A Funeral Service for the late Mr Darrel Gordon McQuade of Northam and formerly of York and Geraldton will assemble at the Main Entrance of the KARRAKATTA Cemetery on MONDAY Morning (7.10.2019) at 11.00am and will proceed to the Brown Crematorium Chapel.
In the care of: NORTHAM (08) 9622 5517
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Sorry I didn't know about your passing, I would have loved to have said my last farewell.
Wonderful, kind beautiful soul.
Rest in Peace Darrel, thank you for all your help with Family Tree.
With your darling Doreen and Terry now and the rest of the McQuade clan.
Denise McQuade xxx
Gone but not forgotten
Rest in peace
Rhonda and Vernona xx
You were the best Great Uncle anyone could ever have, gone to be with Aunty Dawnie.
Lots of Love Narns xoxox
In God's care you rest above with your loved ones. In our hearts you rest with love. Loved uncle of Laurie, Janice and Geoff, Jeremy, Terri, Brad, Tony and families. Sincere appreciation and thanks to Dr Saleem, Silverchain, St Simeons, Lilly, Luana, Craig and Clair.
Loved older brother of Dennis (dec), loved brother-in-law of Dorothy, uncle of Jeffrey, Garry, Helen, Susan and partners and great uncle to their families.
Gone to be re-united with his loved ones.
Cousin of Bazil, Gwen, Neville and family.
Rest in peace Darrel.
MCQUADE DARREL Mr Darrel McQuade WX40348
Respected member of the Northam RSL Sub Branch.
Lest We Forget
Mick, you were one of the best and sharing a tent with you in New Guinea was a privilege. So long old mate, our memories will last forever. RIP. Reunited with your loving wife Doreen and son Terry. Our love and thoughts are with your family.
Ben and Janet Mundy.
Old soldiers never die they just fade away.