Funeral Tribute

Paul Richard Hargreaves


Β ~Β 


In loving memory of Paul Richard Hargreaves who sadly passed away on 31st October 2020
Originally from Narromine New South Wales and late of Campbells Pocket Qld.
Paul passed away peacefully in the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital on Saturday 31st October 2020. At the time of his passing Paul was just 69 years of age and just beginning his retirement from the practice of law.
Paul leaves behind the love of his life and soul mate Elizabeth as well as his dearly loved daughters Carolyn and Julia, their husbands Ben and Rhys, and adored grandchildren Josie, Annie and Zach, and Edie and Rupert, his parents Philip (dec’d) and Joan, sister Helen, brother and sister-in-law Tim and Poppy, sister and brother-in-law Marea and David and nieces Leila, Denise and Nadine and nephews Luke, Ross and Will.
At this point Paul’s family would like to thank the Doctors, Nurses and support staff of the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital for their professionalism, care and compassion that they so freely gave to Paul during his treatment and that made the final days as peaceful and comfortable as possible for Paul and his family.
Paul’s family and friends are warmly invited to attend his requiem mass that will be held in the Sacred Heart Catholic Church 118 Brighton Road Sandgate on Friday 6th November 2020 commencing at 10:00 Am AEST.
Paul’s service will also be live streamed. Please follow the link
Streaming will commence approximately 9:50 Am


Sacred Heart Catholic Church


Friday 6th November 2020


10:00 am


118 Brighton Road Sandgate

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