Arthur Tarbox & Co Lease Expired Arthur Wakelam Tarbox passed peacefully on Thursday morning. Arthur leaves behind his wife Sjoukje and loving family who express their unreserved appreciation for him as a husband, father and person.
Through his real-estate, sport and community involvement, Arthur was a well-known character and regarded highly as an honest, honourable and socialable man.
Arthur celebrated his 90th Birthday in April before his final settlement, so he passes having lived a good life.
We will be forever thankful to him for the person that he was.
Arthur's Service will be held at the West Chapel, Pinnaroo Valley Memorial Park on Friday (17.5.2019) at 1pm. All welcome.
A home open will be held afterwards.
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Arthur was President of the Rotary Club of Morley in 1970/71.
The President and members of the Club wish to express their deepest sympathies to Arthur's family.
TARBOX ARTHUR A stand-out man of integrity much admired by Chris, Louise, Mag and Blue. Vale Arthur.
Fond memories of a loyal, honourable gentleman with whom we shared many years of friendship. Our thoughts and sympathy to Sjoukje and family. Nick, Steve, Harry Trandos and family.
Deepest sympathy and condolences to Sjoukje and family.
Wonderful memories Sylvia and Murray (dec)
Farewell to a fine friend, one of nature's gentlemen. Rugby and Rotto will never be the same. Commiserations to Sjoukje and family.
Mick and Helen Muir.
My old rugby team mate. Many good games and times together. Sympathies to the Family. Brian Welton
TARBOX ARTHUR A kind and loyal friend for many many years, he will be sadly missed.
The Hessels Family