VAN DIDDEN Gerard
VAN DIDDEN (GERARD)
17.4.1942 - 28.10.2019 Passed away at SJOG Midland aged 77 years. Beloved husband of Maree. Loved father of Craig and Tara, father- in-law of Tracey. Loving G'Dad of Jasmin, Chloe, Damon and Reagan.
You will always be missed.
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VAN DIDDEN (Gerard):
Deepest sympathy to Gerry’s Family on the loss of a very dedicated man my thoughts are with you all at this sad time Max Speer x Calm Comunications
VAN DIDDEN GERARD Son of Henk and Co of Sawyers Valley (both dec). Brother to Bill and John, Uncle to Justin and Gareth
You gave it all you had to the end, now reunited with Mum and Dad.
A life of selflessness and years of service to your community a job well done
Rest in peace brother
VAN DIDDEN GERARD Sawyers Valley Volunteer Bushfire Brigade farewells a valued member, experienced firefighter, and treasured friend. Gerard served his community for many years, and his lifetime of contributions to bushfire fighting in WA are immense.
VAN DIDDEN GERARD Deepest sympathies to Maree, Tara, Craig and families on the loss of Gerard. Thinking of you all with Love Lisa and family.
VANDIDDEN GERARD Fond memories of our Sawyers School days, sympathy to all the family.
Ron and Pete Thomson
VAN DIDDEN GERRY Thanks for being a great friend and mentor. I'll miss our long chats. Sympathy to Maree and family.
VAN DIDDEN (GERARD)
Gerry you leave us with wonderful memories of your visits to us in Darwin and Vasse. You were a great mate of Mike (careful, he is waiting for you by the plane) and you were a very dear friend to me and our daughter. Deepest sympathy and love to Maree, Tara, Craig and families.
Fly high Gerry Leone and Amanda Rowell