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Donald John “Don” Sparks

Donald John “Don” Sparks  was born on 23rd June, 1937 and passed away on 14th July, 2023.

Aged 86 years. Late of TriCare, Bundaberg and formerly of The Lakes Retirement Village. Passed away at TriCare on July 14th, 2023. Beloved husband of Helen. Dearly loved father and father-in-law of Michael, Susan, Gayle & Rod, and Selina & Kevin. Loving grandfather of Lawson, Kelsey, Bridie, Leticia, Tess, Marlon, Quinn, Fletcher, and Poppy, and great-grandfather of Ivory, and Archer. Dearly loved son of John & Ethel (both dec’d). Loved brother and brother-in-law of Kevin & Sue, also, Jim, Allan, and Ray (all dec’d), and much loved uncle of their respective families.

“Forever In Our Hearts”

A Private Service will be held as per Don’s wishes.

14 Replies to “Donald John “Don” Sparks”

  1. Worked with Don,many,many moons ago at the regional board.a realy nice bloke and a good boss to work for.
    In the care of God now.

  2. My condolences to all Don’s family – I worked with Don and he was a pleasure to deal with & a thorough gentleman – RIP Don

  3. Our sincere condolences, our thoughts and prayers we send to the family. Sparkly such a character will be deeply missed by all.

  4. My thoughts are with Don’s family and friends. I worked with Don at WBBEB in the 80’s. He was a gentleman and respected by those around him. I learnt a lot from Don and have always appreciated the way he treated me.

  5. Condolences to you Shirly and family on the passing of Don. I worked with Don not in his team but with John Norval. Don was a pleasure to be associated with.

  6. Worked for don at the regional board many many moons ago,Good boss,and a really nice bloke.
    In gods care now.

  7. My condolences 💐 to the Sparks family. Played in the spare allotment in Johnston Street with the Tanner gang.

  8. Our condolences Shirley and family. Neighbours for 15 years, Johnston Street. Don was a good man, a great friend and always fondly remembered.

  9. On behalf of the Bundaberg Amateur Radio Club committee and members ..(Don was a member of our club for many years) – we would like to extend our condolences and best wishes to his family and friends. Kind regards, David Nebe – Secretary – BARC.

  10. Condolences To Shirley and family was a pleasure to have known Don and worked with him over many years.

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