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The Late: BRUCE HENRY WAHANUI Passes Away In Sydney  

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mitacare OWC
(@mitacare-owc)
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Kia Ora E Te Whanau

This is to inform the Family, Friends and Whanau of the passing away of the Late: BRUCE HENRY WAHANUI on Thursday 3rd June 2004 at his home in St Clair, NSW, Australia.

As funeral arrangements are finalised an update panui will be posted here on Maori.Org.NZ to inform the Whanau and Friends of the details for the funeral for the Late: BRUCE HENRY WAHANUI.

To his wife Dianne and their two children, Darren and Kiri, and to all of HENRY's Whanau in Australia, Aotearoa and throughout the world, we express our Aroha to you all at this sad time.

May the Lord bless and comfort you as you tangi his farewell.

Aroha nui, Ka kite ano,
Bruce Mita
Mitacare Funeral Services

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Posted : 14 August, 2004 11:03 am
mitacare OWC
(@mitacare-owc)
Active Member

Kia Ora E Te Whanau

This is to advise Family, Whanau, and Friends that the Tangi for the Late: BRUCE HENRY WAHANUI is being held at 25 Dobell Circuit, St Clair, NSW, Australia.

The Funeral Service for the Late: BRUCE HENRY WAHANUI will be held at 10:00am on Friday 11 June 2004 at 25 Dobell Circuit, St CLair, NSW, conducted by Reverend Malcolm Karipa. Following the service the funeral cortege will travel via the M4 Freeway to the Pinegrove Crematorium, Minchinbury, for a 12:00pm committal service in the North Chapel.

Following the service at Pinegrove Crematorium, Family, Whanau and Friends are invited back to 25 Dobell Cuircuit, St Clair for the Hakari.

To his wife Dianne and their two children, Darren and Kiri & Jerome, and their Mokopuna and to all of HENRY's Whanau in Australia, Aotearoa and throughout the world, we express our Aroha to you all at this sad time.

May the Lord bless and comfort you as you tangi his farewell.

Aroha nui, Ka kite ano,
Bruce Mita
Mitacare Funeral Services

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Posted : 14 August, 2004 11:04 am
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