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Nessie TOKI Obituary
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Wednesday, 18 July 2018

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December 30, 2016
Played with Ness at College. RIfles. Sorry to se his passing.
Jim Black. Ramarama
December 25, 2016
We are so sad to hear of Ness's passing. He was a wonderful man with a huge heart of gold and a cheeky sense of humour to match! We remember fondly his beaming smile, his big hugs and his very friendly disposition. His devotion to Auckland Rugby was immense and he was a wonderful work colleague. We will miss him dearly. Grant & Harri Aickin
December 22, 2016
Dear Ness we had some great times together both here and overseas it was an honour to know and play along side you my friend You are surely Missed. Rest in Peace my brother. Gary Rudolph.
December 21, 2016
Dear Ness

Have many great memories of our times working together at the Auckland Rugby Union. Your work ethic and willingness to assist in all aspects of rugby development were admired by all who worked with you.
Rest in peace

Roger and Sherralyn Whatman and family