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SULLIVAN Julia

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SULLIVAN

A Funeral Service for Julia Norma Sullivan (nee Curtis) will be held at Purslowe and Chipper Funerals at 103 Norma Rd, Myaree for friends and family on THURSDAY (14.11.2019) 7pm - 9pm.

A short committal service will take place at 9.00am on FRIDAY (15.11.2019) at the above address.

Published 12th Nov to 13th Nov, 2019
ID: 4161673 GB: 4160181

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  • SULLIVAN (Julia):

    Sending heartfelt sympathy to our good friend John on the sad loss of dear Julia. I hope we will stay in touch with each other throughout our remaining years on this earth.

    From Rita and Geoff James

    Monday, 11 November 2019 Submitted online by Rita & Geoffrey James
  • SULLIVAN (Julia):

    (nee Curtis)

    Tender memories of Julia. Deepest sympathy to John. Loved and loving sister of Keith (dec), sister-in-law of Ruth and aunt of Kim and Jacqueline.

    Monday, 11 November 2019 Submitted online by Ruth Curtis
  • SULLIVAN (JULIA NORMA)

    Julia, my dearly beloved wife, you will always live in my heart.

    I will never forget you. John.

    Friday, 8 November 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • SULLIVAN JULIA From Marion and Alan, cousins, and our extended Tapper families. Julia was a great friend of our mother, Gwenyth Tapper. We will miss her. With love to John.

    Monday, 11 November 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • SULLIVAN JULIA Deepest sympathy to John in the loss of Julia. We will miss our lunchtime chats.

    Hugh, Karon and Ward Langridge.

    Saturday, 9 November 2019 Published in The West Australian

  • SULLIVAN
    (JULIA NORMA)

    (NEE CURTIS)

    Deepest condolences to John. Daughter of Shirley and Fred (both dec), sister of Yvonne and Keith (both dec), adored Aunty of Janice and Chris and Great-Aunt of Ashleigh and Murray. Great-Great- Aunt of Jaxxon and Riley. Deep in my heart memories are kept of the one I love and will never, ever forget.

    Friday, 8 November 2019 Published in The West Australian

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