BORWICK (MAXWELL JOHN)
10.05.1938 - 15.04.2021
It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Max. Passed peacefully at Murdoch Hospice. Husband of Carole (dec), Father to Clayton, Steven, Grant and Nicole (dec). Poppom of 9 and Great Poppom of 5. The Battle is now over Dad and now you are with Mum again. Special thanks to his Friends and Murdoch Hospice for all the help and support.
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BORWICK (Maxwell) Max AFSM:
Fondly remembered for his dedication to the protection of properties in the Shire of Gingin from the ravages of fire. His commitment to the Gingin West Fire Brigade, the Fire Control Officers group and the district generally has been sorely missed over the last few years, but his family should be justifiably proud of his achievements over many, many years. Max also made an important impact while in his role as Councillor for the Shire of Gingin's North Ward.
He will be sadly missed.
BORWICK MAXWELL Loved Dad and Poppom, many happy memories. Now with Mum, you will be missed by us all.
Steven Melinda Leigh Jarred Matthew Jordan Kristy Jai Danielle Emm and Charlotte
BORWICK MAXWELL My dearest Dad It was hard for us to watch you battle through the final weeks but rejoicing you are no longer in pain and even more you are now with Mum again.
With all our love, Clayton, Minh, James and Caitlyn
A much loved Dad and Poppom. Many happy memories. You will be sadly missed by us all. Grant, Mandy, Karl, Kylie, Samantha, Nick, Lacey, Skyla, Naomi and Jack.
BORWICK MAXWELL Loved brother-in-law of Janice and Norm, fond uncle of Carolyn and Michelle. 1938 was a very good year. Will be sadly missed.
BORWICK MAX Cherished Brother-in-Law of Peter and Debra (Deceased). Uncle of Ryan Gaias. Your battle is over now. Rest in Peace dear friend. You can now reunite with your loved ones.
Loved brother-in-law of Peter and Lynne, uncle of Nathan, Rebecca, Diana, Paul, Tamiqua and Rory. So many happy memories. Sadly missed but never forgotten.
W.M. and Brn of the Gingin Masonic Lodge, no. 215 wac regret the passing of V.W. Max Borwick on the 15th of April. Condolences to Max's family. He is and will be sadly missed. Max was known as the loveable little fat man with a big big heart. Has now gone to the grand lodge above.
Rest in peace.
The Funeral will be at 2.00pm on WEDNESDAY (28.04.2021), at Bowra & O'Dea, 283 South Street, Hilton Park.
BORWICK (MAXWELL JOHN)
The Shire President, Councillors and Staff of the Shire of Gingin extend our deepest sympathy to Max's family on his passing. Max served the Shire of Gingin for over 26 years as a volunteer fire fighter and Chief Bush Fire Control Officer. Max was also a Shire Councillor for 9 years.
He will be fondly remembered.