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James Errol Lea SCARLETT Obituary
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January 12, 2020
January 11, 2020
To my dear friend Errol, We taught together at Saint Ignatius College Riverview. He was a wonderful man, a well known Author and a deeply religious man. Your memory is with me forever. Enjoy your presence with our God in heaven. Vale my dearest friend. Tony Hall(0415502982)
January 8, 2020
Mr Scarlett (J.Errol Lea-S.) A good man; dedicated high school teacher and caring person: interested and interesting. Deeply religious. In his prime, Mr Scarlett was renown as one of the finest church organist in Australia. I had known him since I was eight years - he was my teacher and had kept some contact ever since. For a few years I was a colleague of his and I never called him Errol - - always "Sir" - he never queried this with me - just accepted it as regular!
I visited him a couple years ago in his retirement village, having not seen him for some time; entered his room with my usual "hello Sir": he knew me immediately and now I am in my mid-sixties. ~ Vale Sir.
Gary F Bourke.
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