CRIDDLE ROY ALLEN In loving memory of Roy Allen Criddle who peacefully passed away on Friday 8th of January aged 80. Father to Sean, Grandfather to Emily, Monique, and Aaron. Awesome Dad, generous Grandfather, teacher, author, sportsman; 'The Lucky Kid'. He will be dearly missed by all. Celebration of life memorial at 12.30pm, 19th of January 2021 at the Swan Yacht Club, East Fremantle.
23.02.1940 - 08.01.2021
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Saddened to hear of Roy's passing.
'Roy the Boy' had an exceptional influence as a teacher, mentor and friend between 1966 and 1968, during my secondary school years at John Forrest Senior High School. Much later we renewed acquaintances as opposing hockey coaches/referees at Guildford Grammar School versus Wesley College inter school fixtures.
Roy set a fine example for his students and was instrumental in my decision to become a school teacher.
Condolences to his family.
CRIDDLE ROY 23.2.60 to 8.1.21 Son of the late Dora and Harold of Narrogin. Brother to Mary, Gordon, Dorothy, Edgar (all dec), Phyllis and Eric. Brother-in-law to Helen, uncle to Andrew, Elizabeth, Stephen and Christopher.
Our family historian
now resting at peace.
CRIDDLE ROY We are sad to hear the passing of Roy our sincere condolences to Sean and all Roy's family.
Thankyou Roy for all you did for us.
Brian, Ron and Deb
CRIDDLE ROY Younger brother of Dorothy, brother-in-law of Henry. Happy memories of the "good old days". Roy's help over the years is appreciated.
Dorothy (dec) and Henry Higgins
No more long phone calls over a drink (or two) solving the problems of the world! Off onto the sunset. Cheers Uncle Roy.
Chrissy, Darren, Hannah and Sharni Miller.
As a young migrant to Narrogin I was fortunate in being welcomed by Roy and his family.
Roy's longstanding friendship contributed to my academic and sporting journey and more recently in Roy sharing his skills as an author.
Our morning chats over coffee and a snack will be sadly missed. Heartfelt sympathy to Sean and family. Michael Detiuk.
"The Lucky Kid" lived 80 years. Roy's casual attitude masked a deep understanding and compassion. The lucky ones were the numerous students he educated, and his many old friends including Noel and Frances Hunt.
CRIDDLE ROY So sad to read of Roy's passing. He was a big part of our happy years in Perth.
Gary (dec) and Jenny Wright and family.
CRIDDLE ROY We note the passing of our long time teammate, Roy.
He was a fine bowler and very useful batsman, who seemed to get better with age.
We remember the great times together, both here and on overseas trips and his wise counsel.
Condolences to his family and many friends.
Teachers/Shenton Park Cricket Club
CRIDDLE (ROY ALLEN)
Farewell to an old friend and cricketing mate. I always enjoyed your company at the WACA.
Sadly missed by Frank and Christine Atkinson
So many great memories. Es
A glass of red at the beach at sundown. Grandad's cubby house is quiet now. Remembered by Eddie (dec) and Ailsa Nelson.