I’ANSON

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Requiem Mass for the Repose of the Soul of the late Mr Reginald I’Anson will be offered for Reg’s family and close friends at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 330 Swan Street North Albury, Friday 16th July 2021, commencing at 2.00 pm.

Afterwards, the cortege will proceed to Glenmorus Memorial Gardens, 54 Glenmorus St, Glenroy for burial. Please note current Covid-19 NSW restrictions apply, with limits to attendance, and mask-wearing and social distancing are required.

Reg’s family will contact family and friends who are invited to attend, thank you for understanding if you cannot attend the service in person.

 

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  1. I'Anson family  July 13, 2021

    I’Anson, Reginald John
    10.12.1929 – 9.7.2021
    Of Albury, (formerly Upper Sandy Creek and Burrumbuttock) passed away on July 9th 2021 aged 91 years. Only son of Jack & Netta I’Anson, brother of Betty (dec) and Mary (dec). Cherished husband of Pat. Dearly loved father and father in law of Paul (dec) & Deb, Loretta & Peter, Matthew & Diane, Brendan & Tania, Jacinta & Vic. Dearly adored ‘Bumpa’ of 11 grandchildren, and 11 great grandchildren.

    Cherished husband of Pat, blessed with 64 wonderful years. Your loving wife, Pat.

    My Father-In-Law loved his son Paul and his grandchildren Amy and Adam along with their spouses Paul and Jess. He adored his great grandchildren Dom, Will, Evie, Jimmy & Isla and loved me as a daughter. Rest In Peace dear Bumpa, Deb.

    Very dearly loved father and father in law of Loretta & Peter. Loved Bumpa of Kade and Lauren, Ben & Kate and Mandy. Adored Great Bumpa of Riley, Molly and Banjo. ‘A kind, gentle and loving Dad and Bumpa, who will be greatly missed. Now at rest.

    Dearly loved & sadly missed, Dad of Matthew and Diane, Grandpa of Darcy and Tyla, and Trent. ‘Close to our hearts you will always stay, your legacy lives on with us every day.’ Keep in touch Bumpa.

    Our Bumpa. Your love, enthusiasm and positivity for life, your love for family , will be with us forever. We will get better every day. You are our inspiration. You leave an empty space in our hearts. Rest In Peace.

    Love ya, Brendan, Tania, Bradley, Ellie, Pippa, Theo, Andy, Nathan, Alison, Ashleigh, Jayden. xoxo

    Dearly loved father of Jacinta, cherished father in law to Vic and adored Bumpa to Tom. ‘A life well lived full of love, laughter, positivity, selflessness, and sheer determination to the very end. Forever in our hearts.’ Love Cinta, Vic and Tom.

    Now In God’s Loving Care

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    • Trish McQuilton  July 14, 2021

      My sympathies go to you Pat and your extended family, 64 years together how great. Now together with Paul.
      Trish McQuilton and family

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  2. Valerie Lord  July 14, 2021

    Our sympathies to you Pat and all the family…… I have wonderful memories growing up in Sandy Creek with all of you. Toora Loora Loora ……….Val Lord

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  3. Chris Williams  July 14, 2021

    My condolences to aunty pat and family i have so many wonderful memories of uncle reg Rest In P eace

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  4. Carmel williams  July 14, 2021

    Deepest sympathy to my dear sister pat and family I have such lovely memories of reg over many years may he now have eternal peace love and prayers from tiny

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  5. Suzanne Carey  July 14, 2021

    For 10 years we had the most wonderful neighbours anyone could wish for. It took only a few days, we weren’t even unpacked, and having a few friends for Christmas breakfast, when Santa arrived!!! And Santa attended our breakfasts for the next 9 years. A friendship so strong my (late) husband put a gate in our side fence and if he ever disappeared I knew exactly where to find him – having a beer with Reg on the back lawn. Such a strong man with a gentle soul, I will miss you always Reg, and our girls will miss you and our German son Christian will miss you. Rest in Peace darling man. You and Pat gave us 10 of the most wonderful years of neighbourly love and friendship which has continued on for the last 20 years. Dearest Pat, may you find comfort in the love of family and friends at this difficult time. All our love to all Reg’s family. Kevin(dec) & Suzanne Carey, Katherine and Stephen Armati, and Rebecca and Sean Hay, and Christian Schmid.

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  6. Liz Ohalloran  July 15, 2021

    To Patsy Jacinta Vic and Tom.
    Devoted husband father and Bumpa. I know how much you will miss him. And I will certainly miss the stories!
    Love to you all. Liz and Jamie xxx

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  7. Reg I'Anson  July 16, 2021

    To Dear Pat and the I’Anson Family , Deepest Sympathy to you all ,Our thoughts are with you . Yvonne Jacob and Family.

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  8. Ben Pargeter  July 16, 2021

    Always the life of the party especially with the kids! Fond memories of days at The farm burling around in the subie with the dog, hidden freddo frogs and laughter.
    Bumpa, you have left an incredible legacy and have been an amazing role model to me and my family. May you Rest In Peace and Thankyou- you will be missed x

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  9. Angela Collins  July 16, 2021

    To Dear Pat & Family , such wonderful stories of life at Sandy Creek and the stolen quinces & limes . Our mother Bernadette O’Neill – Collins would speak with such warmth about Reg and his shenanigans . During our childhood there were always good times with the I’ Anson & O’Neill families . Thank you Reg for your infections laughter and larger than life personality . Pat we send all our love . The Collins Family Wodonga

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  10. Bernadette M Richardson  July 19, 2021

    I’ANSON
    Reginald John( Reg)
    10.12.1929 – 9.7.2021

    Sending much love and our deepest sympathy to all of the I’Anson family, especially dear Pat, Brendan, Matthew, Loretta, Jacinta, Deb, Amy and Adam, Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. Reg was a wonderful man of whom we will all have very fond memories. May he rest in peace.
    Bernadette and David Richardson & extended families.XXXX

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