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LEWIS Irwin

Obituary Guest Book 11 Messages

LEWIS IRWIN Beloved father of Clayton, Cameron, Carolyn and Christopher. Grandfather and Uncle to many.

You left us many memories and you passed away peacefully surrounded by family in Morawa.

Rest easy now with the old people.

Published 30th Jan to 3rd Feb, 2020
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LEWIS:

The Funeral Service to Celebrate the life of Mr Irwin Tasman Lewis of Morawa will be conducted in the Morawa Town Hall, (Cnr of Prater and Gill Street, Morawa) on SATURDAY (08.02.20), commencing at 10:30am. At the conclusion of the Service, the cortege will proceed to the MORAWA Cemetery for interment.

In The Care Of GIUDICE & BARNDON FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND MONUMENTAL MASONS GERALDTON 9921 5788

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  • LEWIS (Irwin):

    Farewell to Irwin, a talented footballer and highly respected team mate and friend at the Claremont Football club.

    My deepest sympathy to the Lewis family for their sad loss.

    Brian Fairclough

    Monday, 3 February 2020 Submitted online by Brian Fairclough

  • LEWIS
    (IRWIN)

    Our deepest condolences are with the Lewis family on your sad loss.

    A wonderful man who was greatly admired and respected by so many. May he rest in peace. From the Aboriginal Legal Service of WA Limited Executive Board, Management and staff.

    Friday, 7 February 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • LEWIS (IRWIN)

    I first met Irwin when he played for Christ Church u13's football team against CBC Perth. He beat the centre, the wings, the half forward line, the full forward line, the half back line, the full back line and the ruck and rovers, single handed. He was class. I got to know Irwin quite well, more particularly in recent times he gave me permission as a honkey Wadjella to call him, with respect and consideration, a Yamtji black fella and he would not tolerate that from anyone else.

    Paul Regan

    Wednesday, 5 February 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • LEWIS IRWIN Our thoughts are with Carolyn and family on the sad passing of your Dad. Mr Lewis' work with City of Stirling Reconciliation Action Plan is acknowledged by us in forging future opportunities for our community. Wadjak Northside Aboriginal Community Corporation.

    Wednesday, 5 February 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • LEWIS (IRWIN)

    Fond memories of a good mate from teenage years... brilliant footballer, achieving public servant and very talented artist. Vale Lew! Diana Warnock

    Tuesday, 4 February 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • LEWIS IRWIN Farewell to a talented trail blazer. Heartfelt condolences to the Lewis family. Sadly missed. Les, Thea, Glen, Trevor, Brad Mumme and families.

    Monday, 3 February 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • LEWIS (IRWIN)

    Deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Irwin Lewis. Irwin was a much loved "Legend" of the Christ Church Grammar School community (class of 1956) and his legacy will be honoured.

    Deus Dux Doctrina Lux.

    Saturday, 1 February 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • LEWIS (IRWIN)

    In memory of Irwin Lewis whom I knew as a fellow boarder at CCGS in the 1950s.

    Irwin's life history both as a footballer and otherwise is inspirational in setting an example for young indigenous people.

    May he Rest in Peace Alan Eggleston

    Saturday, 1 February 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • LEWIS IRWIN Thanks Lew for your friendship over many years at school, at St George's College, in the billiard halls of Perth, your wedding to Lorna, and ever since. Thanks for your art and your children. Colleen, Peter, Jane, Robert and Michael Wann.

    Friday, 31 January 2020 Published in The West Australian

  • LEWIS (IRWIN)

    The President, Board of Management, Players past and present, Members and Supporters of the Claremont Football Club extend deepest sympathy to the Lewis family on the loss of Irwin. Irwin was a former player 1958-1965, including a Premiership in 1964, and Father of Clayton, Cam and Chris, also proud Claremont 7 x State and 3 x Premiership players. Irwin was a physically robust and skilful player and a true trailblazer and ambassador for Indigenous football in WA and an inspiration to the many Claremont Indigenous players who have succeeded at local, State and AFL level.

    RIP LuLu

    Friday, 31 January 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • LEWIS (IRWIN)

    Deepest sympathy to the Lewis family.

    Lulu was a great mate and support during our time with the Tigers in the 60's. You will be missed and not forgotten.

    Lorne Cook

    Friday, 31 January 2020 Published in The West Australian

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