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HEBITON Kingsley

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HEBITON (KINGSLEY BAIN)

Rotary Paul Harris Fellow. Passed away peacefully, at the Jack Bendat Comprehensive Cancer Centre, on Friday 20.09.2019. Beloved husband of Maxine, dearly loved father of Alan, Janine, Geoff and Leanne. Caring father-in-law to Suzanne and Audrey and welcoming friend to Janine's partner, Jon. Loved and very proud Pop of Josef, Celeste, Eloise and Ashleigh, Keely and Meg. You loved and cared for us all. Your generosity and readiness to always help has left us with special memories that we will cherish forever. It is now your time to rest and be at peace.

HEBITON (Kingsley Bain):

My much loved husband. For 57 years we shared the good times and faced the challenges of life together. You were my rock. I hope Heaven is ready for a "Kangaroo Paw and Tree Planting Program".

So dearly loved and so sadly missed. You leave me with a lifetime of wonderful memories.

Now Resting Peacefully. Maxine

HEBITON (Kingsley Bain):

Our dearly loved Dad and Pop, whose passing leaves such a hole in our lives. Full of good humour, pride and love to the very end, we were lucky to have you as our parent, coach, supporter and provider of Pop jokes. Going to the footy just won't be the same without you. Love always Alan, Suzanne, Josef, Celeste and Eloise.

HEBITON (Kingsley Bain):

Dear Dad, thank you for a lifetime of love and support. We will miss your enthusiastic airport welcomes on our visits to Perth, and your unfailing interest in all our endeavours. You died as you lived - with humour, dignity and on your own terms. Love always, Janine and Jon.

HEBITON (Kingsley Bain):

Dear Dad and Pop, thank you for the constant love, guidance, support and devotion you have shown to all our family. The joy you got from giving and sharing with family and friends and your contribution to the community is a constant reminder of the amazing person you were. Rest easy now. Love always Geoff, Audrey, Ashleigh, Keely and Meg.

HEBITON (Kingsley Bain):

I miss you Dad. You used to take me to Gidgegannup to drive my car. You used to pick me up from my house and take me to see my nephew and nieces after we had been to Fremantle for coffee. You used to take me to see the Christmas lights and I stayed overnight with you and Mum. I am sorry you passed away.

Love you very much Dad. Leanne

Published 25th Sep, 2019
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H EBITON:

The Funeral Service for Mr Kingsley Hebiton of Applecross (Formerly of South Perth) will be held in Wesley College Chapel, 40 Coode Street, South Perth commencing at 10:00AM on TUESDAY (1.10.2019). Cremation will take place privately at a later time.

FREMANTLE 312 SOUTH STREET HILTON 9239 7744

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  • HEBITON (Kingsley):

    Deepest sympathy to the Hebiton family on the sad loss of your husband and dad.

    Although I didn’t know you all personally I do know what a devoted father Kingsley was in the days I transported Leanne to school. You where always in my thoughts over the years since.

    Activ Foundation bus driver

    Irene

    Monday, 30 September 2019 Submitted online by Irene Canny
  • HEBITON KINGSLEY BAIN Fond memories of days spent at the farm and bush block. Cheeky sense of humour, a truly selfless warm-hearted community minded gentleman whose network of family and friends spreads near and far.

    Now at peace

    Kim, Sue, Nadene, Michael, Shaun and families.

    Saturday, 28 September 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • HEBITON KINGSLEY We met 57 years ago on our honeymoons at Caves House. Our daughters showed us a new journey with intellectual disability. Thank you for being a wonderful, caring and joyous friend. God Bless you. Love and prayers to Maxine and Family.

    Fay, Tom (dec) and Tranter Family

    Monday, 30 September 2019 Published in The West Australian

  • HEBITON (KINGSLEY)

    Every so often we have the rare opportunity to meet one of life's true examples of a gentleman. "Service above self" was his Rotarian pledge to others. A sadly missed real estate guru with a Morawa heritage and a Gidgegannup work place. His assistance to others will never be forgotten. To Maxine and family, sincere sympathy in your times of reflection.

    John and Pat Garland

    Monday, 30 September 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • HEBITON KINGSLEY Serving the Community for over 35 years through Como Rotary. Sincere condolences to Maxine and Family from your Rotary family. Rest in peace our Dear Friend.

    Monday, 30 September 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • HEBITON KINGSLEY Sincere condolences to the Hebiton family on the death of Kingsley.

    Kingsley was associated with Gidgegannup for many years and did so much for this community

    The Gidgegannup Progress Association Inc.

    Saturday, 28 September 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • HEBITON (KINGSLEY)

    The Activ Council, Board and broader Activ Community send their deepest sympathies to Maxine and family upon the sad loss of Kingsley. Our thoughts are with you all at this time.

    Saturday, 28 September 2019 Published in The West Australian

  • HEBITON (KINGSLEY B)

    Heartfelt sympathy to Maxine, Alan, Janine, Geoff, Leanne and families. Loving memories of a dear friend from Gidgegannup days. Always there for others with a helping hand and a laugh.

    Rest peacefully. Morcombe families.

    Friday, 27 September 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • HEBITON (KINGSLEY)

    Our deepest sympathy to Kingsley's family at this sad time. Kingsley was a gentleman in all senses of the word. A fine friend, a caring neighbour, always ready to help out. We will miss him and he will be in our hearts and minds always. Tony and Silvia.

    Friday, 27 September 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • HEBITON (KINGSLEY)

    Our sincere condolences to Maxine and the extended Hebiton family on the untimely passing of Kingsley. A lifelong, caring friend from school days. We will really miss him. Vicki and Barrie Duball.

    Thursday, 26 September 2019 Published in The West Australian

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