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ROMEO (ORLANDO)

A true gentleman Orlando Romeo died peacefully on 26th June 2019. He is deeply loved and will be forever missed by his children Monica, Leonie, Luke and Marisa; adored grandchildren Ella and Maia; all extended family including John, Elena and Glen; his friends and newer "family" at St. Michael's, both staff and other residents who have expressed deep appreciation for all of his unique qualities.

It is impossible to sum up all of who he was in a few short words but some that have been mentioned most often are: generous, loving, wise, kind, curious, creative and energetic. He wanted everyone he met to be "healthy and happy". Rest in Peace Papá and give Mum, Paul and Cissy our love.

A private family funeral will be held. A celebration of his life open to all who love and want to pay their last respects, will be held at St Michael's Aged Care in North Perth at a date to be advised.

Published 28th Jun, 2019
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  • ROMEO ORLANDO Dearly beloved brother of Guglielmo, brother-in-law of Marinette. With tears we've seen him fight but watched him fade away. The dimming of the lights we wanted him to stay but then your maker called. You didn't have a choice and you took our blessing with you. With God you can rejoice.

    Happy Memories of our beloved Uncle Susanna, Gary, Carlo, Mishele, Mark, Nadine and families.

    Wednesday, 3 July 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • ROMEO (ORLANDO)

    In memory of my dear friend Orlando. We have lived next door to each other at St Michael's for 3 years. We were there for each other every day. Deepest condolences to his family, especially his children who were at his bedside till the end - you have been a tower of help for him and given him all your love. May you all one day receive the same love and help. May he rest in peace. Ted Grassi.

    Monday, 1 July 2019 Published in The West Australian

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