alisha, Nicholas Matthew, Mitchell and Amy. Loved son of Annie and George, Brother of Frank (all dec). "You took the high road and we'll take the low road".

    Mc LAUGHLIN (James):

    We knew each other for over 50 years. We had our good times and not so good times but together we made a beautiful family. You will always have a special place in my heart.

    Love your Duchess, Ann.

    Mc LAUGHLIN (James):


    The things we feel so deeply are the hardest things to say, but you will always be remembered in a very special way. Rest in peace with your wee "dug". Your daughter Frances, son-in-law Jason and Grandchildren Mitchell and Amy.

    Mc LAUGHLIN (James):

    Dad and Grandad,

    Gone so suddenly without time to say goodbyes. We knew this day would come but we weren't ready yet. Dad, you lived your life the Sinatra Song "I Did It My way". All we have now are memories and those will never die. Close to our hearts you will always stay, Loved and remembered every day. With your wee mate Hamish. Breathe easy and sleep peacefully Dad. Carol-Ann, Andy, Natasha and Mike, Alisha, Nicholas and Matthew.

    Saturday, 24 August 2019 Published in The West Australian

    Deepest sympathy to Ann, Carol Ann, Frances and family on the passing of Jim. Now at peace.

    The Passfield family

    Tuesday, 27 August 2019 Published in The West Australian


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