DORNAN STEPHEN JOHN Our dearest Stephen passed away peacefully surrounded by the people most special to him. Amazing husband to Kaye, loving Dad to Gemma and Kate, respected father-in-law to Ben and Glyn, and loved Poppy of Beatrice, Harriet, Elinor, Isobel, April, Myles and Juliet.
We will miss you everyday but you will be forever in our hearts. We have such wonderful memories of our life together.
You fought long and hard to stay with us but it is now your time to rest without pain.
We love you
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The tears have slipped away since I saw you all. So sad to hear the news. Deepest sympathy to Kaye, Gemma and Kate and families. He was the most kind and generous man I have ever known.
Lyn Young (Hearn)
DORNAN STEVE Steve you were a remarkable man, fighting for four long years, without protest and never flinching from the battle. You fought a courageous fight right to the end. Deepest sympathy to Kaye and family from Dennis and Pat.
DORNAN STEPHEN Steve, you will be sadly missed, your warmth, generosity and company over 50 years of friendship. We will always remember you and all the good times. Sincere condolences to Kaye, Gemma, Kate and family.
Jackie and Alec Hooper
DORNAN STEVE Our deepest sympathy to Kaye, Kate, Gemma and families on the sad loss of Steve.
Treasured memories working with Steve at Geraldton Senior High School, Central West TAFE and sharing our love of cricket.
A wonderful friend with a great sense of humour, sincerity, compassion and integrity. Steve will be always remembered and greatly missed.
Bruce and Kerry Banyard
DORNAN STEVE Dorno! Such a good friend and fellow cyclist, you left us far too soon but are now resting peacefully. We will always remember the humour and camaraderie we had in the Central West TAFE canteen and the good work you did helping to keep the computer system from misbehaving. Deepest sympathy to Kaye and family. See you further down the track.