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Recent Obituaries

BULL, Cherie Ann: Peacefully, but sooner than expected, on Saturday, November 10th, aged 72. Devoted wife of the late Dave. Adored mum of Jo, Caroline, Matt and Nick, and mother-in-law of Daryn and Red. Loved grandma of...
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Published in Dominion Post on 15 Nov. 2018
BULL, Cherie Ann. Peacefully, but sooner than expected, on Saturday 10th November 2018; aged 72. Devoted wife of the late Dave. Adored mum of Jo, Caroline, Matt and Nick, and mother-in-law of Daryn and Red. Loved...
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Published in The New Zealand Herald on 13 Nov. 2018
LOFT, Alice (nee Riddell) (formerly Courtenay). On Monday 12th November 2018, peacefully in Whakatane, aged 86. Loved wife of Russell. Cherished mother of Alwyn, Lindy, Jan and the late Stephen. Much loved by her...
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Published in The New Zealand Herald on 14 Nov. 2018
DUNNING, Clive. On Saturday 10th November 2018, peacefully at Rotorua, aged 88. Loved father and father in law of Judy and Brian Carter, James (Jim) and Marianne, Josef (Joe), Graeme and Danella, Diana and Rick Bourke,...
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Published in The New Zealand Herald on 13 Nov. 2018
CLARK Malcolm Robert (Mally) On Sunday 11th November 2018 surrounded by family in North Haven Hospice, Whangarei; aged 70. Beloved long term partner of Sue. Loved father of Edward, Robert, Richard, Denise and bonus dad...
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Published in The Northern Advocate on 13 Nov. 2018
CLARK, Malcolm Robert (Mally). On Sunday 11th November 2018 surrounded by family in North Haven Hospice, Whangarei; aged 70. Beloved long term partner of Sue. Loved father of Edward, Robert, Richard, Denise and bonus...
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Published in The New Zealand Herald from Nov. 13 to 14 Nov. 2018
FERGUSSON, Gail Rosina (nee Croasdale). On Saturday 10th November 2018, peacefully at Whakatane Hospital after a short illness surrounded by family; aged 69 years. Dearly loved and cherished wife of Ross. Loved mother...
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Published in The New Zealand Herald on 12 Nov. 2018
FERGUSSON, Gail Rosina (nee Croasdale): On Saturday 10th November 2018, peacefully at Whakatane Hospital after a short illness, surrounded by family; aged 69 years. Dearly loved and cherished wife of Ross. Loved mother...
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Published in Waikato Times on 12 Nov. 2018
GRANT, Quona Dawn. On Wednesday 7th November 2018, peacefully in Whakatane Hospital surrounded by her loving family; aged 83 years. Dearly loved wife of the late Jim. Much loved mother and mother in law of Deb and Sven...
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Published in The New Zealand Herald on 9 Nov. 2018
FRIEND, Stephen. Passed quietly on Monday 5th November 2018 at home as a result of an illness. Best friend of Carol. Well liked by family and friends. A funeral service will be held for Stephen at 2pm on Saturday 10th...
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Published in The New Zealand Herald on 7 Nov. 2018
MOLLER, Tony Godfrey. (Sergeant) QID0936. On Tuesday 30th October 2018, peacefully at Mountain View Rest Home, Kawerau, after a courageous battle, aged 74. Beloved husband of Lynda. Cherished dad of Kelly, Tania,...
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Published in The New Zealand Herald on 2 Nov. 2018
KOHI, Judy. Taken from us suddenly. Loved and cherished mum to Calvin and Ocean. A loving daughter to mum and dad. Adored sister and aunty. Matriarch of our family. Long term employee of Fonterra. Best colleague and...
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Published in The Rotorua DailyPost on 2 Nov. 2018
KRAUSE, Alison (Gaye). On Thursday 18th October 2018 peacefully at Whakatane Hospital in her 85th year. Loved wife and best friend of the late Bob. Adored Mother and Mother in law of Robyn and Ray Larsen, Wendy and...
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Published in The New Zealand Herald on 20 Oct. 2018