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GEORGE CLARK 21.01.1942 - 26.05.2022 Passed away peacefully.

Published 28th May, 2022
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The Funeral Service for the late Mr George Clark Denholm of South Perth, will be held in the Crematorium Chapel, Belcher Street, Bunbury commencing at 1.00pm Next THURSDAY (9.06.22).

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    21.1.1942 - 26.5.2022 Loving Husband to Nola. Dad to Dave, Deb and Clint. Father-in-law to Kate, Steve and Brenna. Pop to Jason, Josh, Cody, Sharna, Cale, Brady, Charlotte and Lillie.

    George passed away peacefully at Bethanie Fields Eaton.

    The family would like to thank the staff at Bethanie, SJOG and Dr Travers for their care of Dad and Pop.

    DENHOLM (George Clark):

    My beautiful Husband Georgie, our wonderful Dad and loving Pop, we will love you forever. My beautiful Husband Georgie has gone from our lives, but not from our hearts. Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear. Sleep easy my darling until we come together again. Time for you to enjoy a well earned rest.

    Your ever loving Wife Nola.

    DENHOLM (George Clark):

    Beloved Dad and Pop of Dave, Kate, Jason, Josh, Cody and Sharna. Dad, we thank you for all the years of hard work to provide and care for your family and for the knowledge and skills you have passed on to us. Thank you for all the fun over the years and for all the bad habits your Grandchildren have inherited from you. Most of all for the unconditional love you have given us all. Love Always Dave, Kate, Jason, Josh, Cody and Sharna A man who could build anything

    DENHOLM (George Clark):

    Passed away peacefully 26th May 2022. Treasured Dad and Poppy of Deb, Cale and Brady. No bridge will be crossed, and no highway travelled, without us thinking of you.

    Love you Dad and Pop

    DENHOLM (George Clark):

    Dad (Poppy George), thank you for being you. You had a gift for making people laugh with your silly ways. You showed me what it was to be a good man and father and for that I am forever grateful. Here you have two little granddaughters, a son and a daughter-in-law who will miss you every much. We will love and remember you always.

    Clint, Brenna, Charlotte and Lillie

    DENHOLM (George Clark):

    Pop, well what can I say mate... I am going to miss you. As much as you have gone you have left me with a lot of good memories including icecreams and cans of Coke down by the river while we were feeding your birds and solving the world's problems. You will be forever in my heart.

    Love Jason

    DENHOLM (George Clark):

    Dear Pop, sadly you have left the world but memories of you will be held close to our hearts. Thank you for the laughs, stories, advice and icecreams we have shared over the years. You will be missed by many including all the birds in South Perth. Love Always Cody and Taylor

    DENHOLM (George Clark):

    Pop, gone but never forgotten. You have left me with so many great memories to cherish forever. From feeding your birds at the foreshore with a block of cheese and mince balls to drives through Northbridge tunnel talking about all things life. Thank you for all the great life advice, tears of laughter and brilliant stories that can be passed on to future generations.

    Love Forever and Always Sharna

    Monday, 30 May 2022 Published in The West Australian

    My deepest sympathy to Nola, David, Debbie, Clint and family at this sad time. Dear brother-in-law of Shirley, fond uncle of Roslyn and Colin, Beverley, Janet and Gil.

    Rest in Peace George

    Thursday, 9 June 2022 Published in The West Australian

    Deepest sympathy to Nola, Debbie, Dave, Clint and all the Denholm family. George, my old mate, that's an argument you finally won.

    Your good mates, Wobbs and Bob.

    Thursday, 2 June 2022 Published in The West Australian

    The news of your passing has brought heartbreak to the birds of the Swan River. We will miss seeing your familiar white car slowly roll through the carpark as you left a trail of birdseed and half a block of cheese. We hope someone who loved us as much as you carries on the feeding tradition. We will miss you.

    The hungry birds of Swan River

    Monday, 30 May 2022 Published in The West Australian


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