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COLLINS Graeme

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COLLINS (GRAEME ASHLEY) Passed away suddenly 23rd July 2019 after a short illness.

Formerly of Northcliffe and Bassendean. Beloved son of Alice and Ron Collins (both dec) and treasured brother of Rosemary, Peter, Tom and Eddie. We loved you dearly Graeme and will miss you every day. RIP now.

Published 25th Jul, 2019
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  • COLLINS (Graeme):

    Deepest sympathy to Austin and family. Such a gentle man. We shall miss the updates over the garden fence and the cheers from next door when the Dockers got a goal .

    RIP Graeme - a lovely neighbour.

    Paul, Anne and family from 11a.

    Tuesday, 30 July 2019 Submitted online by Anne Mackean
  • COLLINS (Graeme):

    I can’t begin to tell you how sorry we are Graeme. We are devastated. I truly don’t think Mark will ever be the same. You left without knowing how much we really loved you. And we did. So much. I hope you can feel that love till we see you again.

    Love always Mark, Jennifer and Mia.

    Tuesday, 30 July 2019 Submitted online by Jennifer Wray
  • COLLINS (Graeme):

    Deepest sympathy to the family, Graeme will be deeply missed. You had a big heart and amazing skilful unique touch with everything you achieved, I will always have happy and funny memories with you. Now you are free to travel where ever you like. Will miss our chats on your verandah with Sal. Thankyou for your helpful advice and friendship.

    Annette

    Monday, 29 July 2019 Submitted online by Annette Greaves
  • COLLINS (Graeme):

    We are extremely blessed to have known you dear Graeme. We will always cherish your cheeky smile, your kind words, your attention to detail and work, your tranquil nature, your love of life, your Sally frolicking in our pool and really just YOU!

    'Grae's Garden in Hovea', will stand as a testament to you, a Gentle Man. Thank you for sharing a bit of you with us.

    Monday, 29 July 2019 Submitted online by Roma And Kim Valenti
  • COLLINS (GRAEME)

    Loving and courageous Brother, Brother-in-law, Uncle and Friend of Eddie, Lorraine, Daniel, Simone, Joanna and Chris. Our hearts are heavy at your sudden passing. A gentle and Salt of the Earth man whom we will miss dearly.

    You can take the boy from the country, but never the country from the boy.

    Friday, 26 July 2019 Published in The West Australian

  • COLLINS
    (GRAEME)

    My darling brother. It is heartbreaking to lose you so suddenly but I am grateful I was there for your last weeks to nurse you and to talk.

    My heart and head are full of wonderful, funny memories that will remain forever. Your generous assistance when I was on my own with my young daughter and your loving big brother/fatherly influence on Marnie was priceless when we three and the horses lived for 4 1/2 years in Newburn and Kalgoorlie. Plus many more years of fun filled country races and 4WD camping trips down south. Such glorious days! I promise to finish your Art Deco house as you planned, then I'll sit on your verandah with a Gin and Tonic and we'll chat. Farewell Grae, I love you.

    Rosie

    Thursday, 25 July 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • COLLINS GRAEME Happy memories of country trotting days.

    Jenny Phillips

    Monday, 29 July 2019 Published in The West Australian

  • COLLINS
    (GRAEME ASHLEY)

    My beautiful friend, it was so painful to see you fade away but I am grateful I could be with you to the end. The void you have left will never be filled. You are closer than a brother to me and I treasure our time together. You showed me a beautiful side of your country, but there was so much more we had yet to do and see. Thank you for your friendship and it was a privilege to call you my very best mate.

    I love you, Austin.

    Friday, 26 July 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • COLLINS GRAEME Fond memories Graeme of our adventures we shared over the years, from Windy Harbour and up to Broome, it showed that you loved the freedom of the outdoors.

    Your amazing skills as a cabinet maker and working with wood shows in the craftsmanship of the house you have built.

    Your passion in training horses and your beloved pets all showed in your caring nature.

    Coming back to Perth will never be the same without our catch ups, so long buddy

    Rob

    Friday, 26 July 2019 Published in The West Australian

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