HURST JAMES 16.4.1937 - 12.6.2020 My darling husband Jim passed away Friday 12th. Father of our four absolutely marvellous daughters that he adored, Allyson, Sharon, Glenis and Debra, along with their husbands Glenn, Brad, Peter and Alastair. He was so proud of all his grandchildren Emily, Caitlin, Dylan, Hannah, Kieran, Lewis, Alex, Nick, Steph, Euan and Freya. Then the added bonus of two great grandchildren, Conor and Evie. Jim, my heart has broken into a thousand pieces. But always remember that I will love you forever. Carol.
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HURST (James): Wonderful memories of my best principal at Kinlock, Kardinya and Canning Vale. So supportive. Sympathy to family. Carole Roberts (music specialist)
Grandad, I miss you so much, thank you for all the advice you have given me, supporting me in anything I did, from coming to my soccer games, to a chat on the phone. I'm going to miss your hugs, your smile, your sense of humor everything. I am still going to write you letters on your birthday, rest in paradise, I love you. I'll look after grandma ❤ xx
HURST JAMES Dad, there are not enough words to say what you mean to us. We love you and we'll miss you like mad. Thank you for everything you've done for our family.
Debra, Alastair, Euan and Freya x
HURST JAMES Much loved father of Glenis. Admired father in law to Peter and adored grandad to Alex, Nick and Steph. Dad, I could not be more proud to call you my father. Your love, support, humour and strength will stay with me forever.
I have so many fabulous memories of you to cherish but will still miss you every single day. Love you. Rest in peace xxxxx
HURST JAMES Dad/Grandad,
You are our everything. We will hold so proudly and dearly a lifetime of treasured memories.
"A teacher affects eternity- he can never tell where his influence stops".
Please rest peacefully dad, we have it covered.
Sharon, Brad, Dylan, Kieran, Ella, Evie, Jo. x
HURST JAMES Much loved and respected brother of Chris, brother-in-law of Mary, and uncle of Jeremy and Paul. We are deeply saddened by your passing but our lives are richer for having shared them with you. You touched so many people in so many ways and are a wonderful example of service to others. Jim, you are the glue that binds our broad family together. Rest in Peace
Last Friday we sadly said farewell to our treasured Uncle Jim, a very much loved brother to Jill (dec) and brother-in-law to Doug, dear uncle to Kim, great uncle and great great uncle to Geoff and to Laurence and Zeke. Jim you were truly a wonderful and respected man, who lived a great life with dedication and passion in everything you did and were and who had a place in your heart for every one of us. A lifetime of memories will keep you in our hearts always. You will always be loved and greatly missed by us all. Our love and deepest sympathy to Carol, Allyson, Sharon, Glenis, Debra and families, and to Chris and family. RIP.
Great family man, teacher and mentor.
Sincere sympathy to Carol, Allyson, Sharon, Glenis, Debra and families on the sad loss of your husband, father and grandfather. Loved and respected brother-in-law and uncle of Kevin and Ronnie, Scott, Jodie and Jamie Whitmore.
HURST JAMES Our deepest sympathy, thoughts and love to Carol, Allyson, Glenis, Sharon, Debra and extended families following the passing of Uncle Jim who was loved and respected by all. Much love from Paul, Jeremy and families
Jim's contribution to the Club was mainly in the Junior area where he was President of the Junior Council, Junior Development Director and Chairman of the South Fremantle Warriors Junior Development Program. His wonderful organisational skills saw us win an award for increased participation as well as being acknowledged as having the best Junior Development Program in the WAFL. The quality of Jim's service was recognised with Life Membership in 2005, and his overall contribution to West Australian football was outstanding. We offer our deepest sympathy to the Hurst family.
From the President, Board and the whole Bulldog family
HURST JAMES The East Fremantle Cricket club would like to pass on our deepest sympathies to the Hurst family on the passing of a Life Member and instrumental figure in the history of our club.
HURST JAMES My deepest sympathy Carol, to you and your family.
Jim's exemplary leadership coupled with his wicked sense of humour, made the years on his team the most memorable of my career.
Thank you, Jim.
HURST JAMES A Principal of principles who earned equal respect from the CVPS (96-2000) staff, children and community. He was always approachable and led by example. Farewell to a fiercely proud family man who loved life. You will be greatly missed. Heartfelt sympathy to Carol and family on the loss of your beloved Jim. CVPS
HURST JAMES A beloved Principal:
It's not what you say or do in this life but how you make people feel and Jim made us feel so very, very special. Remembered always. Tracy Tolcon
Shelley Kissick CVPS