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BLACKER Adrian

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BLACKER (ADRIAN)

29.09.1946 - 14.10.2020 Passed away peacefully at Hollywood Hospital.

Dearly loved brother and uncle to his family in Queensland.

Much loved and respected by his colleagues from the S.A.S, the WA Rugby community and his big circle of friends.

We will all miss his quick wit and jovial nature.

Adrian - you put up such a brave and uncomplaining struggle over the last 10 years with your health issues.

Rest in Peace dear friend. Sally and Tony Howarth

BLACKER (Adrian):

A much loved friend and mentor. Adrian was always there for me when I was a boy growing up. He was a wonderfully supportive much loved part of our family. His kindness and humour will be with us forever.

Rest in Peace Cobber. Dane, Kylie, Beau and Jack Howarth.

BLACKER (Adrian):

In memory of our much loved friend and family member - Adrian.

We will miss and treasure your kindness, jokes and stories.

Always in our hearts. Mark, Kellie, Lilla-Grace and Flynn Howarth.

Published 15th Oct, 2020
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The Funeral Service to celebrate the life of Mr Adrian Blacker will be held on Harvey Field, 47 Broome St, Cottesloe WEDNESDAY (21.10.2020) commencing at 10.30am. A Private Cremation to follow.

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    Fond and fun memories of times spent together with our family. RIP Adrian..... Ann, Simone and Tony Laurenson

    Wednesday, 21 October 2020 Submitted online by Ann Laurenson
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    You always had a smile, first met you at PTS when you were doing your PJI course. From then on every time we met you always stopped to say hello. RIP mate, you will be sadly missed and remembered fondly with all that called you a mate!

    Tuesday, 20 October 2020 Submitted online by Michael Connolly
  • BLACKER (Adrian):

    We called you "Midnight" but you lit up our lives with your wit, humour, sense of fun, and, your great singing voice. You were a great soldier back in the day and apparently carried it on for all your time in the Army. "E Troop" would not have been the same without you.

    Baz

    2 Squadron 1968

    Tuesday, 20 October 2020 Submitted online by Barry Spollen
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    Fond memories of a dear cousin - catching up in 2012 was great. Harold and Anne Blacker and family. Mortlake Victoria

    Monday, 19 October 2020 Submitted online by Harold Blacker
  • BLACKER (Adrian):

    A treasured member of Mosman Cottesloe Rugby League Club, a man who served his country in the SAS and decorated soldier. A larrikin, a man with a great sense of humour, loved a beer or two, friendly, jovial, a great smile. I remember once he took me up to the SAS regiment's birthday? and we were standing around chatting and he said let's move over there her comes the boss (colonel) as he didn't want to get into a discussion with him whilst I was there. (Political views were different). Another good bloke off to the Tigers and SAS den in the sky to share a few yarns and beers with his SAS comrades and MC tiger mates. Farewell old mate.

    Monday, 19 October 2020 Submitted online by Eddie Seymour

  • BLACKER (ADRIAN)

    After a long illness and a galant fight Adrian passed away at Hollywood Private Hospital on 14.10.2020. Condolences to his friends and Cottesloe Rugby team. From the President and members ASAS Assoc. (WA Branch).

    Who Dares Wins

    Wednesday, 21 October 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • BLACKER (ADRIAN)

    Many fond memories of our years together. Farewell and God bless, dearest Adrian. Lesleigh.

    Saturday, 17 October 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • BLACKER (ADRIAN)

    Dear friend. You will live in our hearts forever. RIP.

    Love, the Donnans.

    Saturday, 17 October 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • BLACKER ADRIAN It is with great sadness we mark the passing of a remarkable man and Life Member, Abs. He is remembered as a hard trainer and his influence at the club can still be seen. His witty sayings will be long remembered. A man held in such high esteem and loved by so many. Our condolences to Adrian's family in QLD.

    Committee, Life Members, players and supporters of Cottesloe Rugby Union Club.

    Saturday, 17 October 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • BLACKER ADRIAN A fine and distinguished soldier. Very fond memories. RIP Adrian after your last, long and brave battle.

    Leigh and Maree Alver

    Saturday, 17 October 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • BLACKER (ADRIAN)

    As a young and upcoming telegrapher with the Queensland Railways, his lust for adventure soon finds him enlisted in the AMF. After his initial military training he applies for, and is accepted to, the Australian SAS Regiment. Shortly after qualification, he is soon in the thick of it. In his first 4 years in the Regt, he serves 2 years on active service (in Vietnam). His first year during the very hostile TET Offensive and his last tour of duty as PC earning him a well deserved medal awarded by the then South Viet Govt. His continued service saw him progress to a high level performer, respected by peer and subordinate alike.

    WO2 A. Blacker retired after some 20 years of dedicated service.

    We did not always see eye to eye, however this solider was and always will be highly thought of.

    Will see you further down the track Old Mate.... meanwhile R.I.P.

    Ras.

    Friday, 16 October 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • BLACKER (ADRIAN)

    One of a kind. Always had a smile while he pushed you to go harder and faster. Could sing Danny Boy like no other. Will be sadly missed. Past players and members, Mosman- Cottesloe Rugby League Club.

    Friday, 16 October 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • BLACKER ADRIAN Rest in peace Adrian. You were a great friend to our family and were a wonderful example to Jack and Matt. We held you in great respect and loved your warmth and humour. Jenny and Dom Bourke

    Friday, 16 October 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • BLACKER ADRIAN We have lost our Dear Friend of many years. Always there for our Family. Adrian will be sadly missed by all. He will remain in our thoughts and hearts forever. Rest In Peace now.

    Thursday, 15 October 2020 Published in The West Australian

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