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Barry Douglas MURFET Obituary
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Wednesday, 26 June 2019

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Wednesday, 26 June 2019

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June 8, 2019
Maree,
So sorry to hear of Barry's passing.
Fond memories of my time with the cabs.
From Ken Sherston
June 8, 2019
Great Memories of the fun times we all had together both in Tassie and Melbourne. Deepest Sympathy to Maree and family.
Peter and Anne Chapman, Geoff and Margaret Kilner and Kevin and Barbara O'Sullivan
June 8, 2019
MURFET Barry Douglas 4.6.1950 - 5.6.2019 Dearly loved grandson of Keith and Amy Hicks (both dec.). Much loved nephew of Selwyn and Isobel (dec.) Hicks, Dorothy and Graeme Bessell, Robin and Cheryl (dec.) Hicks. Memories stay with us forever.

June 12, 2019
MURFET Barry A highly respected and dedicated past member of the Tasmania Fire Service. Barry served as a firefighter with the Devonport Fire Brigade for 20 years. The Chief Officer, Deputy Chief Officer, Regional Chiefs, Officers, staff and volunteers of the Tasmania Fire Service express their deepest sympathy to his family and friends.



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