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WHEATLEY Dawson

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WHEATLEY

DAWSON JAMES 24.4.34 - 22.8.19 formally of Adelaide. A much loved husband of Barbara and cherished father of Shelley and Grant. Forever in the hearts of Dianne, Kristen and Luke, Vanessa and Vaughn, Jessica and Hannah. To be remembered by his great grand children Summer, Hunter, Ira and Easton. Dedicated member of the Commercial Travellers Association, Legacy, Royal Perth Yacht Club and the Brief Club. A big man with a big heart will be privately farewelled by family in Albany.

Published 24th Aug, 2019
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  • WHEATLEY (Dawson):

    To the Wheatley Family,

    We are so sorry to hear about the passing of Mr Wheatley. Even though we live so far we always talk about our wonderful neighbours who opened their arms to the crazy Italian family that lived next door. In the 60's that was such a big deal. He has now joined my Dad so I'm sure they have a lot to talk about. Always in our thoughts love and kisses to all the family. 

    Love Rosa, Felicia, Vince Aiossa and families

    Wednesday, 28 August 2019 Submitted online by Felicia Correll
  • WHEATLEY (DAWSON)

    Highly respected member of the electrical retail fraternity in WA, and a member of the dozens club. Will be sadly missed. Sympathy to family Warren and Geoff Martin.

    Tuesday, 27 August 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • WHEATLEY (DAWSON)

    Wonderful long-time social and business friend of Bob and Shirley Ramsay. A top man.

    Monday, 26 August 2019 Published in The West Australian

  • WHEATLEY (DAWSON)

    The Commercial Travellers' Association of WA mourns the passing of our esteemed member of 58 years standing, life member, past Federal President and longest serving State President.

    He was the quintessential commercial traveller, resourceful, dedicated, committed and loyal.

    He made an enormous contribution to the Association, was universally admired and respected. His sage advice was often sought and generously given.

    Sincere sympathy to Barbara and to Shelley, Grant and families.

    Monday, 26 August 2019 Published in The West Australian

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