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Roy Barnes
12 years ago

You get that feeling (about John) that he was one of those rare people about whom no one could say anything negative. A good man now gone. But we are all the best for knowing him.

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Mat Rattenbury
12 years ago

A word that is often overused but certainly warranted in this case. 'Pes' or 'Mr Pes' was an incredibly passionate man who unceasingly gave of himself. I can still remember his sense of unbridled joy when his beloved Emu Plains A Grade won the GF under Trev and Wal. The only way to describe him was as a human dynamo; boundless energy and indomitable spirit. A tremendous loss. My condolences to his loving family. He will be sorely missed.

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Josephine Filia
12 years ago

were all still in shock, in the short period I had met you, you always knew the right things to say, the office is sooo quiet with you buddy.... Gone but not forgotten... Condolences to the family JOF...colleague from work

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Simone Blattman
12 years ago

The Three B's... Big, Bold and Beautiful. Big in laughter, bold in nature and beautiful in spirit. We'll always remember you with a smile, as wide and endless as yours. The Blattman Family.

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I am in shock! I can't believe it! Dear Jill and family, so sorry to hear of your loss.There are so many memories of John that come to mind, and I know that in time, they will make you smile. My deepest sympathy to you all. Sue WAtling (Kitcheman)

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I am in shock! I can't believe it! Dear Jill and family, so sorry to hear of your loss.There are so many memories of John that come to mind, and I know that in time, they will make you smile. My deepest sympathy to you all. Sue WAtling (Kitcheman)

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Don Hennessy
13 years ago

John was a loyal, true and passionate friend. He dedicated himself to many sporting associations and became a local icon. He had a great sense of humour, was loving and kind. I will miss him.

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