Funeral Tribute

Gregory “George” Pearce


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In loving memory of Gregory “George” Pearce who sadly passed away on 7th June 2016
PEARCE Gregory Β“GeorgeΒ”
Late of Kedron and the Albion Railway Station. George passed away peacefully surrounded by the love of his family on Tuesday 7th June 2016 at the tender age of just 86 years.
George will be sadly missed by his loving wife and soulmate Doreen and loving children Gregory, Adrian, Ricky and their partners.
George or Poppy as he was better known will also be sadly missed by his adoring grandchildren Alicia, Melissa, Olivia, Terri-Lee, Nathan, Troy, Luke and great grandchildren Noah, Sophie, Baxter each of whom have a special memory of their poppy because of the constant teasing, tickles and nonjudgmental advice that he shared with each of them.
At this time GeorgeΒ’s family would like to thank the Doctors, Nurses and Support Staff of the Price Charles Palliative Care unite for the amazing care and attention that the offered to George and his family to make the final days as peaceful as possible.
GeorgeΒ’s family and friends are warmly invited to attend his cremation service that will be held in the Pinnaroo Crematorium situated within the grounds of the Pinnaroo Lawn cemetery 249 Graham Road Bridgeman Downs. The service will be held on Tuesday 14th June and will commence at 11:00 Am
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.


Pinnaroo Crematorium


Tuesday 14th June 2016


11:00 am


situated within the grounds of the Pinnaroo Lawn cemetery 249 Graham Road Bridgeman Downs

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