KNOX (KIM RUSSELL)
Peacefully rested on the 28th December 2020 with his loved ones by his side.
We will miss your charm and determination but most of all your obsession about catching Crays.
May you rest well and enjoy your new journey amongst others we love. We know you will be watching over us forever and please do.
We gather at the KARRAKATTA Cemetery at 2.30pm on WEDNESDAY (13.01.2021) and we welcome all.
Chi-chi, Amanda, Boofy
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Dearest Grandma Thelma, Kak Chi Chi, Aunty Allison and siblings and to the entire family. May our Lord bless and comfort you and your family during this time of grief. May your heart and soul find peace and comfort. Please accept our sincere condolences. RIP uncle...
Love always from Muller, Eloise, Carol, Abbegayle and Layveylia
Dear Dad, I hope you find a place with plenty of crays or crabs. May your pots be lightweight but full and your crab nets untangled.
Sympathy to Chi Chi and Amanda, Colin, Nanna, Alison, Steven and Sandra. Goodbye Dad / Grandad. Love Darren, Karen, Patrick and Riley.
Memories of you will always be with us. After a long illness you are now at peace. Forever loved,
Mum, Allison, Brian, Elliott, Abby and Tom.
Our love and thoughts to Chi Chi, Mrs Knox and family on the sad loss of a great friend and workmate Kim. He will be missed by everyone.
Joan, Jim (dec), Warwick, Chelsea and the team at Midway Marine.
Sadly missed but a great friend for forty years with many happy memories of days with Dianne and friends at Falcon. Deepest sympathy to Kim's family. Bob and Chris Menhennett