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Errol John Byrne

Errol John Byrne  was born on 6th April, 1935 and passed away on 28th January, 2022.

Aged 86 years. Late of Bolton Clarke Fairways, Bundaberg North and formerly of Gray Avenue, Bundaberg. Passed away peacefully on January 28th, 2022. Beloved husband of Joyce (dec’d). Dearly loved father & father-in-law of Donna & Adrian, Geoffrey & Wendy, Trevor & Cassie and Malcolm & Melinda. Loving ‘Pop’ of Simone, Carl, Charmaine, Joel, Caitlin, Natalie, Katrina, Alex, Kristy, Tara and great ‘Pop’ of Emilie, Otis, Beau and Colin. Dearly loved son of Bernard & Mary Byrne (both dec’d). Loved brother, brother-in-law and uncle of respective families.

“In God’s Care”

A Funeral Service for Errol will be held at Church of Christ, Twyford Street, Bundaberg on Friday, February 4th, 2022 at 10:30am.

5 Replies to “Errol John Byrne”

  1. Our condolences to Geoff, Wendy and family on the loss of your father, father in law and grandfather Lovely man RIP

  2. So very sorry to hear the passing of your dad. My parents and yours were such close friends. Still remember when dad and Errol won the Burnett Cup, our parents are gone now but we will never forget them. They were all very great people.

  3. Deepest sympathy for Errol’s passing. My parents were next door neighbours for years in Gray Ave and my Dad and Errol became close friends. I remember Errol and myself hugging it out and crying when my Dad died in 2000.

  4. Our deepest condolences on Errol’s passing. Errol and Dad (Ted Turton) have been mates since primary school and have remained good friends for nearly 80 years. Mum and Dad are unable to attend the funeral due to their age and frailty but will be with the family ‘in spirit’. With sympathy from the Turton family.

  5. I began my career in the courthouse in 1966 with Forestry. Errol was the land agent and our paths crossed daily. Always cheeky and good value. I remember Ted Turton and went to school with Gary Drysdale. so sorry for your loss.

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