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DALTON Ronald John 20/04/1952 - 03/02/19 Aged 66 Loved son of James and Audrey, brother of Geoff (dec.) and Nola. Cherished husband of Sue for 41 years, devoted father of Luke and Renee and father-in-law of their partners Hannah and Josh. Most precious Poppy of Jordy, Bella and Mya; and Emily. What can I say, what an amazing journey. Thank you for 41 incredible years together. We did it all, our home, our kids, our super beautiful grand kids. Your job you loved so much, you never complained no matter when a call came, because more than your customers the wonderful people of Koroit were your friends. It was your last few years that have left the major impact, the way you tackled your long, hard fight to survive with such strength and good humour (although, your own humour which we really couldn't repeat to others). The legacy you have left us with is never give up, put up the hard fight, and stay positive. That is just what me and your beautiful Banjo will do. In our hearts forever - Sue and your faithful little mate Banjo. Dad, Words cannot describe how we feel. We are grateful for the time we got to spend together and that you got to meet Emily. We will always love and miss you - Luke, Hannah and Emily. We love you Your fight was long, you gave it your all, Thanks for the time we shared, Thanks for all the good times and the bad, Thanks for all the love you gave, Thanks for all the laughs you made, Thanks for all of your support, Thanks for being a great Poppy, But above all, thanks for being my Dad. - Renee and Josh. Hi Poppy, it's me, your grandson Jordy. It has been amazing spending lots of time with you. I will always love you to the moon and back. I'm sorry this day had to come, I will love you with all my heart - Love from your favourite grandson. I Love you Poppy, you are the best Poppy. - Love Bella. Dear Poppy, you are the best Poppy in the whole world. - Love Mya.
Published in The Warrnambool Standard from Feb. 5 to Feb. 6, 2019
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