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WARNER (WAYNE DAVID)

The Family of Wayne David Warner 18.04.1956, sadly wish to inform the community of his passing on 17 November 2019. Wayne is a well respected Elder who helped shape the greater area of the Midwest for all members of the Gascoyne region. He is survived by his Brothers, Sister, Children, Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren. Loved by many, forever in our hearts xx Rest In Peace. The Family ask that any tributes, photos or videos to honour Wayne be sent to

[email protected] to be included in his Service. His Funeral will be held in Geraldton on the 6th December 2019, further details to follow.

Published 27th Nov, 2019
ID: 4168712 GB: 4168712

WARNER:

His Family respectfully advise Relatives and Friends that the Funeral Service lovingly celebrating the life of Mr Wayne David Warner, late of Geraldton, will be held at St Francis Xavier Cathedral on FRIDAY (06.12.2019), beginning at 1.00 o'clock. Interment at the GERALDTON Cemetery will follow.

GERALDTON 9964 3767

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  • WARNER (Wayne):

    Deepest sympathies to all the family.

    Remembering the good old Karratha days at the CES and Aec (atsieis). Rest peacefully my dear friend.

    The world has lost a truly wonderful man.

    Thursday, 5 December 2019 Submitted online by Leanne Bryson
  • WARNER (Wayne):

    My condolences to all the family and the community on the loss of a loved family member and elder.

    Sleep peacefully with the ancestors. Many stories will be told about your life and you will be remembered into the future.

    Wednesday, 4 December 2019 Submitted online by Janine Gerard
  • WARNER (Wayne):

    I was so shocked and saddened by Wayne’s death because I was only speaking to him a few days earlier. His academic achievements is to be admired; he was a good friend, ‘my relly’, confidant and my lecturer. I shall miss him. My deepest sympathy to his family. Sleep peacefully my brother/cousin.

    Violet D

    Monday, 2 December 2019 Submitted online by Violet Drury
  • WARNER (Wayne):

    I was and am very, very sad and sorry to hear about the passing of Mr Warner.

    My memory of Mr Warner was of a proud, resilient and strong Yamatji, Amangu, Wilunyu, Southern Yamatji man. He was brave, smart and very, very funny. I liked listening to his jokes and the many stories about a life spent achieving many things and contributing to the community with his leadership.

    I learned many things from Mr Warner about life, adventures and finding ways to keep learning and thinking. About continuing to hope and strive for a better and more equal world for future generations.

    I will miss him and his presence, and pass my condolences on to his family and friends.

    May his spirit remain with the many who got to meet him.

    Ann D

    Monday, 2 December 2019 Submitted online by Ann Daniel
  • WARNER (Wayne):

    Wayne,

    I heard the news of your passing and could not believe it. You will be truly missed, by your family and friends and we, your colleagues. I learnt a lot from you and feel sad that I will no longer have that opportunity.

    May you truly rest in peace, a peace that knows no bounds or limits.

    To Wayne's family, I just want you to know that he was truly a remarkable man, a great colleague and mentor. May you be comforted by this fact and know that Wayne lives through each and everyone of you.

    May his soul rest in eternal peace.

    Barbara (former work colleague, Geraldton)

    Monday, 2 December 2019 Submitted online by Barbara Nattabi

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