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STEWART Alfred

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STEWART

DR. ALFRED NEIL 19.08.1930 - 30.03.2021 Neil passed away peacefully with his soul mate Trin by his side. Beloved father of John, Julie, Tim, Annie, Phil, and their partners. Papa to 15 grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren. You will always be in our hearts and memories. We will miss your wisdom and joy. 40 million bigs. Thank you to all the staff at Aegis for their loving care.

Published 31st Mar to 1st Apr, 2021
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STEWART:

The Funeral Mass for

Dr Alfred (Neil) Stewart

of Halls Head will be celebrated in Our Lady's Assumption Church, 20 Creery Street, Mandurah commencing at 10:00am on WEDNESDAY (7.04.2021). A private Cremation will take place at a later time.

460 PINJARRA RD GREENFIELDS MANDURAH 9535 4261

WA Family Owned

www.bowraodea.com.au

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  • STEWART (Alfred):

    We are deeply sorry to lose Neil, a wonderful friend and companion during the thirty years we have counted him and Trin as some of our best friends. We have shared many significant times with them and shall miss him greatly. We thank God for his life and for the blessing Trin and he have been to us

    Wednesday, 7 April 2021 Submitted online by Rob And Pat Turner
  • STEWART (Alfred):

    To Trin and Family, our heartfelt sympathy and kind wishes are extended in your loss of “Neil” The earth has now diminished somewhat less. Neil was a great raconteur who was always engaging and entertaining. It would be very hard to find a more affable, considerate man than Neil. 

    Much love from Chris, Ann and Antoinette

    Wednesday, 7 April 2021 Submitted online by Chris Daley
  • STEWART (Alfred):

    Sincere condolences to Trin, my esteemed colleague at Graylands Teachers College, on the passing of Neil, who will be remembered for his great contribution to education in Western Australia and, on a personal level, for his ability to relate with kindness, wit, good humour and widsom to all those with whom he came in contact. Campbell Rielly

    Sunday, 4 April 2021 Submitted online by Campbell Rielly
  • STEWART DR ALFRED NEIL With great sadness we say goodbye to our darling dad and pappa. A kind, caring and loving father. You have given us so many wonderful and treasured memories - from the special times in Canada to the joyous family trips to Lancelin with nanna and granddad. You will forever be in our hearts. Love Julianne (Midge), Steven, Lauren, Brittany and James.

    Saturday, 3 April 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • STEWART (NEIL)

    Deepest sympathy to Trim and families on the loss of Neil. He certainly was a gentleman, scholar and musician. He gave us an opportunity that changed our lives forever.

    Mal and Faye McGowan and family.

    Wednesday, 7 April 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • STEWART (DR ALFRED NEIL) Passed away peacefully on the 30.03.2021. He was a popular and long time member of the City of Mandurah Catenian Association. He was a classic example of the term gentleman and a scholar and he will be missed by his family and many friends. Regards to his wife Trin and family. Geoff and Deanna.

    Wednesday, 7 April 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • STEWART (NEIL)

    RIP beloved friend. Our special times shared always in our hearts. 40 million bigs. Deepest sympathy to Trin and all the wonderful family.

    Love Rob and Dee.

    Monday, 5 April 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • STEWART DR. NEIL Treasured memories of our dear Neil. Loving condolences to Trin and the family. Don and Margie

    Saturday, 3 April 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • STEWART NEIL Members of the Falcon Community Menshed send sincere sympathy to Trin and family. Neil will be sadly missed at the Shed.

    Saturday, 3 April 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • STEWART (NEIL)

    Loving memories of a wonderful man of intellect, generosity and love. Deepest sympathy to dear Trin and family. Pat Gaines

    Saturday, 3 April 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • STEWART (DR NEIL)

    A tribute to Neil who was given the responsibility of establishing a programme in the performing arts at Mt Lawley College of Advanced Education in 1980. Soon it became known as the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). It is a wonderful institution that contributes so much to the world of the arts. My love to Trin.

    Jean Harvey (Farrant)

    Thursday, 1 April 2021 Published in The West Australian

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