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SCOTT PETER 02.10.1934 - 31.10.2021 Loved Husband, Dad, Grandad and Great Grandad.

Funeral Service FRIDAY (26.11.2021), Simplicity Funerals Joondalup, 2pm.

Published 5th Nov, 2021
ID: 4536561 GB: 4536561

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  • SCOTT (Peter):

    Grandad you will be missed

    I was able to talk to him on the phone a few weeks ago and the last thing he told me, that will stay with me forever is, “never to change and always be myself”.

    If I had to describe you grandad in a few words I would say grandad was loving, kind, compassionate, understanding, cheeky and a great man

    I love you grandad, may you rest in peace and live forever in our hearts and memories.

    Peter Guttridge

    Monday, 22 November 2021 Submitted online by Peter Guttridge
  • SCOTT (Peter):

    Rest in peace Grandad Scott -  thank you for all you did for me.

    Jason Guttridge

    Monday, 15 November 2021 Submitted online by Jason Guttridge
  • SCOTT (Peter):

    It is with great sadness we are saying goodbye to Darren's dad Peter Scott who passed away on the 31st of October 2021. He fought long and hard to stay with his family.

    A loving, cheeky, caring gentleman that will be missed by the many people whose lives he touched in his 87 years. Thank you for all you have done for Jason Guttridge, Peter Guttridge and I.

    RIP Peter, You have fought a good fight, now have the rest you deserve.

    Monday, 15 November 2021 Submitted online by Sandra Guttridge
  • SCOTT (Peter):

    Please join us in farewelling our Dad

    Friday 26.11.2021 @ 2pm

    Simplicity Funerals

    210 Winton Rd, Joondalup.

    Parking is Limited

    We ask that there be NO flowers (Dad's Request)

    If you wish, we ask you place a donation in a envelope towards the Wagin St John Ambulance new Ambulance Appeal and place in box provided this will benefit Dad's Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren.

    Thank you


    Sunday, 14 November 2021 Submitted online by Naomi Ward