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The Funeral Cortege for the late Alison Kathleen Pailthorpe of Wilson will assemble at the main gates of KARRAKATTA Cemetery for a Cremation Service in the Brown Chapel on FRIDAY (14.6.2019) commencing at 11.00am.

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Published 13th Jun, 2019
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Karrakatta Cemetery

Railway Road
Karrakatta WA 6010

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  • PAILTHORPE (Alison):

    Much loved Mum to Graham, Mother-in-law to Lyn

    Granny to Helen and Matt, Jennifer and Steve, Ben

    Great Granny to Taiti

    Will be very much missed

    Love Graham

    Saturday, 8 June 2019 Submitted online by Graham Pailthorpe

    ALISON KATHLEEN Beloved wife of Charles Douglas Pailthorpe (deceased),

    Mother of Graham and Susan,

    Grandmother of Helen, Jennifer, Duane and Yolande,

    Great-grandmother of Tati and Elisha.

    Passed away on Friday 31st May 2019

    She lived a hundred years of loving kindness for all who know her

    PAILTHORPE (nee Coe)

    (Alison Kathleen):

    10th May 1919 - 31st May 2019 You lived a good and full life, forever helping people and enriching their lives.

    You were my very loved mother and you were always there for me and my children and I thank you for that. Love you, Shoo

    PAILTHORPE (nee Coe)

    (Alison Kathleen):

    Alison, lover of her many four-legged friends,

    She was accounts and pay master for many years at Kenwick Veterinary Hospital. Dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all of her four legged and two legged friends at KVH

    PAILTHORPE (nee Coe)

    (Alison Kathleen):

    So much more than a grandmother - a great friend, confidante, mentor, educator and inspiration. Lots of love Yolande

    Tuesday, 4 June 2019 Published in The West Australian


    To my beloved, wonderful Grandmother, your selfless devotion to our well being will be forever appreciated. Thank you for everything. Much love, Duane

    Friday, 7 June 2019 Published in The West Australian

    A wonderful friend who we admired so much.

    Rest peacefully. Much love, Lyn, Sandy and Dawn.

    Saturday, 8 June 2019 Published in The West Australian


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