JOHN BRUCE IRVING

Passed away on the 15th of June 2023

AGED 71 Years.

Loving husband of Barb. Much loved father and father in law of Damien & Jenna, Matthew & Brooke and Simon. The best “Poppy” ever of Bridie, Dusty, Billy, Jay, Marlee and Willow.

Cherished son of June and Jack (dec). Brother of Carol.

John’s relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral to be held at the Broulee Memorial Gardens Chapel, Broulee, commencing at 11:00am on Friday the 23rd of June 2023.

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  • Leon and Karen Tipping
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    To Barb and Family, thinking of you on this sad time He was a great man and a great friend .So Sorry we cannot be there with you. All our loving thoughts are with you❤️

  • Sharon Irving
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    To beautiful Barb and family. Wrapping our arms around you all at this very sad time. Mark, Sharon and family. X

    • Shelley McCann
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      Barb and family. So sorry for your loss. We’ve only just received the sad news (October) of John’s death. We didn’t know him that well but remember him fondly from working with him in Mudgee, and I also had a bit of contact with him when I used to go to Sydney for Federation meetings. He was a good man and Peter and I send our sincere condolences .

  • Julie Plunkett
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    Dear Barb and family thinking of you all at this sad time. John was a great man. He will be missed greatly by all. Sorry we can’t be there, lots of love Julie and Lew.

    • Joy Iginla
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      So sorry for your loss.

  • Gayleen & Greg Middleton
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    To Barb, Damo, Jenna, Carol and all the family,
    Thinking of you all as you celebrate John’s wonderful life and all the he means to you. May all the happy memories you have give you comfort during this time. Sorry we are until to be there but you are all in our hearts and thoughts ❤️

  • Heather and Don Elliott
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    Our most sincere thoughts are with you Barb and your family
    Thinking of you all
    Sorry we are not able to be with you all
    A very good man – resting peacefully

  • Trish Wright( Fealy).
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    To Barb and the family , so sad for your loss of John. Gone too soon ! The love of your life will guide you from above !!
    Sincere sympathy to you and your Boys

    • Hounsell Tracy
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      A special man gone to soon.
      In our hearts forever ❤️
      Love to Barb, Damien, Matt, Simon, Brooke, Jenna and kids.

      Tracy

  • Deb Wells
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    Sincere Sympathy to you Barb & your family.
    Love & prayers to you all at this very sad time.
    Xx

  • Roz Wells
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    Deepest sympathy Barb & Families
    Love Roz Wells

  • Marg & Vince Bradley
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    Dear Barb, Damien, Matthew, Simon & Families,
    Mrs Irving and Carol,
    Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers during this sad time. John was a great man and we fondly remember the fun times we shared. Sorry we can’t be with you on Friday. Lots of love and sympathy,
    Vince, Marg & Families

  • Wayne & Patricia Webber
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    Dear Barb and family
    Our thoughts are with you on this sad occasion. John was one of the nicest men to ever walk this Earth. He was a true friend to all those of us who worked with him and of course, partied with him (in the old days). John was a great family man, teacher and leader of thousands of his colleagues. We are sorry we were unable to travel to be at John’s service, he will be missed by all those who had the privilege to be counted by him as a friend and colleague. Love and deepest sympathy, Wayne & Patti Webber

  • John Axtell
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    Barb and family. My sincerest sympathy for your loss. John left the world a much better place than he found it. Those he taught, those he taught with, and those he worked with are all the better for having known him

    John Axtell.

  • Deborah Rudd
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    To Barbie and your beautiful family, our deepest condolences, so saddened by this news as we have only just come across notification of Johns passing this week.such a lovely bloke. Thinking of you ❤️ love Deb and Terry Rudd Wagga

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