An informal Celebration of the life and adventures of Murray Raynes will be held at Island Market, 364 West Coast Dr, Trigg on SATURDAY (15.6.2019) from 1.00pm.
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Keep RAYNES Murray's Guest Book Online
Celebrate the life of your loved one by keeping their Guest Book online. It’s a lovely way for family and friends to express their condolences and share memories for the months and years to come. Guests can leave their heart-felt message and even include a photo of a favourite time shared with your loved one.
Well done Murray! A very good innings and now you are in our heart. Bernie O'Kane and Family
Gone for now old pal, but the memories remain of the good times and a life richly lived.
Condolences to Steve,Jacqui, Dale and Toni.
Kev and Ruth Pyke
RAYNES MURRAY Passed away peacefully on Friday 31st May. Previously of Daglish, Malaya, Sydney, Hong Kong, Harvey, the Seven Seas, the Australian roads, and finally Nannup. Electrician, Fighter pilot, Captain, sailor, author amongst others... Father to Steve, Jacqui, Dale and Toni, Granddad to Albie and Lillie. Friend to many more all over the world. All our love.
RAYNES MURRAY Dear Old Dad - Well done! You are in the final clubhouse! Always an inspiration. Will miss you. Jacqui and Frank (Many thanks to the amazing doctors, nurses and staff at SJoG Hospital and Hospice Murdoch)
RAYNES MURRAY Dear Old Dad has begun his final journey. Passed away peacefully on Friday 31st May. Lived for the previous 84 years with joy and fearlessness.
Today is not to be sad, today is to remember him. Toni, Grant, Albie and Lillie
Passed away early May 31 after a short struggle with cancer. Respected and loved Brother of John, Helen, Bill (dec) and Ken (dec) and Uncle of Marnie, Cameron and Melissa. His varied life included RAAF Pilot, Qantas and Cathay Pacific Captain, Round the World Solo Sailor, Deer Farmer, Golfer and Winnit. He is now pain free and in a better place. Our condolences to his immediate Family.
RAYNES MURRAY Sadly passed away 31st May from a challenge he could not overcome.
Adventurous, Humorous and intellectual.
Past Player and Friend.
Dolphins Water Polo Masters
RAYNES MURRAY A true gentleman and friend. I'll miss our chats and your hilarious stories about a life well lived. Laraine
RAYNES MURRAY And when Thyself with shining Foot shall pass
Among the Guests Star-scatter'd on The Grass,
And in Thy joyous Errand reach the Spot
Where I made one-turn down an empty Glass!
Sympathies to Winnit John and the entire Raynes family. RIP.
The Winnit Club (Inc)