John-CAVILLE-Obituary

John CAVILLE

Burnie, Tasmania

1951 - 2018

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Burnie, Tasmania

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John CAVILLE passed away in Burnie, Tasmania. The obituary was featured in The Advocate on April 8, 2018, and The Advocate on April 11, 2018.

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We cant believe you have gone.
Some of my best childhood memories were when you taught me to hunt, fish ride a motorbike (and slaughter a pig).
You were a true gentleman John and one of the best has been taken away.
Your infectious laugh could brighten anyone's day.
Thank you for looking after my sister so well and your children are a credit to you both.
you will be sadly missed .
R.I.P

So very sorry for the loss you all have suffered. May you find comfort and peace in knowing God is close to those who are brokenhearted. Psalms 43:18.



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CAVILLE Johnny Strahan may never be the same for us again, but the memories always will. Our thoughts are with Helen and the family. A true character forever missed The Plummers and Ackerley.

CAVILLE John The sweetest man you could ever have known. Loved uncle of Narelle and Cameron, Charles (dec.), Julia and Alistair, Petra, Ayden and Alby.

CAVILLE John Edward 15.03.51 - 07.04.18 Aged 67. Youngest son of Ernie and Thelma Caville. Brother to Jeannie (dec.), Nellie, Clarise (dec.), Annie, Lizzie (dec.), Joey, Leslie and Bonnie. "Our Hero Is Gone"

Caville Johnny It's hard to forget someone who gave you so much to remember. Johnny, you will never be forgotten. Uncle/Best mate/Hero. "Righto Catchya" Love Narrell, Cameron, Harrison and Charlton (Slim).



Caville Johnny Dear Johnny, I just wanted to say how so terribly sad that you were taken away from us. Your unique personality and the infectious laugh will be sadly missed. I would like to thank you for the best weekends on the farm growing up. You will always have a place in my heart. Love always Julls, Alister, Lillyah, Hudson. We will miss you. Goodbye my Hero

Caville John A loving brother and uncle. We will miss his visits down The Heads which were always enjoyable. Our hearts go out to Helen and family on the loss of our dear Johnny. With much love from Jo and Basil, Della, Janene, Andrea, David and families.

Caville John Thank you for being our fishing mentor and friend over the many years of visiting your beautiful bay. Sincere condolences to Helen and family. Fondest memories of Johnny Graham and Norma Launceston