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The Late: RICHARD PERRY BROWN Passes Away in Sydney, Australia.  

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mitacare OWC
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Kia Ora e te Whanau

This is to inform the Family, Friends and Whanau of the death of the Late: Richard Perry Brown on Sunday 27 February 2005 at Sacred Hospice, Darlinghurst, Sydney, Australia.

Richard Perry Brown was born in Rotorua to Te Rangimarie Zoline Riwai and James Morehu Brown. To his Mum, Te Rangimarie, his Dad, James, his sister, Milana, on behalf all the Whanau, Richard's friends and Mitacare Funeral Services, I express our Aroha and condolences to you all at this sad time.

In keeping with the wishes of the Family, the Funeral Service for the Late: Richard Perry Brown will proceed as follows:

Day & Date: Monday 7 March 2005
Time: 10:00am
Church: St Canice's Church
Address: Elizabeth Bay, Darlinghurst
Minister: Father Steve Sinn

At the conclusion of the Service at St Canice's Church, the funeral cortege will proceed to the Woronora Cemetery, Sutherland, NSW, for the burial and internment service for the Late: Richard Perry Brown. It was Richard's wish that he be buried at Woronora Cemetery near his niece and nephew, Tara & Daniel, so they were not on their own. Kia Ora Richard.

Following the Burial Service, Family, Friends and Whanau are invited back to St Canice's Church for the Kai Hakari.

In the event of any changes or corrections to the Funeral Arrangements as they currently stand, I will update the Panui accordingly.

For Whanau and Friends who feel or would like to leave a message for the Family, please complete the quick reply meesage at the bottom of this Panui. Kia Ora.

May the Lord Bless and Comfort You All at this Sad Time.

Arohanui.
Ka kite ano.

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Posted : 04 March, 2005 12:48 am
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