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WHYTE Milton

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Passed away peacefully at home Saturday 29 August 2020 aged 94 years.

Memories will live forever of the fun days we shared together over the 60 years with our 5 children and 19 grandchildren. His passing leaves an enormous gap in our lives as we all loved him so. Life will never be the same without him.

Carol and Family

WHYTE (Milton):

With sadness in our hearts we say goodbye to our very much loved Dad and Grandpa. As we find comfort and strength in our beautiful family, may you rest in peace Grandpa. You will live on in our hearts forever.

Peta, Storme, Sophie, Mathew, Jacob and Gabrielle.

WHYTE (Milton):

Grandpa I am so proud to be one of your five and to have had four of your nineteen and for showing us more fun than you can poke a stick at. "O Danny Boy, I love you so!"

Karen, Rob, Lach, Lize, Marg, Alice, Will and Rach.

WHYTE (Milton):

Dad, you were the heart and soul of our beautiful big family, it was all you ever dreamed and prayed for. You lived every single moment of your wonderful life to the fullest. Our boys loved you so much and you meant the world to them, they were so lucky to have a Grandpa like you. You will live on in our hearts and we will love you forever. Your loving Krissy and best mates Paul, Jim, Gerard, William and Luke. Sleep now Dad in heavenly peace.

WHYTE (Milton):

So many fond memories of the Father, Father-in-Law and Grandpa of the Edgewater Road Whytes. Loving, fun, kind, interested, engaged, entertaining, wise, gracious, loyal committed, present, trustworthy, respectful, accepting, and non-judgemental. A few words that still don't come near summing up this enormous character of a man. Mostly we will miss your 94 years of wisdom that we were fortunate enough to receive so much of in our very close association of my 56 years, our 31 years of marriage and four young lives that you helped shape. Your faith in Christ and Our Lady will have you with your forebears in a better place for eternity. God Bless you Milty. We love you and will be there for your beloved Carol until you meet again.

From Vincent, Lisa, Frank, Bonnie, Peter and Edmond Whyte.

WHYTE (Milton):

For my Dad and our Grampa Milton, now survived by his true love Carol. His was such a full and happy life so well lived, and we will cherish the fun-loving times we had over the many years together. Say a prayer and sing a song of Danny Boy in loving memory of our Milty. Love always Mat, Sarah, Chris, Brooke and Paige.

Published 2nd Sep, 2020
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The Funeral Mass for Mr Milton Whyte of Salter Point, will be celebrated in St Pius X Church, cnr Ley & Paterson Sts, MANNING commencing at 1:30PM on FRIDAY (11.09.2020). A Private Cremation will take place at a later time. Live stream details as follows should you be unable to attend:


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  • WHYTE (Milton):

    Never to be forgotten, Uncle Milton was the life of a party and family get togethers. Our sympathy and love goes to Carol and family,

    Big hugs from Gerard and Creina, Bianca and Jake, Jodie and Andrew

    Saturday, 12 September 2020 Submitted online by Gerard And Creina Waddell
  • WHYTE (Milton):

    We were lucky enough to meet and get to know Carol and Milton on your trips up to Kununurra to visit Vinn, Lisa and Edmond. Milton’s energy, conversation and brilliant singing voice will stay with us forever. I can hear him now singing ‘Danny Boy’.

    Milton’s legacy lives on in his grand and beautiful family.

    Sunday, 6 September 2020 Submitted online by Tina Mckenzie

    To our dearest Aunty Carol and our dozens of cousins, we have a lifetime of wonderful memories. We as a family are truly blessed forever. It is with heavy hearts we farewell and extraordinary man, our Uncle Milty. Lots of love Aunty Val (dec), Uncle Ronnie (dec) and your dozens of cousins.

    Saturday, 5 September 2020 Published in The West Australian


    Deepest sympathy to Aunty Carol and family. We have lost the last of "The Boulder Whytes". A great family man. Always with a jovial nature and great sense of humour.

    Will be missed by all the Pat Whytes.

    Saturday, 5 September 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • WHYTE MILTON Much loved friend of Ken and Valre Holt and families. We remember many happy, fun times spent with Milton. Memories last forever. Sending love to Carol and Family.

    Saturday, 5 September 2020 Published in The West Australian

    Our deepest sympathy to Kristine, Paul, Jim, Gerard, William and Luke on the sudden loss of your beloved dad, father-in-law and Grandpa. Our thoughts and prayers also to Mrs Whyte, Mat, Vincent, Karen, Peta and families at this sad time.

    Milton will always be fondly remembered as a great friend to Frank and Barbara and a great support to us after their passing. What a wonderful long life lived, always a story to tell and a laugh to be had, along with an abundance of love for his beautiful family who he leaves as a lasting legacy for us. R I P Milton, you were one of the best.

    Bridget, Patrick, Melissa, Pierce and Emily Colreavy.

    Friday, 4 September 2020 Published in The West Australian

    Happy memories of our friend Milton. Always a gentleman. Racing won't be the same without you. Sympathy to Carol and family. John, Doris, Damon and Shannon Gabbedy

    Thursday, 3 September 2020 Published in The West Australian


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