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LOVELLE BRETT EDWIN 26.10.1963 - 4.02.2021 Born Bunbury WA, Passed away Perth, WA

Loved Husband of Nadia for 35 years

Devoted father of David, Anton and Annalise

Beloved Son of Ted and Maureen

Brother to Belinda

Loved Brother in-Law and Uncle

In our hearts forever R.I.P.

Published 6th Feb, 2021
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The Funeral Mass for Mr Brett Edwin Lovelle of Salter Point will be celebrated in Sts John and Paul Catholic Church, Cnr Pinetree Gully Road and Wainwright Close, Willetton commencing at 10:30am on FRIDAY (12.02.2021). The Cortege will leave the Church at the conclusion of Mass and arrive at FREMANTLE Cemetery, Carrington St, Palmyra at 12.00pm for a Cremation Service in the West Chapel.

Please assemble at the Carrington Pavilion at 11.50am. Please note wearing of face masks is required.


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  • LOVELLE (Brett):

    What a rip off to have such a stand up and stand out person taken so young. As a colleague and leader he was firm but fair, serious about work but managed it with a sense of humour that always shone through. My heartfelt sorrow to his family and close circle. I feel sad that he is gone, but so glad I knew him.

    Friday, 12 February 2021 Submitted online by Karen Tappin
  • LOVELLE (Brett):

    My heartfelt sympathy to Nadia and family on the loss of Brett. I will always remember Brett with fondness and gratitude for the help and guidance he gave me when newly arrived in Australia and working for a new company. He had a big heart and fabulous laugh and sense of fun to match.

    Thursday, 11 February 2021 Submitted online by Nicola Green
  • LOVELLE (Brett):

    Our deepest sympathy to Nadia, David, Anton, Annalise, Ted, Maureen, Belinda and all the family. Our hearts break for you all and it’s so hard to comprehend he’s no longer here. Memories of shared family times will be with us always, love and hugs, Kieran, Nettie, Court, Madi and Fraz xxxx

    Wednesday, 10 February 2021 Submitted online by Annette & Kieran Doyle
  • LOVELLE (Brett):

    Devastated on this tragedy.

    This leaves a heartache no one can heal,

    But beautiful memories no one can steal

    Heartfelt sympathy to ALL the families.

    Aunty Max and Ken.

    Wednesday, 10 February 2021 Submitted online by Msxine Lovelle
  • LOVELLE (Brett):

    So shocked and saddened to hear of Brett's passing. My deepest sympathy to his family, Ted, Maureen, Belinda and family. RIP mate. Malcolm

    Wednesday, 10 February 2021 Submitted online by Malcolm (chick) Elson
  • LOVELLE BRETT EDWIN You left me so early, you weren't ready to go. Our love will continue in my heart. Each day a page in my heart will turn with a special memory of you.

    We grew together for 35 years, we never let go.

    A special part of our family, you were loved by all.

    Mum and Dad will welcome you with open arms now and hold you dear.

    You were my rock, always there when I needed you most. Now I had to be yours.

    I loved your eyes the moment we met, we were so young yet I knew you were my soulmate forever.

    I will always hold dear the night I last looked into those eyes and into your soul and the love that I felt.

    I am so grateful for the last four weeks we were given together - to talk, laugh, cry, hug, kiss and caress, our wishes and dreams we shared, we felt closer than ever.

    Thank-you for three beautiful children, who gave you such joy and pride. You loved them so much. You worked so hard for your family, I'm glad I was there to support you as you achieved great success in your work and respect from all.

    I'm proud I was your wife and friend, and I'll walk on knowing you are with me.

    You were loud strong and kind, but I loved the gentleness you held in your heart for the ones you loved most.

    Our last words to each other "I Love You", I'll always hold dear.

    Your hand in mine until your last breath,

    Goodbye My Love, you'll always be near and I'll always remember...

    "Life is a Beach, be there for the Sunsets"

    R.I.P. Your loving wife Nadia

    Saturday, 6 February 2021 Published in The West Australian

    You held our hands when we were small

    You caught us when we fell

    The hero of our childhood

    And of latter years as well

    Every time we think of you,

    Our hearts will fill with pride. And though we'll always miss you Dad. We know you're by our side.

    In laughter and in sorrow

    In sunshine and in rain

    We know you're watching over us

    Until we meet again

    Dad, you lived a life full of adventure and positivity and you saw each day as another opportunity to share your wisdom, love and laughter to guide us on our journey.

    Your life lessons and the love you gave us will always live on through our own lives.

    You will be remembered in our hearts every day and your humour and memory will be passed down for generations.

    We look forward to sharing our life with you as we go along our journey.

    Even though our Dad's no longer physically here, his spirit is still alive. We can still talk to him, do our best to live by what he taught us and keep him alive forever.

    We love you and will forever hold you close.

    R.I.P Dad, l ove always

    David, Anton and Annalise

    Saturday, 6 February 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • LOVELLE BRETT Fond memories of our beautiful, wonderful, strong son.

    Taken from us far too soon, but the good times we had together will never be forgotten.

    Always in our hearts and thoughts.

    Love you Brett Mum and Dad

    Saturday, 6 February 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • LOVELLE BRETT Much loved big Brother and Brother-in-law to Belinda and Kevin. Loving Uncle to Jayden, Harley and Allannah, Shanae and Ethan.

    Taken suddenly and much too soon. Treasured memories of good times shared. You will live on in our hearts and minds. Sleep in peace Brother.

    Saturday, 6 February 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • LOVELLE BRETT Condolences Nadia, David, Anton, Annalise and all respective families. A true gentleman. May he rest in peace.

    Maria Morabito and Nancy

    Friday, 12 February 2021 Published in The West Australian

    Our deepest sympathy to his loving wife Nadia, parents Ted and Maureen and families, on their sad loss. Nephew and cousin to Oliver Lovelle and sons Peter, Trevor, Alan and families.

    Wednesday, 10 February 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • LOVELLE BRETT In memory of our beloved brother-in-law and uncle. ‘When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure'. You'll be a treasure in our hearts forever. Love Nilla, Wayne, Stephanie, Rochelle, Matt, Lauren, Scott and families.

    Monday, 8 February 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • LOVELLE BRETT You may have been my Brother-in-Law by name but you were more than that, you were a big brother to me in so many ways.

    From the moment you entered our family as a scrawny 17 year old kid, you took me under your wing like big brothers do and guided me, protected me, helped me and advised me, to allow me to become the person I am today.

    I will always cherish the many good times together at family dinners, fishing and boating, cheering on our beloved Eagles and best of all, the many fine reds we shared. I will continue to raise a glass of red (or two) with a nod to you mate when I do.

    You will be sadly missed but always remembered and in our hearts forever.


    Love Laurie Spagnolo and Nadia Mittica xxoo

    Saturday, 6 February 2021 Published in The West Australian

    Deepest sympathy to Nadia and family.

    A genuine, caring man, very much respected as a colleague and friend, and a pleasure to have known and worked with.

    Clare and Phil Ariti

    Friday, 12 February 2021 Published in The West Australian

    Our deepest sympathy to Nadia and family. Fond memories of a beautiful person and the good times we shared together.

    John, Lynette, Aleisha and Rachel Cajaglis.

    Tuesday, 9 February 2021 Published in The West Australian


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