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ADRIAN GIUSEPPE Loved son of Gino (dec) and Florence. Adored and admired brother of Brenden, Leon and Teresa. Brother-in-law to Michelle, Kim and Tim. Uncle to Ava, Rose, Chloe, Liam, Toby, Lauren, Luke, and Nathan.

We are so proud and thankful for the son and brother you were, and the man, husband, father, uncle and teacher you became.

We are devastated that your time with us is over far too soon, and our family will never be the same without you.

Rest peacefully our beautiful Agie.

Published 12th Oct, 2019
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  • BERTUOLA (Adrian): Fellow Broken Hillbilly and mate you will be always be remembered as a kind, decent and respected person that would go out of your way to help others. Your positive outlook on life really blew me away. Never a why me?

    I will remember what you said, never say ya too busy, never say no, just say yes and do it, because ya don’t know what’s around the corner.

    My deepest sympathy and condolences goes out to all the families.

    Ben and Caroline Darling.

    Monday, 14 October 2019 Submitted online by Ben Darling
  • BERTUOLA ADRIAN You never complained, you never said ‘why me' you showed the world how courageous you were. You fought the battle of your life but God love you, you were never going to win the war. You are now free of pain and no longer tired.

    We will try our best to look after Tracy, Cait and Izzy.

    You will be so missed

    Love Daphne and Ron.

    Friday, 11 October 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • BERTUOLA ADRIAN Sadly on the afternoon of Wednesday 9th October our beloved colleague and friend Adrian Bertuola passed away after a struggle with cancer. Adrian was a beacon of light in our school. He was a man who always found time to care for others. He taught us many things but mostly that a smile is the greatest inclusive practice. He remained positive and strong to the end.

    Adrian lives on in us by remembering, listening and acting with kindness.

    Dark nights follow the brightest days and a very bright light has shone on our college and we, the staff of Shenton College, thank Mr Bertuola for being that light.

    Michael Morgan


    Saturday, 12 October 2019 Published in The West Australian