PHILLIP LAWRENCE Of Huntingdale aged 65.
Passed away after a very short illness.
Much loved husband to Susan;
Irreplaceable father to Michael, Erica and Grant;
Father-in-law to Pip and Poppy to Ava and Jake.
We love you Dad
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RIP mate you'll be missed forever.
A true friend and neighbour for over 26 years, Always up for a chat and advice out the front from a guy who's nature was outstanding. Yvonne and Kel will really miss your friendship. We are there for you Sue, Michael, Erica and Grant.
My big brother and only brother, 65 years not nearly enough for your plans with family. The tear ducts on everyone who knew you would have had a good workout. I know mine won't stop. R I P.
23rd June is your day. Love Colin and Jacky, Jardine and Caralin.
PETERSEN PHILLIP A good man, taken far too soon. Heartfelt sympathy to Sue, Michael, Erica, Grant, Pip, Ava and Jake. He had such a nice smile. Barbara, Jeff and family
PETERSEN PHILLIP A good man who lived a good life. A servant to the community who will be missed by all those that had the honour of knowing him. Deepest sympathy to Sue, Michael, Erica, Grant and family... RIP Phil.
Mark, Caroline, Elizabeth and Jack.
We sadly say farewell to a top fella. Heartfelt sympathy to Susie and family. Goodbye Phillip, you will never be forgotten. Remembering happy times. It has been our great pleasure to have known you.
The Daly Family.
Suzie, Michael, Erica, Grant and family, heartfelt sympathy on the passing of Phillip. Our thoughts and love to you all. Les, Rosanne Kerr and family.
PETERSEN PHILLIP A valued life member of Mandurah SES. Sympathy to Susie and family from the volunteers of Mandurah SES
PETERSEN PHILLIP We are shocked and so saddened by the loss of our life-time wonderful friend.
Your taking was too soon and sudden - but your achievements and legacy are more than most could ever attain.
The adventures we shared together over 50 years will forever be cherished.
To Susan, Michael, Erica, Grant, Colin, Jacky and Pip plus the wider family - our deepest sympathies.
Love, Adrian and Tracey Stafford
PETERSEN PHILLIP The President, Executive and Committee members of the SES Volunteers Association Inc., mourn the passing of past President and Life Member, Phillip Petersen ESM.
During Phillip's 37 years as an SES Volunteer, his efforts were felt far and wide.
Phillip was active on many committees and advocated successfully, for the improvement of equipment, facilities and culture for SES Volunteers.
Phillip was held in high regard by his peers.
He was honoured with Life Membership of the Mandurah SES, Life Membership of the SES Volunteers Association and awarded an ESM by the Governor General of Australia.
Phillip's coaching, mentoring, friendly banter and comradeship will be greatly missed.
The SESVA extend our sincere and deepest sympathies to his wife Sue and family.
PETERSEN PHILLIP Dedicated to the well-being of all volunteers, Phil will be deeply missed as an educator, mentor and friend of past and present members of the Gosnells SES. Rest in Peace
PETERSEN PHILLIP The light that warms us will shine a little less without Phil - one of nature's gentlemen and a good friend - will be sorely missed by all. Condolences to Sue and Family from Joe and Family
PETERSEN PHILLIP A true gentleman and mentor to many SES personnel. I remember our time in the Association in the early days. My sincerest condolences to Sue and family. Lyn Bryant
Condolences to the Family on your sad loss. You will be sorely missed by many. Fran and Bill Wiffen
PETERSEN PHILLIP Deepest condolences to Susan and family on the loss of Phil. A well respected and admired member of the Gosnells Mens Shed. Will be sadly missed by all. All members of the Gosnells Mens Shed