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METTAM Bradley

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METTAM BRADLEY Bradley Charles Mettam passed peacefully surrounded by loved ones on 31 October 2021.

Brad lives on through his loving wife Lynne, son Benjamin and two brothers; Todd and Kim Mettam and their families. Brad contributed greatly to this world with his brilliant mind and significant dedication to environmental science and educating others about the natural world and all its beauty.

Brad's funeral will be a small private event with only family and closest friends present.

In Brad's memory and in celebration of his great life, please remember to care for each other and the world that sustains us everyday.

Published 4th Nov, 2021
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  • METTAM (Bradley):

    So sorry for your loss Lynne and family. It was always a pleasure seeing Brad for his dental cleans and listening to his many interesting stories. My thoughts are with you.

    Wednesday, 17 November 2021 Submitted online by Yvette Di Tella
  • METTAM (Bradley):

    Rest in peace Bradley. Memories always of our childhood days. Deepest sympathy to all the family. Your cousin Debra and Andrew

    Monday, 8 November 2021 Submitted online by Debra Mccann
  • METTAM BRAD Much loved son of Ron and Val (both deceased). Treasured memories of our brave and beautiful Brad who had an exceptional mind and talent. As a marine scientist and early environmentalist he wrote the seminal conservation plan for turtles and dugongs along the WA coast. Only one of many achievements in his varied career, which centred on sharing his knowledge of the natural world. He truly deserved more time.

    Much loved by Kim, Yvonne, Drew, Amber, Aden and Elke.

    Saturday, 6 November 2021 Published in The West Australian
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    BRADLEY CHARLES Heartfelt condolences and sympathies to Lynne, Ben, Kim, Todd and families on the untimely loss of a precious husband, father, brother and uncle.

    Thank you Brad for the shared love, adventures and memories and for Ben. Forever in our hearts. Rest in Peace. Love you. Anne, Bett (Gran) and Paul

    Saturday, 6 November 2021 Published in The West Australian

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