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Kessell Alexander
John, my Bro in Law, you were the head of our family for as long as I can remember. Beris, Kessell, and Linley. We all came to you for our woes and foes and you always had the answer. You will be very much missed by us. Rest in peace. Keep the party going for us eventually.

Posted by Kessell Alexander 09/02/2021

Susan and Carl Fernance
To dear Beris, Kylie , Brendon and Gerard and families. It is with great sadness to know our great friend John has left us all forever. John leaves us with many great memories which go back to being neighbours at Marwarra Crescent Marsfield to today, so it has been a long friendship. John was always a confident happy and independent person who always showed great friendship to both Carl and myself and our families. He will be sadly missed by all but the great memories will never leave us . May John RIP with our other other beautiful friend Bobby. Love from the Fernance Family 🙏❤️💙💚

Posted by Susan and Carl Fernance 05/11/2020

We all lost a sharing, caring, fun man in John. I worked with him for about 50 years. Loyal and very hard working, colleagues and clients all loved John. He will be greatly missed. A gentleman, a true friend, and generous with his time and knowledge. Rest In Peace my friend Regards Don Daisley and condolences from Robyn.

Posted by Don DAISLEY 05/11/2020

John was such a positive person and so he was always a pleasure to be with. His can do attitude and ability to effectively communicate with everyone always made time spent with him enjoyable. His passion, enthusiasm, and energy will be missed by all who knew him.

Posted by Brad Jones 04/11/2020

Mary Dowling
Bob & John

Posted by Mary Dowling 04/11/2020

Mary Dowling
I lost a beautiful friend today 😢 you John. Fly high and I know you will be with one of your best mates Bob 🙏 I know you and Bob will look after Beris and I. We have lots and lots of beautiful memories the last 48yrs. Until we meet again 💕 God Bless. Your friend always and forever. Mary ❤️

Posted by Mary Dowling 04/11/2020

I spent many hours sharing conversation with John when we shared an office. John was a natural at connecting with people; friendly, kind, helpful and a wealth of knowledge. John enjoyed life and being around him made life enjoyable. John will be sadly missed and fondly remembered. R.I.P dear friend.

Posted by Ian Cutts 04/11/2020

Good bye Uncle John 😢 Forever in our hearts💕 You have been a part of my life since I was born. Our families have so many wonderful fun memories over the years. One of the most special moments with you is you being our MC at my wedding. Please give my Dad a big hug and kiss 😘 We now have 2 angels watching over us. Lots of love Nicky ❤️

Posted by Nicky 04/11/2020

John was a warm, welcoming, and kind person with a positive outlook on life. He took me under his wing in my early days of arriving in Australia. I learned so much from him. He always had entertaining stories, some of which I heard more than a dozen times, but never got tired hearing them. John was a friend, mentor, and a father figure to me. I always felt like I could talk to him about anything – he was always there to listen. I will miss his friendship, conversations and humour! Goodbye, my friend. We’ll all miss you a lot. Thank you for everything.

Posted by Norman Clarke 04/11/2020

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