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Wayne Thomas "Radish" HULANDS Obituary
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Saturday, 21 July 2018

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September 27, 2016
Hulands Wayne (Radish) Our brother-in-law, sadly missed, never forgotten. Sympathy to his 4 daughters. A Simpson legend, rest in peace Rad. Love, Gerard and Rosemary.

September 27, 2016
Hulands Wayne (Radish) Our brother-in-law, sadly missed, never forgotten. Sympathy to his 4 daughters. A Simpson legend, rest in peace Rad. Love, Gerard and Rosemary.

September 27, 2016
Hulands Wayne Thomas 29/1/1951 - 22/9/2016 A very sad day for the family and the people of Simpson 'You were there from the early days of Simpson lots of fun and laughter and memories' You will never be forgotten. From Jack (dec.) June Hunt and the rest of the family. Go Rad

September 26, 2016
HULANDS Wayne (Raddish) I didn't know your birth name was Wayne for years. I could write a book on the footy, working at Kraft, and games of pool at the Simpson pub. A real character in the true sense. Go hard or go home was his motto. A great part of our Simpson history. Thanks for the memories. - Mick Hunt