John, you were the love of my life always. Thanks for everything. Donna
A Private Burial will take place.
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HITHERSAY JOHN Dad, Poppa John.
Loved father, father-in-law and grandfather. We will miss you.
Rodger, Richard, Katrina, Sarah, Meg and Jack.
(JOHN DALY PATRICK)
In loving memory of our dearest Father and Poppa. Chris and Greg (dec) Beales. Poppa of Terri and Aaron, and Clair (dec). Poppa John of Mischa and Chloe.
So many wonderful memories, thank you for a wonderful life.
As the funeral is family only, we (the kids) would love you to join us at the Claremont Football Club on Thursday 19.11.20 from 4:30pm onwards for drinks and nibbles to celebrate Dad's life.
See Ya Comrade
HITHERSAY (JOHN LESLIE)
Happy memories of a man loved by all. To his loved ones, know he is being greeted by his parents Connie and Jack and sisters Peggy, Betty and Penny. Farewell dear brother John.
Pat and John Dingle, uncle to Caroline, Halleen and John Leslie.
HITHERSAY JOHN Dearest Uncle John what lovely memories you leave behind. Camping holidays at Lancelin, prawning nights, card and canasta games, picnics by the Swan River and the many wonderful parties at Pangbourne St Wembley. We will all treasure these beautiful memories and feel so lucky to have had this kind and generous man in our lives.
Forever loved by Lance (dec) and Marjorie (dec), Peta and John, Jo and Trevor, Thea and David, Vicki and Adam and their families.
Sleep peacefully Uncle John
HITHERSAY JOHN Fond memories of Uncle John. A lovely man to know, and great stalwart of the Hithersay, Dingle, Smith and Starr families. We will miss him.
Kenneth, Jayne, Nanette, Matthew and Davina Starr
Deepest sympathy to Donna, Christine, Richard, Roger and Kate on the sad passing of John. Great mate of Barry and David, Godfather of Nathan and Jarrod. First met in 1950, he was a big brother to me with his unique sense of humour and an abundance of bonhomie. He was always second to none in the people stakes. I wonder, John, if the olive tree shading the old fridge at 64 still stands - great memories. So long John. Barry
Our deepest sympathy to Donna, Chris, Kate, Rodger, Richard and families on the passing of dear John.
Love Caron and Brian.
The world has lost one of its great characters and we have lost a true friend with the passing of John, a man with a wonderful sense of humour and an uncanny talent for unpredictability. John had a youthful zest for life and we were fortunate to spend a lot of that life with him. Much loved by Ron (dec), Gwen (dec), Steven and Rhonda, Wayne and Robyn, Jillian and Wayne and their families.