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28th December 2020 Treasured memories of our special brother, brother-in- law, uncle and great uncle. We will never forget you. Maureen, Duncan, Peter, Matthew and Sara and their respective families. Memories locked safe within our hearts.

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  • THOMAS (Allan):

    Our heartfelt condolences to Allan’s Family. Our dear friend and neighbour from Queens Park. We live in the same street and are heartbroken and miss our friend dearly, I’ve been trying to get details of the funeral service just to pay our respect to this beautiful soul. Understandably if it’s a private funeral we respect that. If not please let us know funeral details.

    Bo and Theresa Da Costa

    Saturday, 9 January 2021 Submitted online by Theresa Da Costa
  • THOMAS (Allan):

    Very sad to hear about Allan. Thinking of you Maureen and family. Rest in peace Allan x. 

    Kerry Fomiatti

    Wednesday, 6 January 2021 Submitted online by Kerry Fomiatti
  • THOMAS (Allan):

    Very sad to hear the news about Allan. A compassionate man, hard worker, true gentleman. RIP. Deepest sympathy to Allan's Family.


    Marilyn Barker

    Former City of Canning Staff

    Tuesday, 5 January 2021 Submitted online by Marilyn Barker
  • THOMAS (Allan):

    Allan lived on our street. He waved to everyone who drove past and helped out where he could with mowing peoples lawns or keeping the street clean. He brought happiness to anyone he encountered. RIP Allan, you are very missed by many x

    Tuesday, 5 January 2021 Submitted online by Coreen Adam


    Vale Allan Thomas

    On behalf of the Board and the entire team at Good Sammy and the Uniting Church in WA, it is with a heavy heart that we farewell a true gentleman, a wonderful friend and a dedicated team member. Gone before his time, we know Allan will be deeply missed by all who knew him at Good Sammy and in his community.

    We celebrate your life and achievements Allan, you have braved adversity to live a happy, inspiring and independent life and have brought much happiness to others with your smile and good humour. The 50 years you have spent at Good Sammy have made a genuine contribution to the community in WA and the lives of your colleagues and friends.

    Our deepest sympathy go to Allan's family. You are also in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.

    Rest in peace Allan.

    Friday, 1 January 2021 Published in The West Australian