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The Funeral Cortege for Mr Nathan Scattini of Byford and formerly of Kalgoorlie will arrive at PINNAROO Valley Memorial Park, West Chapel for a Cremation Service on THURSDAY (4.4.2019) commencing at 10.00am.

Published 27th Mar, 2019
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Pinnaroo Valley Memorial Park

Whitfords Avenue
Padbury WA 6025

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    Much loved eldest son of Noel, stepson of Martine. Treasured brother of Darran and Janai, stepbrother of Aaron and Clinton Verner. Father of Hayden and uncle of many.

    If tears could build a stairway,

    And memories a lane,

    We would walk right up to heaven,

    And bring you home again.

    Wednesday, 27 March 2019 Published in The West Australian


    Beloved son of Kerry, step-son of Mike and brother of Darran. Nathan you were my first born child and will always hold a very special place in my heart. Time may eventually help to heal some of my heartache but the loss I feel will last my lifetime.

    So my darling Son, with a broken heart I say goodbye. Muma xxx
    SCATTINI (Nathan):

    My very special boy Nathan you touched so many people in your life and left us way too soon. Goodbye Nath, Love always Mike xxx
    SCATTINI (Nathan):

    Brother, we are heartbroken beyond belief. Growing up you were my protector, my best mate, my world. You were the most caring, loyal brother anyone could ask for. Life will never be the same without you. I wish we could play cricket again in mum's backyard - fighting over the rules, the conditions, the lighting...everything really. I will never forget you and will cherish the memories that we had together. Your passing has left a hole in my heart and my life that can never be filled.

    Love always your brother Darran, Kirrily and Emmy xxx

    Wednesday, 27 March 2019 Published in The West Australian


    The day I lost you, I lost a piece of my heart. Cherished brother of Janai

    Wednesday, 27 March 2019 Published in The West Australian


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