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John Robin Brehaut

Dear Aunty Liz, Sharon, Andrew and the whole Brehaut clan, I am sorry for your loss. There must have been a time before Uncle John was a white-haired, jokester with the most amazing twinkle in his eyes but that is who he was to me growing up. I remember sliding around in the back of the car at night going through crazy gravel roads in Beaconsfield but knowing that he was keeping all us kids safe. He was the kind of man I hope I have become. Dependable, comforting and slightly mischievous. I didn’t know him as you did, but he was and always will be my Uncle John. That smile will live on in all our memories

John Robin Brehaut

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Brian Darnton Bayston

My thoughts and prayers are with Brian Bayston’s family. I have an enduring sense of appreciation and gratitude for his counsel and professional service, which made possible the reunion with my birth family, and the move to Tasmania, where I now live amongst them.

Brian Darnton Bayston

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June Irene Ewing

Auntie June you have been special to us. We have so many wonderful memories and we are grateful to have you for our Aunt. With love Pamela (Mike), Darryl (Sue) and Paul (Sally). Great Aunt to Allan, Leigh (Belinda) and Dean. We are sure you are happy now reuniting with Uncle Ken and the 'Richards' clan.

June Irene Ewing

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