ANDERSON ARTHUR (ANDY)
Born Narrogin 26.9.22 Died Perth 12.5.20, Légion d'Honneur, FRAeS
Beloved husband of Carol, father of Chris, Mark and Nick, grandfather of Christie, Elyse, Darren, Jean-Claire, Ricki and Doug. All of us cherish the special memories of your long and wonderful life - from a flying career which began on Sunderland Flying Boats in WW2 and ended with 747s in Kuwait, to the restaurant in Margaret River and a relaxed retirement enjoying lawn bowls. So many great stories and remarkable achievements.
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In loving memory of grandad Andy. We didn't see each other often but cherish the memories of when we did. Love from Darren, Claire and great grandchildren Kyle, Owen and Leah x
Andy was a true gentleman. With his wonderful laugh, inexhaustible fund of fascinating stories and that rare ability to make each person he met feel valued, he was a genuine and unique human being. He will be missed by all of us who knew him around the world. Our condolences to Carol and Andy's family at this sad time.
A life well lived.
A family well loved.
A world well served.
True son of Western Australia, he hugged his existence with both arms. Deepest condolences to his wife and guardian angel, Carol, his sons Christopher, Mark and their families.
Judy Green (nee Anderson), Bill and family.
ANDERSON ANDY Our sincere sympathy to Carol, Elyse, Chris, Margot and Christie. What a privilege to have had someone like Andy in your lives.
ANDERSON ANDY Condolences to Carol and Family. A revered and valued member of Royal Aeronautical Society.
Bruce Duckham and members of the Royal Aeronautical Society
ANDERSON ARTHUR (ANDY)
On behalf of the members of Dalkeith Nedlands Bowling Club, we extend our deepest sympathy to Carol and her family. Andy was a long and active member of our Club, well loved and respected. We all enjoyed playing with Andy with his good humour and competitive spirit. He will be missed by his many friends and associates of the Club. May he rest in peace.
Goodbye dear friend.
So many treasured memories and parties over the years from North Beach, the "1885" and Dalkeith. Such a privilege to have you as our friend. Fly high Andy. Deepest condolences to Carol, Chris, Mark and Nick.
Greg and Elisabeth Hancock
In every way, you were a hero. You fought the good fight during the war and you continued to do so in recent years - through all adversity you shone. The world is a sadder place when we lose such special people. My heartfelt sympathies to Carol and all Andy's family in Canada and the UK who could not be here to farewell him. R I P dear friend - you deserve it.