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Tuesday, 17 February 2009
Gee What can I say:
What a very sad time for everyone that new Arthur.
It was only a few weeks ago that I was talking with him, and now he has gone.
There are so many stories that I could tell you about Arthur.
Here is just one, Arthur and Petra taught a group of us how to ski many years ago, and he always pushed us to our limits, but after a day skiing we use to push Arthur to his limits and make him drink (he was not much of a drinker) but loved play dress-up's.
What a laugh what a wonderful guy.
He will bw sadly missed by everyone who new him.

Petra May you find comfort in the memories that are yours to cherish always, and strength in the companionship of those who share your loss.

Forever in our hearts...
Monday, 16 February 2009
I would like to say that i did not know Arthur Enver personaly, but had a short chat or had said hello to him on several occasions whilst on the job. I am not a train driver but a authorised officer patrolling the trains of Melbourne. The times which i had said hello to Mr Evner were when he was waiting for his train to arrive or passing by as he made his way up the platform to drive his train. He was a nice guy and one who will be missed even by me.
I first saw a picture of him on the news whilst i was holidaying in New Zealand and i said to my partner i know that driver he was a nice guy and he always wore his cowboy boots as i remember.
To all his friends and family i would like to say that he will be missed by many. Gokberk Fedai
Monday, 16 February 2009
A friend who shall be remembered by me and also remembered by me for always wearing his cowboy boots. A truley nice guy.
Monday, 16 February 2009
He was the greatest uncle anyone could ask for... I will never forget the great times with him and Petra... we had great BBQ's together (once we cooked prawns with baileys), he always thought outside the box and made sure he had no limits in life... he also taught me how to ski... many times he would call and say "its time to kill brain cells" in other words it's time to drink!! I will never forget our laughs, the jokes (some of which i never understood) but thats Arthur...
My thoughts are with Petra and Nadia, may God give them strength to overcome the sadness of his loss... You will always be loved and remembered...
Monday, 16 February 2009
Arthur, From a fellow train driver in the USA Im sure if I had known you we would have had many stories to trade, for stories is the one thing a railroader never runs out of. From the entries that others have left you seemed to had led an adventerous life.
My Condolences to all your loved ones
Monday, 16 February 2009
Many a late shift I could be found leaning over the TR book deep in conversation with Arthur.

Sorry to hear the terrible news.

My Sympathy to all affected
Sunday, 15 February 2009
Arthur, I remember we used to go surfing together many years ago at Torquay, I remember your sense of adventure and love of fast cars, and your great sense of humour. I also remember that old falcon wagon we used to hoon around in, although we went our seperate ways a long time ago, you will be sadly missed. Condolences to Petra and your family.
Saturday, 14 February 2009
I was fortunate enough to work with Arthur at the Epping Depot many years.He is a fellow Train Driver who will be sorely missed.Condolences to Arthur's family.
Saturday, 14 February 2009
Arthur you will be greatly missed by the staff at weissach sport.You made us lough with youre sense of humour and youre passion for that perfect Porsche. Our deepest thoughts
with to youre family and friends, Youre mates Chris and Luke
at Weissach sport.
Saturday, 14 February 2009
I was very fortunate to have Arthur work with me as a second person while i was driving diesels many years ago. It was a pleasure to work with him and enjoy many laughs together that made ours days work enjoyable.
I/We will miss his smiley face and happy hellos.
RIP in peace mate
Michael and Helen Burns

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