A Hard Road Ended a Loving Soul Alive Free Fly XXX on 17 January, 2019 at 2:01pm
May your soul lead you keep smiling no more pain now you can enjoy your retirement free love and hugs to our families Uncle Paul your a fantastic fighter leg home with max of 2 weeks months later everyone wondered were you Where Christmas lunch sad you were taken to hospital you fought to go home to die but least your free fly the world keep smiling we know you will look at us love Andrew Alexis
Patricia-mary Mark Christyarn Freelon & Esha see you wwhen our time XOXOXOX
Gus and Lee Guthrie on 15 January, 2019 at 1:27pm
In memory of a friend taken too soon.
Deepest Sympathy to the Family.
Gus and Lee
Janice Harnett on 13 January, 2019 at 4:33pm
Paul, I will be forever grateful for the time I spent will you these last few months. We shared many memories of our time growing up. You were my adored older brother. I will miss you, but you are now at peace. Your little sister Janice.
Steven Goscombe on 12 January, 2019 at 7:36pm
Where do I start ???? I can remember growing up staying at Nans as she looked after your Bunbury house and getting excited when I new you where coming home for a visit.
You where a very reserved man and we respect you for that but you where never out of our thoughts.
I am lucky enough to be able to look after you Service medals and promises to look after them and think of you often when I look at them.
I also have your Smoker (tried it today but the outcome was not that crash hot, but I will get used to it).
Thank you for letting me be part of your life and we will miss you greatly.
Darryl George on 12 January, 2019 at 6:29pm
Bro,it’s been awesome knowing you.Really going to miss the marroning trips and the afternoon drinks talking footy and cricket.I know your in a better place but that doesn’t help.Thanks for everything.Daz.
Derek Thompson on 12 January, 2019 at 1:23pm
Great mate, great times in the Navy, pleasure to serve with you.
A good mate who will be missed!
Rest in Peace
Beverley Scott on 12 January, 2019 at 8:30am
I feel so privileged to have spend the last few months with you.
Even though you were suffering and didn't really feel like seeing any of us, you put that aside and we as a family were able to have that quality time with you.
You had a wicked sense of humour that didn't show itself very often, but it surfaced towards the end.
Thank you for those special few month, they are what will keep me going.
Your loving sister Bev.