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RAYNER Winton

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RAYNER Clifford Winton

(Wint):

Passed away peacefully 16.03.20, 97 years.

Dearly loved husband of Peg (dec). Adored Dad of Barry (dec), Eileen and Peter. Grandpa and Pa to Chris, Cheryl, Ben, Kerrie, Tameeka and Luke. Great Grandpa and Pa to Trent, Cameron, Kaylin, Chloe and Reed.

To the world you were but one, but to us you were our world. Rest peacefully.

RAYNER Clifford Winton

(Wint):

A wonderful Dad gone to rest, For all of us you did your best, Your love was great, Your heart was kind, A better Dad no one could find. Forever in our hearts. Thank you for being such an amazing Dad. Eileen (your Tup) and Peter

Published 18th Mar, 2020
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RAYNER:

The Funeral Cortege for the late Wint Rayner of Success and formerly of Dalwallinu will arrive at FREMANTLE Cemetery on MONDAY (23.3.2020) for a Cremation Service commencing at 12.30pm.

Simple Price-Wise Cremations WA OWNED 9381 7022

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  • RAYNER (Winton):

    Sympathy to Eileen and all of Winton's family. He had a long life and a good life.

    Cousin to my father Milton (dec).

    Fond memories of Winton travelling up from Perth to help on the farm at North Dalwallinu, particularly in the shearing shed. Winton was the best fleece thrower!

    Rest in peace Winton.

    Gordon, Glenda and Marj McNeill

    Tuesday, 24 March 2020 Submitted online by Gordon Mcneill
  • RAYNER (CLIFFORD WINTON)

    Grandpa,

    cherished memories of time spent with you picking passionfruit, cricket in the backyard and talking farming. We'll miss the sparkle in your eyes and your cheeky humour. A life well lived. Now resting peacefully with Grandma and Dad. Love from Chris, Cheryl, Trent and Cam.

    Thursday, 19 March 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • RAYNER Clifford Winton

    WINT Our Pa, our hero.

    People always think saying goodbye is the hardest thing to do, but it's not. It's learning how to move forward without the massive hugs when we walk into the room, the stories you tell, the laughter, the mischief and the fire in your belly. Learning how to keep going without a regular dose of the man we adore and admire, that's the hardest thing to do.

    Hand in hand with Nan again, rest easy Pa.

    You'll be in our hearts always. Love Ben, Kerrie, Kaylin and Chloe xoxo

    Wednesday, 18 March 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • RAYNER Clifford Winton

    WINT Pa, As a little girl seeing the world from your shoulders and sitting on your lap sipping spilt tea from your "wobbles" out of your saucer was my favourite place to be. Cherished memories of playing cards with Nan whilst you dozed off in your chair. Your cheeky humour, your sweet tooth and those rosy "metho" cheeks. Our time together was nothing but pure love and I don't know how to look at my life without seeing an inescapable absence of you. My heart is forever broken but thank you for everything you left behind, in my home, in my head and in my heart.

    Reed will miss your giant cuddles. Nan's ready for you back now Pa and in my dreams, I will always find my way back to you both. We love you. Your Meek, Luke and Reed xo

    Wednesday, 18 March 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • RAYNER

    ( Clifford Winton):

    Heartfelt sympathy to Eileen, Peter and family.

    Very fond memories and forever in our hearts.

    Cousin, Comrade and Best Friend to Doug (dec). Special Family to Greg and Karen, Leticia, Dustin and Tyson.

    Saturday, 21 March 2020 Published in The West Australian

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