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Graham Stuart Daff

To dear Margaret, Andrew, Liz and Janine and all of your extended family. Both Geoff and I send not only our deepest sympathies and condolences on Graham's passing but also feel so honoured and priviledged to have met and shared good times with such a generous and kind man. To have him mentor and coach us when we were young, and help us develop a lifelong love of cricket, is something we hold dear. We count him not only as a mentor, but as a true leader of men and a shining example of how to live a positive and full life and above all, he was a friend. We feel grateful that you shared him with us when we were young, and that we got to know you too as such a welcoming and loving family. Thankyou. We will always remember him.

Graham Stuart Daff

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Susan Lee “Sue” Fenton

Today is November 16 & it is still just unbelievable to think of Sue as having passed. I fear it will feel this way for a very long time. The depth of my personal feelings of profound loss and sadness is, I think, bound up in the dilemma of reconciling the passing of a friend so completely full of life, friendship and generosity. That reconciliation is still beyond me. I can still feel Sue's energy in the community work we shared at Blackburn lake (she did so much!). Sue's generosity came to me in many ways and at many times, none more so than when she could sense I was going through a deep trough, at which time she went out of her way to be kind, constructive and supportive. Sue was compassionate, intelligent, competent, and knew how to patiently listen, and how to take one seriously and make one feel that what they had to say was worthwhile. Sue was a natural born pastoral carer. I will forever treasure memories of her kindness and friendship. Rest In Peace, Sue, it was a blessing to have crossed paths with you.

Susan Lee “Sue” Fenton

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Janet “Jan” Quirk

Feel no guilt in laughter, she knows how much you care, Feel no sorrow in a smile, that she’s not here to share, Don’t not grieve forever, she would not want you to, She would hope that you would carry on, the way you always do, So talk about the good times, and the way you showed you cared, The days you spent together, the happiness you shared, Let memories surround you, a word someone might say, Will suddenly recapture, a time, an hour , a day , That brings her back as clearly, as if she still were here, And fills you with the feelings that say she is always near, For if you keep those moments, you’ll never be apart, And they will live forever, safely locked within your heart xxx

Janet “Jan” Quirk

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